Consolidation of memory for odor-reward association: beta-adrenergic receptor involvement in the late phase.

@article{Sara1999ConsolidationOM,
  title={Consolidation of memory for odor-reward association: beta-adrenergic receptor involvement in the late phase.},
  author={Susan Sara and Pascal Roullet and J. Przybyslawski},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  year={1999},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={88-96}
}
Experimentally naive rats can learn rapidly to discriminate among three odors to obtain food reinforcement. After three massed trials, they show almost errorless performance. This task has proved to be useful in studying time-dependent postacquisition intracellular processes necessary for long-term memory. The present experiments evaluated the temporal dynamics of the role of beta-noradrenergic receptors in long-term consolidation. Rats were implanted with intracerebroventricular cannulae and… CONTINUE READING
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