Memory : organization and locus of change / edited by Larry R. Squire [and others].
Contributor(s): Squire, Larry RMaterial type: TextPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1991Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 423 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1429407352; 9781429407359; 1280525738; 9781280525735Subject(s): Memory -- Physiological aspects | Neuroplasticity | MEDICAL -- Neuroscience | PSYCHOLOGY -- Neuropsychology | Memory -- Physiological aspects | Neuroplasticity | Geheugen | Fysiologische aspecten | Memory -- physiology | Neuronal Plasticity | Neurons -- physiology | Memory (Mental processes)Genre/Form: Electronic book. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Memory.DDC classification: 612.8/2 LOC classification: QP406 | .M457 1991ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Concepts of human memory / Endel Tulving -- Insights into processes of visual perception from studies in the olfactory system / Walter J. Freeman -- Optical imaging of architecture and function in the living brain / Amiram Grinvald [and others] -- Modular organization of information processing in the normal human brain : studies with positron emission tomography / Marcus E. Raichle -- Structures in the human brain participating in visual learning, tactile learning, and motor learning / Per E. Roland, Balázs Gulyas, Rüdiger J. Seitz -- Does synaptic selection explain auditory imprinting? / Henning Scheich, E. Wallhäusser-Franke, K. Braun -- Memory representation in the hippocampus : functional domain and functional organization / Howard Eichenbaum [and others] -- Systems and synapses of emotional memory / Joseph E. Ledoux.
Alterations of the functional organization of primary somatosensory cortex following intracortical microstimulation or behavioral training / Gregg H. Recanzone, Michael M. Merzenich -- Localization of primal long-term memory in the primate temporal cortex / Yasushi Miyashita [and others] -- Mnemonic functions of the cholinergic septohippocampal system / David Olton [and others] -- The anatomy of long-term sensitization in aplysia : morphological insights into learning and memory / Craig H. Bailey, Mary Chen -- Activity-dependent neuronal gene expression : a potential memory mechanism? / Christine M. Gall, Julie C. Lauterborn -- Variants of synaptic potentiation and different types of memory operations in hippocampus and related structures / Gary Lynch [and others] -- Local plasticity in neuronal learning / E.N. Sokolov -- What the chick can tell us about the process and structure of memory / Steven P.R. Rose.
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This book brings together an internationally respected group of researchers for the purpose of examining neuroplasticity, a topic of immense current interest in psychology, neuroscience, neuropsychology, and clinical neurology. The chapters represent state-of-the-art work on neuroplasticity at all levels: behavioural, neural, and molecular. They describe recent work on memory ranging from cellular morphological studies in invertebrates to research on the human brain made possible by new advances in neuroimaging technology. The book begins with an introductory chapter that considers the psychology of memory at the global, structural level. The remainder of the volume is divided into three parts. The first focuses on recent approaches, which are based in part on new technology, that aim to measure and describe activity in relatively large populations of neurons. The second focuses on memory at the level of brain systems. One major theme to emerge from work at this level is that memory is composed of multiple, separable components that can be identified with specific anatomical structures and connections.; The third part of the book focuses on molecular and cellular studies that show how individual neurons and their synapses behave in a history-dependent manner. This research concerns both brief changes in synaptic plasticity as well as more lasting changes in connectivity, which depend on altered gene expression and contemporary research on the biology of memory.