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Learning and memory : a comprehensive reference, editor-in-chief, John H. Byrne, (electronic resource)

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Learning and memory : a comprehensive reference
Title
Learning and memory
Title remainder
a comprehensive reference
Statement of responsibility
editor-in-chief, John H. Byrne
Contributor
Editor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Presents a summary of the present state of research in the neurobiology and psychology of learning and memory. Covers topics such as the neurochemistry and neurobiology of learning at the cellular and synaptic levels, systems neurobiology, the study of remarkable capabilities in animals (such as homing), ethological and behavioristic analyses, mechanisms, psychology, and disorders of learning and memory in humans."--Publisher description
Cataloging source
FER
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
BF318
LC item number
.L3854 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Byrne, John H.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Learning, Psychology of
  • Memory
  • Learning in animals
  • Animal memory
  • Neuropsychology
  • Animal memory
  • Learning in animals
  • Learning, Psychology of
  • Memory
  • Neuropsychology
Label
Learning and memory : a comprehensive reference, editor-in-chief, John H. Byrne, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title from title screen (viewed June 30, 2009)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 3.
  • Memory systems /
  • volume editor,
  • Howard Eichenbaum
  • v. 4.
  • Molecular mechanisms of memory /
  • volume editor,
  • J. David Sweatt
  • v. 1.
  • Learning theory and behaviour /
  • volume editor,
  • Randolf Menzel
  • v. 2.
  • Cognitive psychology of memory /
  • volume editor,
  • Henry L. Roediger III
  • v. 1. Learning Theory and Behaviour -- Introduction and Overview -- A Typology of Memory Terms -- History of Behavioral Learning Theories -- Multiple Memory Systems: A New View -- Retrieval from Memory -- Operant Behavior -- Perceptual Learning -- Discrimination and Generalization -- Extinction: Behavioral Mechanisms and Their Implications -- Cognitive Dimension of Operant Learning -- Categories and Concepts in Animals -- Learning and Representation -- Attention and Memory in Mammals and Primates -- Amnesia: Point and Counterpoint -- The Nature of Infantile Amnesia -- Transmission of Acquired Information in Nonhuman Primates -- Bird Song Learning -- Adaptive Specializations and Generality of the Laws of Classical and Instrumental Conditioning -- Learning to Time Intervals -- Foraging -- Navigation and Episodic-Like Memory in Mammals -- Memory in Food Caching Animals -- What Do Animals Remember about Their Past? -- Reconsolidation: Historical Perspective and Theoretical Aspects -- Learning and Memory in Communication and Navigation in Insects -- Spatial Learning in Fish -- Reconsolidation in Invertebrates -- Behavioral Analysis of Learning and Memory in Drosophila -- Behavioral and Neural Analysis of Associate Learning in the Honeybee -- Behavioral and Circuit Analysis of Learning and Memory in Mollusks -- Behavioral Analysis of Learning and Memory in Cephalopods -- Behavioral Analysis of Learning and Memory in C. elegans -- Computational Models of Hippocampal Functions -- Neural Computation Theories of Learning -- Connectionist Memory Models of Hippocampal Function -- Theory of Reward Systems -- Synchronous Oscillations and Memory Formation -- The Neuronal Workspace Model: Conscious Processing and Learning
  • v. 2. Cognitive Psychology of Memory -- Introduction and Overview -- Attention and Memory -- Sensory Memory -- Working Memory -- Serial Learning -- Repetition and Spacing Effects -- Coding Processes -- Mental Imagery -- Distinctiveness and Memory: A Theoretical and Empirical Review -- Mnemonics: Underlying Processes and Practical Applications -- Human Spatial Memory and Navigation -- Forgetting -- Inhibitory Processes -- False Memories -- Memory in and about Affect -- Retrieval Processes in Memory -- Remembering and Knowing -- Controlled Processes in Voluntary Remembering -- Source Monitoring -- Metamemory -- Déjà Vu -- Tip of the Tongue Experience -- Theories of Recognition Memory -- Memory Search: A Matter of Time -- Mathematical Models of Human Memory -- Associative Retrieval Processes in Episodic Memory -- Episodic Memory: An Evolving Concept -- Semantic Memory -- Concept and Category Learning in Humans -- Language Learning -- Transfer and Expertise: The Search for Identical Elements -- Implicit Learning -- Implicit Memory and Priming -- Motor Learning and Memory -- The Role of Sleep in Memory Consolidation -- Infant Memory -- The Development of Skilled Remembering in Children -- Developmental Disorders of Learning* -- Learning in Autism -- Individual Differences in Episodic Memory -- Aging and Memory -- Superior Memory of Mnemonists and Experts in Various Domains -- Cognition, Memory, and Education -- Eyewitness Identification -- Prospective Memory: Processes, Lifespan Changes, and Neuroscience -- Autobiographical Memory -- Social Memory Processes -- Collective Memory
  • v. 3. Memory Systems -- Introduction and Overview -- Multiple Memory Systems in the Brain: Cooperation and Competition -- Anatomy of the Hippocampus and the Declarative Memory System -- Declarative Memory System: Amnesia -- Neural Substrates of Remembering -- Electroencephalographic Studies -- Structural Basis of Episodic Memory -- Structural Basis of Semantic Memory -- The Neurobiological Basis of Recognition Memory -- Animal Models of Amnesia -- Perirhinal Cortex: Neural Representations -- Cortical Plasticity in Associative Learning and Memory -- Visual Priming -- Short-Term and Working Memory Systems -- Prefrontal Cortex and Memory -- Basal Forebrain and Memory -- Ascending Systems Controlling Attentional Functions -- Procedural Learning in Humans -- Neurobiology of Procedural Learning in Animals -- Procedural Learning: Classical Conditioning -- Procedural Learning: VOR -- Neurophysiology of Motor Skill Learning -- Cerebral Cortex: Motor Learning -- Neurophysiology of Birdsong Learning -- Emotional Learning: Animals -- Hormones and Memory -- Memory Modulation -- Memory-Enhancing Drugs -- Episodic Memory Decline and Healthy Aging -- Alzheimer's Disease: Neurostructures
  • v. 4. Molecular Mechanisms of Memory -- Introduction and Overview -- Molecular Studies of Learning and Memory in Aplysia and the Hippocampus: A Comparative Analysis of Implicit and Explicit Memory Storage -- Sensitization and Habituation: Invertebrate -- Molecular Mechanisms of Habituation in C. elegans -- Pain Sensitization -- Molecular Mechanism of Associative Learning in the Bee -- Molecular and System Analysis of Olfactory Memory in Drosophila -- Molecular Mechanisms of Associative Learning in Hermissenda -- Molecular Mechanism of Associative Learning in Lymnaea -- Cellular Mechanisms of Associative Learning in Aplysia -- Neural and Molecular Mechanisms of Fear Memory -- The Molecular Mechanisms of Reward -- Conditioned Taste Aversion and Taste Learning: Molecular Mechanisms -- Memory Reconsolidation -- Molecular Aspects of Memory Dysfunction in Alzheimer's Disease -- Long-Term Potentiation: A Candidate Cellular Mechanism for Information Storage in the CNS -- LTD -- Synaptic Depression and Memory Storage -- GABAergic Interneurons in Synaptic Plasticity and Information Storage -- Neurofibromatosis Type I Learning Disabilities -- The NMDA Receptor -- Second Messengers: Calcium and cAMP Signaling -- PKM[zeta], LTP Maintenance, and Long-Term Memory Storage -- CaMKII: Mechanisms of a Prototypical Memory Model -- Angelman Syndrome -- Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases in Synaptic Plasticity and Memory -- Proteolysis and Synaptic Plasticity -- Transcription Regulation of Memory: CREB, CaMKIV, Fos/Jun, CBP, and SRF -- The NF-[kappa]B Family in Learning and Memory -- Dendritic Transport of mRNA, the IEG Arc, and Synaptic Modifications Involved in Memory Consolidation -- Glutamate Receptor Trafficking in LTP -- AMPA Receptor Regulation and the Reversal of Synaptic Plasticity -- LTP, LTD, Depotentiation, and Dedepression -- The Role of the Postsynaptic Density and the Spine Cytoskeleton in Synaptic Plasticity -- Translational Control Mechanisms in Synaptic Plasticity and Memory -- Activity-Dependent Structural Plasticity of Dendritic Spines -- Integrins and Cadherins -- Extracellular Matrix in Memory Formation -- Presynaptic Mechanisms in Plasticity and Memory -- Regulation of Synaptic Function by Endocannabinoids -- Transsynaptic Signaling by NO during Learning-Related Synaptic Plasticity -- Action Potentials in Dendrites and Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity -- Plasticity of Intrinsic Excitability as a Mechanism for Memory Storage -- Neurogenesis -- Epigenetics -- Chromatin Structure and Rett Syndrome
Control code
419265929
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (4 v.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780123705099
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
137854:137991
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)419265929
Label
Learning and memory : a comprehensive reference, editor-in-chief, John H. Byrne, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Title from title screen (viewed June 30, 2009)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 3.
  • Memory systems /
  • volume editor,
  • Howard Eichenbaum
  • v. 4.
  • Molecular mechanisms of memory /
  • volume editor,
  • J. David Sweatt
  • v. 1.
  • Learning theory and behaviour /
  • volume editor,
  • Randolf Menzel
  • v. 2.
  • Cognitive psychology of memory /
  • volume editor,
  • Henry L. Roediger III
  • v. 1. Learning Theory and Behaviour -- Introduction and Overview -- A Typology of Memory Terms -- History of Behavioral Learning Theories -- Multiple Memory Systems: A New View -- Retrieval from Memory -- Operant Behavior -- Perceptual Learning -- Discrimination and Generalization -- Extinction: Behavioral Mechanisms and Their Implications -- Cognitive Dimension of Operant Learning -- Categories and Concepts in Animals -- Learning and Representation -- Attention and Memory in Mammals and Primates -- Amnesia: Point and Counterpoint -- The Nature of Infantile Amnesia -- Transmission of Acquired Information in Nonhuman Primates -- Bird Song Learning -- Adaptive Specializations and Generality of the Laws of Classical and Instrumental Conditioning -- Learning to Time Intervals -- Foraging -- Navigation and Episodic-Like Memory in Mammals -- Memory in Food Caching Animals -- What Do Animals Remember about Their Past? -- Reconsolidation: Historical Perspective and Theoretical Aspects -- Learning and Memory in Communication and Navigation in Insects -- Spatial Learning in Fish -- Reconsolidation in Invertebrates -- Behavioral Analysis of Learning and Memory in Drosophila -- Behavioral and Neural Analysis of Associate Learning in the Honeybee -- Behavioral and Circuit Analysis of Learning and Memory in Mollusks -- Behavioral Analysis of Learning and Memory in Cephalopods -- Behavioral Analysis of Learning and Memory in C. elegans -- Computational Models of Hippocampal Functions -- Neural Computation Theories of Learning -- Connectionist Memory Models of Hippocampal Function -- Theory of Reward Systems -- Synchronous Oscillations and Memory Formation -- The Neuronal Workspace Model: Conscious Processing and Learning
  • v. 2. Cognitive Psychology of Memory -- Introduction and Overview -- Attention and Memory -- Sensory Memory -- Working Memory -- Serial Learning -- Repetition and Spacing Effects -- Coding Processes -- Mental Imagery -- Distinctiveness and Memory: A Theoretical and Empirical Review -- Mnemonics: Underlying Processes and Practical Applications -- Human Spatial Memory and Navigation -- Forgetting -- Inhibitory Processes -- False Memories -- Memory in and about Affect -- Retrieval Processes in Memory -- Remembering and Knowing -- Controlled Processes in Voluntary Remembering -- Source Monitoring -- Metamemory -- Déjà Vu -- Tip of the Tongue Experience -- Theories of Recognition Memory -- Memory Search: A Matter of Time -- Mathematical Models of Human Memory -- Associative Retrieval Processes in Episodic Memory -- Episodic Memory: An Evolving Concept -- Semantic Memory -- Concept and Category Learning in Humans -- Language Learning -- Transfer and Expertise: The Search for Identical Elements -- Implicit Learning -- Implicit Memory and Priming -- Motor Learning and Memory -- The Role of Sleep in Memory Consolidation -- Infant Memory -- The Development of Skilled Remembering in Children -- Developmental Disorders of Learning* -- Learning in Autism -- Individual Differences in Episodic Memory -- Aging and Memory -- Superior Memory of Mnemonists and Experts in Various Domains -- Cognition, Memory, and Education -- Eyewitness Identification -- Prospective Memory: Processes, Lifespan Changes, and Neuroscience -- Autobiographical Memory -- Social Memory Processes -- Collective Memory
  • v. 3. Memory Systems -- Introduction and Overview -- Multiple Memory Systems in the Brain: Cooperation and Competition -- Anatomy of the Hippocampus and the Declarative Memory System -- Declarative Memory System: Amnesia -- Neural Substrates of Remembering -- Electroencephalographic Studies -- Structural Basis of Episodic Memory -- Structural Basis of Semantic Memory -- The Neurobiological Basis of Recognition Memory -- Animal Models of Amnesia -- Perirhinal Cortex: Neural Representations -- Cortical Plasticity in Associative Learning and Memory -- Visual Priming -- Short-Term and Working Memory Systems -- Prefrontal Cortex and Memory -- Basal Forebrain and Memory -- Ascending Systems Controlling Attentional Functions -- Procedural Learning in Humans -- Neurobiology of Procedural Learning in Animals -- Procedural Learning: Classical Conditioning -- Procedural Learning: VOR -- Neurophysiology of Motor Skill Learning -- Cerebral Cortex: Motor Learning -- Neurophysiology of Birdsong Learning -- Emotional Learning: Animals -- Hormones and Memory -- Memory Modulation -- Memory-Enhancing Drugs -- Episodic Memory Decline and Healthy Aging -- Alzheimer's Disease: Neurostructures
  • v. 4. Molecular Mechanisms of Memory -- Introduction and Overview -- Molecular Studies of Learning and Memory in Aplysia and the Hippocampus: A Comparative Analysis of Implicit and Explicit Memory Storage -- Sensitization and Habituation: Invertebrate -- Molecular Mechanisms of Habituation in C. elegans -- Pain Sensitization -- Molecular Mechanism of Associative Learning in the Bee -- Molecular and System Analysis of Olfactory Memory in Drosophila -- Molecular Mechanisms of Associative Learning in Hermissenda -- Molecular Mechanism of Associative Learning in Lymnaea -- Cellular Mechanisms of Associative Learning in Aplysia -- Neural and Molecular Mechanisms of Fear Memory -- The Molecular Mechanisms of Reward -- Conditioned Taste Aversion and Taste Learning: Molecular Mechanisms -- Memory Reconsolidation -- Molecular Aspects of Memory Dysfunction in Alzheimer's Disease -- Long-Term Potentiation: A Candidate Cellular Mechanism for Information Storage in the CNS -- LTD -- Synaptic Depression and Memory Storage -- GABAergic Interneurons in Synaptic Plasticity and Information Storage -- Neurofibromatosis Type I Learning Disabilities -- The NMDA Receptor -- Second Messengers: Calcium and cAMP Signaling -- PKM[zeta], LTP Maintenance, and Long-Term Memory Storage -- CaMKII: Mechanisms of a Prototypical Memory Model -- Angelman Syndrome -- Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinases in Synaptic Plasticity and Memory -- Proteolysis and Synaptic Plasticity -- Transcription Regulation of Memory: CREB, CaMKIV, Fos/Jun, CBP, and SRF -- The NF-[kappa]B Family in Learning and Memory -- Dendritic Transport of mRNA, the IEG Arc, and Synaptic Modifications Involved in Memory Consolidation -- Glutamate Receptor Trafficking in LTP -- AMPA Receptor Regulation and the Reversal of Synaptic Plasticity -- LTP, LTD, Depotentiation, and Dedepression -- The Role of the Postsynaptic Density and the Spine Cytoskeleton in Synaptic Plasticity -- Translational Control Mechanisms in Synaptic Plasticity and Memory -- Activity-Dependent Structural Plasticity of Dendritic Spines -- Integrins and Cadherins -- Extracellular Matrix in Memory Formation -- Presynaptic Mechanisms in Plasticity and Memory -- Regulation of Synaptic Function by Endocannabinoids -- Transsynaptic Signaling by NO during Learning-Related Synaptic Plasticity -- Action Potentials in Dendrites and Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity -- Plasticity of Intrinsic Excitability as a Mechanism for Memory Storage -- Neurogenesis -- Epigenetics -- Chromatin Structure and Rett Syndrome
Control code
419265929
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (4 v.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780123705099
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
137854:137991
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)419265929

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