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Evaluation of participatory teaching methods in undergraduate medical students’ learning along the first academic courses

Miguel Biscaia for their support Author Contributions Conceptualization: Beatriz Gal. Data curation: Eva Iglesias, PurificacioÂn GonzaÂlez. Formal analysis: Margarita Rubio. Funding acquisition ... : Beatriz Gal. Investigation: Beatriz Gal. Methodology: Beatriz Gal, Margarita Rubio, PurificacioÂn GonzaÂlez. Project administration: Beatriz Gal. Supervision: Beatriz Gal. Validation: Beatriz Gal

To be or not to be: the importance of attendance in integrated physiology teaching using non-traditional approaches

Background There is increasing use of non-traditional methods like problem-based learning, team-working and several other active-learning techniques in Physiology teaching. While several studies have investigated the impact of class attendance on the academic performance in traditional teaching, there is limited information regarding whether the new modalities are especially...

Systemic Injection of Kainic Acid Differently Affects LTP Magnitude Depending on its Epileptogenic Efficiency

Seizures have profound impact on synaptic function and plasticity. While kainic acid is a popular method to induce seizures and to potentially affect synaptic plasticity, it can also produce physiological-like oscillations and trigger some forms of long-term potentiation (LTP). Here, we examine whether induction of LTP is altered in hippocampal slices prepared from rats with...

Hippocampal-Dependent Spatial Memory in the Water Maze is Preserved in an Experimental Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy in Rats

Cognitive impairment is a major concern in temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE). While different experimental models have been used to characterize TLE-related cognitive deficits, little is known on whether a particular deficit is more associated with the underlying brain injuries than with the epileptic condition per se. Here, we look at the relationship between the pattern of brain...