Cholinergic modulation of a decrement in social investigation following repeated contacts between mice

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Social recognition has been inferred from a decline in olfactory investigation of conspecific intruders during repeated or protracted confrontation with a resident rat. A stimulus-response relationship defined by lack of response remains somewhat ambiguous. Since it is likely that behavior continues to be emitted by the resident animal, how behavior… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02245626

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@article{Winslow1995CholinergicMO, title={Cholinergic modulation of a decrement in social investigation following repeated contacts between mice}, author={James Tripp Winslow and F. Camacho}, journal={Psychopharmacology}, year={1995}, volume={121}, pages={164-172} }