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Stress-induced analgesia: its effects on performance in learning paradigms.

Galina ZH, Amit Z.
PMID: 3014972
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1986;467:238-48. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1986.tb14632.x.

No abstract available.

Effects of ischemia duration on neurological outcome, CA1 histopathology, and nonmatching to sample learning in monkeys.

Scheller MS, Grafe MR, Zornow MH, Fleischer JE.
PMID: 1412584
Stroke. 1992 Oct;23(10):1471-6; discussion 1477-8. doi: 10.1161/01.str.23.10.1471.

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Male cynomolgus monkeys (n = 10) were subjected to varying durations of global cerebral ischemia to determine the relation between dose (ischemic duration) and response (outcome).METHODS: Each monkey was anesthetized with halothane, and global cerebral ischemia...

Learning processes in multilayer threshold nets.

Bobrowski L.
PMID: 728487
Biol Cybern. 1978 Nov 10;31(1):1-6. doi: 10.1007/BF00337365.

An algorithm of learning in multilayer threshold nets without feedbacks is proposed. The net is built of threshold elements with binary inputs. During a learning process each input vector chi is accompanied by a teacher's decision omega (omega epsilon(1,...,M))....

Early stimulation: a rationale.

Doan HM.
PMID: 1022368
Can Ment Health. 1976 Jun;24(2):9-13.

No abstract available.

Olfactory-motor habits in functionally hemidecorticate rats [proceedings].

Buresová O, Islam S.
PMID: 561511
Act Nerv Super (Praha). 1977 Mar;19(1):64-5.

No abstract available.

Novel taste facilitation of the association of visual cues with toxicosis in rats.

Galef BG, Osborne B.
PMID: 730860
J Comp Physiol Psychol. 1978 Oct;92(5):907-16. doi: 10.1037/h0077531.

The present experiments examined the conditions under which rats rapidly learn to avoid ingesting visually distinctive food objects associated with toxicosis. It was found that the presence of a novel taste associated with a visually distinctive food object faciliated...

The Rescorla-Wagner model: losses in associative strength in compound conditioned stimuli.

Kremer EF.
PMID: 621465
J Exp Psychol Anim Behav Process. 1978 Jan;4(1):22-36. doi: 10.1037//0097-7403.4.1.22.

This series of experiments demonstrated that compound conditioned stimuli (CSs) highly conditioned in isolation lose conditioned response strength when compound-CS-unconditioned stimulus (US) pairings are given. This loss in conditioned responding was a positive function of the number of compound-CS-US...

AF102B, a novel M1 agonist, enhanced spatial learning in C57BL/10 mice with a long duration of action.

Vincent GP, Sepinwall J.
PMID: 1472998
Brain Res. 1992 Dec 04;597(2):264-8. doi: 10.1016/0006-8993(92)91483-u.

Orally administered AF102B, a selective muscarinic M1 cholinergic agonist, improved spatial learning in C57BL/10 mice in the Morris water maze. In four experiments in which all drug-treated animals received only one single administration of AF102B, improvement of acquisition depended...

Writing and using behavioral objectives in nursing education.

Griffin JK.
PMID: 586572
NLN Publ. 1977;(23):1-10.

No abstract available.

Development of learning experiences and teaching/learning strategies based on philosophy, objectives, conceptual framework and curriculum threads.

Macy BJ.
PMID: 585821
NLN Publ. 1977;(23):52-8.

No abstract available.

[Science: the first condition of the university (author's transl)].

Vial Correa JD.
PMID: 1021856
Rev Med Chil. 1976 Jul;104(7):470-85.

No abstract available.

[Are children philosophers? Opening address of the 87th annual congress of the German Society of Pediatrics].

Freese HL.
PMID: 1501609
Monatsschr Kinderheilkd. 1992 Jul;140(7):377-83.

No abstract available.

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