<p>This thesis is concerned with the functional organization of motor patterns as indicated by electrical stimulation of the rat brain stem. The thesis also examines the relationship between the evoked behavior and the rewardi...
<p>The principle of quantitative differential thermal analysis is based on the fundamental principles of calorimetry. These principles cannot be rigorously applied while performing differential thermal analysis due to the complexities in...
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