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By Pierre Karli (auth.), Seymour Feshbach, Jolanta Zagrodzka (eds.)

In this quantity top foreign specialists current the result of their unique medical stories of competitive habit. Written in honor of the eminent Polish psychologist, Adam Fraczec, for this paintings during this sector, the contributed chapters spotlight the similarities and variations within the findings supplied via investigators operating in different cultural settings.

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In press) Lagerspetz, K. M. J. (1969). Aggression and aggressiveness in laboratory mice. In S. Garattini & E. B. ), Aggressive behaviour (pp. 77-85). Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica. Lagerspetz, K. M. J. (1981). Combining aggression studies in infra-humans and man. In P. F. Brain & D. ), Multidisciplinary approaches to aggression research (pp. 389401). Amsterdam: Elsevier/North-Holland, Biomedical Press. Leyhausen, P. (1975). Cat Behavior. The predatory and social behavior of domestic and wild cats.

F -" ~";l o 5 60 120 180 POSTINJECTION TIME (MIN) FIGURE 5. , [49]). lation of the medial amygdala and lateral hypothalamus resulted in a 30-50% suppression of predatory attack behavior as indicated by an increase in response latencies. Again, as previously shown in Fig. 4, this baseline response was depicted in Fig. 6 as the common "0" point on the y axis. Here, three doses of CP 96,345 were microinfused into the medial hypothalamus and the drug effects upon amygdaloid suppression of attack behavior were determined.

5 Hz, 1 ms per half cycle duration) were generated by 2 Grass 5-88 stimulators connected to the cat in series with constant current isolation units (Grass P5IU6). A Tektronix 5000 series oscilloscope was used to monitor peak-to-peak current. The cannula-electrode was cemented in place with dental acrylic when defensive rage or predatory attack was consistently elicited within 15 sec of stimulation. 1 sec. The time required to elicit a hissing response after the onset of electrical stimulation was defined as the response latency for defensive rage behavior.

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