Long-Term Potentiation, Volume 3
This is the third volume in a series of books devoted to the mechanisms and functional significance of two forms of synaptic plasticity, Long-Term Potentiation (LTP) and Long-Term Depression (LTD), which are widely assumed to play critical roles in information processing and storage in the brain. Long-Term Potentiation offers the most recent hypotheses concerning the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying LTP and LTD, discusses the functional significance of LTP and LTD in neuronal networks, and reviews several examples of network simulations incorporating LTP- and LTD-like rules of synaptic modification. The book is organized into several sections covering different aspects of the field ranging from molecular and cellular processes to network models. The often deliberately controversial contributions are from the leading laboratories in the field and reflect contemporary multidisciplinary approaches.
HardcoverOut of Print ISBN: 9780262024099 448 pp. | 7 in x 10 in
This up-to-date addition to the series on Long-Term Potentiation makes the series the definitive work in the field. The latest volume covers the entire spectrum of investigation on this crucial phenomenon, from molecules to models, and is certain to play a major role in setting the future direction of the field.
Bruce L. McNaughton
Professor, Psychology and Physiology, University of Arizona