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Concept Computer Simulation
Concept Appetitive Behavior
Concept Behavior, Animal
Concept Choice Behavior
Concept Exploratory Behavior
Concept Psychomotor Performance
Concept Spatial Behavior
Concept Motor Activity
Concept Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted
Concept Swimming
Concept Illness Behavior
Concept Escape Reaction
Academic Article Interplay between sniffing and odorant sorptive properties in the rat.
Academic Article A beta oscillation network in the rat olfactory system during a 2-alternative choice odor discrimination task.
Academic Article Gamma and Beta Oscillations Define a Sequence of Neurocognitive Modes Present in Odor Processing.
Academic Article Rat behavior in go/no-go and two-alternative choice odor discrimination: differences and similarities.
Academic Article Task-Dependent Behavioral Dynamics Make the Case for Temporal Integration in Multiple Strategies during Odor Processing.
Academic Article A critical test of the overlap hypothesis for odor mixture perception.
Academic Article Affective and adrenocorticotrophic responses to photoperiod in Wistar rats.
Academic Article Influence of the olfactory bulbs on blood leukocytes and behavioral responses to infection in Siberian hamsters.
Academic Article Bidirectional processing in the olfactory-limbic axis during olfactory behavior.
Academic Article Transfer of Odor Perception From the Retronasal to the Orthonasal Pathway.
Academic Article Long-Range Respiratory and Theta Oscillation Networks Depend on Spatial Sensory Context.

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