Poldrack Review Article 2003

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NMDA Receptors are mediated by Glutamate orsal-Striatal system is negatively correlated with the activation of the MTL! Poldrack Review Article 2003 Neurobiological studies, for instance, have identified separable cognitive or “declarative” and stimulus–response “habit” memory systems that rely upon the medial temporal lobe (e.g. hippocampus) and basal ganglia (e.g. caudate–putamen), respectively. Evidence indicates that multiple memory systems are activated simultaneously and in parallel in various learning tasks, and recent findings suggest that these systems may interact. One form of interaction between medial temporal lobe and basal ganglia memory systems appears competitive in nature, and has been revealed in non-human animal studies in which damage to a given memory system results in enhanced learning Declarative Memory Procedural Memory Hippocampus Other MTL Structures Basal Ganglia Cerebellum Some use of MTL, but not crucial characterized by flexibly accessible, relational memory for past events and facts memories underlying other learned behaviors (e.g. acquisition of stimulus–response habits, and some forms of Pavlovian conditioning) Double Dissociation Learning Tasks Hippocampal System Cortico-striatal System Required for recognition tasks
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