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Conditioned increase of locomotor activity induced by haloperidol
Dopamine antagonist drugs have profound effects on locomotor activity. In particular, the administration of the D2 antagonist haloperidol produces a state that is similar to catalepsy. In order to confirm whether the modulation of the dopaminergic activity produced by haloperidol can act as an unconditioned stimulus, we carried out two experiments in which the administration of haloperidol was repeatedly paired with the presence of distinctive contextual cues that served as a Conditioneddoi:10.1101/353912 fatcat:qbtwzjukc5gzhdgxsbxpauzuee