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Early Trauma as Revealed by Performance During Initial Conditioning

  • A. Ulric Moore

Abstract

This report will be, in effect, a survey of our work at the Behavior Farm Laboratory, at Cornell University, during the period since my last report to this group [1] and will include a brief summary of our most recent experiments.

Keywords

Conditioning Session Tonic Immobility Early Trauma Animal Group Control Signal Session 
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