Silvio  Morato
Silvio Morato
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Measuring anxiety in zebrafish: a critical review
C Maximino, TM de Brito, AW da Silva Batista, AM Herculano, S Morato, ...
Behavioural brain research 214 (2), 157-171, 2010
Scototaxis as anxiety-like behavior in fish
C Maximino, T Marques de Brito, CAGM Dias, A Gouveia Jr, S Morato
Nature protocols 5 (2), 209-216, 2010
Parametric analyses of anxiety in zebrafish scototaxis
C Maximino, TM de Brito, R Colmanetti, AAA Pontes, HM de Castro, ...
Behavioural brain research 210 (1), 1-7, 2010
Thigmotactic responses in an open-field
MR Lamprea, FP Cardenas, J Setem, S Morato
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 41, 135-140, 2008
Prenatal stress produces more behavioral alterations than maternal separation in the elevated plus-maze and in the elevated T-maze
C Estanislau, S Morato
Behavioural brain research 163 (1), 70-77, 2005
Effect of different illumination levels on rat behavior in the elevated plus-maze
AMB Garcia, FP Cardenas, S Morato
Physiology & behavior 85 (3), 265-270, 2005
Role of resocialization and of 5-HT1A receptor activation on the anxiogenic effects induced by isolation in the elevated plus-maze test
S Maisonnette, S Morato, ML Brandao
Physiology & behavior 54 (4), 753-758, 1993
Ethopharmacological analysis of 5-HT ligands on the rat elevated plus-maze
J Setem, AP Pinheiro, VA Motta, S Morato, APM Cruz
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 62 (3), 515-521, 1999
Ansiedad y miedo: su valor adaptativoy maladaptaciones
AM Becerra-García, AC Madalena, C Estanislau, JL Rodríguez-Rico, ...
Revista Latinoamericana de psicología 39 (1), 75-81, 2007
Neurophenotyping of adult zebrafish using the light/dark box paradigm
A Stewart, C Maximino, T Marques de Brito, AM Herculano, A Gouveia, ...
Zebrafish neurobehavioral protocols, 157-167, 2011
Behavior ontogeny in the elevated plus-maze: prenatal stress effects
C Estanislau, S Morato
International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 24 (4), 255-262, 2006
Effects of blockade of 5-HT2 receptors and activation of 5-HT1A receptors on the exploratory activity of rats in the elevated plus-maze
V Motta, S Maisonnette, S Morato, P Castrechini, ML Brandão
Psychopharmacology 107, 135-139, 1992
Dissociation of memory and anxiety in a repeated elevated plus maze paradigm: forebrain cholinergic mechanisms
MR Lamprea, FP Cardenas, R Silveira, S Morato, TJ Walsh
Behavioural brain research 117 (1-2), 97-105, 2000
Sucrose ingestion causes opioid analgesia
FN Segato, C Castro-Souza, EN Segato, S Morato, NC Coimbra
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 30, 981-984, 1997
Effects of floor surface and environmental illumination on exploratory activity in the elevated plus-maze.
S Morato, P Castrechini
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research= Revista Brasileira de …, 1989
Vibrissal sense is not the main sensory modality in rat exploratory behavior in the elevated plus-maze
F Cardenas, MR Lamprea, S Morato
Behavioural brain research 122 (2), 169-174, 2001
The role of vision and proprioception in the aversion of rats to the open arms of an elevated plus-maze
JC Martı́nez, F Cardenas, M Lamprea, S Morato
Behavioural Processes 60 (1), 15-26, 2002
Effects of apomorphine on rat behavior in the elevated plus-maze
AMB Garcia, R Martinez, ML Brandão, S Morato
Physiology & behavior 85 (4), 440-447, 2005
Effect of the blockade of μ1-opioid and 5HT2A-serotonergic/α1-noradrenergic receptors on sweet-substance-induced analgesia
ECC Rebouças, EN Segato, R Kishi, RL Freitas, M Savoldi, S Morato, ...
Psychopharmacology 179, 349-355, 2005
Anxiety-like behavior in rats: a computational model
C Salum, S Morato, AC Roque-da-Silva
Neural networks 13 (1), 21-29, 2000
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