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Full text PDF. Abstract The knowledge base on behavioral parameters and neural substrates involved in eyeblink classical conditioning is extensive and continues to expand. Citations 1 Recent citations: Kevin L. Woodruff-Pak, , Developmental Psychobiology. References Thompson RF In search of memory traces. Trends Neurosci — Logan CG, Grafton ST Functional anatomy of human eyeblink conditioning determined with regional cerebral glucose metabolism and positron-emission tomography.
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