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Lesions of the cerebral cortex near the midline in the frontal region appearing to destroy most of the cingulate cortex and adjacent prefrontal areas had profound effects on male rat sexual behavior. At the first postoperative tests, one week after the lesion, the mount and intromission latencies were extremely long (> 60 min). They continued elevated at(More)
The purpose of the present experiments was to investigate the effects of modified catecholaminergic neurotransmission upon sexual behavior in inexperienced males. Such males are critically dependent on stimuli from the female in order to initiate sexual behavior, and catecholamines are known to modulate interactions with environmental stimuli. It was found(More)
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