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Learning & Memory

November 2008 Volume 15, Number 11

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Differential Endocannabinoid Regulation of Extinction in Appetitive and Aversive Barnes Maze Tasks

    John P. Harloe, Andrew J. Thorpe & Aron H. Lichtman

    CB[subscript 1] receptor-compromised animals show profound deficits in extinguishing learned behavior from aversive conditioning tasks, but display normal extinction learning in appetitive operant ... More

    pp. 806-809

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  2. Consolidation of Sensorimotor Learning during Sleep

    Timothy P. Brawn, Kimberly M. Fenn, Howard C. Nusbaum & Daniel Margoliash

    Consolidation of nondeclarative memory is widely believed to benefit from sleep. However, evidence is mainly limited to tasks involving rote learning of the same stimulus or behavior, and recent... More

    pp. 815-819

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