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Dopamine (DA) is known to modulate cognitive functions of the prefrontal cortex (PFC) of mammals, especially via D1 receptor mechanisms. Like the PFC, the neostriatum caudolaterale (NCL) of birds is characterized by dopaminergic input, and NLC and PFC lesions cause similar deficits. The significance of DA in a color discrimination reversal was assessed by(More)
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