A hippocampal temporal gating mechanism for episodic visual memories.

Abstract

Our visual systems undoubtedly process far more than we can actually remember. But what determines whether something is remembered or not? Here, I propose that the key to storage could be the duration of neuronal activation. Even when presented in an RSVP stream at 72 images per second, briefly presented stimuli can be fully processed and activate selective… (More)
DOI: 10.1167/15.12.89

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