In article <1992Dec16.170208.9461 at iscsvax.uni.edu> smith3682 at iscsvax.uni.edu writes:
>I'm begining a study about the role played by second messengers in learning
>behavior. In particular, I would like to know more about current models being
>developed n cell responses to various stimuli, and the way these responses lead
>to long-term changes in the cell. I am also interested in the way certain
>drugs affect these cellular responses and ultimately affect learning and
>memory. Does any one know any good, recent references.
I'd try _Principles of Neural Science_, that huge book by Kandel,
Schwartz, and Jessel. The last few chapters deal a great deal with
learning and memory, and talk about the second messenger systems involved
in presynaptic facilitation in Aplysia and LTP in the hippocampus.
Rebecca A. Drayer, EMT-A | drayer at minerva.cis.yale.edu
Neurobiology major | Computing Assistant
| Silliman College, Yale University