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Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova. 2006 Jan-Feb;56(1):22-37.

[Individual typological features reflected in different stages of learning and related changes in dopamine transport in the mesolimbic brain].

[Article in Russian]

Abstract

A hypothesis is proposed according to which there is a strong similarity between the individual typological features of animals (humans) and different stages of learning processes. The hypothesis is supported by the results of comparisons of psychophysiological and neurochemical indices of different stages of conditioning and various typologies of higher nervous activity. Such comparisons reveal a high similarity between the generalization phase and impulsivity, the phase a learned conditioned reflex and self-controlled behaviour, and overlearned CR and a state of "psychosis". Functional states close to pathology and possibilities of development and manifestation of several psychotic states depending on psychophysiological and neurochemical organization of learning processes are also considered.

PMID:
16583674
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