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Developmental Changes in Eye-Blink Conditioning and Neuronal Activity in the Inferior Olive
Journal of Neuroscience
Neuronal activity was recorded in the dorsal accessory inferior olive in infant rats during classical conditioning of the eye-blink response. The percentage and amplitude of eye-blink conditioned responses (CRs) increased as a function of age. The magnitude of the neuronal response to the unconditioned stimulus (US) decreased with age. There were also age-specific modifications of US-elicited inferior olive neuronal activity during paired trials in which a conditioned eye-blink response wasdoi:10.1523/jneurosci.20-21-08218.2000 pmid:11050145 fatcat:opn643jhcravjj6p3sh53m2mci