Title Page and Summary
I. Introduction and Background
II. The Static Model
Pages 2 - 3
III. The Dynamic Model
Pages 4 - 5 - 6
IV. Future Work
Pages 8 - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12 - 13
Adams, D.B. (1979a). Brain mechanisms for offense, defense, and submission. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2: 200-241.
Adams, D.B. (1979b). Inborn and acquired aspects of offense and defense motivational systems in muroid rodents: Role of memory. In: Neurophysiological Bases of Memory, T. Oniani (ed.), Tbilisi, USSR, pp. 149-160.
Adams, D.B. (1980). Motivational systems of agonistic behavior in muroid rodents: A comparative review and neural model. Aggressive Behavior, 6: 295-346.
Adams, D.B. (1981). Motivational system of social behavior in male rats and stumptail macaques: Are they homologous? Aggressive Behavior. 7: 5-18.
Adams, D.B. (1983). Hormone-brain interactions and their influence on agonistic behavior. In: Hormones and Aggressive Behavior. B.B. Svare (ed.). Plenum Press. New York.
Adams, D.B. and Schoel, W.M. (1982). A statistical analysis of the social behavior of the male stumptail macaque (Macaca arctoides). American Journal of Primatology, 2: 249-273.
Flynn, J.P.. Edwards, S.B.. and Bandler, R.J. (1971). Changes in sensory and motor systems during centrally elicited attack. Behavioral Science. 16: 1-19.
Grant, E.C. and Mackintosh, J.H. (1963). A comparison of the social postures of some common laboratory rodents. Behaviour 21: 246-259.
Lehman, M.N. and Adams, D.B. (1977). A statistical and motivational analysis of the social behaviors of the male laboratory rat. Behaviour. 61: 238-275.
Mink, J.W. and Adams, D.B. (1981). Why offense is reduced when rats are tested in a strange cage. Physiology and Behavior. 26: 567-573.
Potegal, M. (1979). The reinforcing value of several types of aggressive behavior: A review. Aggressive Behavior. 5: 353-373.
Zook, J.M. and Adams, D.B. (1975). Competitive fighting in the rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 88: 418-423.