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Physiological and behavioral effects of infantile stimulation
Abstract Male Purdue-Wistar rats were handled for 20 days in infancy or were not disturbed (total N = 312). In adulthood these animals were subdivided and tested in the open field for 1, 2, 3, or 4Expand
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Estradiol facilitates performance as working memory load increases
A water-escape version of the radial-arm maze was used to assess rat spatial working memory performance. Intact females and ovariectomized females receiving a physiologically low dose,Expand
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Distinguishing whether dopamine regulates liking, wanting, and/or learning about rewards.
To determine whether dopamine regulates liking, wanting, and/or learning about rewards during goal-directed behavior, the authors tested genetically engineered dopamine-deficient (DD) mice forExpand
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CRITICAL PERIODS, STIMULUS INPUT, AND EMOTIONAL REACTIVITY: A THEORY OF INFANTILE STIMULATION.
  • V. Denenberg
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological review
  • 1 September 1964
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Rabbit: Frequency of Suckling in the Pup
Rabbit does were given free access to their young, access once a day, and access twice a day. In all three groups the young were nursed only once every 24 hours. Growth curves for the pups from day 2Expand
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OPEN‐FIELD BEHAVIOR IN THE RAT: WHAT DOES IT MEAN? *
  • V. Denenberg
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 July 1969
The rationale underlying the use of the open-field test is roughly as follows. Many mammals, when exposed to strange or noxious stimuli, will typically “freeze.” Freezing appears to have adaptativeExpand
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Hemispheric laterality in animals and the effects of early experience
A review of research with chicks, songbirds, rodents, and nonhuman primates indicates that the brain is lateralized for a number of behavioral functions. These findings can be understood in terms ofExpand
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In two species, females exhibit superior working memory and inferior reference memory on the water radial-arm maze
Male and female mice and rats were tested on a water escape version of the radial-arm maze designed to measure working and reference memory. In both species, females exhibited superior working memoryExpand
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A factor analysis of the human's corpus callosum
We have recently developed a computer program for measuring midsagittal sections of the human corpus callosum, similar to one used for the rat. Callosal area, perimeter, axis length, and 99 widthsExpand
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Altered Activity, Social Behavior, and Spatial Memory in Mice Lacking the NTAN1p Amidase and the Asparagine Branch of the N-End Rule Pathway
ABSTRACT The N-end rule relates the in vivo half-life of a protein to the identity of its N-terminal residue. N-terminal asparagine and glutamine are tertiary destabilizing residues, in that they areExpand
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