All Relations between learning and memory and hippocampal formation

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Charles Scerri, Caroline A Stewart, Kieran C Breen, David J K Balfou. The effects of chronic nicotine on spatial learning and bromodeoxyuridine incorporation into the dentate gyrus of the rat. Psychopharmacology vol 184 issue 3-4 2006 16025316 improved learning and memory has also been related to increased neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus (dg) of the hippocampal formation. 2006-10-06 2023-01-24 rat
Colin Lever, Stephen Burton, John O'Keef. Rearing on hind legs, environmental novelty, and the hippocampal formation. Reviews in the neurosciences vol 17 issue 1-2 2006 16703946 we suggest that rearing is a useful marker of environmental novelty, that the hippocampal formation is a crucial component of the system controlling rearing in novel environments, and that rearing is one of several ethological measures that can profitably be used to assess hippocampal learning and memory. 2006-06-22 2023-01-24 Not clear
Xavier Fontana, Juan N\\xc3\\xa1cher, Eduardo Soriano, Jos\\xc3\\xa9 Antonio del R\\xc3\\xad. Cell proliferation in the adult hippocampal formation of rodents and its modulation by entorhinal and fimbria-fornix afferents. Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) vol 16 issue 3 2006 15958781 however, few of these studies focused on the hippocampal formation (hf), a cortical area involved in learning and memory in which extensive cell death occurs in neurodegenerative diseases. 2006-03-29 2023-01-24 Not clear
C H Salmond, D K Menon, D A Chatfield, G B Williams, A Pena, B J Sahakian, J D Pickar. Diffusion tensor imaging in chronic head injury survivors: correlations with learning and memory indices. NeuroImage vol 29 issue 1 2006 16084738 a significant positive correlation was found between diffusivity and impairment of learning and memory in the left posterior cingulate, left hippocampal formation and left temporal, frontal and occipital cortex. 2006-02-27 2023-01-24 Not clear
Mark B Mos. The sea horse comes of age: theoretical comment on Rehbein, Killiany, and Mahut (2005) and Killiany, Rehbein, and Mahut (2005). Behavioral neuroscience vol 119 issue 4 2006 16187845 impairments in various aspects of learning and memory have been ascribed to the effects of damage to the hippocampal formation in adult nonhuman primates. 2006-01-23 2023-01-24 monkey
Jeanine I H Keuker, Jan N Keijser, Csaba Nyakas, Paul G M Luiten, Eberhard Fuch. Aging is accompanied by a subfield-specific reduction of serotonergic fibers in the tree shrew hippocampal formation. Journal of chemical neuroanatomy vol 30 issue 4 2006 16169187 the hippocampal formation is a crucial structure for learning and memory, and serotonin together with other neurotransmitters is essential in these processes. 2006-01-13 2023-01-24 rat
Bruce S McEwe. Glucocorticoids, depression, and mood disorders: structural remodeling in the brain. Metabolism: clinical and experimental vol 54 issue 5 Suppl 1 2005 15877308 the hippocampal formation expresses high levels of adrenal steroid receptors and is a malleable brain structure that is important for certain types of learning and memory. 2005-07-05 2023-01-24 Not clear
Jennifer J Siegel, Douglas Nitz, Verner P Bingma. Spatial-specificity of single-units in the hippocampal formation of freely moving homing pigeons. Hippocampus vol 15 issue 1 2005 15390167 the importance of space-specific single-unit activity for hippocampal formation (hf)-mediated learning and memory in rodents has been extensively studied, yet little is known about how the unit findings in rodents generalize to other vertebrate species. 2005-05-11 2023-01-24 rat
Bruce S McEwe. Protection and damage from acute and chronic stress: allostasis and allostatic overload and relevance to the pathophysiology of psychiatric disorders. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences vol 1032 issue 2005 15677391 the hippocampal formation expresses high levels of adrenal steroid receptors and is a malleable brain structure that is important for certain types of learning and memory. 2005-04-19 2023-01-24 Not clear
Mathieu Wolff, Pierre Costet, Cornelius Gross, Ren\\xc3\\xa9 Hen, Louis Segu, Marie-Christine Buho. Age-dependent effects of serotonin-1A receptor gene deletion in spatial learning abilities in mice. Brain research. Molecular brain research vol 130 issue 1-2 2005 15519675 the serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine, 5-ht) receptor 1a is involved in many physiological functions, including the regulation of learning and memory by acting either as an autoreceptor located on 5-ht neurons (raphe nuclei) or as a heteroreceptor on non-5-ht neurons, mainly in the hippocampal formation. 2005-03-30 2023-01-24 mouse
Bruce S McEwen, Sumantra Chattarj. Molecular mechanisms of neuroplasticity and pharmacological implications: the example of tianeptine. European neuropsychopharmacology : the journal of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology vol 14 Suppl 5 issue 2005 15550348 the hippocampal formation, which expresses high levels of adrenal steroid receptors, is a malleable brain structure that is important for certain types of learning and memory. 2005-01-19 2023-01-24 Not clear
Hisao Nishijo, Teruko Uwano, Yong-Mei Zhong, Taketoshi On. Proof of the mysterious efficacy of ginseng: basic and clinical trials: effects of red ginseng on learning and memory deficits in an animal model of amnesia. Journal of pharmacological sciences vol 95 issue 2 2005 15215637 the results, along with previous studies showing significant effects of red ginseng on the central nervous system, suggest that red ginseng ameliorates learning and memory deficits through effects on the central nervous system, partly through effects on the hippocampal formation. 2005-01-05 2023-01-24 rat
R Galani, E Coutureau, C Kelch. Effects of enriched postoperative housing conditions on spatial memory deficits in rats with selective lesions of either the hippocampus, subiculum or entorhinal cortex. Restorative neurology and neuroscience vol 13 issue 3-4 2004 12671278 the present results indicate that 1) the structures within the hippocampal formation are not similarly involved in spatial learning and memory processes and in the management of navigational demands of the radial maze, and 2) enriched conditions may enhance the spared spatial abilities of some lesioned rats thus promoting functional recovery. 2004-10-22 2023-01-24 rat
Jesse Cushman, Jeannette Lo, Zhi Huang, Clive Wasserfall, John M Petitt. Neurobehavioral changes resulting from recombinase activation gene 1 deletion. Clinical and diagnostic laboratory immunology vol 10 issue 1 2003 12522033 the rag-1 gene is also localized to neurons in the hippocampal formation and related limbic regions that are involved in spatial learning and memory as well as other parameters of neurobehavioral performance. 2003-08-01 2023-01-24 mouse
Carmela Lopes, Zoubida Chettouh, Jean Maurice Delabar, Mohammed Rachid. The differentially expressed C21orf5 gene in the medial temporal-lobe system could play a role in mental retardation in Down syndrome and transgenic mice. Biochemical and biophysical research communications vol 305 issue 4 2003 12767918 its patterned differential expression in the medial temporal-lobe system, including hippocampal formation and perirhinal cortex involved in memory storage, and learning and memory defects in the transgenic mice suggest a specialized role for c21orf5 in cognitive processes. 2003-07-24 2023-01-24 mouse
R Bartesaghi, S Severi, S Guid. Effects of early environment on pyramidal neuron morphology in field CA1 of the guinea-pig. Neuroscience vol 116 issue 3 2003 12573714 the neuroanatomical changes caused by isolation in field ca1 and in the two other elements of the trisynaptic circuit are likely to be associated with changes in the physiology of the hippocampal formation and in cognitive processes such as learning and memory in which the hippocampal formation plays a pivotal role. 2003-05-07 2023-01-24 Not clear
Patrick D Martin, Alain Bertho. Development of spatial firing in the hippocampus of young rats. Hippocampus vol 12 issue 4 2003 12201631 the hippocampal formation participates in learning and memory, particularly that of a spatial nature. 2003-03-05 2023-01-24 rat
Li Liu, Sami Ikonen, Taneli Heikkinen, Matti Heikkil\\xc3\\xa4, Jukka Puoliv\\xc3\\xa4li, Thomas van Groen, Heikki Tanil. Effects of fimbria-fornix lesion and amyloid pathology on spatial learning and memory in transgenic APP+PS1 mice. Behavioural brain research vol 134 issue 1-2 2002 12191831 to assess the behavioral consequences of amyloid accumulation in the hippocampal formation, we compared the effects of app+ps1 (ap) genotype and fimbria-fornix (ffx) transection, either alone or combined, on various spatial learning and memory tasks. 2002-11-19 2023-01-24 mouse
Gerald E Hough, Kevin C H Pang, Verner P Bingma. Intrahippocampal connections in the pigeon (Columba livia) as revealed by stimulation evoked field potentials. The Journal of comparative neurology vol 452 issue 3 2002 12353225 the hippocampal formation (hf) of mammals and birds is crucial for spatial learning and memory. 2002-10-30 2023-01-24 pigeon
Robert T Gerlai, Alexander McNamara, Simon Williams, Heidi S Phillip. Hippocampal dysfunction and behavioral deficit in the water maze in mice: an unresolved issue? Brain research bulletin vol 57 issue 1 2002 11827731 dysfunction of the hippocampal formation manifests as impaired relational learning and memory in humans and animals. 2002-04-16 2023-01-24 mouse