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    1. Ferry, B; Di Scala, G
      Basolateral amygdala NMDA receptors are selectively involved in the acquisition of taste-potentiated odor aversion in the rat

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Louilot, A; Besson, C
      Specificity of amygdalostriatal interactions in the involvement of mesencephalic dopaminergic neurons in affective perception

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Ferry, B; Wirth, S; Di Scala, G
      Functional interaction between entorhinal cortex and basolateral amygdala during trace conditioning of odor aversion in the rat

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Reilly, S
      The parabrachial nucleus and conditioned taste aversion

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    5. GRIGSON PS; SCALERA G; REILLY S; NORGREN R
      THE PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS IS ESSENTIAL FOR ACQUISITION OF A CONDITIONED ODOR AVERSION IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    6. REILLY S
      THE ROLE OF THE GUSTATORY THALAMUS IN TASTE-GUIDED BEHAVIOR

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    7. LANE JR; LOUIE S; LEE P; FITTS DA
      INDUCED PREFERENCE OR CONDITIONED AVERSION FOR SODIUM-CHLORIDE IN RATS WITH CHRONIC BILE-DUCT LIGATION

      Physiology & behavior
    8. FARLEY J; JIN I
      POTENTIATION OF PHOTOTACTIC SUPPRESSION IN HERMISSENDA BY COMPOUND CONDITIONING RESULTS IN POTENTIATED EXCITABILITY CHANGES IN TYPE-B AND TYPE-A PHOTORECEPTORS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    9. FARLEY J; REASONER H; JANSSEN M
      POTENTIATION OF PHOTOTACTIC SUPPRESSION IN HERMISSENDA BY A CHEMOSENSORY STIMULUS DURING COMPOUND CONDITIONING

      Behavioral neuroscience
    10. SLOTNICK BM; WESTBROOK F; DARLING FMC
      WHAT THE RATS NOSE TELLS THE RATS MOUTH - LONG DELAY AVERSION CONDITIONING WITH AQUEOUS ODORS AND POTENTIATION OF TASTE BY ODORS

      Animal learning & behavior
    11. AGUERO A; GALLO M; ARNEDO M; MOLINA F; PUERTO A
      EFFECTS OF LESIONS OF THE MEDIAL PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS (PBNM) - TASTE DISCRIMINATION AND LITHIUM-CHLORIDE-INDUCED AVERSION LEARNING AFTER DELAYED AND CONTIGUOUS INTERSTIMULUS INTERVALS

      Psychobiology
    12. REILLY S; PRITCHARD TC
      GUSTATORY THALAMUS LESIONS IN THE RAT .2. AVERSIVE AND APPETITIVE TASTE CONDITIONING

      Behavioral neuroscience
    13. FERRY B; OBERLING P; JARRARD LE; DISCALA G
      FACILITATION OF CONDITIONED ODOR AVERSION BY ENTORHINAL CORTEX LESIONS IN THE RAT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    14. VONKLUGE S; PERKEY T; PEREGORD J
      AN EAR FOR QUALITY - DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF TASTE-POTENTIATED AUDITORY AND ODOR AVOIDANCE

      Physiology & behavior
    15. MITCHELL C; HEYES C
      SIMULTANEOUS OVERSHADOWING AND POTENTIATION OF TASTE AND CONTEXTUAL CUES BY A 2ND TASTE IN TOXICOSIS CONDITIONING

      Learning and motivation
    16. FERRY B; SANDNER G; DISCALA G
      NEUROANATOMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICITY OF THE BASOLATERAL AMYGDALOID NUCLEUS IN TASTE-POTENTIATED ODOR AVERSION

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    17. LUCAS F; SCLAFANI A
      CARBOHYDRATE-CONDITIONED ODOR PREFERENCES IN RATS

      Behavioral neuroscience
    18. YAMAMOTO T; SHIMURA T; SAKO N; YASOSHIMA Y; SAKAI N
      NEURAL SUBSTRATES FOR CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSION IN THE RAT

      Behavioural brain research
    19. THIELE TE; FRIEMAN J
      TASTE-POTENTIATED COLOR AVERSIONS IN PIGEONS - EXAMINATION OF CS PREEXPOSURE AND SUBSEQUENT EFFECTS ON POSTCONDITIONING EXTINCTION OF THE TASTE-AVERSION

      Animal learning & behavior
    20. THIELE TE; FRIEMAN J
      TASTE-POTENTIATED COLOR AVERSIONS IN PIGEONS - EXAMINATION OF CS PREEXPOSURE AND SUBSEQUENT EFFECTS ON POSTCONDITIONING EXTINCTION OF THE TASTE-AVERSION

      Animal learning & behavior
    21. SCHNEIDER K; PINNOW M
      OLFACTORY AND GUSTATORY STIMULI IN FOOD-AVERSION LEARNING OF RATS

      The Journal of general psychology
    22. REILLY S; GRIGSON PS; NORGREN R
      PARABRACHIAL NUCLEUS LESIONS AND CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSION - EVIDENCE SUPPORTING AN ASSOCIATIVE DEFICIT

      Behavioral neuroscience
    23. FERNANDEZRUIZ J; MIRANDA MI; BERMUDEZRATTONI F; DRUCKERCOLIN R
      EFFECTS OF CATECHOLAMINERGIC DEPLETION OF THE AMYGDALA AND INSULAR CORTEX ON THE POTENTIATION OF ODOR BY TASTE-AVERSIONS

      Behavioral and neural biology
    24. BRYANT PA; BOAKES RA; MCGREGOR IS
      TASTE-POTENTIATED ODOR AVERSION LEARNING BASED ON AMPHETAMINE

      Physiology & behavior
    25. LAUNCHBAUGH KL; PROVENZA FD
      CAN PLANTS PRACTICE MIMICRY TO AVOID GRAZING BY MAMMALIAN HERBIVORES

      Oikos
    26. HARGREAVES EL; CAIN DP
      HYPERACTIVITY, HYPERREACTIVITY, AND SENSORIMOTOR DEFICITS INDUCED BY LOW-DOSES OF THE N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE NONCOMPETITIVE CHANNEL BLOCKER-MK801

      Behavioural brain research


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