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dc.contributor.advisorQuiroz Padilla, María Fernanda
dc.contributor.authorSánchez Sarmiento, Luisa Paola
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dc.date.created2014
dc.date.issued2014-04-24
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dc.description.abstractEste estudio evaluó la participación de la corteza infralímbica (IL) en los procesos del aprendizaje y reaprendizaje de ratas Wistar en la tarea de discriminación simple de olores. Para el logro de dicho objetivo, se realizaron lesiones bilaterales pre-entrenamiento con N-metil-D-Aspartato (NMDA) en la IL y se analizó el desempeño de los sujetos en la tarea de discriminación simple de olores (DSO) teniendo en cuenta la latencia (tiempo que tarda el animal en encontrar el reforzador en el aroma asociado), los errores (número de veces en que el animal busca el reforzador en el aroma que no ha sido asociado al refuerzo) y las omisiones (número de veces en que el animal se acerca al aroma correcto y no accede al reforzador). Los resultados muestran que en los tres primeros ensayos de la fase de adquisición, las ratas con lesión presentaron una latencia mayor que el grupo control vehículo ensayo 1: (P= 0.000); ensayo 2: (P= 0.022); ensayo 3: (P= 0.022), igualmente, presentaron un mayor número de errores y omisiones en el primer ensayo (P=0,000). Nota: Para consultar la carta de autorización de publicación de este documento por favor copie y pegue el siguiente enlace en su navegador de internet: http://hdl.handle.net/10818/10360es_CO
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dc.publisherUniversidad de La Sabana
dc.sourceUniversidad de la Sabana
dc.sourceIntellectum Repositorio Universidad de la Sabana
dc.subjectExperimentos en ratones -- Colombia
dc.subjectRatones -- Génetica
dc.subjectOlfato -- Olores
dc.titleParticipación de la corteza infralímbica en la tarea de discriminación simple de olores en ratases_CO
dc.typebachelorThesis
dc.publisher.programPsicología
dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de Psicología
dc.identifier.local259254
dc.identifier.localTE06401
dc.type.spaTesis de pregrado
dc.type.hasVersionpublishedVersion
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dc.creator.degreePsicólogo


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