Fear bradycardia in the eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger, and eastern grey squirrel, S. carolinesis

@article{Smith1984FearBI,
  title={Fear bradycardia in the eastern fox squirrel, Sciurus niger, and eastern grey squirrel, S. carolinesis},
  author={E. Smith and C. E. Johnson},
  journal={Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={78},
  pages={409-411}
}
Abstract 1. 1. Biotelemetry transmitters were surgically implanted in the abdominal cavity of two eastern grey squirrels, Sciurus carolinesis and one eastern fox squirrel, S. niger . Heart rate response to fear was investigated by recording heart rate before, during and after a frightening stimulus. Squirrels were tested in the laboratory and free ranging under natural conditions. 2. 2. Laboratory results showed a mean bradycardia of −25%., in grey squirrels (when they had a box to retreat into… Expand
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