Animal Models in Psychiatry, I
The wealth of material presented in Animal Models in Psychiatry has necessitated its expansion into a comprehensive, two-volume work.
This initial volume opens with an introductory chapter on criteria for assessing the validity of animal models in psychiatry, providing a framework in which to evaluate subsequent chapters in both volumes. Chapters are devoted to specific psychiatric disorders, along with various procedures that have been proposed as potential animal models for understanding their etiology and management.
Contributors are renowned experts in their respective fields, and bring to light new insight into several animal models including:
* parallels to schizophrenia
* hippocampal lesions and schizophrenia
* stimulant psychoses * hallucinations and continuous stimulants * mania * tardive dyskinesia * activity anorexia * attention deficit * neuroleptic-induced oral dyskinesias.
Everyone involved in psychiatric research, general neuroscience, and a host of other disciplines will find Boulton, Baker, and Martin-Iverson's timely new volume an indispensable resource for both office and laboratory.
- 1991 Humana Press, Totowa, NJ
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