Cellular and Oscillatory Substrates of Extinction Learning

Davis, Patrick.

Abstract: In contrast to the hard-wired components characteristic of electronic circuits and some invertebrate nervous systems, mammalian brains contain modifiable elements within circuits that are capable of both robustness and remarkable adaptability. This balance is exemplified by the capacity of mammals to both learn and update previously formed associations, and to select from opposing behavi... read more

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Department of Neuroscience.
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