Learning and Memory - NEURO560

Covers classic and modern concepts of learning and memory

Course Director: Seth Tomchik
Term: Spring (every other year)
Credits: 3.0

This is a lecture course, with lectures provided by the teaching faculty. The course is designed to introduce graduate students and other participants to the field of learning and memory. The course will cover classical and modern concepts of learning and memory across all levels at which learning and memory is studied, including behavioral, anatomical, cellular, molecular and genetic levels of analysis. It will also introduce the many different systems in which learning and memory are studied, including Aplysia, Drosophila, honeybee, birds (birdsong), mice, rats, monkeys and humans. The basic concepts of learning and memory will also be related to the diseases of learning and memory.

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