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The experienced academic leader and life scientist formally takes the helm in a landmark ceremony that united the university. Richard F. Thompson is senior author of the new study showing how two different kinds of memory trace are stored in the cerebellum. The diagram in the background shows the neural circuit for the learning of Pavlovian conditioned responses and identifies the locations of the memory traces themselves.
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Log out of Readcube. Click on an option below to access. Log out of ReadCube. This process is thought to proceed through two learning phases: one leading to memory acquisition; and the other leading more slowly to memory consolidation and saving.
It has been proposed that fast acquisition occurs in the cerebellar cortex, while consolidation is dislocated into the deep cerebellar nuclei. However, it was not clear how these two components could be identified in eyeblink classical conditioning EBCC in humans, a paradigm commonly used to investigate associative learning.
These data suggest that cTBS can dissociate EBCC extinction related to the fast learning process from consolidation related to the slow learning process , probably by acting through a selective alteration of cerebellar plasticity. Volume 40 , Issue 9.
Running at a faster speed enhances learning in the cerebellum via mossy fibers.
The full text of this article hosted at iucr. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Monaco Brain Connectivity Center, C. Koch and Dr W. Eyeblink conditioning is a common way to test the speed and efficacy of associative learning in the cerebellum. On the flip side, it took much longer for delay eyeblink conditioning to be encoded into the cerebellum of mice whose treadmills were set at slower speeds.
Interestingly, when the researchers stimulated the mossy fibers using optogenetics, they observed enhanced learning on par with faster running speeds. Despite these groundbreaking findings about associative learning in the cerebellum, the authors are quick to point out that faster running speeds may not necessarily enhance learning speeds in other brain regions. According to Albergaria, "The cerebellum is a well-conserved structure across species and there are circuits that are common across species. But here, all we had to do was control how fast mice were running to obtain an improvement.
It would be interesting to see if this holds for humans, for cerebellar forms of learning — and even for other types of learning," Carey said in a statement. Anectodal evidence also links physical activity with "Aha!
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Megan Carey's cerebellar research in Lisbon dovetails beautifully with research on the cerebellum being conducted by Jeremy Schmahmann at Harvard Medical School in Boston. Catarina Albergaria, N.
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