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Caffeine, Priming, and Tip of the Tongue
Correction to Lindquist and Brown (2004)
Personality and Emotion
Tolerance to Amphetamine Hypophagia
Intraventricular Insulin and Leptin Reverse Place Preference Conditioned With High-Fat Diet in Rats
Temperament in the Rat
Circadian Phase Alteration by GABA and Light Differs in Diurnal and Nocturnal Rodents During the Day
D-Cycloserine and the Facilitation of Extinction of Conditioned Fear
The Role of Claustrum in Pavlovian Heart Rate Conditioning in the Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
One-Trial Odor-Reward Association
Effects of Hippocampus and Medial Caudate Nucleus Lesions on Memory for Direction Information in Rats
Selective Lesioning of the Cholinergic Septo-Hippocampal Pathway Does Not Disrupt Spatial Short-Term Memory
Retrograde Amnesia Induced by Drugs Acting on Different Molecular Systems
Evidence of a Time-Dependent Long-Term Stage of Memory for a Spatial Learning Task in the Chick (Gallus gallus)
The Control of Feather Pecking by Serotonin
Sexual Dimorphism and the NMDA Receptor in Alloparental Behavior in Juvenile Prairie Voles (Microtus ochrogaster)
Early and Later Adoptions Differently Modify Mother-Pup Interactions
Hemispheric Specialization in the Primary Auditory Area of Awake and Anesthetized Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris)
Brain Pathways and Behavioral Responses to Weak Electric Fields in Parasitic Sea Lampreys (Petromyzon marinus)
Peptide Effects on Social Behavior
Comparison of Operant Escape and Innate Reflex Responses to Nociceptive Skin Temperatures Produced by Heat and Cold Stimulation of Rats
Adenoviral Vector-Mediated Rescue of the OMP-Null Behavioral Phenotype
A Comparison of GluR-A-Deficient and Wild-Type Mice on a Test Battery Assessing Sensorimotor, Affective, and Cognitive Behaviors
Role of Cyclic GMP in Nitrous-Oxide-Induced Anxiolytic-Like Behavior in the Mouse Light-Dark Exploration Test
The Behavioral Deficit Observed Following Noncontingent Shock in Spinalized Rats Is Prevented by the Protein Synthesis Inhibitor Cycloheximide
Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) Are Predominantly Right-Handed