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Spontaneous and Experimentally Induced Behavioral Abnormalities in the Dog Correlated with Early Experience and the Critical-Period Hypothesis

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A great deal of research on the effects upon behavioral development of various experimental procedures instigated either prenatally or at specific times postnatally has been reported, notably in the rat and mouse [1, 2].

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Fox, M.W., Med., B.V., Stelzner, D. (1966). Spontaneous and Experimentally Induced Behavioral Abnormalities in the Dog Correlated with Early Experience and the Critical-Period Hypothesis. In: Wortis, J. (eds) Recent Advances in Biological Psychiatry. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-7313-9_11

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