Neurotoxic lesions of retrosplenial cortex disrupt signaled and unsignaled contextual fear conditioning.

@article{Keene2008NeurotoxicLO,
  title={Neurotoxic lesions of retrosplenial cortex disrupt signaled and unsignaled contextual fear conditioning.},
  author={Christopher S Keene and David J Bucci},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={122 5},
  pages={
          1070-7
        }
}
The majority of research regarding contextual learning and memory has focused on the contributions of the hippocampus and related medial temporal lobe structures. However, little is known about other possible cortical contributions to these processes. Our laboratory recently demonstrated that electrolytic lesions of the retrosplenial cortex (RSP), a posterior region of cingulate cortex, impaired contextual but not cue-specific fear conditioning. The present experiments further examined the role… CONTINUE READING
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