Perirhinal and postrhinal, but not lateral entorhinal, cortices are essential for acquisition of trace eyeblink conditioning.

@article{Suter2013PerirhinalAP,
  title={Perirhinal and postrhinal, but not lateral entorhinal, cortices are essential for acquisition of trace eyeblink conditioning.},
  author={Eug{\'e}nie E Suter and Craig Weiss and John F. Disterhoft},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  year={2013},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={80-4}
}
The acquisition of temporal associative tasks such as trace eyeblink conditioning is hippocampus-dependent, while consolidated performance is not. The parahippocampal region mediates much of the input and output of the hippocampus, and perirhinal (PER) and entorhinal (EC) cortices support persistent spiking, a possible mediator of temporal bridging between stimuli. Here we show that lesions of the perirhinal or postrhinal cortex severely impair the acquisition of trace eyeblink conditioning… CONTINUE READING

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