Contingency Awareness and Fear Inhibition in a Human Fear-Potentiated Startle Paradigm
Primes and Targets in Rapid Chases : Tracing Sequential Waves of Motor Activation
Early Maternal Rejection Affects the Development of Monoaminergic Systems and Adult Abusive Parenting in Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)
Sex and Handedness Effects on Corpus Callosum Morphology in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
Prefrontal Control of Trace Versus Delay Eyeblink Conditioning : Role of the Unconditioned Stimulus in Rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
Evolution of Cerebral Cortex Involvement in the Acquisition of Associative Learning
The Ontogeny of Interstimulus Interval (ISI) Discrimination of the Conditioned Eyeblink Response in Rats
NMDA Receptor Antagonism Impairs Reversal Learning in Developing Rats
Differential Responsiveness to Fluoxetine During Puberty
Microinfusions of Neurotensin Antagonist SR 48692 Within the Nucleus Accumbens Core Impair Spatial Learning in Rats
Intra-Ventral Pallidal Glutamate Antagonists Block Expression of Morphine-Induced Place Preference
Spatial Location Is Critical for Conditioning Place Preference With Visual but Not Tactile Stimuli
Reduced Hedonic Behavior and Altered Cardiovascular Function Induced by Mild Sodium Depletion in Rats
Conditioning Following Repeated Exposure to MDMA in Rats : Role in the Maintenance of MDMA Self-Administration
Effects of Dorsal and Ventral Vertical Lobe Electrolytic Lesions on Spatial Learning and Locomotor Activity in Sepia officinalis
D-Cycloserine Facilitates Extinction but Does Not Eliminate Renewal of the Conditioned Emotional Response
Modeling the Effects of the NMDA Receptor Antagonist MK-801 on Timing in Rats
Altered Responsivity to Central Administrations of Corticotropin-Releasing Factor in Rats With a History of Opiate Exposures
Olfactory Repeated Discrimination Reversal in Rats : Effects of Chlordiazepoxide, Dizocilpine, and Morphine
Selective Involvement of the Lateral Entorhinal Cortex in the Control of the Olfactory Memory Trace During Conditioned Odor Aversion in the Rat