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Handbook of object novelty recognition [electronic resource] / edited by Abdel Ennaceur, Maria Angelica de Souza Silva.

Publication:
London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, [2018]
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource : illustrations.
Series:
Handbook of behavioral neuroscience ; v. 27.
Handbook of behavioral neuroscience ; volume 27
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Subjects:
Cognitive neuroscience.
Recognition (Psychology).
Brain.
Memory consolidation.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Front Cover; HANDBOOK OF OBJECT NOVELTY RECOGNITION; HANDBOOK OF OBJECT NOVELTY RECOGNITION; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Preface; References; 1
Object Novelty Recognition Memory; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. OBJECT NOVELTY RECOGNITION MEMORY TEST USES; 3. DIVERSITY AND EXPLOITATION OF TEST PARAMETERS; 4. PLURALITY AND AMBIGUITY OF THE OBJECT NOVELTY RECOGNITION MEMORY TEST IDENTIFIERS; 5. OBJECT RECOGNITION AND WORKING MEMORY; 6. OBJECT NOVELTY RECOGNITION MEMORY TEST AND VARIANTS; 7. OPEN FIELD AND MAZES; 8. OBJECT FEATURES; 8.1 Visual Features; 8.2 Visual Stimuli Affordances
8.3 Automated Visual Discrimination and Recognition Memory9. SIMPLE VERSUS COMPLEX OBJECTS VERSUS SIMILARITY; 10. SINGLE OBJECT AND DIFFERENT OBJECT IN THE SAMPLE PHASE; 10.1 Single Object; 10.2 Different Objects; 11. LOCOMOTOR ACTIVITY, EXPLORATION AND MEMORY; 12. PRETEST HABITUATION; 13. MEASUREMENTS AND ANALYSIS; 13.1 Object Contacts and Object Zones; 13.2 Indices of Object Exploration and Discrimination; 14. CONCLUSION; References; 2
Theories and Concepts; 1. INTRODUCTION; 1.1 Declarative Memory: Episodic and Semantic Memory; 1.2 Short-Term Versus Long-Term Versus Working Memory
1.3 Recognition Memory: Recollection and Familiarity2. NEUROANATOMY OF THE MEDIAL TEMPORAL LOBE; 3. THEORIES OF HIPPOCAMPAL MEMORY FUNCTION; 3.1 The Standard Model of Consolidation or Declarative Memory Theory; 3.2 The Spatial Map Theory; 3.3 The Relational Theory; 3.4 The Multiple Trace Theory; 3.5 The Dual-Process Theory; 4. FAMILIARITY AND RECOLLECTION; 4.1 Human Studies on Recognition Memory Performance; 4.2 Animal Studies on Recognition Memory Performance; 5. OBJECT PERCEPTION AND RECOGNITION; 6. SPATIAL PERCEPTION AND RECOGNITION; 7. TEMPORAL PERCEPTION AND RECOGNITION
8. TOWARDS A UNIFYING MODEL OF RECOGNITION AND RECALL8.1 What/Where/When; 8.2 Familiarity Versus Recollection; 8.3 Medial Temporal Lobe Versus Prefrontal Cortex; 8.4 Unifying Neuropsychobiological Framework; 9. CONCLUSIONS; Acknowledgements; References; 3
Object Novelty Memory Tests: Methods, Test Procedures and Measurements; 1. OBJECT NOVELTY RECOGNITION; 1.1 General; 1.2 Apparatus; 1.3 Procedure; 1.4 Statistical Analysis; 1.5 Familiarization and Habituation; 2. OBJECT LOCATION RECOGNITION; 2.1 General; 2.2 Apparatus; 2.3 Procedure; 2.4 Statistical Analysis
2.5 Familiarization and Habituation3. OBJECT IN PLACE RECOGNITION; 3.1 General; 3.2 Apparatus; 3.3 Procedure; 3.4 Statistical Analysis; 3.5 Familiarization and Habituation; 4. OBJECT IN CONTEXT RECOGNITION; 4.1 General; 4.2 Apparatus; 4.3 Procedure; 4.4 Statistical Analysis; 4.5 Familiarization and Habituation; 5. OBJECT TEMPORAL ORDER RECOGNITION; 5.1 General; 5.2 Apparatus; 5.3 Procedure; 5.4 Statistical Analysis; 5.5 Familiarization and Habituation; 6. OBJECT PATTERN SEPARATION; 6.1 General; 6.2 Apparatus; 6.3 Procedure; 6.4 Statistical Analysis; 6.5 Familiarization and Habituation
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed November 20, 2018).
Contributor:
Ennaceur, Abdel, editor.
Silva, Maria Angelica de Souza, editor.
ISBN:
9780128120149
0128120142
9780128120125
0128120126
OCLC:
1066247646
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.