Madhvi Patil

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The amygdala is involved in the associative processes for both appetitive and aversive emotions, and its function is modulated by stress hormones. The neuropeptide corticotrophin releasing factor (CRF) is released during stress and has been linked to many stress-related behavioral, autonomic, and endocrine responses. In the present study,(More)
Computational modeling assists in analyzing the specific functional role of the cellular effects of acetylcholine within cortical structures. In particular, acetylcholine may regulate the dynamics of encoding and retrieval of information by regulating the magnitude of synaptic transmission at excitatory recurrent connections. Many abstract models of(More)
These changes in signal-to-noise ratio presumably result veena Ma, and Milos Cekic. Noradrenergic suppression of synap-from the modulatory effects of norepinephrine on cellular tic transmission may influence cortical signal-to-noise ratio. J. physiology. A number of cellular effects of norepinephrine Neurophysiol. 77: 3326–3339, 1997. Norepinephrine has(More)
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