spatial memory

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spatial memory

The ability to recall three-dimensional objects or places, e.g., the location of an object in space, the position of one object in relation to another, or the correct path through a maze.
See also: memory
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The findings establish a critical link between structural and functional brain alterations that happen during spatial learning.
In animal data presented at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons 2014 Annual Meeting, the cells rescued spatial learning and memory deficits in an animal model of Alzheimer's disease.
While spatial learning and spatial memory formation did not differ prior to treatment, animals that received resveratrol showed improvement in these abilities at 25 months.
Calcium-chelation was shown to improve spatial learning and synaptic plasticity in older animals.
A number of small scientific studies have found a link between blueberry consumption and improved spatial learning and memory.
Thompson 1976; Thompson and Moerschbaecher 1979b) are not present in spatial learning.
The journal Stem Cells Translational Medicine reports on research at the University of Texas showing that Multipotent Progenitor Stem Cells - a subpopulation of BMSC- reduced brain inflammation and helped improve spatial learning after Traumatic Brain Injury / TBI in a rodent model.
Previously, studies have shown spatial learning and motor sequence learning can be enhanced during sleep.
With these methods I propose to study how different BF subsystems support sustained attention and spatial learning.
The present study investigated whether bilobalide, an important constituent in GBE, could affect anxiety, spatial learning and memory in male mice and whether hippocampal glucocorticoid receptor expression is associated with alteration in these behaviors.

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