Retention of Memory Traces in Rats Subjected to 10 Minutes of Clinical Death

Abstract

Studies of the effects of 10-min clinical death in mongrel rats, induced by complete circulatory arrest, on the mechanisms of memory, showed that the content of already formed memories (“what to do?”), i.e., the structure of a food-procuring habit, motivational activity, and the level of organization of behavior, was completely retained 12 days after… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1015093803546

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