Knut Larsson

Psychology University of Göteborg, Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, Sweden 
Neuroanatomy, Sexual Behavior
"Knut Larsson"
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Larsson K. (2010) Spreading cortical depression and the mating behaviour in male and female rats Zeitschrift FüR Tierpsychologie. 19: 321-331
Larsson K. (2010) Effects of Enforced Intervals on the Mating Behaviour of Rats of different Ages1 Zeitschrift FüR Tierpsychologie. 17: 547-551
Larsson K. (2010) Effects of Prolonged Postejaculatory Intervals in the Mating Behaviour of the Male Rat1 Zeitschrift FüR Tierpsychologie. 16: 628-632
Rodríguez-Manzo G, Pellicer F, Larsson K, et al. (2000) Stimulation of the medical preoptic area facilitates sexual behavior but does not reverse sexual satiation. Behavioral Neuroscience. 114: 553-60
Ahlenius S, Larsson K. (2000) Stimulation of Ejaculatory Behaviour by the 5‐HT1B Receptor Antagonist Isamoltane in Citalopram‐pretreated Male Rats Pharmacy and Pharmacology Communications. 6: 317-320
Ahlenius S, Larsson K. (1999) Synergistic actions of the 5-HT(1A) receptor antagonist WAY-100635 and citalopram on male rat ejaculatory behavior European Journal of Pharmacology. 379: 1-6
Larsson K, Ahlenius S. (1999) Brain and sexual behavior Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 877: 292-308
Matuszczyk JV, Larsson K, Eriksson E. (1998) Subchronic administration of fluoxetine impairs estrous behavior in intact female rats Neuropsychopharmacology. 19: 492-498
Ahlenius S, Larsson K. (1998) Evidence for an involvement of 5-HT(1B) receptors in the inhibition of male rat ejaculatory behavior produced by 5-HTP Psychopharmacology. 137: 374-382
Matuszcyk JV, Larsson K, Eriksson E. (1998) The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor fluoxetine reduces sexual motivation in male rats Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior. 60: 527-532
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