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The effect of morphine administration on the development of conditioned autoanalgesia was investigated in four experiments. Animals were administered either morphine or saline and then either exposed or not exposed to nociceptive stimulation. In Experiments 1, 2, and 4 the nociceptive stimulus to...
Cats and dogs have relatively good sound-localization acuity, and the question arises as to whether this trait is a characteristic of all carnivores or whether is is due to the fact that they have large heads and correspondingly large binaural localization cues available to them. The localization...
Two experiments are reported in which behavioral control by contextual cues was assessed in groups of rats with dorsal hippocampal (HC), neocortical (NC), or operated control (OC) lesions. Following procedure, a Pavlovian conditioning paradigm was followed in which conditioned stimuli (CSs: tone,...
The ability of neonate macaque monkeys to learn to respond to artificial spatial sensory information was studied through the use of compact, head-worn, electronic spatial sonars with audible displays, which translate spatial information into auditory dimensions specifying distance, direction, and...