Dissociation of motor hyperactivity and spatial memory deficits by selective hippocampal lesions in the neonatal rat.


Abstract Hippocampal lesions can disrupt the acquisition of new memories and tend to increase motor activity. Although hyperactivity may affect exploration, it is unclear how these performance variables contribute to the learning deficit and it is also not known which brain structures are involved. The present study provides evidence for a dissociation… (More)
DOI: 10.1162/jocn.1994.6.4.321


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