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Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova. 1990 Jul-Aug;40(4):666-72.

[The role of the frontal cortex of the left and right hemispheres in regulating the intraspecific interaction of rats with differing zoosocial experience].

[Article in Russian]

Abstract

By means of the analysis of probabilistic ethological structures of the intraspecies rats behaviour in the test "stranger-resident" and by the method of isolated destruction of the frontal cortex or the left and right hemispheres,--it is established that the frontal cortex of the left hemisphere regulates the intraspecies sociability and keeps it on a certain level, because the change (increase) of the intraspecies sociability is observed only at the unilateral destruction of the left frontal cortex. Isolation from the relatives in early ontogenesis leads to the loss of regulating influence of the left frontal cortex on the intraspecies sociability. In isolated animals the frontal cortex of the left hemisphere regulates the level and probability of the appearance of aggression. The right hemisphere ensures the adequate inclusion of the aggression in the probabilistic ethological structure of the total intraspecies behaviour; at its damage the forms appear of an adequate pathological aggression, and connection is lost between the elements of aggressive behaviour and the acts of intraspecies sociability.

PMID:
2174608
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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