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Neurosteroids mediate habituation and tonic inhibition in the auditory midbrain

Disney, A; Calford, Mike B


Habituation of the behavioral response to a repetitive stimulus is a well-established observation in perceptual studies and is considered a basic form of nonassociative learning. There is also a long history of physiological studies suggesting that central nervous system habituation is mediated by inhibition. At higher levels of the sensory pathways, such inhibition is mainly contributed by GABAa receptor mechanisms. Concepts of modification of synaptic efficacy that apply to excitatory amino...[Show more]

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Date published: 2001
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Neurophysiology


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