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Studies on the aversive classical conditioning. 3. Cardiac responses to conditioned and unconditioned defensive (aversive) stimuli



Studies on the aversive classical conditioning. 3. Cardiac responses to conditioned and unconditioned defensive (aversive) stimuli



Acta Biologiae Experimentalis 22: 193-214




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