This chapter discusses defensive behavior in rats. Topics covered include specific defensive behaviors (e.g., flight, hiding, freezing, alarm cries, defensive attack), stimuli that elicit defense, the role of “expediting” stimuli in controlling specific defenses, the role of threat intensity in controlling specific defenses, outcomes of defensive behaviors, and laboratory models of rat defensive behaviors.
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