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Amygdaloid D1 dopamine receptor involvement in Pavlovian fear conditioning
Amygdala central nucleus lesions: Effect on heart rate conditioning in the rabbit
Amygdaloid and basal forebrain direct connections with the nucleus of the solitary tract and the dorsal motor nucleus
- J. Schwaber, B. Kapp, G. Higgins, P. Rapp
- BiologyThe Journal of neuroscience : the official…
- 1 October 1982
The existence of such an extensive projection system connecting these specific regions is significant evidence in support to its potential for participation in the amygdaloid expression of cardiovascular influences and has important implications for the cellular analysis of the functional role of these influences.
Autonomic and somatomotor effects of amygdala central N. stimulation in awake rabbits
Electrophysiological characteristics of amygdaloid central nucleus neurons during Pavlovian fear conditioning in the rabbit
The effects of intra-amygdaloid infusions of a D2 dopamine receptor antagonist on Pavlovian fear conditioning.
The results suggest that amygdaloid dopamine transmission at D2 receptors contributes to the formation and/or consolidation of fear memories.
Amygdaloid contributions to conditioned arousal and sensory information processing.
An electrophysiological characterization of ventral tegmental area dopaminergic neurons during differential pavlovian fear conditioning in the awake rabbit
Effects of electrical stimulation of the amygdaloid central nucleus on neocortical arousal in the rabbit.
The results suggest that the ACe influences neocortical arousal, which may be mediated by its influence on the activity of cholinergic neurons of the nucleus basalis.