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The possibility of development of positive and negative conditioned reflexes from symmetric areas of the skin

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The possibility of development of positive and negative conditioned reflexes from symmetrical areas of the skin was shown in experiments on dogs. However, the process of development is rather prolonged (from 133 to 178 combinations).

The rapidity and the possibility of development of symmetrical positive and negative conditioned reflexes from the skin and their stability are determined to a considerable extent by the typological peculiarities of the animal's nervous system. The author assumes that simultaneous creation of a focus of excitation in one hemisphere and that of inhibition in another is evidently of great significance for the formation of positive and negative conditioned reflexes from symmetrical areas of the skin.

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Savinskaia, A.P. The possibility of development of positive and negative conditioned reflexes from symmetric areas of the skin. Bull Exp Biol Med 46, 1294–1299 (1958). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00845168

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Keywords

  • Public Health
  • Nervous System
  • Conditioned Reflex
  • Considerable Extent
  • Symmetrical Area