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Respiration & Neural Dynamics in Odor Fear Learning

The ability to time intervals is critical for fundamental animal behaviors such as anticipating rewarding or aversive events. However, the neurobiological basis of interval timing in Pavlovian associative learning is poorly understood.

Ending Support for Legacy Plethysmography

Our legacy plethysmograph system has officially retired starting September 1, 2019.

Over the past few years it has become increasingly difficult to support our legacy plethysmography data acquisition hardware and software, with considerable rises in costs associated with maintenance and support for existing systems. After careful consideration, it was decided to retire the legacy plethysmograph system.

Assessing the Airway Contribution To Total Respiratory Compliance

The airways contribute to the total compliance of the respiratory system and, over the last 50 years or so, researchers have had an interest in establishing their specific contribution Indeed, the airway diameter as well as the volume of air available for ventilation following inspiration can both be affected by a change in the distensibility of the airways.