S C Hammett

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Event-related potentials (ERPs) to spoken sentences were recorded from young and elderly subjects. Sentences ended in semantically typical or atypical words. Subjects listened to the sentences during two attention conditions. In a semantic attention task, subjects listened to the meanings of the sentences for a subsequent memory test. In a phonemic(More)
Chronic administration of drugs which interfere with normal neurotransmission within animal nervous tissue (e.g. neurotransmitter receptor antagonists) is known to result in the development of behavioral supersensitivity. During recent years, evidence has been presented which indicates that neurotransmitter receptor agonists also produce behavioral(More)
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