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Memory consolidation, retrograde amnesia and the hippocampal complex
The hippocampal formation and related structures are involved in certain forms of memory (e.g. autobiographical episodic and spatial memory) for as long as they exist and contribute to the transformation and stabilization of other form of memory stored elsewhere in the brain. Expand
Long-axis specialization of the human hippocampus
It is suggested that various long-axis specializations arise out of differences between the anterior and posterior hippocampus in large-scale network connectivity, the organization of entorhinal grid cells, and subfield compositions that bias the aHPC and pHPC towards pattern completion and separation, respectively. Expand
Functional neuroanatomy of remote episodic, semantic and spatial memory: a unified account based on multiple trace theory
The evidence suggests strongly that the function of the hippocampus (and possibly that of related limbic structures) is to help encode, retain, and retrieve experiences, no matter how long ago the events comprising the experience occurred, and no matter whether the memories are episodic or spatial. Expand
The Hippocampus as a Cognitive Map
Table of Contents: Chapter 1 - Remembrance of places past: a history of theories of space / Chapter 2 - Spatial behaviour / Chapter 3 - Anatomy / Chapter 4 - Physiology / Chapter 5 - Introduction toExpand
The neuropsychology of Down syndrome: evidence for hippocampal dysfunction.
The main finding was a significant Group x Domain interaction effect indicating differential hippocampal dysfunction in the group with DS, and both composites contributed unique variance to the prediction of MA and adaptive behavior in that group. Expand
Reconsolidation of episodic memories: a subtle reminder triggers integration of new information.
The study demonstrates the crucial role of reminders for the modification of episodic memory, that reconsolidation of episodi memory is time-dependent, and, in contrast to previous reconsolidations findings, that reconsideration is also a constructive process, one that supports the incorporation of new information in memory. Expand
Review of the Toxicology of Chlorpyrifos With an Emphasis on Human Exposure and Neurodevelopment
This review examines the large body of toxicological and epidemiological information on human exposures to chlorpyrifos, with an emphasis on the controversial potential for chlorpyrifos to induceExpand
Spatial memory deficits in patients with lesions to the right hippocampus and to the right parahippocampal cortex
Patients with lesions either to the right or to the left hippocampus were unimpaired on several memory tasks, including a spatial one, with a 30 min delay, designed to be analogous to the Morris water maze, suggesting that the parahippocampal cortex itself may play an important role in spatial memory. Expand
The cognitive neuroscience of remote episodic, semantic and spatial memory
A unified account based on multiple trace theory is proposed, which states that the hippocampus is needed for re-experiencing detailed episodic and spatial memories no matter how old they are, and that it contributes to the formation and assimilation of semantic memories and schematic spatial maps. Expand
Episodic Memory and Beyond: The Hippocampus and Neocortex in Transformation.
Using the component process model as a framework, and focusing on the hippocampus, its subfields, and specialization along its longitudinal axis, along with its interaction with other brain regions, this work considers these new developments and their implications for the organization of episodic memory and its contribution to functions in other domains. Expand