ANATOMICAL LOCALIZATION OF TARGET LEARNING AND MEMORY.
UNIVERSITY COLL LONDON (ENGLAND) DEPT OF ANATOMY
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The report covers work on the tactile memory system, since this may be most suitable for studies of biochemical and other changes during learning. A thorough investigation of the basic conditions of touch learning was made. Investigation of synaptic structure and transmitters has continued. There have been some further studies of the effects of puromycin on protein synthesis and learning. Author
- Anatomy and Physiology