Influence of brain stem structures on the formation of the defensive behavior of animals

Abstract

The dependence of the dominant form of the defensive behavior of white male mongrel rats on the functional state of the brain stem inhibitory locomotor system has been studied in chronic experiments. It was established that the electrolytic destruction of the inhibitory zones of the cuneate nucleus of the midbrain, the medial parabrachial nucleus, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01182887

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