Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
James R. Bloedel
The cerebellar learning hypothesis postulates that the inferior olive provides the cerebellum with a teaching signal that is required for acquisition and maintenance of conditioned eyeblinks. This dissertation addresses the effects of blocking inferior olivary glutamate neurotransmission on acquisition of conditioned responses.
Andrew J. Carrel
Carrel, Andrew J., "The role of glutamatergic inferior olivary teaching signals in the acquisition of conditioned eyeblinks" (2012). Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 12617.