I A Pukhov

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In experiments on immobilized cats in a model of a conditioned reflex with a short delay, sub-convulsive high frequency stimulation of the amygdala (60 c/s) did not produce any prolonged changes in the EEG, the skin-galvanic reaction or heart rate. Such stimulation, however, resulted in a more efficient functioning of memory mechanisms. In experiments with(More)
Analysis of the activity of several brain structures in conditioned neurographic response taken as an analog of conditioned motor reaction was performed on a model of short-delay defensive reflex with unavoidable reinforcement (immobilized cats). It has been shown that the conditioned electrographic signs may appear in the central nervous system both in the(More)
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