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Changes in instrumentally and classically conditioned limb flexion responses following olivocerebellar tractotomy and inferior olivary lesions in cat.

Voneida, TJ; Christie, D; Bogdanski, R; Chopko, B; (1990) Changes in instrumentally and classically conditioned limb flexion responses following olivocerebellar tractotomy and inferior olivary lesions in cat. Journal of Neuroscience , 10 3583 - 3593. Green open access

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Title: Changes in instrumentally and classically conditioned limb flexion responses following olivocerebellar tractotomy and inferior olivary lesions in cat.
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Language: English
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URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/87697
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