Concurrent assessment of memory for object and place: Evidence for different preferential importance of perirhinal cortex and hippocampus and for promnestic effect of a neurokinin-3 R agonist

@article{Chao2016ConcurrentAO,
  title={Concurrent assessment of memory for object and place: Evidence for different preferential importance of perirhinal cortex and hippocampus and for promnestic effect of a neurokinin-3 R agonist},
  author={Owen Yuan-Hsin Chao and J. Patrick Huston and Susanne Pd Dr. Nikolaus and Maria Angelica de Souza Silva},
  journal={Neurobiology of Learning and Memory},
  year={2016},
  volume={130},
  pages={149-158}
}
We here explore the utility of a paradigm that allows the simultaneous assessment of memory for object (what) and object location (where) and their comparative predominance. Two identical objects are presented during a familiarity trial; during the test trial one of these is displaced, and a new object is presented in a familiar location. When tested 5 or 80min later, rats explored both the novel and the displaced objects more than two familiar stationary objects, indicating intact memory for… CONTINUE READING
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