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Title: The brain-behavior relationship. Towards a new duality? [La relación cerebro-conducta ¿hacia una nueva dualidad?]
Author: Klimov, Andrei B.
Saavedra, C.
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: We study a lossless interaction of two-level atoms with a quantum field in the high detuning limit. The possibility of creating atomic Schrödinger cat states [Agarwal, Puri, Singh, Phys. Rev. A 56 (1997) 2249] for different initial field states is discussed. Dipole moment evolution and atomic squeezing are also considered. " 1998 Published by Elsevier Science B.V.",,,,,,,,,"","",,,,,,"01-feb",,"Physics Letters, Section A: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics",,"14
WOS",,,,,,,,,,,,"The Dicke model dynamics in a high detuning limit",,"Article" "46814","123456789/35008",,"Aparicio, C.F., Ctro. Estud. Invest. Compartamiento, Univ. Guadalajara, Av. 12 D., Guadalajara, Mexico",,"Aparicio, C.F.",,"1999",,"The standard choice situation was modified by placing a 76 cm high barrier between two levers. To travel between levers, rats had to climb the barrier. Four doses of haloperidol were assessed for effects on motor and motivational systems. The drug impeded the rats' ability to climb the barrier. Residence and travel times increased, and changeover rates decreased. Pressing the levers was not entirely suppressed by haloperidol. The slope of the matching law decreased with increasing doses of haloperidol, showing reductions in the rats' sensitivity to reinforcement. The notion that neuroleptics impair the initiation or execution of complex motor acts and disrupt food-locomotion activity, is supported by these results. Copyright (C) 1999 Elsevier Science B.V.",,,,,,"10.1016/S0376-6357(99)00073-X",,,"","",,,,,,"01-feb",,"Behavioural Processes",,"57
MEDLINE",,,,,,"Barrier; Haloperidol; Lever-press; Locomotion; Matching law; Motivational system; Motor effects; Rats; Travel",,,,,,"The barrier choice paradigm: Haloperidol reduces sensitivity to reinforcement",,"Article" "46820","123456789/35008",,"Tamayo, J., Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico",,"Tamayo, J.",,"2009",,"This paper highlights the strong resurgence of the discussion on the relationships between brain and behavior from evidence thrown by new techniques and methods of research and measurement in the field of neurosciences. The discussion within the discipline has been directed to the postulation on two levels of analysis: biological and psychological. I discuss that such distinction leads to suggest the existence of new forms of dualism (mind-behavior; brain-behavior, biological-psychological). It defines the psychological field of analysis which does not exclude the consideration of biological components but it is not restricted to them. Psychological phenomena are better conceived as a continuation from biological phenomena. Finally, the paper refers to biological correlates of behavior as dispositional factors which can have a catalytic effect on the interaction. " Intern. Jour. Psych. Psychol. Ther.
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