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Frontal forebrain lesions : effects on the foraging and apomorphine pecking of pigeons

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1996
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Wynne, Brigitte
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The role of the nucleus basalis prosencephali (Bas), a frontal forebrain structure peculiar to birds, in the control of forage pecking and apomorphine-induced pecking was investigated. In a quasi-natural grit-grain selection task bilateral coagulations of the Bas and the associated neostriatum frontolaterale (Nfl) caused a marked fall in grain per peck uptake and a simultaneous increase in grit per peck uptake. Bas lesions also has a reducing effect on the compulsive pecking elicited by systemic injections of apomorphine. This confirms that the Bas is involved in the control of forage pecking and dopaminergic pecking of birds.
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150 Psychology
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Pigeon , pecking , feeding , apomorphine , dopamine , nucleus basalis prosencephali , neostriatum frontolaterale , paleostriatum augmentatum , lesions
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Physiology & Behavior ; 59 (1996), 4-5. - pp. 757-762. - ISSN 0031-9384
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ISO 690WYNNE, Brigitte, Juan DELIUS, 1996. Frontal forebrain lesions : effects on the foraging and apomorphine pecking of pigeons. In: Physiology & Behavior. 59(4-5), pp. 757-762. ISSN 0031-9384. Available under: doi: 10.1016/0031-9384(95)02160-4
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  number={4-5},
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  issn={0031-9384},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  pages={757--762},
  author={Wynne, Brigitte and Delius, Juan}
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