Classical nictitating membrane conditioning in the awake, normal, restrained cat.

Abstract

Present knowledge of its central nervous system makes the cat a desirable subject for studies of brain-behavior relationships. Response frequencies and latency characteristics in conditioning and control groups indicate that the response of the nictitating membrane can be classically conditioned in a new restraint system in which detailed brain and behavior measures can be easily obtained.

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@article{Patterson1977ClassicalNM, title={Classical nictitating membrane conditioning in the awake, normal, restrained cat.}, author={Mary M. Patterson and Judith Ol{\'a}h and J. Joseph Clement}, journal={Science}, year={1977}, volume={196 4294}, pages={1124-6} }