Central localization of plasticity involved in appetitive conditioning in Lymnaea.

@article{Straub2004CentralLO,
  title={Central localization of plasticity involved in appetitive conditioning in Lymnaea.},
  author={Volko A. Straub and Benjamin J Styles and Julie S Ireland and Michael O'Shea and Paul R. Benjamin},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  year={2004},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={787-93}
}
Learning to associate a conditioned (CS) and unconditioned stimulus (US) results in changes in the processing of CS information. Here, we address directly the question whether chemical appetitive conditioning of Lymnaea feeding behavior involves changes in the peripheral and/or central processing of the CS by using extracellular recording techniques to monitor neuronal activity at two stages of the sensory processing pathway. Our data show that appetitive conditioning does not affect… CONTINUE READING
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