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Associative memory cells : basic units of memory trace

Author: Jin-Hui Wang
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2019.
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This book focuses on associative memory cells and their working principles, which can be applied to associative memories and memory-relevant cognitions. Providing comprehensive diagrams, it presents the author's personal perspectives on pathology and therapeutic strategies for memory deficits in patients suffering from neurological diseases and psychiatric disorders. Associative learning is a common approach to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Wang, Jin-Hui
Associative Memory Cells: Basic Units of Memory Trace
Singapore : Springer,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jin-Hui Wang
ISBN: 9789811395017 9811395012
OCLC Number: 1119640016
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
6.5 Summary About Plasticity at Associative Memory Cells
Description: 1 online resource (281 p.)
Contents: Intro; Preface; Acknowledgement; Contents; About the Author; Chapter 1: History in the Study of Learning and Memory; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Memory Traces; 1.3 Engrams; 1.4 The Location and Distribution of Memory Traces or Engrams; 1.5 The Identification of Basic Units in Engrams: Memory-Relevant Cells; 1.6 Biophysical Changes in Memory-Relevant Cells: Neuronal and Synaptic Plasticity; 1.7 Memory-Specific Activity Patterns as Basic Units of Memory Traces; 1.8 The Recruitment of Memory-Relevant Neurons by Their Coactivation: Associative Memory Cells 1.9 Major Milestones in the Study of Mechanisms Underlying Learning and Memory1.9.1 Theoretical Modeling; 1.9.2 Animal Model; 1.9.3 Location and Distributions; 1.9.4 Cellular Architectures in Engram Circuits; 1.9.5 Molecular Mechanisms; References; Chapter 2: Patterns of Learning and Memory; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Associative Learning and Nonassociative Learning; 2.3 Declarative (Explicit) Memory Versus Nondeclarative (Implicit) Memory; 2.3.1 Declarative Memory; 2.3.2 Nondeclarative Memory; 2.4 Episodic Memory Versus Semantic Memory; 2.4.1 Episodic Memory; 2.4.2 Semantic Memory 2.5 Working Memory and Perceptual Memory2.5.1 Working Memory; 2.5.2 Perceptual Memory; 2.6 Eidetic Memory and False Memory; 2.6.1 Eidetic Memory; 2.6.2 False Memory; 2.7 Other Types of Memory; 2.8 Learning and Memory in Relevance to Ages; References; Chapter 3: Experimental Models and Strategies for Studying Associative Learning and Memory; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Experimental Models Used to Track Engrams; 3.2.1 Classical Conditioning; 3.2.2 Operant Conditioning; 3.2.3 Spatial Learning and Memory; 3.2.4 Associative Learning and Memory in Reciprocal Manner 3.3 Strategies Used to Track Memory Cells in Engrams3.3.1 Theoretical Modeling from Memory Traces to Cell Assemblies; 3.3.2 Parallel Changes Between Engrams and Memory-Relevant Behaviors; 3.3.3 Downregulation of Neural Substrates; 3.3.4 Upregulation of Neural Substrates; References; Chapter 4: Cellular and Molecular Changes in Associative Memory; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Synapses, Neurons, and Their Functional Changes; 4.3 Synaptic Plasticity; 4.3.1 Synaptic Facilitation; 4.3.2 Long-Term Potentiation of Synaptic Transmission; 4.4 Neuronal Plasticity; References Chapter 5: Associative Memory Cells in Memory Trace5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Associative Memory Cells in Theory and Experiments; 5.3 Associative Memory Cells in Sensory Cortices; 5.4 Associative Memory Cells in Cognition- and Emotion-Related Brain Areas; 5.5 Memory Output Cells in Behavior-Related Brain Areas; References; Chapter 6: Plasticity of Associative Memory Cells; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Plasticity at Primary Associative Memory Cells Linked with Their Recruitment; 6.3 Plasticity at Secondary Associative Memory Cells; 6.4 Plasticity at Memory Output Cells
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