Toshitaka Matsuki

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Effects of repeated administration of methamphetamine (MAP) on a component of the cortical event-related potential (ERP), P3-like potential which corresponds to the human P3b, were examined in rats performing an active discrimination task. Rats were trained to press a bar within 1200 ms after cessation of a target tone (1000 Hz) lasting for 800 ms, and to(More)
To clarify some neurophysiological aspects of learning, we investigated the relationship between the course of learning and development of ERP and investigated developmental processes of ERPs. Nine male Sprague-Dawley rats were trained for a two-tone discrimination task and rat P3 and N1 component were longitudinally recorded. Both rat P3 and N1 gradually(More)
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