Multiple Neuron Recording in the Hippocampus of Freely Moving Animals
Annual progress rept. 1 Dec 1989-30 Nov 1990
BOWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE WINSTON-SALEM NC
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Progress over the last year on the development of multineuronal recording systems has been significant. Since this was one of the main objectives of the consortium of three laboratories it has been a principle focus of the past years research efforts. This phase is near completion and currently being implemented in several research projects. Consequently most of the research effort in the past year has been directed toward these technological accomplishments. However in addition to the strides made in bringing the multineurone and multi-tasking computer systems to completion, several studies which were in preliminary stages at the time of submission are now near completion, several studies which were in preliminary stages at the time of submission are now near completion and are being prepared for publication. Specifically, these include the signal detection task and the DMTS task in which complex neurophysiological analyses have revealed striking new relationships to sensory processing strategies in the hippocampus and cortex. The accompanying report summarizes these and other accomplishments in the first year of the award.
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