PHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO LEARNING AND MEMORY
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE NEXT SPECIAL ISSUE
Pharmacological mechanisms and animal models of cognition
Cholinergic replacement strategies in Alzheimer's disease
Are better, more selective tests of cognitive performance by animals really necessary for the development of effective treatments for Alzheimer's disease? Commentary on Dawson et al. “Pharmacological mechanisms and animal models of cognition”
Comparative cognition and assessment of cognitive processes in animals
From mice to men and vice versa
Comparing cognition
Cholinergic function in the aged brain
Within-subject behavioral analysis of recent memory in aging mice
Neurohypophyseal hormone receptors in the septum are implicated in social recognition in the rat
Comparison of radial maze performance of rats after ibotenate and quisqualate lesions of the forebrain cholinergic projection system
Patterns of facilitation of memory by nicotine
Impairment of working memory by neuronal degeneration with NMDA in rat hippocampal CA-1
NMDA-receptor-dependent, muscimol-sensitive role of the entorhinal cortex in post-training memory processing
Effects of strychnine-insensitive glycine receptor antagonists and sigma agents on working memory performance
Differential effects of MK-801, NMDA and scopolamine on rats learning a four-member repeated acquisition paradigm
NMDA antagonists make learning and recall state-dependent