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attention regulation and behavioural flexibility in rats with relevance to schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a neuropsychological disorder in which the neural systems which regulate attention allocation, primarily the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, are dysfunctional, resulting in deficient gating of attention to irrelevant inputs from the environment. This sensory processing dysfunction hinders goal-directed behaviour to the extent that ... Continue Reading


a neuroeconomic investigation of risky decision-making and loss in the rat

Humans exhibit a number of suboptimal behaviours in the wake of a loss. For rnexample, gamblers often ‘chase’ their losses in an attempt to break even. rnSimilarly, investors tend to hold on to losing stocks too long in the hope that the rndeclining share price might make a recovery. However, the neural mechanisms rnthat instantiate... Continue Reading


detecting a visual object in the presence of other objects: the flanker facilitation effect in contour integration

When an observer views a complex visual scene and tries to identify an object, hisrnor her visual system must decide what regions of the visual field correspond to thernobject of interest and which do not. One aspect of this process involves the grouping of the local contrast information (e.g., orientation, position and frequency) int... Continue Reading


demographical factors influencing attitudes to work and organizational commitment among academic workers in federal university oye-ekiti and ekiti state university


Issue of occupational commitment and attitude to work among workers is a thing of concern to all management of organization including the academic workers of Federal University Oye - Ekiti and Ekiti State University in Ekiti State.The present study investigated the influence of perceived demographical factors influencing attitudes to work and orga... Continue Reading


an evaluation of cognitive deficits in a rat - model of huntintons's disease

The purpose of this thesis was to develop methodology by which treatments for the cognitive impairments in Huntington’s disease (HD) could be tested. As such, the thesis focused mainly on evaluating rats with quinolinic acid (QA) lesions of the striatum, as this manipulation mimics some aspects of the neural damage in Huntington’s disease, to try ... Continue Reading


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