Biological Determinants of Reinforcement - Vol. 7

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Subject Index
A
Acquisition, cellular mechanisms of, 220- 227
Action potentials, single-unit, 72-80
Age, temporal memory content and, 115- 116
Alpha-flupenthixol, reinforcement and, 152, 195-198
Amphetamines
brain stimulation reward and timing and, 126-127
reinforced behavior and, 171-175, 195- 198
Arginine vasopressin, temporal memory content and, 115-116
Associative training
causal vs. correlative mechanisms in, 225- 227
ionic currents and, 220
phototactic behavior and, changes in, 210- 215
Atoms of behavior, 250
Atropine
MFB self-stimulation and, 95-96
temporal memory content and, 111-112
Axons, in MFB self-stimulation, 88-94
cells of origin, 92-94
field of excitation, 88-90
spatial and temporal summation, 91-92
B
B cells, photoreceptors and, 217-220
Behavioral atoms, 250
Brain slice, 252
preparation of, 253
Brain stimulation reward, see also Electrical stimulation of brain; Medial forebrain bundle
cholinergic involvement in, 87-99, see also Cholinergic activity
dopaminergic involvement in, 124-132
psychometric function in, 3-5
timing and
circadian rhythms and, 132-133
quantitative similarities between, 133-134
C
Carbachol, MFB self-stimulation and, 94-95
Catecholamines, 251, see also Dopamine cocaine reinforcement and, 141-142
Causal detection, in mollusc, 207-243, see also Mollusc
CCK-8S, brain stimulation reward and timing and, 126
Cells, drug effects on, quantitative aspects of, 161-164
Cells of origin, MFB stimulation and, 92-94

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