Illustration of Purkinje cells by Santiago Ramón y Cajal, 1899; Instituto Cajal, Madrid, Spain.

The hard work in the CCL research team at Associative Learning is bearing fruit. See below links to publications and an interview with Germund Hesslow about the team’s new findings in classical conditioning:

1. A recently published review paper on timing mechanisms in Purkinje cells, from a themed issue on Timing Behavior in Current Opinion in Behavioural Sciences.

2. An interview with Germund Hesslow in the Academic Minute on WAMC Northeast Public Radio.

3. A popular science article about Anders Rasmussen’s research on feedback mechanisms in associative learning, published in Atlas of Science.