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Neurocognitive models of schizophrenia: The prefrontal cortex role Modelos neurocognitivos en la esquizofrenia: Rol del córtex prefrontal
Introduction: Neurocognitive models gave place to an important improvement in our understanding of several mental disorders such as schizophrenia. In this context, Prefrontal cortex (PFC) dysfunction is an essential variable ...
Prefrontal cortex excitability in early postnatally malnourished rats
(Informa Healthcare, 1986)
The effect of early postnatal malnutrition on the responsiveness of the rat prefrontal cortex was studied by determining excitability thresholds and fatigability to direct cortical stimulation. Malnutrition imposed during ...
Córtex prefrontal y trastornos del comportamiento: Modelos explicativos y métodos de evaluación
Dysfunction of prefrontal cortex explains the symptoms of many neurological and psychiatric disorders, such as the consequences of cerebral trauma and schizophrenia. Although the importance of frontal lobe functions in ...
Papel do cortex pré-frontal medial no comportamento defensivo de camundongos : avaliação farmacológica da lateralização funcional
(Universidade Federal de São CarlosUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Ciências FisiológicasCâmpus São Carlos, 2017-04-13)
Stressful situations are risk factors to the development of neuropsychiatric diseases, as anxiety disorders. However, not everyone who experiences stressful events develops stress-related illness. That is due to the existence ...
Proteome analysis of human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex using shotgun mass spectrometry
(WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH, 2008)
The prefrontal cortex executes important functions such as differentiation of conflicting thoughts, correct social behavior and personality expression, and is directly implicated in different neurodegenerative diseases. ...
Distribuição de neurônios imunorreativos para calbindina e calretinina no córtex pré-frontal do macaco-prego - Sapajus (Cebus apella)
(Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), 2013-09-16)
The prefrontal cortex (PfC) occupies the most anterior region of the frontal lobe, showing from a phylogenetic viewpoint a progressive increase of surface. This development has been associated with the acquisition of ...