Social interaction and conditional self-discrimination under effects of methylphenidate in norvegicus rats
"Conditional self-discrimination capability was studied in 24 four weeks old subjects Rattus norvegicus. They were assigned to three different conditions of social interaction (isolation, living in pairs, and groups of four subjects). Subjects were trained under two programs of operant conditio...
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