Table 4 Effects of MAM on 5-Choice Performance with Variable ITIs

From: Gestational Methylazoxymethanol Acetate Treatment Impairs Select Cognitive Functions: Parallels to Schizophrenia

   ITI Length (s)
Measure Group 3.5 5.5 7.5 9.5
(A) Accuracy SAL 89.1 (3.9) 80.2 (5.6) 72.2 (5.8) 77.1 (6.2)
  MAM 88.9 (3.8) 83.1 (3.8) 75.4 (4.0) 76.7 (6.1)
(B) Premature SAL 0.7 (0.3) 2.1 (0.9) 9.2 (4.8) 11.8 (4.5)
  MAM 1.4 (0.5) 2.0 (0.5) 8.5 (2.5) 21.3 (4.4)
(C) Omission SAL 21.2 (5.6) 18.2 (2.5) 18.7 (4.0) 26.4 (6.1)
  MAM 19.0 (4.1) 15.8 (3.4) 18.6 (4.3) 26.0 (7.2)
  1. Mean (+SEM) percent accuracy (A), premature responses (B), number of omitted trials (C), in MAM- vs saline-treated animals during a session with a variable intertrial interval (ITI). Overall, no significant differences were observed between MAM and saline animals in regards to accuracy, omission, or premature responses.