Learn More
The study examined the effects of modulation of dopamine D2 receptors-mediated neurotransmission in the rat's prefrontal cortex (PFC) on storage and executive components of working memory. Rats were trained on delayed (delay interval, 3 s) and non-delayed choice in a U-maze. The prominence of proactive interference was evaluated by sorting errors in a(More)
The effects of local microinjections of D1-selective dopaminergic agents into the medial wall of the frontal cortex of rats on short-term memory processes were studied, along with the effects of proactive interference in immediate and delayed spatial choice tasks in a Y maze. Microinjections of the D1 receptor antagonist SCH23390 (1 nmol) disturbed(More)
The effects of microinjections of D1 selective dopaminergic substances into the medial frontal cortex (MFC) on information storage and proactive interference during delayed (the delay in 3 s) and non-delayed choice in Y-maze were studied. Bilateral microinjection of D1 receptor antagonist SCH 23390 (1 nM, 1 microliter) impaired both delayed and non-delayed(More)
The influence of the preceding conditioned reaction on the current conditioned performance was studied. Rats were trained to perform delayed and non-delayed spatial tasks in Y-maze. Two types of errors were analyzed: 1) the rats ran to the same maze arm as in the previous trial (errors of repetition), 2) the animals ran to the other arm (errors of(More)
  • 1