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|Statement||Mark R. Rosenzweig and Edward L. Bennett, editors ; prepared with the support of the National Institute of Education.|
|Contributions||Rosenzweig, Mark R., Bennett, Edward L., National Institute of Education (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QP406 .N48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 637 p. :|
|Number of Pages||637|
|LC Control Number||75035780|
14 Mechanisms of Learning, Memory, and Plasticity in Adult Sensory Cortex; 15 Gradients of Cortical Plasticity; 16 Hippocampal Synaptic Enhancement as a Basis for Learning and Memory: 17 Neural Mechanisms of Associative Memory: 18 Parallel Properties of Long-Term Potentiation and Memory; 19 On the Relevance of Long-Term Potentiation to Learning Author: Serge Laroche. Current research approaches to neural mechanisms of learning and memory: preliminary report on a conference held at Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, California. Publisher: Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health, Education & Welfare, National Institute of Education,
14 Mechanisms of Learning, Memory, and Plasticity in Adult Sensory Cortex; 15 Gradients of Cortical Plasticity; IV Long-Term Potentiation and Memory. 16 Hippocampal Synaptic Enhancement as a Basis for Learning and Memory: 17 Neural Mechanisms of Associative Memory: 18 Parallel Properties of Long-Term Potentiation and Memory. The study of human learning and memory is vast, and the goal of the present article is to help orient new students of memory to the lay of the land in memory research. There is a great deal of research on memory that spans a wide variety of methods and disciplines, from the study of neural mechanisms of memory in invertebrate animals to the File Size: KB.
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Get this from a library. Neural mechanisms of learning and memory. [Mark R Rosenzweig; Edward L Bennett; National Institute of Education (U.S.),;] -- This volume presents papers given during a five-day conference dealing with current research approaches being used to find out how learning and memory occur in terms of neural processes -- Preface.
Thus the search for the mechanisms underlying learning has focused on neural changes that depend on contiguity and repetition.
There is, however, accumulating evidence that this view may fail to capture a number of critical features of the learning process and fail to appreciate a fundamental function of by: The neural mechanisms of learning, memory formation and decision making remain to be fully elucidated.
Neuroscientists apply a variety of methods, both in animals and humans, ranging from single cell recordings to whole brain imaging, to disentangle specific aspects of learning. Learning and memory are two closely related phenomena that allow living beings to acquire new knowledge of the world and to retain it.
They shape the individual personality and relationship with the world outside. Memory’s molecular mechanisms are highly conserved among different species ranging from Drosophila to by: 1.
Neural mechanisms of memory integration. Human and animal lesion work highlights the critical roles of the hippocampus  and medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC [9, 10]) in memory integration (Figure 2).Damage to these structures impairs the ability to combine information acquired during different episodes despite intact memory for previously learned by: Hypothalamic mechanisms for motivational and species-typical behavior, learning and memory, and the behavior of hippocampal neurons during conditioning experiments are also discussed.
Psychologists, neurologists, and psychobiologists will find the book very insightful. Mechanisms of Memory, Third Edition, is the only available comprehensive overview of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying higher-order learning and memory. Focusing on mechanisms relevant to hippocampus-dependent memory formation, the book progresses systematically from behavior to cellular physiology at molecular and genetic Edition: 3.
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Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. The MIT Press. American Libraries. Uploaded by ruth-worboys on July 5, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The search for neural mechanisms of memory has been under way for more than a century. The pace quickened in the s when investigators found that training or differential experience leads to significant changes in brain neurochemistry, anatomy, and electrophysiology.
Many steps have now been identified in the neurochemical cascade that starts with neural stimulation and. Recent studies show that neuronal mechanisms for learning and memory both dynamically modulate and permanently alter the representations of visual stimuli in the adult monkey : Robert Desimone.
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For this special issue of Biology, we invite research articles from any field of neuroscience to help expand our understanding of the neural mechanisms of learning and memory. Prof. Bertram Opitz Guest Editor.
Manuscript Submission Information. Manuscripts should be submitted online at by registering and logging in to this website. Time to rethink the neural mechanisms of learning and memory. the nature of the memory mechanisms. ties of the neuron or neural circuit (that is, of the memory element).
Gluck MA, Thompson RF (): Modeling the neural substrates of associative learning and memory: A computational approach. Psychological Review (in press) Google Scholar Greenough WT (): Structural correlates of information storage Cited by: 7. Purchase Mechanisms of Memory - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book.
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Bennett (eds.). Neural Mechanisms of Learning and Memory. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, Pp. xiii + $ Show all authors. Lewis R. Aiken. Lewis R. Aiken. University of North Carolina at Greensboro See all articles by this : Lewis R. Aiken. Neural correlates of learning and memory assessed at the level of single neuron and population firing patterns and imaging.
Cellular events that underlie plasticity related to learning and memory. Molecular and genetic mechanisms underlying specific aspects of learning and memory function.
Fuster is a pioneer of cognitive neuroscience at UCLA. For many years of his distinguished career he has endeavored to clarify the neural mechanisms of cognitive functions, especially attention, perception and memory.
His research in neuroscience is not. We review the main experimental findings and discuss possible neural mechanisms, and show that a learning-based, feedforward model provides a neurophysiologically plausible and consistent summary Cited by:.
evidence for the neural mechanisms that sup-port memory integration. We then turn to a discussion the range of behaviors that might be supported by integration, from ﬂexible navigation to imagination and creativity. Finally, we set forth questions for future research.
Human mechanisms of memory integration and animal lesion work highlights File Size: 1MB. Neural mechanisms for visual memory and their role in attention. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93 (24), – PubMed Google ScholarCited by: Much of what has been learned about the neural and molecular mechanisms of learning and memory have come from the use of so called “model systems” that are amenable to cellular analyses.
One of those model systems is illustrated in Figure A. Aplysia californica is found in the tidal pools along the coast of Southern California.