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Brunaud M, Siou G. 
“Action de substances psychotropes, chez le rat, sur un un état d'agressivité provoquée. ”. 
Neuro-Psychopharmacology. 1959;p282.
If 2 rats are exposed to electric shocks they take up an aggressive attitude to each other. "Tranquilizing" or "stimulating" drugs are administered to study the diminution or reinforcement on the excitability of the animals. . Among the stimulating agents examined, the following substances prolong the duration of the aggressiveness in the test 2-10 fold: LSD (25-100 mcg/kg). cocaine (5 mg/kg), pervitin (2 mg/kg), pipranol (7.5 mg/kg) and benzedrine (5 mg/kg).
Notes # : Proceedings of the 1st International Congress of Neuro-Psychopharmacology, Rome, September 1958
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