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Olfactory-guided orientation in neonatal rats is enhanced by a conditioned change in behavioral state.
In Experiment 1, 3-6-day-old rats were simultaneously exposed to an unfamiliar odor which they will normally avoid (orange extract) and the odor of maternal saliva, or to either orange alone orExpand
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Reinforcers in infancy: classical conditioning using stroking or intra-oral infusions of milk as UCS.
Six-day-old rats received 20 forward pairings of an odor-conditioned stimulus (CS) with one of two unconditioned stimuli (UCS); 1) intra-oral milk infusions or 2) stroking with a sable-hair brush.Expand
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Huddling and independent feeding of neonatal rats can be facilitated by a conditioned change in behavioral state.
Infant rat pups were exposed to a novel odor (orange or cedar) while they received tactile stimulation (stroking of the body) or were presented with odor or stroking alone. The effects of theseExpand
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Shadow effects on a series-parallel array of solar cells
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Paleocene Caudata and Squamata from Gidley and Silberling Quarries, Montana
ABSTRACT Late-early Paleocene (Torrejonian) salamanders and lizards from the Gidley and Silberling quarries comprise a rather small but relatively diverse assemblage. Salamanders include theExpand
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CHROMOSOMAL, GENIC, AND MORPHOLOGIC VARIATION IN THE AGILE KANGAROO RAT, DIPODOMYS AGILIS (RODENTIA: HETEROMYIDAE)
Chromosomal, genic, and morphologic variation was examined among populations of Dipodomys agilis from southern California and Baja California, including populations previ- ously recognized as D.Expand
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The role of intraoral and gastrointestinal cues in the control of sucking and milk consumption in rat pups.
Nutritive deprivation, suckling deprivation, gastronintestinal fill, and milk availability contribute to the control of sucking (as measured by jaw-muscle electromyograph) and ingestion of milkExpand
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Short- and long-term effects of various milk-delivery contingencies on sucking and nipple attachment in rat pups.
Varied milk delivery contingencies differentially affect sucking in rat pups as measured by jaw-muscle electromyographic activity. In Experiment I we found that 11-13-day-old pups sucked moreExpand
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The Oregon Report Basic Technology
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Computer technology will continue to advance, and the capabilities we need will exist in VLSI. Expand
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TYRAMINE TEST FOR PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA IN THYROTOXICOSIS.
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