Literature References

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E. M. H. Best, Wells M. J.1983The control of digestion in Octopus. I. The anticipatory response and the effects of severing the nerves to the gut.
R. G. Boutilier, West, T. G., Pogson, G. H., Mesa, K. A., Wells, J., Wells, M. J.1996Nautilus and the art of metabolic maintenance.
R. Chase, Wells M. J.1986Chemotactic behavior in Octopus
M. J. Wells1986Legend of the living fossil.
M. J. Wells1978Octopus - Physiology and behaviour of an advanced invertebrate
M. J. Wells1978Octopus physiology and behavior of an advanced invertebrate.
M. J. Wells1970Detour experiments with split-brain octopuses
M. J. Wells1967Sensitization and the evolution of associative learning
M. J. Wells1966The brain and behavior of cephalopods
M. J. Wells1966Learning in the octopus
M. J. Wells1964Learning and movement in Octopuses
M. J. Wells1962Brain and behaviour in cephalopods
M. J. Wells1962Early learning in Sepia
M. J. Wells1962Early learning in Sepia.
M. J. Wells1962Brain and behavior in cephalopods.
M. J. Wells1958Factors affecting reactions to mysis by newly hatched Sepia
M. J. Wells, O'Dor, R. K., Mangold, K. M., Wells, J.1983Diurnal changes in activity and metabolic rate in Octopus vulgaris.
M. J. Wells, O'Dor, R. K., Mangold, K. M., Wells, J.1983Feeding and metabolic rate in Octopus.
M. J. Wells, O'Dor, R. K., Wells, M., Wells, J.1983Diurnal changes in activity and metabolic rate in Octopus vulgaris
M. J. Wells1975Evolution and associative learning
M. J. Wells1979The world of a mollusk; brain and behaviour in Octopus vulgaris
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1988Fluid flow into the gut of octopus.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1983The circulatory response to acute hypoxia in Octopus.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1972Sexual displays and mating of Octopus vulgaris Cuvier and O. cyanea Gray and attempts to alter performance by manipulating the glandular condition of the animals.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1971Conditioning and sensitization in snails
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1970Observations on the feeding, growth rate and habits of newly settled Octopus cyanea
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1970Observations on the feeding, growth rate and habits of newly settled Octopus cyanea.
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1957The effect of lesions to the vertical and optic lobes on tactile discrimination in Octopus
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1957The function of the brain of Octopus in tactile discrimination
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1957Repeated presentation experiments and the function of the vertical lobe in Octopus
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1957The effect of vertical lobe removal on the performance of Octopuses in retention tests
M. J. Wells, Wells J.1957The Influence of Preoperational Training on The Performance of Octopuses Following Vertical Lobe Removal
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1975The subfrontal lobe and touch learning in the octopus.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1970Stimulus generalization in the tactile system of Octopus.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1970Single-session learning by octopuses.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1969The effect of splitting part of the brain or removal of the median inferior frontal lobe on touch learning in Octopus.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1969Learning at different rates of training in the Octopus.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1968Learning with delayed rewards in octopus
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1968Changes in textural preferences in Octopus after lesions.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1968Learning with delayed rewards in octopus.
M. J. Wells, Young J. Z.1965Split-brain preparations and touch learning in the octopus.
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