Isolation and intermittent oscillation produced distinct effects on the subsequent stereotypic response to apomorphine in rats. These effects also differed from the effects of intermittent apomorphine and chronic haloperidol pre-treatment. Varying the frequency of oscillation stress changed the magnitude but not the type of the effect. Thus, different types of stress may effect the dopaminergic neurochemical system uniquely.
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