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18]). 5 nmole dose level. Beyond this period, response latency values returned to predrug levels. 05 nmoles. EFFECTS OF MICROINFUSION OF SUBSTANCE P INTO THE MEDIAL HYPOTHALAMUS UT'ON PREDATORY ATTACK BEHAVIOR This experiment tested the hypothesis that activation of substance P receptors in the medial hypothalamus would mimic the effects of me- 42 MAJID B. n -< ~ U Z 5 ~ o -5 L______________________________________________ 5 60 120 POSTINJECTION TIME (Min) FIGURE 7. , ). dial amygdaloid stimulation by suppressing predatory attack behavior.
Aggression: Biological, Developmental, and Social Perspectives by Pierre Karli (auth.), Seymour Feshbach, Jolanta Zagrodzka (eds.)