Between-systems memory interference during retrieval.

  title={Between-systems memory interference during retrieval.},
  author={Fraser Todd Sparks and H. -J. Lehmann and Rob J. Sutherland},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  volume={34 5},
Context memories normally depend on the hippocampus (HPC) but, in the absence of the HPC, other memory systems are capable of acquiring and supporting these memories. This suggests that the HPC can interfere with other systems during memory acquisition. Here we ask whether the HPC can also interfere with the retrieval of a context memory that was independently acquired by a non-HPC system. Specifically, we assess whether the HPC can impair the retrieval of a contextual fear-conditioning memory… CONTINUE READING
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