Amygdaloid self-stimulation: a movable electrode mapping study.

@article{Kane1991AmygdaloidSA,
  title={Amygdaloid self-stimulation: a movable electrode mapping study.},
  author={F R Kane and Denis Coulombe and E Miliaressis},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1991},
  volume={105 6},
  pages={926-32}
}
The distribution of electrical self-stimulation foci within the amygdala (AMY) was mapped using movable electrodes in rats. Each barpress delivered a 0.4-s train of cathodal rectangular pulses of fixed intensity and duration and variable frequency. The rate-frequency function was recorded for successive dorsoventral sites. Self-stimulation was found… CONTINUE READING