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Latent inhibition : cognition, neuroscience, and applications to schizophrenia

Author: Robert E Lubow; Ina Weiner
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
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"Latent inhibition is a phenomenon by which exposure to an irrelevant stimulus impedes the acquisition or expression of conditioned associations with that stimulus. Latent inhibition, an integral part of the learning process, is observed in many species. This comprehensive collection of studies of latent inhibition, from a variety of disciplines including behavioural/cognitive psychology, neuroscience and genetics,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Latent inhibition.
Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010
(DLC) 2010004397
(OCoLC)529295659
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert E Lubow; Ina Weiner
ISBN: 9780511729409 0511729405 0511726104 9780511726101
OCLC Number: 646816139
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 561 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Preface R.E. Lubow and Ina Weiner; 1. A short history of latent inhibition research R.E. Lubow; Part I. Behaviour and Cognition: 2. Latent inhibition and extinction: their signature phenomena and the role of error correction R.F. Westbrook and M.E. Bouton; 3. Inter-stage context and time as determinants of latent inhibition G.L. De la Casa and Oskar Pineno; 4. Latent inhibition: acquisition or performance deficit? Martha Escobar and Ralph Miller; 5. Latent inhibition and learned irrelevance in human contingency learning M.E. LePelley and Mia Schmidt-Hansen; 6. Associative and non-associative processes in latent inhibition: an elaboration of the Pearce-Hall model Geoffrey Hall and G. Rodriguez; 7. From latent inhibition to retrospective reevaluation learning: an attentional-associative model Nestor Schmajuk; 8. Latent inhibition and habituation: evaluation of an associative analysis R.C. Honey, M. Iordanova and M. Good; 9. Latent inhibition and creativity Shelley Carson; Part II. Neurobiology: 10. The phylogenetic distribution of latent inhibition R.E. Lubow; 11. The genetic component of latent inhibition: studies of inbred and mutant mice Tatiana Lipina and John Roder; 12. A comparison of mechanisms underlying the CS-US Association and the CS-Nothing Association T. Gould; 13. The pharmacology of latent inhibition and its relevance to schizophrenia Ina Weiner and M. Arad; 14. Parahippocampal region-dopaminergic neuron relationships in latent inhibition A. Louilot, J. Jeanblanc, Y. Peterschmitt and F. Meyer; 15. Latent inhibition and other effects from salience modulation: do they share the same neural substrates? Helen Cassaday and Paul Moran; 16. What the brain teaches us about latent inhibition (LI): the neural substrates of the expression and prevention of LI Ina Weiner; Part III. Latent Inhibition and Schizophrenia: 17. Latent inhibition in schizophrenia and schizotypy: a review of the empirical literature Veena Kumari and Ulrich Ettinger; 18. A cautionary note about latent inhibition in schizophrenia: are we ignoring relevant information? Neil Swerdlow; 19. Latent inhibition as a function of anxiety and stress: implications for schizophrenia Hedva Braunstein-Bercovitz; 20. Nicotinic modulation of attentional deficits in schizophrenia Paul Schnur and Allison Hoffman; 21. Latent inhibition and schizophrenia: the ins and outs of context R.E. Lubow; 22. Summary and conclusions: some unresolved and controversial issues in latent inhibition research and theory R.E. Lubow and Ina Weiner.
Responsibility: edited by R.E. Lubow and Ina Weiner.

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A complete analysis of latent inhibition and schizophrenia translational research across interdisciplinary boundaries for researchers, graduate students and professionals.  Read more...
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