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Cellular mechanisms of decision making in Aplysia californica
All animals are perpetually besieged with stimuli and face an extraordinary array of choices. We constantly must decide to which stimuli to respond, as well as how and when to respond. Although the decision-making process ...
Long-term sensitization training alters the biophysical properties of a decision-making neuron in the feeding neural circuit of Aplysia californica
The marine mollusk Aplysia californica is an exceptional model system to study the cellular mechanisms underlying learning-induced behavioral modifications. One particular well-studied learning paradigm in Aplysia is ...