Rearing rats with mice prevents induction of mouse killing by lesions of the septum but not lesions of the medial hypothalamus or medial accumbens.

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Rats which had been reared with mice and those which had not were subjected to lesions of the septum, medial accumbens, medial hypothalamus, or sham lesions. Forty-eight hours later all animals were presented with a mouse and the frequency of mouse killing recorded. In rats with lesions of the septum, the lesions induced killing only in those animals which… (More)

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@article{Albert1984RearingRW, title={Rearing rats with mice prevents induction of mouse killing by lesions of the septum but not lesions of the medial hypothalamus or medial accumbens.}, author={David J. Albert and Maeve L Walsh and Ronda L White}, journal={Physiology & behavior}, year={1984}, volume={32 1}, pages={143-5} }