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latent inhibition


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latent inhibition n.

latent inhibition n.

Latent Inhibition and Overswitching in Schizophrenia

Latent inhibition as reduced associability

Latent Inhibition as associative interference

Nicotine enhances latent inhibition and ameliorates ethanol-induced deficits in latent inhibition

Dopamine D1 receptor involvement in latent inhibition and overshadowing

Latent inhibition is disrupted by acute and repeated administration of corticosterone

Aberrant Attentional Processes in Schizophrenia as Reflected in Latent Inhibition Data

Short and long latency afferent inhibition in Parkinson’s disease

Construct Validity of the Animal Latent Inhibition Model of Selective Attention Deficits in Schizophrenia

Normal or enhanced short‐latency afferent inhibition in Parkinson’s disease?

Reply to: Normal or enhanced short‐latency afferent inhibition in Parkinson’s disease?

The BET bromodomain inhibitor JQ1 activates HIV latency through antagonizing Brd4 inhibition of Tat-transactivation

Clozapine-induced potentiation of latent inhibition is due to its action in the conditioning stage: implications for the mechanism of action of antipsychotic drugs

The M1/M4 preferring agonist xanomeline reverses amphetamine-, MK801- and scopolamine-induced abnormalities of latent inhibition: putative efficacy against positive, negative and cognitive symptoms in schizophrenia

Enhanced latent inhibition in dopamine receptor-deficient mice is sex-specific for the D1 but not D2 receptor subtype: implications for antipsychotic drug action

Towards an animal model of an antipsychotic drug-resistant cognitive impairment in schizophrenia: scopolamine induces abnormally persistent latent inhibition, which can be reversed by cognitive enhancers but not by antipsychotic drugs

 

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In classical conditioning, the retardation of learning caused by repeated presentation of the conditioned stimulus before the beginning of the conditioning process. LI abbrev.

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