Psychobiological Principles of the Memory Process

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Series:
Neuroscience Research Progress
BISAC: MED057000; MED106000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/GHET8304

Memory is a cognitive process that has been addressed widely in scientific study. In fact, the number of original research articles that have attempted to characterize memory from different approaches is so vast that integrating the knowledge derived from this extensive body of scientific research makes formal compilations, such as the one offered to the reader in this book, necessary.

Psychobiological Principles of the Memory Process is a particularly useful book by virtue of the fact that it addresses genetic, molecular, cellular, and systematic aspects related to the organization and performance of memory, under both normal conditions and those associated with pathology, and because it examines clinical and experimental approaches throughout development.

The seven chapters that make up the book were written with a homogeneous structure and in clear, concise scientific language that is adequate for specialists and science students, but is also accessible to non-specialized neuroscience readers.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Basic Neuroanatomy Underlying the Memory Systems

Chapter 2. Neurochemistry of Memory

Chapter 3. Synaptic Plasticity Associated with Memory

Chapter 4. The Neuromodulation of Cognitive Processes

Chapter 5. The Development and Maturation of Memory

Chapter 6. Pathological Disorders Associated with Memory Impairments

Chapter 7. Experimental Study of Memory in Animal Models

Index

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