Natural Space-Use Patterns and Hippocampal Size in Kangaroo Rats

@inproceedings{LuciaFJacobs2007NaturalSP,
  title={Natural Space-Use Patterns and Hippocampal Size in Kangaroo Rats},
  author={' LuciaF.Jacobs and Wayne D. Spencerb},
  year={2007}
}
  • ' LuciaF.Jacobs, Wayne D. Spencerb
  • Published 2007
Most mobile animals must determine and remernber the spatial locations of critical resources. The hippocanipal complex or formation, a forebrain structure in birds and mammals, is essential for integrating sensory information about cues in the environment into a geometric coordinate system, or cognitive map [O'Keefe and Nadel, 1978; BingAbstract The size of the hippocampus. a forebrain structure that processes spatial infbrmation, correlates with the need to relocate food caches by passerine… CONTINUE READING