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“…The theory of alternation postulates the existence of a memory trace relative to the information (or events) received on the first trials (acquisition). De- layed spontaneous alternation tasks could account for short-term memory processes or declarative memory in mice, and any increase in delay between acquisition and retention trials leads to a rapid decay in alternation behavior (Durantou et al, 1989). In our experiment, short-term memory or retrieval deficits seem unlikely since mutants were comparable to controls at the 6-h retention delay.…”
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“…The theory of alternation postulates the existence of a memory trace relative to the information (or events) received on the first trials (acquisition). De- layed spontaneous alternation tasks could account for short-term memory processes or declarative memory in mice, and any increase in delay between acquisition and retention trials leads to a rapid decay in alternation behavior (Durantou et al, 1989). In our experiment, short-term memory or retrieval deficits seem unlikely since mutants were comparable to controls at the 6-h retention delay.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Certainly, post-trial stimulation of lateral hypothalamic neurons has been found previously to facilitate learning of passive avoidance and appetitive t-maze tasks, suggesting an additional direct role in consolidation of learning processes (Huston and Mueller 1978;Durantou et al 1989), and electrical stimulation of this region has also been reported speciÞcally to elicit previously learned responses (Popova and Pavlova 1977).…”
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“…However, regarding which ITIs support spontaneous alternation and which not, the literature is mixed. Durantou et al (1989) report high alternation rates for ITIs of 30 s in rats (Durantou et al 1989), whereas in the T-maze protocol for appetitive position discrimination for both rats and mice by Deacon 2006, it is stated that in general ITIs shorter than 10 min lead to spontaneous alternation. In the review of Dember and Fowler 1958 focusing on alternation in rats, it is described that spontaneous alternation was observed for ITIs shorter than 2 min but in some studies also up to 60 min.…”
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