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Effects of Chlorpromazine in Rats Trained to Discriminate Between 2 and 22 Hr Food Deprivation

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Dobbe, Jennifer E.; Donovan, Bryan A.; Hoida, Emily J.; Franklin, Bethany R.; Gomer, Bailey; Johnson, Amy R.; Michener, M.J.; Nelson, Courtney L.M.; Reed, Krystal A.; Van Asten, Ryan M.; Vargo, Joseph P.
Advisor(s)
Jewett, David C.
Date
Apr 2012
Subject(s)
Chlorpromazine--Side effects; Rats--Training; Discrimination learning; Hunger--Psychological aspects; Posters
Series
USGZE AS589
Abstract
Chlorpromazine, a typical antipsychotic, has been shown to have varying effects on food intake. Chlorpromazine is a dopamine antagonist that blocks several dopamine receptors (including D1 and D2). Previous research indicated chlorpromazine (5.0mg/kg) may affect food intake in two time phases. This study looked at the effects of chlorpromazine in a food-deprivation discrimination paradigm that may serve as an animal model of 'hunger'.
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Color poster with text, graphs, and tables.
Sponsor(s)
University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
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http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1793/61962 
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