Effects of anterior vs posterior cingulate lesions on passive-avoidance responding in rats
Rats with posterior cingulate damage were statistically different from anterior cingulate Ss and controls in a discrete-trial passive-avoidance task. However, the extent of the debility did not parallel that usually seen after massive hippocampectomy. Both a safe-island test and a continuous-trial situation failed to distinguish between the groups. © 1968, Psychonomic Journals. All rights reserved.
Boitano, John J.; Lubar, Joel F.; and Furnald, Maryanne S., "Effects of anterior vs posterior cingulate lesions on passive-avoidance responding in rats" (1968). Articles & Book Chapters. 507.