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  1. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor into adult neocortex strengthens a taste aversion memory

    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. ...
  2. An aberrant link between gamma oscillation and functional connectivity in Aβ1–42-mediated memory deficits in rats

    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. ...
  3. Interpersonal stroking touch is targeted to C tactile afferent activation

    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...
  4. Social cognition in Huntington’s disease: A meta-analysis

    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...
  5. Rosmarinic acid prevents against memory deficits in ischemic mice

    Behavioural Brain Research 297:91 (2016)

    • Rosmarinic acid prevents memory deficits induced by permanent focal cerebral ischemia. • Rosmarinic acid induced synaptogenesis in ischemic mice. ...
  6. cis-3-Hexenol and trans-2-hexenal mixture prevents development of PTSD-like phenotype in rats

    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...
  7. Cross-activation and detraining effects of tongue exercise in aged rats

    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. ...
  8. Error significance but not error expectancy predicts error-related negativities for different error types

    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. ...
  9. Sensorimotor recovery from cortical injury is accompanied by changes on norepinephrine and serotonin levels in the dentate gyrus and pons

    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. ...
  10. Behavior and the cholinergic parameters in olfactory bulbectomized female rodents: Difference between rats and mice

    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...