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Psychopathological and hormonal mainfestations of alcoholic intoxication and emotional stress in monkeys

  • S. K. Chirkova
  • A. M. Chirkov
  • I. S. Voit
  • G. V. Katsiya
  • V. P. Poshivalov
Pharmacology
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Key Words

alcohol emotional sress catecholamines cortisol testosterone 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. K. Chirkova
  • A. M. Chirkov
  • I. S. Voit
  • G. V. Katsiya
  • V. P. Poshivalov

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