Idiothetic input into object-place configuration as the contribution to memory of the monkey and human hippocampus: a review


Memory for object-place configurations appears to be a common function of the hippocampus in the human and monkey brain. The nature of the spatial information which enters into these object-configural memories in the primate, and the location of the memories themselves, have remained obscure, however. In the rat, much evidence indicates that the hippocampus… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002210050562


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