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Dr Clea Warburton

Dr Clea Warburton

Dr Clea Warburton
BSc(R'dg), PhD(Lond)

Reader in Cognitive Neuroscience

Area of research

Neural and cellular substrates of learning and memory

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Research summary

My research interests are the neural and cellular substrates of learning and memory processes in animals. I am specifically interested in the distinct contributions the perirhinal and prefrontal cortices and the hippocampal formation make to recognition memory processing.

The work conducted by my research group has involved the use of a number of complementary behavioural, and pharmacological techniques to examine the neural basis of recognition memory. In some of our recent experiments we have revealed that the perirhinal cortex, hippocampus and prefrontal cortex are differentially involved in specific components of recognition memory, namely familiairity discrimination (our ability to tell if ...

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