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Specifics of the behavioral activation following cessation of electrical stimulation of the caudate nucleus


, : Specifics of the behavioral activation following cessation of electrical stimulation of the caudate nucleus. Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal SSSR Imeni I M Sechenova 66(8): 1165-1170

Repeated low-frequency stimulation of the caudate nucleus head often induced grooming and rhythmic movements of the head in unrestrained cats. The effect was more stable after intensive and frequent stimulations. Phenamine enhanced the behavioral activation whereas haloperidol suppressed it. The behavioral effect seems to be related to the dopamine production and depends on the nigro-striatal dopamine transport.

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