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FIGURE 12.2 Predicted effect of dopamine agonist methamphetamine in the gap procedure. Upper panels: Predicted accumulation of temporal units in peak-interval and gap trials under vehicle. The switch hypothesis (left) predicts a rightward shift in peak time equal to the duration of the gap; the decay hypothesis predicts that the rightward shift of the peak time increases with the duration of the gap. Lower panels: Predicted faster accumulation of temporal units under indirect dopamine agonist MAP. In both PI and gap trials the peak time is predicted to shift leftward due to faster accumulation. However, the difference in peak time between PI and gap trials under MAP (lower panels) is predicted to be similar to that in the vehicle condition (upper panels).

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Peak-Interval Trials

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