Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction: 1. Behavioural models in
psychopharmacology P. Willner
Part II. Models of Anxiety: 2. Animal models of
anxiety S. Green and H. Hodges
3. Screening for anxiolytic drugs D. N.
Stephens and J. S. Andrews
4. Animal models of anxiety: a clinical
perspective M. Lader
Part III. Models of Depression: 5. Animals
models of depression P. Willner
6. Screening for new antidepressant compounds
7. The clinical relevance of animal models of
depression J. F. W. Deakin
Part IV. Models of Eating Disorders: 8. Animal
models of eating disorders A. M. J. Montgomery
9. Screening methods for anorectic,
anti-obesity and orectic agents J. Sepinwall
and A. C. Sullivan
10. Animals models of eating disorders: a
clinical perspective D. V. Coscina and P. E.
Part V. Models of Mania and Schizophrenia: 11.
12. Pharmacological evaluation of new
antipsychotic drugs S. Ahlenius
13. Animal models of schizophrenia and mania:
clinical perspectives J. Cookson
Part VI. Models of Dementia: 14. Animal models
of Alzheimer's disease and dementia (with an
emphasis on cortical cholinergic systems) S. B.
Dunnett and T. M. Barth
15. Strategies for drug development in the
treatment of dementia J. D. Salamons
16. Dementia: the role of behavioural models H.
Part VII. Models of Drug Abuse and Drug
Dependence: 17. Animal models of drug abuse and
dependence A. J. Goudies
18. Screening for abuse and dependence
liabilities D. J. Sanger
19. The relevance of behavioural models of drug
abuse and dependence liabilities to the
understanding of drug misuse in humans R.