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Emotional Modulation of the Synapse

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Emotional Modulation of the Synapse
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Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN-13: 9782889196067
Number of pages: 135

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Enduring changes in the structure and function of synapses, neural circuitry, and ultimately behavior, can be modulated by highly aversive or rewarding experiences. In the last decade, the convergence of cellular, molecular, and systems neuroscience has produced new insights into the biological mechanisms that determine whether a memory will be stored for the long-term or lost forever.

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