Karin E. Heidmann

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Disturbed cortical gamma band oscillations (30-80 Hz) have been observed in schizophrenia: positive symptoms of the disease correlate with an increase in gamma oscillation power, whereas negative symptoms are associated with a decrease. EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH Here we investigated the effects of first and second generation(More)
Cortical gamma oscillations are associated with cognitive processes and are altered in several neuropsychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia and Alzheimer's disease. Since dopamine D3 receptors are possible targets in treatment of these conditions, it is of great importance to understand their role in modulation of gamma oscillations. The effect of D3(More)
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