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Differential regulation of behavioral, genomic, and neuroendocrine responses by CRF infusions in rats
Studies suggest that behavioral, genomic, and endocrine functions mediated by central corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF)-containing circuits may be differentially regulated. However, thisExpand
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Action decrement and its relation to learning.
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Stimulus context and satiation.
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Memory Storage as a Function of Arousal and Time with Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Lists
Summary This study is one of a series designed to test a general theory of perseverative consolidation. The theory states the expectations that consolidation will be accompanied by a negative biasExpand
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COMPLEXITY AND PREFERENCE IN ANIMALS AND MEN *
Complexity and preference are terms that are relevant to a theory of behavior I presented at the Nebraska Symposium on Motivation several years ago.' The research effort I wish to discuss is based onExpand
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An Anatomy for Conformity
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Response to stimulus complexity in the Rat
An experiment is reported that is relevant to the Dember-Earl (1957) theory of stimulus complexity. Two mazes were constructed. One had four compartments in which the patterns painted on the wallsExpand
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The affiliation motive and perceptual sensitivity to faces.
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