The scopolamine-reversal paradigm in rats and monkeys: The importance of computer-assisted operant-conditioning memory tasks for screening drug candidates

Jerry J. Buccafusco, Alvin V. Terry, Scott J. Webster, Daniel Martin, Elizabeth J. Hohnadel, Kristy A. Bouchard, Samantha E. Warner

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