Entorhinal but not hippocampal or subicular lesions disrupt latent inhibition in rats.

@article{Coutureau1999EntorhinalBN,
  title={Entorhinal but not hippocampal or subicular lesions disrupt latent inhibition in rats.},
  author={Etienne Coutureau and Rodrigue Galani and Olivier R. Gosselin and Monique Majchrzak and Georges Di Scala},
  journal={Neurobiology of learning and memory},
  year={1999},
  volume={72 3},
  pages={143-57}
}
Latent inhibition (LI) is the deficit of conditioning resulting from repeated nonreinforced preexposure to a conditioned stimulus before its pairing with an unconditioned stimulus. There are cumulative data showing that large lesions of the hippocampal formation disrupt LI. However, the effects of selective lesions of the different components of the hippocampal formation have never been directly addressed in the same study and conditioning paradigm. The first experiment of the present study… CONTINUE READING
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