The role of CA1 in the acquisition of an object-trace-odor paired associate task.

@article{Kesner2005TheRO,
  title={The role of CA1 in the acquisition of an object-trace-odor paired associate task.},
  author={Raymond P. Kesner and Michael R Hunsaker and Paul E. Gilbert},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={119 3},
  pages={781-6}
}
This experiment was designed to determine whether adding a temporal component to an object-odor association task would recruit the hippocampus. The rats were given CA1, CA3, or control lesions prior to learning the object-trace-odor task. Rats were presented with an object for 10 s, after which the object was removed, followed by a 10-s trace period, followed by the presentation of an odor 50 cm away. If the odor and the object were paired, rats were to dig in the odor cup for a reward. If… CONTINUE READING

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