Stuck in time without a nucleus: theoretical comment on Sangha et Al. (2005).

Abstract

Is forgetting caused by the passage of time or by interference from new learning? S. Sangha et al. (2005) offer strong support for the latter idea by using the sea snail Lymnaea. Memory for inhibitory avoidance was prolonged from 3 days to 7 days by preventing the snails from making unreinforced conditioned responses (extinction) following training. Similar… (More)

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