Charles D Kassardjian

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The basis for the consolidation of memory is a controversial topic, particularly in the case of motor memory. One view is that motor memory is transferred, partially or completely, to a new location during the consolidation process ("systems consolidation"). We investigated this possibility in a primitive motor system, the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR). In(More)
Motor memory is relatively labile immediately after learning but can become more stable through consolidation. We investigated consolidation of motor memory in the vestibuloocular reflex (VOR). Cats viewed the world through telescopic lenses during 60 min of passive rotation. Learned decreases (gain-down learning) and increases in the VOR gain (gain-up(More)
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