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Morris, R. G.
Morris, R. G. M.
Morris, Richard G.
Morris, Richard G. M.
Morris, Richard G.M. (neurologie)
Morris, Richard Graham Michael
Morris, Richard (neurologie)
Richard G. Morris (britischer Neurowissenschaftler)
Richard G. Morris (British neuroscientist)
Richard G. Morris (Brits bioloog)
Richard G. Morris (neurocientífico británico)
Richard G. Morris (neuroscientifique britannique)
Richard G. Morris (neuroscienziato britannico)
ریچارد جی. موریس
Bliss, T. V. P.
Bliss, Tim V. P.
Bliss, Tim V.P.
Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung
Collingridge, G. L.
Collingridge, Graham L. (1955- ))
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh Affiliation (see also from)
BACE1 gene deletion: impact on behavioral function in a model of Alzheimer's disease.
Cognitive systems information processing meets brain science
Competing for memory: hippocampal LTP under regimes of reduced protein synthesis.
D.O. Hebb: The Organization of Behavior, Wiley: New York; 1949.
Distinctive computations and relevant associative processes: hippocampal role in processing, retrieval, but not storage of allocentric spatial memory.
Does assimilation into schemas involve systems or cellular consolidation? It's not just time.
Dopaminergic modulation of the persistence of one-trial hippocampus-dependent memory.
Elements of a neurobiological theory of hippocampal function: the role of synaptic plasticity, synaptic tagging and schemas.
Elements of a neurobiological theory of the hippocampus: the role of activity-dependent synaptic plasticity in memory.
Episodic-like memory in animals: psychological criteria, neural mechanisms and the value of episodic-like tasks to investigate animal models of neurodegenerative disease.
euroSCIENCE moves into sixth gear!
Forgetting, reminding, and remembering: the retrieval of lost spatial memory.
Further studies of the role of hippocampal synaptic plasticity in spatial learning: is hippocampal LTP a mechanism for automatically recording attended experience?
Glutamate-receptor-mediated encoding and retrieval of paired-associate learning
Homeostatic shutdown of long-term potentiation in the adult hippocampus.
Impaired spatial learning after saturation of long-term potentiation
Landmark stability is a prerequisite for spatial but not discrimination learning.
learning deficit related to age and beta-amyloid plaques in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease., A
Lernen und Gedächtnis neurologische Mechanismen ; [erweiterte Fassung eines Vortrags, gehalten in der Carl-Friedrich-von-Siemens-Stiftung am 30. Mai 2011]
Long-term potentiation enhancing neuroscience for 30 years
Memory and the Hippocampus: elements of a neurobiological theory
Memory reconsolidation: Sensitivity of spatial memory to inhibition of protein synthesis in dorsal hippocampus during encoding and retrieva
Memory Reconsolidation: Sensitivity of Spatial Memory to Inhibition of Protein Synthesis in Dorsal Hippocampus during Encoding and Retrieval
Parallel distributed processing. -
Place navigation impaired in rats with hippocampal lesions.
Retrograde amnesia: neither partial nor complete hippocampal lesions in rats result in preferential sparing of remote spatial memory, even after reminding.
Reversible neural inactivation reveals hippocampal participation in several memory processes.
Schemas and memory consolidation
Selective impairment of learning and blockade of long-term potentiation by an N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist, AP5.
Spatial learning with a minislab in the dorsal hippocampus.
Synaptic plasticity and learning. II: Do different kinds of plasticity underlie different kinds of learning?
Synaptic plasticity and learning: selective impairment of learning rats and blockade of long-term potentiation in vivo by the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist AP5.
Synaptic plasticity and memory: an evaluation of the hypothesis.
Synaptic plasticity in health and disease
Synaptic tagging and long-term potentiation.
Tianeptine and its enantiomers: effects on spatial memory in rats with medial septum lesions.
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BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY -PARIS-
PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS- ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES