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Figure 4. From: ?9tetrahydrocannabinol impairs reversal learning but not extra-dimensional shifts in rhesus macaques.

Mean (N=10; SEM) blood levels of Δ9THC following injection with 0.2 mg/kg or 0.5 mg/kg THC. Statistically significant differences between the two doses are indicated with *.

M. Jerry Wright, et al. Neuroscience. 2013 April 3;235:51-58.
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Figure 3. From: ?9tetrahydrocannabinol impairs reversal learning but not extra-dimensional shifts in rhesus macaques.

The mean (N=8; ±SEM) latency to retrieve 15 raisins in the Bimanual Motor Skill task is depicted for the four treatment conditions. A significant difference from the baseline is depicted with the # and a difference from the vehicle condition at a given timepoint by *. SR = SR141716 (Rimonabant).

M. Jerry Wright, et al. Neuroscience. 2013 April 3;235:51-58.
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Figure 1. From: ?9tetrahydrocannabinol impairs reversal learning but not extra-dimensional shifts in rhesus macaques.

The mean errors-to-criterion are presented for Reversal Learning (upper panel; N=10) and Extradimensional Shift (lower panel; N=7) tasks. A significant difference from the vehicle condition within stage is indicated by *, between IDS and EDS stages by & and a difference between a reversal and the prior discrimination by #. Error bars indicate SEM. Task/stage abbreviations: Compound Discrimination, CD; Compound Reversal, CR; Intra-dimensional Shift, IDS; Extra-dimensional Shift, EDS; Extra-dimensional Reversal; EDR.

M. Jerry Wright, et al. Neuroscience. 2013 April 3;235:51-58.
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Figure 2. From: ?9tetrahydrocannabinol impairs reversal learning but not extra-dimensional shifts in rhesus macaques.

The mean (N=7; ±SEM) trial completion accuracy on the Spatial Delayed Response task is given under baseline conditions (upper panel) and following drug challenge (lower panel). A significant difference from the standard 1-sec retention interval (within treatment) is depicted by shaded symbols and from both the 1-sec trials within treatment and the vehicle condition for a given retention interval by open symbols. A difference from the 5-sec and 10-sec trials is depicted by # on the upper panel.

M. Jerry Wright, et al. Neuroscience. 2013 April 3;235:51-58.

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