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Julie R. Dumont, Eman Amin and John P. Aggleton Selective importance of the rat anterior thalamic nuclei for configural learning involving distal spatial cues European Journal of Neuroscience 39

Version of Record online: 11 NOV 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/ejn.12409

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Anterior thalamic nuclei (ATN) lesions impaired biconditional learning when the task used distal spatial cues, but spared contextual biconditional learning (see graph). ATN lesions did not stop discrimination learning (go/no-go) between two locations approached from a constant direction, but still impaired acquisition of a spatial biconditional task when those same places determined the correct choice. These ATN lesion deficits mirror those seen after hippocampal lesions in rats.

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