Fos imaging reveals differential neuronal activation of areas of rat temporal cortex by novel and familiar sounds.

@article{Wan2001FosIR,
  title={Fos imaging reveals differential neuronal activation of areas of rat temporal cortex by novel and familiar sounds.},
  author={H Wan and Elizabeth Clea Warburton and Pawel Kusmierek and John P. Aggleton and Danuta M. Kowalska and Malcolm W. Brown},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          118-24
        }
}
  • H Wan, Elizabeth Clea Warburton, +3 authors Malcolm W. Brown
  • Published in
    The European journal of…
    2001
  • Medicine, Biology
  • To provide information about the possible regions involved in auditory recognition memory, this study employed an imaging technique that has proved valuable in the study of visual recognition memory. The technique was used to image populations of neurons that are differentially activated by novel and familiar auditory stimuli, thereby paralleling previous studies of visual familiarity discrimination. Differences evoked by novel and familiar sounds in the activation of neurons were measured in… CONTINUE READING

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