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Reconsideration of the central nervous system pharmacology of amphetamine. I. Toxicity in grouped and isolated mice.
Pharmacological approach to functional reorganization: the role of norepinephrine.
Amphetamines and related drugs in motor recovery after stroke.
Amphetamine-facilitated poststroke recovery.
PANEL DISCUSSION. 3. THE FUTURE OF TRANQUILIZER RESEARCH AND THE THERAPY OF ANXIETY. ASSAY OF ANTI-ANXIETY DRUGS BY QUANTITATIVE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY.
Amphetamine trials and tribulations.
TIME-SERIES, FREQUENCY ANALYSIS, AND ELECTROGENESIS OF THE EEGS OF NORMALS AND PSYCHOTICS BEFORE AND AFTER DRUGS.
Poststroke treatment: lost in translation.
Acute unilateral sensorimotor cortex injury in the rat blocks d-amphetamine induced norepinephrine release in cerebellum.
Post-lesion practice and amphetamine-facilitated recovery of beam-walking in the rat.
Influence of lesion size and location on amphetamine-facilitated recovery of beam-walking in rats.
Psychoactive drug-induced changes of interhemispheric EEG amplitude relationships.
An EEG study of the relationships between brain structures in rabbits under ethanol and d-amphetamine.
Influence of adrenergic blocking drugs upon the EEG analeptic effect of d1-amphetamine in conscious unrestrained rabbits.
Quantitative comparisons of the electroencephalographic stimulant effects of deanol, choline, and amphetamine.
Effect of Dextroamphetamine on Poststroke Motor Recovery: A Randomized Clinical Trial.