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The generalization of fear memories is an adaptive neurobiological process that promotes survival in complex and dynamic environments. When confronted with a potential threat, an animal must select an appropriate defensive response based on previous experiences that are not identical, weighing cues and contextual information that may predict safety or danger. Like other aspects of fear memory, generalization is mediated by the coordinated actions of prefrontal, hippocampal, amygdalar, and thalamic brain areas. In this review article, we describe the current understanding of the behavioral, neural, genetic, and biochemical mechanisms involved in the generalization of fear. Fear generalization is a hallmark of many anxiety and stress-related disorders, and its emergence, severity, and manifestation are sex-dependent. Therefore, to improve the dialog between human and animal studies as well as to accelerate the development of effective therapeutics, we emphasize the need to examine both sex differences and remote timescales in rodent models.
Tutte le categorie. Rudy 3rd Edition if you need it please contact me on testbank aol. Rudy, J. Passa al contenuto principale. Rudy - Oxford University Press To understand how the brain learns and remembers.
It is written in an engaging personal style and may be strongly recommended both as a textbook and as an authoritative up-to-date source for the general reader.
Jerry W. Sinauer Associates, Inc. ISBN: Hardcover
Conditioning experiments with bees demonstrate surprising similarities between the well studied laboratory mammals and honeybees. These similarities appear both on the behavioral level and the neural organization of memory. The paper speculates on the basis of these similarities, and the idea of common neural elements is favored.
In order to assess the temporal associations among learning, memory formation, and brain neurochemistry, it is necessary to identify the exact moment when an animal is exposed to the learning event. Reviews ordinarily do not exceed 50 typed manuscript pages in length. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: , The Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, Second Edition, provides a synthesis of this interdisciplinary field. Rudy and Publisher Sinauer Associates.
The Neurobiology of. Learning and Memory. JERRY W. RUDY. University of Colorado, Boulder. Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers. Sunderland, Massachusetts.