C Téllez-Villagra

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Passive avoidance conditioning (PAC) seems to depend on inhibitory actions within the caudate nucleus (CN). Thus topical application of strychnine could block these influences. In cats, with permanently implanted cannulae in the head of the CN, bilateral microinjections of 100 micrograms of strychnine produced a stereotyped behavior of grooming and running(More)
To establish the relevancy of motor feedback in the evolution of evoked potentials during conditioning, recordings were made from the Caudate Nucleus (CN), the Lateral Geniculate Body (LGB), the Mesencephalic Reticular Formation (MRF), the Occipital Cortex (OC) and the Cerebellar Cortex (Cer. C) in immobilized and non-immobilized cats before and during(More)
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