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Hippocampal theta-triggered training attenuates age-related learning deficits

Yukiko Asaka

Hippocampal theta-triggered training attenuates age-related learning deficits

by Yukiko Asaka

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hippocampus (Brain) -- Physiology,
  • Learning disabilities -- Research,
  • Brain -- Aging

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Yukiko Asaka
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 50 leaves :
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15359634M


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Hippocampal theta-triggered training attenuates age-related learning deficits by Yukiko Asaka Download PDF EPUB FB2

Asaka, K.N. Mauldin, A.L. Griffin, M.A. Seager, E. Shurell, S.D. BerryNonpharmacological amelioration of age-related learning deficits: The impact of hippocampal theta-triggered training Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, (37) (), pp.

Cited by: Neurobiological oscillations are regarded as essential to normal information processing, including coordination and timing of cells and assemblies within structures as well as in long feedback loops of distributed neural systems. The hippocampal theta rhythm is a 3–12 Hz oscillatory potential observed during cognitive processes ranging from spatial navigation to associative by: 5.

Using 2-min pre-training LFP recordings from hippocampal CA1 region of rabbits prior to delay EBC, a zero-crossing analysis of LFPs showed that the amount of time characterized by a high proportion of 2–8 Hz compared to 8–22 Hz activity correlated negatively with the number of trials required to reach behavioral learning by: 5.