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TitleConditioning [electronic resource] : Representation of Involved Neural Functions / edited by Charles D. Woody
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1982
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-0701-4
Descript XIII, 748 p. online resource

SUMMARY

I would like to thank all those who contributed to the success of this symposium and its proceedings by providing the material herein. The purpose of the symposium was to examine current knowยญ ledge of the brain's function in supporting conditioned behavior. The research of those assembled has led to much of this knowledge. It is a pleasure to acknowledge the organizational help of Drs. D. Alkon, D. Cohen, J. Disterhoft, T. Thach, R. Thompson, and L. Voronin, and also the UCLA Brain Research Institute, the UCLA Mental Reยญ tardation Research Center, and Dolores Squires, who assisted faithยญ fully in the administrative organization of the symposium. Special thanks are also due the publisher and publishing editor, James Busis, for lending us their expertise in the preparation of camera-ready material and its rapid publication. C. D. Woody CONTENTS THE ROLE OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS IN THE ACQUISITION OF LEARNED BEHAVIOR Role of the Hippocampus in Reversal Learning of the Rabbit Nictitating Membrane Response 1 Theodore W. Berger and William B. Orr Long Term Modulation of Intrinsic Membrane Prop- ties of Hippocampal Neurons". . . โ{128}ข . . . . . . . . . . . 13 L. S. Benardo and D. A. Prince Visual and Auditory Cues Support Place Field Ac- vity of Hippocampal Units in the Rat . . . . . . . 37 Phillip J. Best and Alvin J. Hill Hippocampal Plasticity and Excitatory Neurotransยญ mitters . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Carl W. Cotman, Graham E. Fagg, and Thomas H


CONTENT

The Role of the Hippocampus in the Acquisition of Learned Behavior -- Role of the Hippocampus in Reversal Learning of the Rabbit Nictitating Membrane Response -- Long Term Modulation of Intrinsic Membrane Properties of Hippocampal Neurons -- Visual and Auditory Cues Support Place Field Activity of Hippocampal Units in the Rat -- Hippocampal Plasticity and Excitatory Neurotransmitters -- Neural Activity in the Dentate Gyrus of the Rat During the Acquisition and Performance of Simple and Complex Sensory Discrimination Learning -- Mnemonic Function of the Hippocampus: Correspondence between Animals and Humans -- Tonic and Phasic Firing of Rat Hippocampal Complex-Spike Cells in Three Different Situations: Context and Place -- Hippocampal Function and Memory Processes -- Neuronal Substrates of learning and Memory: Hippocampus and Other Structures -- Activity of Dentate Gyrus During NM Conditioning in Rabbit -- Cellular Basis of Conditioning -- A Biophysical Basis for Molluscan Associative Learning -- A Postsynaptic Mechanism Underlying Long-Lasting Changes in the Excitability of Pyramidal Tract Neurones in the Anaesthetized Cat -- Direct Measurements of cAMP Effects on Membrane Conductance, Intracellular Ca2+ and pH in Molluscan Neurons -- Cellular Basis of Operant-Conditioning of Leg Position -- Synaptic Plasticity Underlying the Cerebellar Motor Learning Investigated in Rabbitโ{128}{153}s Flocculus -- Classical Conditioning Mediated by the Red Nucleus in the Cat -- Neurophysiologic Correlates of Latent Facilitation -- Processes Underlying One Form of Synaptic Plasticity: Facilitation -- Instrumental Conditioning and Electrophysiological Studies in Primates -- Activity of Neurons in Area 4 and in Area 5 of Monkey During Operant Conditioning of a Flexion Movement -- Role of Motor Cortex Cells in Control of Operantly Conditioned Muscle Activity -- Cortical Neuron Activity in the Temporal Organization of Behavior -- Studies of Auditory Cortex in Behaviorally Trained Monkeys -- Reflections on Early Studies of Cortical Unit Activity During Conditioning in the Monkey -- Prefrontal Neuron Activities, Reversal and Error Performance -- Behavioral Modification of Response Characteristics of Cells in the Auditory System -- Neuronal Mechanisms Underlying the Formation and Disconnection of Associations Between Visual Stimuli and Reinforcement in Primates -- Functional Significance of Visually Triggered Discharges in Eye Movement Related Neurons -- Neuronal Activity in Central Thalamus of Primates and the Voluntary Control of the Gaze -- Cerebellar Learning in Limb Movements? -- Nictitating Membrane and Eyeblink Conditioning -- Septo-Hippocampal Activity and Learning Rate -- Analyzing the Rabbit NM Conditioned Reflex Arc -- Excitability Changes of Facial Motoneurons of Cats Related to Conditioned and Unconditioned Facial Motor Responses -- The Metencephalic Basis of the Conditioned Nictitating Membrane Response -- Conditioning: Other Preparations, Other Loci, and Other Approaches -- Auditory Response Enhancement During Differential Conditioning in Behaving Rats -- Endogenous Auditory Potentials in the Cat : A P300 Model -- Central Processing Time for a Conditioned Response in a Vertebrate Model System -- Mechanism and Generality of Stimulus Significance Coding in a Mammalian Model System -- The Neural Integration of Feeding and Drinking Habits -- The Amygdala Central Nucleus: Contributions to Conditioned Cardiovascular Responding during Aversive Pavlovian Conditioning in the Rabbit -- Conditioning: Modification by Peripheral Mechanisms -- Central Mechanisms Responsible for Classically Conditioned Changes in Neuronal Activity -- Associative Processes in Spinal Reflexes -- Plasticity, Experience and Resource Allocation in Motor Cortex and Hypothalamus -- A Neural Analog of Conditioning: Modifications of Pyramidal Tract Response -- Classical Conditioning in Aplysia: Neuronal Circuits Involved in Associative Learning -- Sensory Plasticity and Learning: The Magnocellular Medial Geniculate Nucleus of the Auditory System


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