Interestingly subtitled memory of a special kind the short volume goes heavily into neuroanatomy physiology and molecular biochemistry perhaps of most interest to toxicologists is the 15 page chapter on the pharmacology of conditioned taste aversion. The oxford psychology series is dedicated to publishing monographs that contain the leading research in attention perception and memory these books will serve as essential reference works for scholars from advanced undergraduates to professional researchers in psychology neuroscience psychiatry and neurology. Conditioned taste aversion cta is a powerful defense mechanism protecting animals against repeated consumption of toxic food cta has a number of unusual properties that challenge the basic tenets of traditional learning and memory theory in the past decade several pivotal discoveries have considerably advanced our understanding of the neural processes underlying cta and opened new . Conditioned taste aversion cta is a defence device protecting animals against repeated consumption of toxic food this text reviews the current state of research into cta providing a summary of read more. Conditioned taste aversion cta is a robust defence device protecting animals against the repeated consumption of toxic food cta is due to an association of the gustatory conditional stimulus cs with the delayed visceral unconditional stimulus us chapter 1 gives a brief survey of the history of cta chapter 2 describes the methodology of behavioral tests undertaken
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