Effects of septal lesions on social attraction in two subspecies of deer mouse View Full Text


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DATE

1975-09

AUTHORS

James M. MacDougall, James W. Pennebaker, Michael Stevenson

ABSTRACT

Members of two subspecies of deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) that differ in social gregariousness were given septal lesions and tested for pairwise sociability. Gracilis normally a highly social animal, became even more gregarious following septal damage, while bairdi, which normally shows avoidance of social contact, showed further reductions in sociability. The findings lend no support to a previous suggestion that septal lesions enhance sociability generally across species; instead, they suggest that reported increases in social contact in lesioned animals are a secondary consequence of the lesion’s tendency to enhance predominant behavior patterns. More... »

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215-219

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