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He is currently bolsista iniciação científica at Universidade Federal de São Paulo. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Stimuli to be associated frequently overlap, but it is also possible to associate stimuli discontinuously in time, as shown in trace conditioning for a discrete stimulus. This learning probably requires that the brain continues representing the stimulus after its presentation and involves the pre-limbic cortex (PL). Because the environment is also a powerful CS and inevitably associated...
Timing is a universal component of sensory and motor processing, cognition and learning. Spatial and temporal processing in establishing relations between events is an intrinsic part on our day by day perceptions, being essential for normal and adapted behavior. Auditory trace fear conditioning is a model that has been successfully used to experimentally reproduce aspects of learning th...
In contextual fear conditioning (CFC) the environmental context can signal the occurrence of an aversive stimulus (US). This association leads to fear conditioned responses (CR) when it is re-exposed to the context. It is thought that these conditioned memories are encoded by a strengthening of synaptic connections between neurons that are active at the time of CFC, forming neuronal en...
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