Memory Consolidation and the Hippocampal Complex


The hippocampal complex, is widely accepted as the structure supporting the acquisition of declarative memories. Another less unanimously shared position is that the same structures, which are necessary for the acquisition of declarative memories, are involved in the maintenance of them in the period after the initial learning occurred. Evidence from… (More)


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@inproceedings{Mhl2005MemoryCA, title={Memory Consolidation and the Hippocampal Complex}, author={Christian M{\"{u}hl and Kai-Uwe K{\"{u}hnberger and Peter K{\"{o}nig and Petra Ludewig and Thorsten Hinrichs}, year={2005} }