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Subcortical projections of area MT in the macaque
Area MT is a visuotopically organized area in extrastriate cortex of primates that appears to be specialized for the analysis of visual motion. To examine the full extent and topographic organizationExpand
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Analysis of the delayed-alternation deficit produced by dorsolateral prefrontal lesions in the rhesus monkey.
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Prenatal removal of frontal association cortex in the fetal rhesus monkey: Anatomical and functional consequences in postnatal life
Anatomical and behavioral consequences were examined following bilateral or unilateral resections of the presumptive dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in 4 rhesus monkey fetuses at E102 (102nd embryonicExpand
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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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Visuotopic organization of projections from striate cortex to inferior and lateral pulvinar in rhesus monkey
Anatomical material from two series of monkeys (Macaca mulatta)was used to determine the full extent and visuotopic organization of striate projections to the pulvinar. One series was processed forExpand
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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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Primate drinking system as defined by electrical stimulation of the brain (ESB)
Four rhesus monkeys were examined by ESB for drinking sites in structures that had been previously demonstrated to support drinking behavior. Three yielded a significantly greater proportion ofExpand
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