Learning and Memory: The Behavioral and Biological Substrates

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by enhancing the response to the CS+. Further refinement of differential responses may then be achieved by descending inhibitiory influences on mMGN from auditory cortex neurons.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The research from our laboratory described in this chapter was supported by NIH grants HL 07426 and NS 24874


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