Lucía Vicente Holgado

Lucía Vicente Holgado
University of Deusto | DEUSTO · Faculty of Psychology and Education

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Background: One issue that has received relatively little attention in the analyses of the neophobic responses to a novel flavor is the influence of the context in which the flavor is first encountered, along with the effect of this context on the habituation of neophobia when the flavor is repeatedly consumed. Considering the predictions of the C...
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Este libro se enmarca en la colección Investigación e intervención en Psicología e incluye ocho capítulos escritos por jóvenes investigadores que trabajan o han trabajado en el Laboratorio de Conducta Animal y Neurociencia de la Facultad de Psicología de la Universidad de Sevilla. En estos capítulos se conjuga la tradición de investigación que se h...
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Dopamine antagonist drugs have profound effects on locomotor activity. In particular, the administration of the D2 antagonist haloperidol produces a state that is similar to catalepsy. In order to confirm whether the modulation of the dopaminergic activity produced by haloperidol can act as an unconditioned stimulus, we carried out two experiments...
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Mean percent of freezing along sessions for Experiment 1 (SPSS file). (SAV)
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Mean percent of freezing along sessions for Experiment 2 (SPSS file). (SAV)
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When the effects of a drug are repeatedly associated with a neutral stimulus a Conditioned Response (CR) emerges that can be similar or opposed to the unconditional reaction induced by the drug. In previous experiments it has been demonstrated that administration of a dopamine agonist in the presence of a specific context results in a conditioned i...
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Dopamine antagonist drugs have profound effects on locomotor activity. In particular, the administration of the D2 antagonist haloperidol produces a state that is similar to catalepsy. In order to confirm whether the modulation of the dopaminergic activity produced by haloperidol can act as an unconditioned stimulus, we carried out two experiments...

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