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Animal models of human emotion and cognition

Author: M Haug; Richard E Whalen; American Psychological Association.
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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This volume intends to demonstrate that theories based on animal studies of brain, behavior, and cognition are indeed providing new insights and directions for research on human function. It is also hoped that this book will promote a dialogue between animal and human researchers that will lead to increased understanding of the complex issues involved in modeling human behavior. /// Part I covers background material  Read more...
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Animal models of human emotion and cognition.
Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, ©1999
(DLC) 99030612
(OCoLC)41347078
Animal models of human emotion and cognition
(DLC) 99030612
(OCoLC)41347078
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: M Haug; Richard E Whalen; American Psychological Association.
OCLC Number: 57712084
Description: 1 online resource (x, 341 pages)
Contents: On the nature of animal models of human behavioral dysfunction / J. Bruce Overmier --
Justifying the research agenda / Lewis Petrinovich --
On the affective nature of human nature : a neurobiologist's reflections / Pierre Karli --
Rodent models of human neuroses and psychoses / Paul F. Brain and Lynne Marrow --
The mouse defense test battery : an experimental model of different emotional states / Guy Griebel and David J. Sanger --
Latent inhibition in animals as a model of acute schizophrenia : a reanalysis / Philippe Oberling, Olivier Gosselin, and Ralph R. Miller --Startle-response measures of information processing in animals : relevance to schizophrenia / Mark A. Geyer, David L. Braff, and Neal R. Swerdlow --
Sensory and integrative development in the human fetus and perinate : the usefulness of animal models / Benoist Schaal, Jean-Pierre Lecanuet, and Carolyn Granier-Deferre --
What has the psychology of human perception learned from animal studies? / Claude Bonnet and Christian Wehrhahn --
An animal model for a physiological interpretation of human bisexuality / Claude Aron --
Self-recognition in nonhuman primates : past and future challenges / James R. Anderson and Gordon G. Gallup, Jr. --
Animal models of medial temporal lobe amnesia : the myth of the hippocampus / Christopher A. Duva, Tom J. Kornecook, and John P.J. Pinel --
Animal models of global amnesia : what can they tell us about memory? / Dave G. Mumby --
Behavioral and pharmacological analyses of memory : new behavioral options for remediation / J. Bruce Overmier, Lisa M. Savage, and Whitney A. Sweeney --
Nonhuman primates as models of hemispheric specialization / Jacques Vauclair, Joël Fagot, and Delphine Dépy --
Animal aggression : a model for stress and coping / Jaap M. Koolhaas [and others] --
Mouse genes and animal models of human aggression / Stephen C. Maxson --
Ethological and welfare considerations in the study of aggression in rodents and nonhuman primates / Augusto Vitale and Enrico Alleva --
Continuity versus (political) correctness : animal models and human aggression / D. Caroline Blanchard, Mark Hebert, and Robert J. Blanchard.
Responsibility: [edited by Marc Haug and Richard E. Whalen.

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Concerns are raised about the validity of animal research aimed at illuminating human behaviour. This study argues that animal studies provide valuable insights into our behaviour and illustrates how  Read more...

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