By Pierre Karli (auth.), Seymour Feshbach, Jolanta Zagrodzka (eds.)
In this quantity top overseas gurus current the result of their unique medical reports of competitive habit. Written in honor of the eminent Polish psychologist, Adam Fraczec, for this paintings during this zone, the contributed chapters spotlight the similarities and transformations within the findings supplied by way of investigators operating in varied cultural settings.
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3). These results provided evidence that blockade of substance P receptors has no effect upon the occurrence of defensive rage behavior elicited by single stimulation of the medial hypothalamus. Collectively, the findings of this experiment suggest that the release of substance P is episodic rather than tonic. (B) Predatory Attack Behavior This experiment was designed to test the hypothesis that substance P is involved in medial amygdaloid-induced suppression of predatory attack behavior elicited from lateral hypothalamus.
Kubiak, P. (1991). Scopolamine-induced alterations in predatory pattern in cats. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 51, 29-36. , Jurkowski, T. & Fonberg, E. (1987). The effect of imipramine on predatory behaviour and locomotor activity in cats. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 47, 123-135. CHAPTER 3 THE ROLE OF SUBSTANCE P RECEPTORS IN AMYGDALOID MODULATION OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR IN THE CAT MAJID B. SHAIKH AND ALLAN SIEGEL INTRODUCTION It is well established from studies conducted both in animals [1, 4-6, 11, 25, 53, 61] and humans [13, 17, 19, 21, 30, 34, 43, 57, 59] that the temporal lobe plays an important role in the regulation of aggression and violence.
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Aggression: Biological, Developmental, and Social Perspectives by Pierre Karli (auth.), Seymour Feshbach, Jolanta Zagrodzka (eds.)