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A continuous performance test of brain damage.
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Cognitive deficit caused by regional depletion of dopamine in prefrontal cortex of rhesus monkey.
Depletion of dopamine in a circumscribed area of association cortex in rhesus monkeys produces an impairment in spatial delayed alternation performance nearly as severe as that caused by surgicalExpand
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A closed-field intelligence test for rats.
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Localization of function within the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex of the rhesus monkey.
Abstract Although lateral prefrontal lesions in the monkey are known to produce impairments on spatial delayed response and spatial delayed alternation, there is some question as to whether theExpand
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Behavioral effects of selective ablation of the caudate nucleus.
CEREBRAL CORTEX PROJECTS IN A TOPOGRAPHICAL MANNER TO THE CAUDATE NUCLEUS. THE TAIL OF THE CAUDATE NUCLEUS RECEIVES FIBERS FROM THE INFEROTEMPORAL CORTEX; THE VENTROLATERAL PART OF THE HEAD OF THEExpand
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Analysis of the delayed-alternation deficit produced by dorsolateral prefrontal lesions in the rhesus monkey.
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A re-examination of the effects of frontal lesions on object alternation
Abstract Monkeys with lateral prefrontal lesions which spared the ventrolateral cortex relearned object alternation to a level of 80 per cent correct, although others with the same lesion failed toExpand
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Sex-Dependent Behavioral Effects of Cerebral Cortical Lesions in the Developing Rhesus Monkey
Male rhesus monkeys with orbital prefrontal lesions were imtpaired on behavioral tests at 2� months of age whereas similar deficits were not detected in females with comparable lesions until 15 to 18Expand
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Spatial memory impairments following damage to the mediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus in rhesus monkeys
The present study assessed whether the mediodorsal nucleus (MD) of the primate thalamus subserves some of the same learning and memory functions mediated by its prefrontal cortical projection areas.Expand
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