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The Power of Interstimulus Interval for the Assessment of Temporal Processing in Rodents

DOI :

10.3791/58659-v

April 19th, 2019

April 19th, 2019

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1Program in Behavioral Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina

Temporal processing, a preattentive process, may underlie deficits in higher-level cognitive processes, including attention, commonly observed in neurocognitive disorders. Using prepulse inhibition as an exemplar paradigm, we present a protocol for manipulating interstimulus interval (ISI) to establish the shape of the ISI function to provide an assessment of temporal processing.

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