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Brain temperature alterations and the retention of visual pattern discriminations in pigeons

Brain temperature alterations and the retention of visual pattern discriminations in pigeons

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OLSEN, Christopher, Juan DELIUS, Robert HOCKEY, 1974. Brain temperature alterations and the retention of visual pattern discriminations in pigeons. In: Physiology & Behavior. 13(2), pp. 257-260. ISSN 0031-9384. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0031-9384(74)90043-2

@article{Olsen1974Brain-20271, title={Brain temperature alterations and the retention of visual pattern discriminations in pigeons}, year={1974}, doi={10.1016/0031-9384(74)90043-2}, number={2}, volume={13}, issn={0031-9384}, journal={Physiology & Behavior}, pages={257--260}, author={Olsen, Christopher and Delius, Juan and Hockey, Robert} }

Brain temperature alterations and the retention of visual pattern discriminations in pigeons 2012-09-26T08:56:49Z Hockey, Robert Delius, Juan Olsen, Christopher Hockey, Robert 2012-09-26T08:56:49Z Delius, Juan terms-of-use Physiology & Behavior ; 13 (1974), 2. - S. 257–260 Olsen, Christopher eng 1974 Pigeons were taught visual discriminations. Immediately after they had reached criterion their forebrain was either left untreated or heated (by ≈1°C) or cooled (by≈2°C) for 30 min, with water flowing through a chronically implanted cannula system. The effects of the treatments on retention were assessed in retraining sessions. Both brain temperature alterations led to slight saving scores and marked, significant response latency advantages, compared with the control treatment.

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