SITUATIONAL CONDITIONED REFLEXES IN DOGS IN NORMAL AND PATHOLOGICAL STATES
AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB
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This monograph presents the results of many years of research on regularities in animal behavior by the conditioned-reflex method. A great deal of attention is paid to complex conditioned motor reflexes induced in response to auditory and visual stimuli, taking into account their spatial localization and the spatial position of the animal itself. Use of various drugs, extirpation and transection at different cerebral levels, and X-irradiation enabled the authors to elucidate both the dynamics and structure of the forms of motor activity they studied. These data are of both theoretical and practical importance.