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Frontal cortex lesions modify the cataleptogenic properties of haloperidol but not of clozapine

  • George E. Jaskiw
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    From the Psychobiology Dept., case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA

    the Brecksville Veterans Administration Medical Center, Brecksville, OH, USA.
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  • Ghazala Hussain
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    From the Psychobiology Dept., case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA

    the Brecksville Veterans Administration Medical Center, Brecksville, OH, USA.
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  • Herbert Y. Meltzer
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    From the Psychobiology Dept., case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA

    the Brecksville Veterans Administration Medical Center, Brecksville, OH, USA.
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