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Neural-network simulations of memory consolidation and reconsolidation

@article{Helfer2019NeuralnetworkSO,
  title={Neural-network simulations of memory consolidation and reconsolidation},
  author={Peter Helfer and T. Shultz},
  journal={arXiv: Neurons and Cognition},
  year={2019}
}
In the mammalian brain newly acquired memories depend on the hippocampus for maintenance and recall, but over time these functions are taken over by the neocortex through a process called systems consolidation. However, reactivation of a consolidated memory can induce a brief period of temporary hippocampus-dependence, followed by return to hippocampus-independence. Here we present a computational model that uses simulation of recently described mechanisms of synaptic plasticity to account for… Expand

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