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Memory built in conjunction with a stressor is privileged: Reconsolidation-resistant memories in the crab Neohelice
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2020-04)
The dynamics of memory processes are conserved throughout evolution, a feature based on the hypothesis of a common origin of the high-order memory centers in bilateral animals. Reconsolidation is just one example. The ...
Ghrelin and memory: Differential effects on acquisition and retrieval
(Elsevier Science Inc, 2010-06)
In a previous paper we have demonstrated that the orexigenic peptide Ghrelin (Ghr), increases memory retention in rats and mice. In the present work we evaluated the Ghr effect when it was administered previous the training ...
Extinction and recovery of an avoidance memory impaired by scopolamine
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2017-03)
Pre-training administration of scopolamine (SCP) resembles situations of cholinergic dysfunction, leading to memory impairment of mice trained in an inhibitory avoidance task. We suggest here that SCP does not impair memory ...
Enhancement of long-term memory expression by a single trial during consolidation
(Elsevier Ireland, 2011-01)
Before the memory trace is stored long term, it must undergo a phase of consolidation during which it remains susceptible to modifications. It has previously been proposed that during consolidation, memories are kept from ...
Memory (s) in the cinema, memory (s) of the cinemaMemoria(s) en el cine, memoria(s) del cine
(Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios sobre Cultura y Sociedad, 2017)
A working memory intervention weakens the reconsolidation of a threat memory and its biases processing towards threat
BACKGROUND Threat-conditioning (TC) memory plays a central role in anxiety disorders, but not in a simple way. This memory impacts on complex cognitive systems by modifying behavioral responses with a bias to fearful stimuli ...
Argentines’ collective memories of the military Junta of 1976: differences and similarities across generations and ideology
Although memories about a nation's past usually are semantic in nature, a distinction needs to be made between lived and distant semantic collective memories. The former refers to memories of community-relevant events ...