Relating Hippocampal Circuitry Viewpoint to Function : Recall of Memory Sequences by Reciprocal Dentate – CA 3 Interactions

@inproceedings{Lisman1999RelatingHC,
  title={Relating Hippocampal Circuitry Viewpoint to Function : Recall of Memory Sequences by Reciprocal Dentate – CA 3 Interactions},
  author={John E. Lisman},
  year={1999}
}
whereby a synapse is strengthened if there is both pre-synaptic and strong postsynaptic activity. According to neural network theory (Kohonen, 1978; Hopfield, 1982), networks having these properties are capable of storing large numbers of autoassociative memories in their recurrent synapses. Over time, it has become clear that the flow of information through the hippocampus is not strictly serial and The hippocampus is composed of several regions, each that the CA3 network is not the only… CONTINUE READING

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