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KomplettPlagiat
Bearbeiter
Hindemith
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Untersuchte Arbeit:
Seite: 37, Zeilen: 14-23
Quelle: Beckner 2004
Seite(n): 49, 50, Zeilen: 49: 25ff; 50: 1-3, 15-20
Studies with corticosteroid receptor agonists and antagonists suggest that low levels of corticosteroids (in which MRs are fully occupied) may influence attention to encoding of relevant stimuli, while increasing levels associated with stress (in which GRs start to become occupied) act on consolidation processes (with moderate doses facilitating memory and very high doses impairing it). Thus the majority of human studies, in attempting to approximate moderate stress, may be raising cortisol levels beyond the peak of the inverted-U, thereby resulting in detrimental effects on memory. Animal studies showing a facilitative effect of stress-levels of corticosterone on memory may instead be achieving the peak for those species. Clearly more research on dose-dependent effects in humans is needed to shed light on this issue. Studies with corticosteroid receptor agonists and antagonists suggest that low levels of corticosteroids (in which mineralocorticoid receptors are fully occupied) may influence attention and encoding of

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relevant stimuli, while increasing levels associated with stress (in which glucocorticoid receptors start to become occupied) act on consolidation processes (with moderate doses facilitating memory and very high doses impairing it).

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Thus the majority of human studies reviewed above, in attempting to approximate moderate stress, may be raising cortisol levels beyond the peak of the inverted-U, resulting in detrimental effects on memory. Animal studies showing a facilitative effect of stress-levels of corticosterone on memory may instead be achieving the peak for those species. Clearly more research on dose-dependent effects in humans is needed to shed light on this issue.

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