DRUG EFFECTS IN COMPLEX BEHAVIORAL REPERTOIRES IN MONKEYS, BABOONS, AND MAN
Semi-annual rept. for 1 Oct 1963-31 Mar 1964
INSTITUTE FOR BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH INC SILVER SPRING MD
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Complex behavioral performances in monkeys, baboons, and man are described important variables in determining the acquisition and maintenance of these behaviors are discussed. The behaviors include two different counting routines with the animals, and a matching-to-sample problemsolving task with humans. The effects of a tranquilizing drug, chlorpromazine, upon counting and matching-to-sample are presented. Graphs and photographs are included.
- Medicine and Medical Research