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The Kamin blocking effect (KBE) is an established animal learning paradigm measuring selective processing, in which reduced blocking reflects allocation of greater processing resources to non-relevant information. Two KBE tasks are described below. Results from studies using the first (between-subjects) task indicate that KBE is abolished in acute(More)
BACKGROUND The role of the inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in schizophrenia has previously been investigated using postmortem material. Recently, using single photon emission tomography (SPET) with the selective benzodiazepine antagonist 123I-Iomazenil as the radioligand, we have demonstrated an in vivo relationship between(More)
We know: how to recover stereo camera geometry (given internal camera parameters). We would like: to automate this – in particular, as we go from 2 to many images. An image is characterized by • intensity values • the spatial distribution of these values An analysis/quantification of these characteristics is fundamental to just about any higher-level vision(More)
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