The Effects of Early and Late Hemidecortication on Vision and Locomotion in the Rabbit
The hemispherectomized rat and cat have been used by various investigators as a model for studying the processes underlying age-dependent recovery from brain damage.
KeywordsSuperior Colliculus Striate Cortex Pattern Discrimination Behav Brain Brightness Discrimination
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