Ernest W. Kent

University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
"Ernest Kent"
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Asin KE, Wirtshafter D, Kent EW. (1980) The effects of electrolytic median raphe lesions on two measures of latent inhibition. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 28: 408-17
Davis RE, Kent EW. (1979) Transection of direct anterior thalamic afferents from the hippocampus: effects on activity and active avoidance in rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 93: 1182-92
Asin KE, Wirtshafter D, Kent EW. (1979) Impaired patterned responding in rats with electrolytic median raphe lesions. Physiology & Behavior. 23: 803-6
Wirtshafter D, Asin K, Kent EW. (1979) Simple technique for midline stereotaxis surgery in the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 23: 409-10
Asin KE, Wirtshafter D, Kent EW. (1979) Straight alley acquisition and extinction and open field activity following discrete electrolytic lesions of the mesencephalic raphe nuclei. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 25: 242-56
Wirtshafter D, Asin KE, Kent EW. (1978) Nucleus accumbens lesions reduce amphetamine hyperthermia but not hyperactivity. European Journal of Pharmacology. 51: 449-52
Prado-Alcalá RA, Kent EW, Reid LD. (1975) Intracranial self-stimulation effects along the route of the nigro-striatal bundle. Brain Research. 84: 531-40
Kent EW, Grossman SP. (1973) Elimination of learned behaviors after transection of fibers crossing the lateral border of the hypothalamus. Physiology & Behavior. 10: 953-63
Reid LD, Hunsicker JP, Kent EW, et al. (1973) Incidence and magnitude of the "priming effect" in self-stimulating rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 82: 286-93
Kent E, Grossman SP. (1969) Evidence for a conflict interpretation of anomalous effects of rewarding brain stimulation. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 69: 381-90
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