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Description

Over the preceeding years our labortory has stablished behavioral models of learning and memory (two-way active avoidance) facilitation by post-training brain electrical self-stimulation, in rats. We have shown that brain electrical self-stimulation facilitates memory formation matching the level of memory of poor learner animals with that of good learners. We have also observed significant interactions between paradoxical sleep and the same kind of learning task, also in rats. The results obtained in our laboratory, as well as those reported by other researchers, suggest that paradoxical sleep deprivation can have detrimental effects upon memory formation. Based on our previous work, we have obtained some experimental data suggesting that the parafascicular nucleus o thalamus is involved on memory facilitation by brain elecrical self-stimulation. The present project intends to go on wit
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date7/06/967/06/99

Funding

  • Dirección General de Enseñanza Superior e Investigación Científica: €15,878.74

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