Rogers & Kesner (2003)

IB Psychology: Rogers & Kesner (2003)

Rogers & Kesner (2003) carried out a study of the role of acetylcholine on memory. You can use this study for the following learning objectives:Discuss research methods used in the biological approach.Effects of neurotransmission on human behaviour.The use of animal models to understand human behaviour.Ethics of using animals for research.In the hippocampus, there is a high concentration of acetylcholine receptor sites....


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Comments 5

Sara Dean 9 January 2018 - 16:10

Hi John,

Is Rogers and Kesner the same as Martinez and Kesner, or is this new research including Rogers? Thank you as always! Sara

John Crane 10 January 2018 - 18:44

Rogers and Kesner is very similar to Martinez and Kesner. Since there has been a long debate about the actual publication Martinez and Kesner's work, I have put here Rogers and Kesner's study -and the video still has Martinez and Kesner. This gives a richer and more documented approach to the study.

Sara Dean 12 January 2018 - 08:47

Thank you for clarifying!

Katherine Newman 27 February 2018 - 21:59

Hi John, the link for the maze seems to be missing. Thanks Katherine

John Crane 1 March 2018 - 13:34

Dear Katherine - fixed.


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