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“…The drug lacks antagonism of reserpine-induced behavioral changes (a standard test for antidepressant ac-ti~ity).,~ Furthermore, trazodone does not inhibit monoamine ~xidase.~,, 33 As a measure of potential antianxiety activity, trazodone effectively inhibits foot shock-induced fighting behavior in the mouse at low doses (less than those that produce motor incoordination).20 Aggressive response of rhesus monkeys to pole prodding was attenuated by trazodone at low doses also.2o These tests may suggest a two-fold pharmacological activity, namely antianxiety and attenuation in the perception of psychologically painful stimuli. The latter may explain the positive activity that trazodone has shown in classical analgesic test systems.20 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 5, SEPTEMBER/~CTOBER 1982 Trazodone and the neuroleptics share a large number of proper tie^.^^ 32,34,35 They inhibit the avoidance-conditioned response at doses that do not alter unconditioned response. They protect against amphetamine-induced toxicity in mice, and they have an ability to reduce response to painful stimuli.…”
Section: Behavioral Effectsmentioning
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“…The drug lacks antagonism of reserpine-induced behavioral changes (a standard test for antidepressant ac-ti~ity).,~ Furthermore, trazodone does not inhibit monoamine ~xidase.~,, 33 As a measure of potential antianxiety activity, trazodone effectively inhibits foot shock-induced fighting behavior in the mouse at low doses (less than those that produce motor incoordination).20 Aggressive response of rhesus monkeys to pole prodding was attenuated by trazodone at low doses also.2o These tests may suggest a two-fold pharmacological activity, namely antianxiety and attenuation in the perception of psychologically painful stimuli. The latter may explain the positive activity that trazodone has shown in classical analgesic test systems.20 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 5, SEPTEMBER/~CTOBER 1982 Trazodone and the neuroleptics share a large number of proper tie^.^^ 32,34,35 They inhibit the avoidance-conditioned response at doses that do not alter unconditioned response. They protect against amphetamine-induced toxicity in mice, and they have an ability to reduce response to painful stimuli.…”
Section: Behavioral Effectsmentioning