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The purpose of this paper is to discuss so me of the stimulus functions of narcotic antagonists and to provide examples of situations in which these behavioral effects are modulated by pharmacological and behavioral conditions. 1 Supported by Public Health Service Grants DA 00154, DA 00254, and GM 00198. 45 James H. Woods et al. , naloxone, can elicit a number of responses. The set of responses known as the morphine abstinence syndrome includes piloerection, emesis, diarrhea, rhinorrhea, miosis, and hyperreflexia (27).
Behavioral Pharmacology: The Current Status by Bernard Weiss (auth.), Bernard Weiss, Victor G. Laties (eds.)