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METHYLENEDIOXY-AMPHETAMINE HALLUCINOGENIC SERIES OF COMPOUND (I). CONDITIONED BEHAVIOR AND ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC TEST METHODS (II)
CALIFORNIA UNIV LOS ANGELES
Approximately 10 grams of each of the salts of four 3.4-Methylenedioxy-amphetamine derivatives were submitted for further testing in animals and possible evaluation of their relative hallucinogenic activities in man. No organized report as to work progress on these compounds is yet available. The behavioral studies involving avoidance-escape training in Swiss Albino mice has been completed. All six test compounds have been injected into at least five mice in at least two dose levels. The effect of the drugs on the extinction of the conditioned response in relationship to a control group receiving isotonic saline is presented. Work on the EEG test methods during this past six months has consisted largely of the construction of an eight channel frequency analyzer. Details of this instrument are presented in the body of this report. Author
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