Visual cortical contributions to associative cerebellar learning

@article{Steinmetz2013VisualCC,
  title={Visual cortical contributions to associative cerebellar learning},
  author={Adam B Steinmetz and Thomas C. Harmon and John H. Freeman},
  journal={Neurobiology of Learning and Memory},
  year={2013},
  volume={104},
  pages={103-109}
}
Eye-blink conditioning (EBC) is a form of associative learning that depends on the cerebellum. Previous reports suggested that sensory cortex is necessary for trace EBC but not for delay EBC. The trace and delay EBC procedures used in these studies differed by the presence or absence of a temporal gap between the end of the conditioned stimulus and the onset of the unconditioned stimulus (trace interval) and in the interval between the onset of the CS and the US (inter-stimulus interval, ISI… CONTINUE READING

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