Multiple forms of non-associative plasticity in Aplysia: a behavioural, cellular and pharmacological analysis.

@article{Fitzgerald1990MultipleFO,
  title={Multiple forms of non-associative plasticity in Aplysia: a behavioural, cellular and pharmacological analysis.},
  author={Kristin Fitzgerald and William G. Wright and E. A. Santillan Marcus and Thomas J. Carew},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={1990},
  volume={329 1253},
  pages={171-8}
}
A complete understanding of the cellular mechanisms underlying the formation of associations between stimuli, as occurs during classical conditioning, requires an understanding of the non-associative effects of the individual stimuli. The siphon withdrawal reflex of Aplysia exhibits both non-associative and associative learning when a tactile stimulus to the siphon serves as a conditioned stimulus, and tail shock serves as an unconditioned stimulus. In this chapter we describe experiments which… CONTINUE READING
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