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Studies of abnormal behavior in the rat

Norman R. F. Maier

Studies of abnormal behavior in the rat

the neurotic pattern and an analysis of the situation which produces it

by Norman R. F. Maier

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Published by Harper & brothers in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychology, Pathological,
  • Rats -- Behavior,
  • Neuroses

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAbnormal behavior in the rat, Studies of.
    Statementby Norman R.F. Maier ...
    ContributionsMurphy, Gardner, 1895- ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL785 .M35
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p.l., 81 p.
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6389187M
    LC Control Number39017775

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Barnett. The laws of animal behavior have been revised and revealed through research performed by zoologists, physiologists and experimental psychologists. Each has contributed much. Their main meeting ground has been the study of mammals, especially rats.

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"Behavioral sink" is a term invented by ethologist John B. Calhoun to describe a collapse in behavior which can result from overcrowding.

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Norman R. Maier Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, USA & James B. Klee Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, USA Pages Received 27 Nov This definition also implies that the presence of abnormal behavior in people should be rare or statistically unusual, which is not the case.

Instead, any specific abnormal behavior may be unusual, but it is not unusual for people to exhibit some form of prolonged abnormal behavior at some point in their lives, and mental disorders such as depression are actually very statistically common.

This makes it extra important for you to know the normal behavior of your rat pal. When you notice your rat doing something abnormal, consider whether it could be a sign of illness or pain. Some common behaviors associated with rat health problems include a hunched posture, staring, stumbling, head tilt, failure to groom, sneezing, and wheezing.

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Rat Behavior. Norway Rat Crawling Near Oven. When rat populations are large, a hierarchy develops within a burrow.

Stronger individuals become dominant, while weaker ones are subordinate. Males no longer protect female burrows. When a female is estrous, several males mate with her sequentially, in the order of their social dominance.

Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, by Clark Clipson, California School of Professional Psychology, and Jocelyn Steer, San Diego Family Institute, contains 16 studies and can be shrink-wrapped with the text at a discounted package price.

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Other books focus on the historical, descriptive, research, diagnostic and treatment issues. But what most of these readings lack are significant, in-depth case studies illustrating abnormal behavior.

This book fills that s: Circling or rotational behavior is the most studied indicator of cerebral asymmetry in the rat.

In humans, disturbances in cerebral asymmetry are involved in the etiology of several psychiatric disorders, including schizophrenia, Tourette syndrome and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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To enable students to more fully understand the nature of the disorder, each case in this book contains full background material relevant to etiological, diagnostic Reviews: 5.Studies of the effects on sexual behavior of selectively lowering brain serotonin concentrations by the administration of parachlorophenylalanine (PCPA) have been carried out in rats, rabbits, cats, monkeys, and humans.

The difficulties in assessing change in sexual performance as a function of a particular variable are underestimated. The free rat’s behavior was often reciprocated by the movements of the trapped rat, as the latter changed his position in the restrainer to face the free rat.

The non-openers, on the other hand, spent less time around the restrainer and were more aggressive when the trapped rat exited the restrainer following half-way door-opening.