12-7 - The neuron is refractory (does not respond to...

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Topics for Tuesday, Dec 7 Applying Lidocaine to  Interpositus Nucleus (IN) Is IN a CS-US Learning Neuron or a CR Motor Performance Neuron? Cross-Factorial Analysis
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What is the role of IN? Does the IN influence learning of the CS- US relationship? OR Does the IN influence expression of the  performance of the CR?
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Two Distinct Models of the Role of IN CR does not develop because IN is the  Delta V Learning Neuron. CR does not develop because IN is the  CR Motor Performance Neuron.
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Effects of Lidocaine on Nictitating  Membrane Conditioning in the Rabbit   Lidocaine is a topical anaesthetic. Application of lidocaine to the Interpositus  Nucleus (IN) blocks neurotransmission  through this neuron. 
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Unformatted text preview: The neuron is refractory (does not respond to inputs) and does not fire or depolarize (does not communicate to its target neurons). Make 4 copies of the following slide . Final Exam You may take the Final Exam either on: The last class meeting (Fri, Dec 10) in this classroom (8:10 - 9:30 AM). OR In accordance with the University Final Exam Schedule (Mon, Dec 20) in this classroom (8:00 AM 9:20 AM) Final Exam Is not cumulative. Consists of 30 multiple choice questions from Chapters 11 and 12 of the Domjan textbook and from lectures given on Nov 23, Nov 30, Dec 3, and Dec 7. Bring your Rutgers ID and a calculator....
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