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Peripubertal stress of male, but not female rats increases morphine‐induced conditioned place preference and locomotion in adulthood
Wang Dong‐Mei; Zhang JJ; Huang Yan‐Bei; Zhao Yin‐Zhu; Sui Nan
First AuthorWang Dong‐Mei
2019
Source PublicationDevelopmental Psychobiology
Pages1–10
Indexed BySCI
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/29082
Collection健康与遗传心理学研究室
Corresponding AuthorSui Nan
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Wang Dong‐Mei,Zhang JJ,Huang Yan‐Bei,等. Peripubertal stress of male, but not female rats increases morphine‐induced conditioned place preference and locomotion in adulthood[J]. Developmental Psychobiology,2019:1–10.
APA Wang Dong‐Mei,Zhang JJ,Huang Yan‐Bei,Zhao Yin‐Zhu,&Sui Nan.(2019).Peripubertal stress of male, but not female rats increases morphine‐induced conditioned place preference and locomotion in adulthood.Developmental Psychobiology,1–10.
MLA Wang Dong‐Mei,et al."Peripubertal stress of male, but not female rats increases morphine‐induced conditioned place preference and locomotion in adulthood".Developmental Psychobiology (2019):1–10.
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