On the hippocampus and learned conditional responding: effects of aspiration versus ibotenate lesions.

@article{Jarrard1991OnTH,
  title={On the hippocampus and learned conditional responding: effects of aspiration versus ibotenate lesions.},
  author={Leonard E. Jarrard and Terry L. Davidson},
  journal={Hippocampus},
  year={1991},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={107-17}
}
To study the possible involvement of the hippocampus in learned conditional responding, rats with aspiration lesions of the hippocampus and others that had the hippocampus removed with ibotenic acid were trained on concurrent Pavlovian conditional and nonconditional discriminations. In agreement with the results reported by Ross et al. (1984), animals that had the hippocampus removed with aspiration were unable to learn the conditional discrimination, but learned the simple nonconditional… CONTINUE READING

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