Homologous involvement of striatum and prefrontal cortex in rodent and human water maze learning.

@article{Woolleya2013HomologousIO,
  title={Homologous involvement of striatum and prefrontal cortex in rodent and human water maze learning.},
  author={Daniel G. Woolleya and Annelies Laeremansb and Ilse Gantoisc and Dante Mantinid and Ben Vermaerckec and Hans P. Op de Beeckc and Stephan P. Swinnena and Nicole Wenderotha and Lutgarde Arckensb and Doriana Rudi and Hoogec},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={110 8},
  pages={
          3131-6
        }
}
The multiple memory systems hypothesis posits that dorsal striatum and hippocampus are central nodes in independent memory systems, supporting response-based and place-based learning, respectively. Although our understanding of the function of hippocampus within this framework is relatively well established, the contribution of dorsal striatum is less clear. This in part seems to be due to the heterogeneous nature of dorsal striatum, which receives extensive topographically organized… CONTINUE READING
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