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Psychopharmacology of animal behavior disorders
edited by Nicholas H. Dodma, Louis Shuster.
 
Location
   
Online
       
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks SF756.84 .P79 1998 (Browse Shelf) Available
  Stacks SF756.84 .P79 1998 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 063204358X
  • OCLC Number: 37373524
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

8. Pharmacologic Treatment of Compulsive Disorder / U. A. Luescher -- 9. Self-Injurious Behavior and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Domestic Animals / Karen L. Overall -- 10. Progestins: Indications for Male-Typical Problem Behaviors / Benjamin L. Hart and Robert A. Eckstein -- 11. Pharmacologic Approaches to Urine-Marking in Cats / Robert A. Eckstein and Benjamin L. Hart -- 12. Geriatric Behavior Problems / Nicholas H. Dodman -- 13. Canine Cognitive Dysfunction / William W. Ruehl and Benjamin L. Hart -- App. Evaluation of Clinical Traits in Behavioral Pharmacology / Benjamin L. Hart and Kelly D. Cliff.Introduction: Steps Toward a Comparative Clinical Psychopharmacology / Dan J. Stein -- 1. Neurochemical Bases of Aggression / Klaus A. Miczek and Berend Oliver -- 2. Pharmacologic Treatment of Aggression in Veterinary Patients / Nicholas H. Dodman -- 3. Systemic Causes of Aggression and Their Treatment / Linda P. Aronson -- 4. Fear and Anxiety: Mechanisms, Models, and Molecules / Berend Oliver and Klaus A. Miczek -- 5. Pharmacologic Treatment of Fear and Anxiety in Animals / Petra A. Mertens and Nicholas H. Dodman -- 6. Pharmacologic Treatment of Phobias / Steven B. Thompson -- 7. Basic Mechanisms of Compulsive and Self-Injurious Behavior / Louis Shuster and Nicholas H. Dodman --
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