Behavioural Brain Research
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Behavioural Brain Research 297:1 (2016)• Infusion of BDNF into the IC converts a weak CTA into a strong one. • The BDNF strengthening of CTA memory is dependent on the activation of TrkB receptors. ...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:51 (2016)• Aβ1–42-induced toxicity rat model for working memory deficits. • Multi-channel recording in freely moving rats during a working memory task. ...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:37 (2016)• 2 studies tested whether humans spontaneously apply C tactile fiber targeted touch. • 60% of the participants stroked an artificial arm faster than the C tactile...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:131 (2016)• ToM and recognition of emotions from vocal and facial stimuli in Huntington’s disease is impaired. • Social cognitive deficits in Huntington’s disease is already...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:91 (2016)• Rosmarinic acid prevents memory deficits induced by permanent focal cerebral ischemia. • Rosmarinic acid induced synaptogenesis in ischemic mice. ...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:251 (2016)• Daily, not acute, green odor (GO) presentation facilitated fear extinction. • Daily GO presentation prevented development of PTSD-like phenotype after fear condi...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:285 (2016)• Swallow exercise used to improve aspects of swallowing and voice in aging rat model. • Increased tongue forces found at all ages. ...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:259 (2016)• Error-related negativity amplitude is increased for attention errors. • Error-related negativity amplitude correlates with the amount of attention errors. ...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:297 (2016)• Spontaneous and sensorimotor activities are reduced three days after cortical lesion. • Behavioral recovery is observed since day tenth after cortical injury. ...
Behavioural Brain Research 297:5 (2016)• Olfactory bulbectomy in rats and mice is a known model of depression and neurodegeneration. • We studied alterations of behavior and cholinergic system in bulbec...