Changes in Rabbit Cerebellar Cortical and Interpositus Nucleus Activity during Acquisition, Extinction, and Backward Classical Eyelid Conditioning

@article{Gould1996ChangesIR,
  title={Changes in Rabbit Cerebellar Cortical and Interpositus Nucleus Activity during Acquisition, Extinction, and Backward Classical Eyelid Conditioning},
  author={Thomas J Gould and Joseph E. Steinmetz},
  journal={Neurobiology of Learning and Memory},
  year={1996},
  volume={65},
  pages={17-34}
}
Multiple- and single-unit neuronal activities were recorded from cerebellar cortex (Larsell's lobule HVI and adjacent ansiform cortex) and the cerebellar interpositus nucleus during forward (CS-US), backward (US-CS), and explicitly unpaired classical eyeblink conditioning in several rabbits. Whereas learning-related activity was observed in the interpositus nucleus only during forward pairing of the conditioning stimuli, a variety of patterns of learning-related neuronal firings were observed… CONTINUE READING

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