Dissociated paradoxical sleep deprivation effects on inhibitory avoidance and conditioned fear.

@article{Bueno1994DissociatedPS,
  title={Dissociated paradoxical sleep deprivation effects on inhibitory avoidance and conditioned fear.},
  author={Orlando Francisco Amodeu Bueno and Lauren Lobo and Maria Gabriela M Oliveira and E B Gugliano and A C Pomarico and Sergio Brasil Tufik},
  journal={Physiology & behavior},
  year={1994},
  volume={56 4},
  pages={775-9}
}
Rats were submitted to paradoxical sleep deprivation (PSD) for 24, 72, or 96 h and were trained on a double aversively motivated task, encompassing a step-through inhibitory avoidance and a classical conditioning of fear to a brief tone serving as conditional stimulus. Retention test of the inhibitory avoidance was performed at the same apparatus of training (without tone presentation). Retention of conditioned fear was assessed in an open field apparatus, where the freezing reaction to the… CONTINUE READING

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