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Conditioned inhibition: selective response of single units

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Science  04 May 1979:
Vol. 204, Issue 4392, pp. 528-530
DOI: 10.1126/science.432660

Abstract

Single cell activity and local field potentials in parastriate cortex of cats and rabbits were studied during a Pavlovian discrimination procedure. Cell activity was selectively modified; conditioned changes occurred in response either to the reinforced stimulus or to the unreinforced one, but not to both. Cells exhibiting conditioned alteration in response to the unreinforced stimulus are thought to participate in specialized circuits mediating conditioned inhibition.

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