In five sections, formation, organisation, consolidation, regulation, and adaptive specialisation of memories are covered in Principles of Learning and Memory. These types of phenomena are the most current and central ones, and they are studied from an interdisciplinary perspective.
- Synapse (how these relate to excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters)
- Definition of agonist and antagonist
- Explanation of the role of acetylcholine in memory
- Antagonist/agonist: Antonova et al (2011) Acetylcholine in memory formation
- Use of smart drugs
- Role of culture in the formation of memories
Principles of Learning and Memory focuses on the most relevant and important processes, which are explored in five sections from an interdisciplinary perspective: memory creation, organizational structure, consolidation, control, and adaptive specialism.