Odour–place paired-associate learning and limbic thalamus: Comparison of anterior, lateral and medial thalamic lesions

@article{Gibb2006OdourplacePL,
  title={Odour–place paired-associate learning and limbic thalamus: Comparison of anterior, lateral and medial thalamic lesions},
  author={Sheree Gibb and Mathieu Wolff and John C. Dalrymple-Alford},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={172},
  pages={155-168}
}
Several subregions in the limbic thalamus have been suggested as the key locus for diencephalic amnesia, including the anterior thalamic nuclei, intralaminar nuclei and mediodorsal nuclei. There is, however, no consensus as to a single critical site and recent research has suggested instead that different thalamic areas may contribute to diencephalic amnesia in subtly different ways. This study compared the effects of lesions to anterior (AT), lateral (LT) and posteromedial (MT) aggregates of… CONTINUE READING
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