The papers in this section contain references to amnesia induction and not in all cases where learning and memory impairment is induced.
The papers refer to the use of active and passive avoidance conditioning techniques.
This section includes papers that investigate body temperature and papers that examine the effects of changes in environmental temperature on body temperature.
This section includes papers that using MRI, PET and EEG detect quantitative images of cerebral functionality/activity.
These papers refer to various areas of the cerebral cortex; they do not include perirhinal and entorhinal cortices to which specific pages are dedicated.
This section collects papers in which Pavlovian conditioning techniques are employed when ad hoc themes are not present (such as avoidance, conditioned taste aversion or conditioned emotional response).
This section collects papers that investigate phenomena of conditioned inhibition and Pavlovian unconditioned inhibition, when ad hoc pages are not present (such as extinction, latent inhibition, habituation).
These papers investigate pre-training and subsequent re-training; moreover, the section also includes papers where exposure to some stimuli preceded or followed another one not necessarily related to latent inhibition phenomenon.
This section includes papers that use this apparatus for both active and passive avoidance conditioning and to measure exploratory activity in environments with different brightness intensity.
In this section the papers applied electric, magnetic, optical stimulation or X-ray irradiation to brain structures. It also included operant self-stimulation experiments.
In this section the papers analyze social behavior and environmental enrichment-dependent behaviors.
These papers measure exploratory activity also in relation to “anxiety” as the performed measure relates to this activity.
The section collects papers that deal with all aspects of fear (such as fear conditioning, freezing response, stress and footshock/punishment-dependent fear).
This section includes papers that use particular diets and papers that measure these activities.
These papers investigate Pavlovian generalization.
The papers on NMDA are reported in specific pages.
The section includes papers that refer both to functional asymmetries and to treatments performed unilaterally on the brain.
The papers in this section measure mostly locomotor activity, but also motricity as such.
These papers investigate vision function and the importance of the environmental light intensity.
These papers explicit the algorithms that indicate biological phenomena and computational analysis of events.
The section includes papers that perform treatments which inhibit neuronal activity without considering the involved mechanisms (temperature, sodium channels blockade, GABA agonists, etc.).
The papers in this section report changes in neuronal and/or synaptic growth and development.
In these papers was considered different nociceptive intensity stimulation not only for the nociception study.
These papers test possible positive effects of substances on learning and memory.
These papers analyze protein, protein synthesis and genes roles. Papers, in which genetic mutations are induced to determine targeted function modifications, are included in ad hoc pages.
The section collects papers in which different paradigms of operant and Pavlovian conditioning are used.
This section includes papers that use olfactory stimulation and investigate olfactory system function.
This section refers in particular to work on rodents, but also to other species, in which grooming, stretching, yawning, buryig and rearing behaviors are investigated.
These papers refer to nuclei of the corpus striatum (such as globus pallidus, caudato-putamen, subthalamic nucleus ) for which there are not ad hoc pages.
This section includes both papers that use gustatory stimulation and papers that investigate condtioned taste aversion.
These papers investigated cerebral structures related to this system which have not ad hoc pages (such as tegmental nuclei).