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Specific and nonspecific associations in eyeblink conditioning in rabbits
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Hippocampal theta activity is selectively associated with contingency detection but not discrimination in rabbit discrimination-reversal eyeblink conditioning Nokia, Miriam; Wikgren, Jan (Wiley, 2010)The relative power of the hippocampal theta-band (∼6 Hz) activity (theta ratio) is thought to reflect a distinct neural state and has been shown to affect learning rate in classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. We ...
Trace eyeblink conditioning and extinction contingent to hippocampal ripples in rabbits Raussi, Pekka (2014)
The role of the hippocampal theta activity in classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits Nokia, Miriam (University of Jyväskylä, 2009)
Hippocampal theta-band activity and trace eyeblink conditioning in rabbits Nokia, Miriam; Penttonen, Markku; Korhonen, Tapani; Wikgren, Jan (APA, 2009)The authors examined the relationship between hippocampal theta activity and trace eyeblink conditioning. Hippocampal electrophysiological local field potentials were recorded before, during, and after conditioning or ...
Hippocampal theta (3-8 Hz) activity during classical eyeblink conditioning in rabbits Nokia, Miriam; Penttonen, Markku; Korhonen, Tapani; Wikgren, Jan (Elsevier, 2008)In 1978, Berry and Thompson showed that the amount of theta (3–8 Hz) activity in the spontaneous hippocampal EEG predicted learning rate in subsequent eyeblink conditioning in rabbits. More recently, the absence of theta ...