F

FAK, 256f

Farnesyl transferase, 312 Fatty Acids, 210f Fear conditioning, 21, 21f, 30, 32f context descrimination, 33 contextual, 31-33 extinction of fear, 31 hippocampus dependence, 31-32

in Angelman Syndrome mouse model, 319, 319f contextual vs. cued fear conditioning, 53

Passive avoidence as control, 30

tone cue, 31 trace cued, 75, 288 white noise cue, 33 cue-plus-contextual, 30-31 evidence of behavioral role for

LTP, 143b FMR2 knockout mice, 329 freezing, 31

multimodal associations, 50 NMDA dependence, 280 protein kinase activation, 50f reconsolidation studies, 85b startle response, 31 Tg2576 mice, 357-358 training phase, 33 Feedback mechanisms, 148, 161,

174-175, 249, 254, 388 Feed-forward mechanisms,

128-131, 148, 174-175 Fiber volley, 99, 101-102b Field EPSP, see Population EPSP Filamin, 165, 165f Fixed pattern generators, see

Central pattern generators Flashbulb memory, 24 FMRP, 222f, 223, 252, 326, 327f Focal Adhesion Kinase, see FAK Food poisoning, 9 Forgetting, 11-12, 384-385b fos, 239

Fragile X mental retardation, 223 CpG dinucleotides, 326 trinucleotide sequences, 325, 327 type 1, 309, 315, 325-327 type2, 309, 315, 327, 329-332 Frey, Uwe, 224b Frost, William, 375b

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