Early remodeling of the neocortex upon episodic memory encoding.

Abstract

Understanding the mechanisms by which long-term memories are formed and stored in the brain represents a central aim of neuroscience. Prevailing theory suggests that long-term memory encoding involves early plasticity within hippocampal circuits, whereas reorganization of the neocortex is thought to occur weeks to months later to subserve remote memory… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1408378111

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