Control of Behavior examines the internal (neurophysiological) and external factors which influence behavioral control. The book describes behavioral mechanisms such as the factors underlying the situation when an animal changes from being active to being asleep, switches from performing one type of activity to performing another, or changes its responsiveness to a constant stimulus.... measured the locomotor activity and drinking rhythms of female rats whose ovaries had been removed. as well as the ... Figure 3.19a shows the general location of the rat SCN from the inferior surface of the brain. while Figure 3.19b ... The diagram demonstrates why the ... (b) A section of the brain made at the point labelled a#39;cuta#39; in (a). showing where the paired SCN lie just above the optic chiasma.
|Title||:||CONTROL OF BEHAVIOUR.|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1998-09-29|