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Acta Biol activity afferent systems agnosia alimentary analyzer animal antidrive aphasia arousal associations audioverbal auditory brain cerebral cortex Chapter classical conditioning concerned conditioned reflexes conditioned response connections consummatory corresponding cortical denote differentiation discussion dogs effect elicited emotional established evoked excitation experimental experiments extinction fact fear flexion food CR foreleg formation function given gnosis gnostic area gnostic field hindleg hunger CR hunger drive images inhibition inhibitory instrumental conditioning instrumental CR instrumental response kinesthesis kinesthetic gnostic Konorski lesions limb limbic system mechanism ment motor act mouth neurons objects occurs operation organism particular passive patient pattern performed presented produced projective area proprioceptive receptors reinforced retroactive inhibition role salivary salivation satiation scratch reflex sensory set of gnostic set of units situation somesthetic speech stimulus stimulus-objects stimulus-patterns targeting reflex tion transient memory trials type II conditioning type II CR unconditioned unitary perceptions visual visual perceptions whereas words