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Title Preoperative events : their effects on behavior following brain damage / edited by Jay Schulkin
Published New York, New York ; Hove, England : Psychology Press, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (365 pages) : illustrations
Series Comparative Cognition and Neuroscience
Comparative cognition and neuroscience.
Contents 1. Preoperative intermittent feeding or drinking regimens enhance postlesion sensorimotor function / Timothy Schallert -- 2. The effects of preoperative alimentary experiences on a regulatory neurobehavioral system / Jay Schulkin -- 3. Recovery of function following lateral hypothalamic damage : the influence of preoperative manipulations / Carlos V. Grijalva, Ernest Lindholm, and Barbara Roland -- 4. Preoperative manipulation and ventromedial hypothalamic syndrome (VMH) / Devendra Singh -- 5. Modulatory effects of environmental and social interactions on the behavior expression of amygdaloid damage / Ernest D. Kemble -- 6. An odyssey in behavioral neuroscience : a search for common principles underlying responses to brain damage / Peter J. Donovick and Richard G. Burright -- 7. Social experience and lesion-induced predation / David J. Albert, G.L. Chew, and M.L. Walsh -- 8. The effects of preoperative experience upon postoperative performance of rats following lesions of the hippocampal system / David S. Olton and Alicja L. Markowska -- 9. Preoperative training provides no protection against lesion-induced decrements in explicit processes / E.E. Krieckhaus -- 10. Sparing, loss, and recovery of function in the telencephalon ablated teleost fish / J. Bruce O vermier -- 11. The use of overtraining in striate/extrastriate lesion deficit analysis / Jeanette P. Ward -- 12. Experimental amnestic sensory agnosia : preoperative modulation / J. Jay Braun -- 13. The effects of preoperative overtraining on interhemispheric transfer / Franco Lepore -- 14. Premorbid effects on recovery from brain injury in humans : cognitive and interpersonal indexes / Jordan Grafman [and others]
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and indexes
Notes Print version record
Subject Brain damage -- Animal models.
Brain damage -- Surgery -- Complications -- Prevention
Habituation (Neuropsychology)
Preoperative care -- Physiological aspects
Brain damage -- Animal models.
Habituation (Neuropsychology)
Form Electronic book
Author Schulkin, Jay, editor.
ISBN 1315808293