Neurobiology of Learning and Memory provides an excellent overview of current information on this fast-growing field of neurobiology. The contents have been structured for use as a course text or as a handy resource for researchers in neuro- and cognitive psychology. It discusses learning and memory from developmental, pharmacological, and psychobiological perspectives, as well as changes in learning and memory with age. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory also includes research on invertebrates and vertebrates, presenting basics in anatomy and development along with computational models. It is written in an easy-to-follow format with summaries at the end of each chapter. Key Features * Provides an overview of information on the neurobiology of learning and memory * Discusses learning and memory from developmental, pharmacological, and psychobiological perspectives, and changes in learning and memory with age * Includes research on invertebrates and vertebrates * Gives basics on anatomy and development * Written for easy comprehension with chapter summariesThe lower diagram in Fig. 3A shows the same three cells. However, at this point in time neuron 2 is receiving information about the sound of the chimes in the clock tower. Initially, the synapse from neuron 2 onto neuron 3 is ineffective so thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Neurobiology of Learning and Memory|
|Author||:||Joe L. Martinez, Jr., Raymond P. Kesner|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 1998-06-29|