|2||Scientific reading, writing and learning mechanisms of simple invertebrates||
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|3||Synaptic plasticity in rodent hippocampal slices||
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|4||Molecular mechanisms underlying LTP||
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|5||Complicating the model of LTP||
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|6||The Morris water maze||
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|9||NMDA receptors and place cells||
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|10||Hippocampal representation of space in contextual fear conditioning||
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|12||Other aspects of place cells||
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|13||Does LTP really happen in the brain?||
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|14||Schemas’ of memory||
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