3 edition of Molecular approaches to learning and memory. found in the catalog.
Molecular approaches to learning and memory.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited by William L. Byrne.|
|Contributions||Byrne, William L., 1927- ed.|
|LC Classifications||QP406 .M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 358 p.|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||69012283|
Memory is one of the most fundamental mental processes. Neuroscientists study this process by using extremely diverse strategies. Two different approaches aimed at understanding learning and. Long-term potentiation (LTP) is the predominant experimental model for the synaptic plasticity mechanisms thought to underlie learning and memory. This review is focused on the contributions of genetics to the understanding of the role of LTP in learning and memory. These studies have used a combination of genetics, molecular biology, neurophysiology, and psychology to demonstrate that Cited by:
Some researchers have proposed that an experience creates a molecular “tag” at activated synapses, the connections between neurons. The tag allows synapses to capture newly made proteins and thus solidify a memory. But the molecular details of the process have been a mystery. This chapter describes the ways in which these components and properties of the nervous system are used to mediate two of its most important functions: learning and memory. Neuroscientists are beginning to have a reasonably detailed cellular and molecular theory of simple forms or aspects of learning and by:
The volume concludes with consider- ations of the contributions of epigenetic studies and optogenetic approaches to the study of memory and a proposed hypothesis to link molecular synaptic changes. Synaptic Junction Electrical Input Molecular Biological Approach Permanent Memory Cortical Electrical Activity These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by:
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Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference is the most comprehensive source of information about learning and memory ever assembled, and the definitive reference work on the topic.
In four volumes, Editor-in-Chief John H. Byrne (University of Texas), together with volume editors Howard Eichenbaum (Boston University) for Systems and Neuroscience, Randolf Menzel (Freie Universität Berlin) for Behavioral Approaches, Henry Roediger. The goal of this book is to bridge these two systems of understanding and, in so doing, to create a new model of understanding, one which emphasizes the relatedness between the molecular basis of memory and the cognitive aspects of memory/5(13).
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Barondes, S.H.: Some critical variables in studies of the effect of inhibitors of protein synthesis on memory. In: Molecular Approaches to Learning and Memory, ed. by W.L.
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It is this type of experimental approach that can fully leverage the advantages of TMS in studies of memory and learning.
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Neuroscientists study this process by using extremely diverse strategies. Two different approaches aimed at understanding learning and memory were introduced in this symposium. The first focuses on the roles played by synaptic plasticity, especially in long-term depression in the cerebellum in motor learning, and its Cited by: Recent advances in the science of learning and memory have challenged common assumptions about how learning happens.
Specifically, recent work has shown that retrieval is critical for robust, durable, long-term learning. Every time a memory is retrieved, that memory becomes more accessible in.
Summary. Learning is the process of acquiring new information and memory is the retention or storage of that information. Different types of learning, such as non-associative and associative learning, and different types of memory, such as long-term and short-term memory.
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Neurobiology of Learning and Memory publishes articles examining the neurobiological mechanisms underlying learning and memory at all levels of analysis ranging from molecular biology to synaptic and neural plasticity and behavior. We are especially interested in manuscripts that examine the neural circuits and molecular mechanisms underlying learning, memory and plasticity in both.
Previous synaptic tagging studies showed that there are molecular physiological rules that determine which synapses are stably potentiated, suggesting that the commitment of specific synapses to memory is not random.
Molecular tags may temporarily mark synapses activated during learning so that transcriptional products coming from the cell body stabilize synaptic changes Cited by: Pavlovian fear conditioning is a particularly useful behavioral paradigm for exploring the molecular mechanisms of learning and memory because a well-defined response to a specific environmental stimulus is produced through associative learning by: In Learning & Memory, leading researcher Howard Eichenbaum provides a new-fashioned synthesis of the contemporary learning and memory fields.
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