V . V . Sidorina

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Depending on the food-procuring strategy in a “right to choose” reinforcements with different food values, cats were classified as “self-controlled,” “ambivalent,” or “impulsive” on the basis of significant differences in the occurrence of different types of reflexes. The organization of interneuronal interactions in the frontal, visual, and motor areas of(More)
Cats placed in the situation of a choosing between a high-value time-delayed and a low-value immediate food rewards elected to wait for the preferred reward or to obtain the worse reward quickly. On the basis of the selected behavior strategy the cats were classified into three groups— self-control ones, choosing predominantly a delayed high-value food(More)
During our experiments on cats was investigated the subthalamic neuron activity at different types of behavior in case of reinforcement choice depending on its value and availability. In chronic experiences the multiunit activity in subthalamic nucleus (STN) and orbitofrontal cortex (FC) has been recorded. Multiunit activity was analyzed over frequency and(More)
Results obtained at the single (cell discharge) and network levels of activity of cells in the frontal and visual cortex in animals with different types of behavior identified the characteristics of the activity of these structures in normal conditions and after local administration of blockers of dopaminergic D1/D2 receptors (SCH23390 and raclopride) into(More)
Experiments using a "right to choose" food reinforcement model showed that animals were capable of "impulsive" behavior resulting in receipt of low-quality reinforcement and "self-controlled" behavior leading to receipt of food of better quality. Local bilateral administration of 5-HT1A and 5-HT2A/C receptor agonists (8-OH-DPAT, DOI), a 5-HT2A/C receptor(More)
In behavior model of "right of choice" of value of appetitive reinforcement animals have classified in self-control, ambivalent and impulsive groups based on significant distinctions in displays of short delayed or long delayed reflexes. The organization of functional cross correlation interneuron interactions in frontal, visual, motor cortical areas and(More)
The organization of frontal and motor cortex network activity in situations with simple (without a choice) and difficult decision-making when there is a possibility of behavior choice strategy is shown. At development of delay reflexes with one reinforcement (without a choice) animals did not differ on behavior and showed high criterion of right answers.(More)
The organization of the network activity of neurons in the frontal and motor areas of the cortex was demonstrated in cats taking simple (no choice) and complex decisions with the opportunity to choose a behavioral strategy. On acquisition of delayed reflexes with a single reinforcement (no choice), there were no behavioral differences between the animals(More)
The results obtained at the levels of single and network neuronal activity in the frontal and visual cortices of cats with different types of behavior revealed features of activity of these structures in normal conditions and after local introductions of antagonists of DI/D2 receptors (SCH23390 and raclopride) into the n. accumbens and frontal cortex. Under(More)
Unit and network activity of neurons in the visual, sensorimotor, and frontal cortical areas and dorsal striatum was investigated in cats under conditions of choice of the reinforcement value depending on its delay. The animals did not differ from each other in behavior. After immediate or delayed responses cats got low- or highly-valuable reinforcement,(More)