Perception, Memory and Emotion: Frontiers in Neuroscience

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Table of Contents

Preface
1 The Lateral Posterior-Pulvinar Complex: Its Role in Visual Perception 3
2 Prenatal and Postnatal Mechanisms for Formation of Visual Cortical Circuitry 23
3 Bilateral Receptive Field Neurons in the Postcentral Gyrus: Two Hands Meet at the Midline 33
4 Representational Plasticity Underlying Learning; Contributions to the Origins and Expressions of Neurobehavioral Disabilities 45
5 Optic Flow, Posture, and the Dorsal Visual Pathway 63
6 Optical Imaging of Columns in the Inferotemporal Cortex 79
7 Some Observations on the Perirhinal and Parahippocampal Cortices in the Rat, Monkey, and Human Brains 95
8 Studies of the Recognition Memory System 111
9 Associative Long-term Memory Mediated by Cortical Backward Neuronal Connections in the Primate Temporal Cortex 125
10 Further Fractionation of Human Memory? A Problem of Retrograde Amnesia 137
11 Neuropsychological and Neuroimaging Study of Amnesia Following Basal Forebrain Lesion 145
12 The Medial Temporal Lobe and Memory 159
13 Effects of DX-9386, a Traditional Chinese Prescription, on Learning Behaviors and Hippocampal Long-term Potentiation 173
14 Temporal-pattern-dependent Spatial-distribution of Long-term Potentiation in the Hippocampal CA1 Area Studied by an Optical Imaging Method 187
15 Long-term Potentiation in the Hippocampus: Selective Deficits During Aging 197
16 Sensory Influences on Hippocampal Complex Spike Cell Discharge Correlates 209
17 What Do Hippocampal Neurons Encode? 229
18 Hippocampal Neuronal Responsiveness to Complex and Simple Conditional Association Tasks in Monkeys 251
19 Vestibular Contribution to Spatial Memory 271
20 Paradigms for Examination of the Role Played by Hippocampal Place Cells in Different Forms of Place Navigation 291
21 The Hippocampus: Selective Functions in Memory 305
22 Spatial Memory and the Hippocampus: The Need for Psychological Analyses to Identify the Information Processing Underlying Spatial Learning 319
23 The Interaction Between Vestibular Cues and Visual Landmark Learning in Spatial Navigation 343
24 Spatial and Temporal Determinants of the Hippocampal Place Cell Activity 359
25 The Representation of Space in the Primate Hippocampus, and Episodic Memory 375
26 Procedural Learning in Monkeys - Possible Roles of the Basal Ganglia 403
27 Motor Areas in the Medial Frontal Cortex of Primates: Differences in Neuronal Activity 421
28 Visual and Auditory Responses of the Primate Prefrontal Neurons in Relation to the Significance of the Stimulus 433
29 Laterality of Hand-use in Infant Macaque Monkeys and Delayed-response Performance 445
30 Magnetoencephalographic Study on Cortical Theta Waves Induced during Concentrated Mental Work and Emotional Excitation in Human Subjects 453
31 Central Mechanisms of Learned Preference for a Deficient Nutrient and Recognition of its Intake in Rats: Deficiency of an Essential L-Amino Acid, L-Lysine
32 The Role of the Central Gustatory System in Learned Taste Aversions 479
33 Modality-specific Memory of Fear: Differential Involvement of the Amygdala and Hippocampal Formation in Pavlovian Fear Conditioning 499
34 The Emotional Brain: Clues from Fear Conditioning 513
35 Differential Roles of the Amygdala and Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis in Conditioned Fear and Startle Enhanced by Corticotropin-releasing Hormone 525
36 Computational Theory of Memory Representation and Attention System 549
37 Quantitative Analysis of Network Models and of Hippocampal Data 567
38 Reconstitution Studies on Brain Computing with the Neural Network Engineering 581
39 Role of the Hippocampus in Learning and Memory: A Computational Analysis 601
Subject index 615
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