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Changes in Individual and Social Behavior Induced by Amphetamine and Related Compounds in Monkeys and Man

  • Erik Schiørring
Part of the Advances in Behavioral Biology book series (ABBI, volume 21)

Abstract

Ever since Edeleano (1887) made the first synthesis of phenyl-substituted aliphatic amines, this type of compound has been an object of research. Stern (1889) initially showed that beta-tetrahydronaphtylamine caused a motoric unrest in rabbits, and Airila (1913) supported this finding in the same species with ephedrine, which later was used to treat narcolepsy by Janota (1931). Alles (1933) demonstrated that beta-phenylisopropylamine sulphate is antagonistic to hypnotics. The introduction of Benzedrine in therapy (Prinzmetal and Bloomberg, 1935) made this group of amines the object of a closer study in humans because of its peculiar effects on the central nervous system. The psychiatric literature of 1936 and 1937 contained several articles on the use of Benzedrine, both in psychotic and non-psychotic persons (Donley, 1937).

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Social Behavior Government Printing Social Withdrawal Vervet Monkey Central Stimulant 
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  • Erik Schiørring
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  1. 1.Psychopharmacological Research LaboratorySct. Hans Hospital, Dept. ERoskildeDenmark

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