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The Role of the Basal Ganglia in Organizing Behavior
gested by Pavlov, that the acquired conditioned reflex is a complex physiological and psychological manifestation, including mechanisms of sensory analysis, directed attention, activation of pastExpand
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Corticostriatal mechanisms of behavior
This article presents the results of three series of experiments on cats, dogs, and lower primates, performed to investigate the structural, neurophysiological, and mediator mechanisms of theExpand
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[The neostriatum and instrumental behavior].
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[Role of the amygdala in the evaluation of the biological significance of conditioned stimuli].
Lesions of the amygdala in cats and dogs prevent some animals to respond adequately to signals of different biological significance; the amplitudes and probabilities of EPs appearance in theExpand
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[General questions of the functioning of the basal ganglia].
  • N. F. Suvorov
  • Medicine
  • Fiziologicheskii zhurnal imeni I.M. Sechenova
  • 1994
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Role of the caudate nucleus in performance of the conditioned reactions connected with sound localization.
The instrumental differentiation of left-right positions of sound-conditioned stimuli (series of clicks under dichotic stimulation) in 8 dogs was examined before and after the bilateral electrolyticExpand
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[Inhibiting and facilitating influences from the caudate nucleus on alimentary conditioned reflexes].
Alimentary conditioned reflexes were studied in dogs during electrical stimulation of different zones of the caudate nucleus head with a 80 to 100 microampere current, of 5 c/s frequency and 0.5 msecExpand
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Participation of glutamatergic and dopaminergic systems of the neostriatum in the organization of alimentary conditioned reflexes
In this study the results of behavioral, neurophysiological, and morphological investigations in relation to the participation of the corticostriatonigral system in the organization of conditionedExpand
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Striato-nigro-thalamic mechanisms in the organization of behavior
experiments have shown that anodic polarization of the sensorimotor and orbital cortex and thalamus temporarily switches off the functions of these structures, leading to a disturbance in conditionedExpand
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