Nadezhda Lagutina

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In 4 baboons and 3 macaques ablation of the frontal pole (area 10) as compared to other areas of the frontal cortex did not impair previously elaborated instrumental reflexes of different complexity and did not interfere with the elaboration of new ones. An increase in stability, speed, accuracy and intensity of conditioned reflexes was noted. The ablation(More)
In cats, stimulation of caudate nuclei, putamen, and globus pallidus revealed a weak reactivity and excitability, low lability, inconstancy, and small alterations of the arterial pressure and heart rate as compared with the hypothalamic effects under similar conditions. These data and juxtaposition of hemodynamics and complex behavior singled out the(More)
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