Social isolation blocks the expression of memory after training that a food is inedible in Aplysia fasciata.

@article{Schwarz1998SocialIB,
  title={Social isolation blocks the expression of memory after training that a food is inedible in Aplysia fasciata.},
  author={Meyer Schwarz and Sara Blumberg and Abraham J Susswein},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1998},
  volume={112 4},
  pages={942-51}
}
Isolating a sexually mature Aplysia fasciata for either 1 or 24 hr immediately after training that a food is inedible blocks the subsequent expression of memory measured 24 hr later. Isolation that is delayed for 1 hr after training, but not for 12 hr after training, is also effective in blocking memory. Isolation affects memory because of a specific effect caused by the absence of pheromones secreted by conspecifics rather than by a nonspecific change in the chemical environment, because… CONTINUE READING

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