Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 1,627 items for :

Clear All

learning Trends Cogn. Sci. 8 10 457 464 . F. G. Ashby W. T

Restricted access

learning, with longer latency in searching for the platform. Inter-group analysis showed that Aβ increased escape latency compared with control group ( p  < 0.001) (Fig.  1 ). Fig. 1 . Average

Restricted access

, amplitude of electrophysiological parameters, resistance to poisons and performance of learning tasks in rats. J. Nutr. 119, 1880–1892 (1989) Durand G. The effects of dietary alphalinolenic acid on the composition of nerve

Restricted access

, providing the evolutionary basis of further development. Considering this latter possibility, it seems to be worth to study the facts, which support or refute the presence and working of three complex multicellular functions (learning, memory, and immunity

Restricted access

Gerhardt, P., Hasenöhrl, R. U., Huston, J. P. (1992) Enhanced learning produced by injection of neurokinin substance P into the region of the nucleus basalis magnocellularis: mediation by the N-terminal sequence. Exp. Neurol., 118 , 302

Restricted access

PC, Gould T, Briederick L, Chadman K, Polloch A, Young D, Shukitt-Hale B, Joseph J: Antioxidantsrich diets improve cerebrellar physiology and motor learning in aged rats. Brain Res. 886, 211–217 (2000) Joseph

Restricted access

Abstract

A considerable proportion of the total effect of a drug can be due to non-specific effects. Important sources of such effects are the expectations evoked by the look-and-feel of the curatives. In this study the origin of these expectations was examined. 109 female university students completed two paper-and-pencil tests about expected connections among look-and-feel of curatives and their effects, and about personal drug experiences. Significant preferences in perceptual characteristics were found in 10 drug effects out of 19. In 5 cases out of the 10 preferred tablets, the preferences were partly explainable by previous experiences of participants. Although direct learning as a source of tablet colour preferences is an obvious assumption, there has not been any research in this area. Possible consequences of changing drug expectations by direct learning are discussed and several health psychological conclusions are drawn.

Restricted access

6. References M. Ahissar S. Hochstein 1996 Learning pop-out detection: Specificities to

Restricted access

Fagerberg, T. - Rekkedal, T. - Russell, J. (2002): Designing and Trying out a Learning Environment for Mobile Learners and Teachers. Sub-project of the EU Leonardo Project "From e-Learning to m-Learning". Department for

Restricted access

learning Nature 387 401 406 . A. Arieli D. Shoham

Restricted access