Relating Hippocampal Circuitry to Function Recall of Memory Sequences by Reciprocal Dentate–CA3 Interactions

@article{Lisman1999RelatingHC,
  title={Relating Hippocampal Circuitry to Function Recall of Memory Sequences by Reciprocal Dentate–CA3 Interactions},
  author={John E. Lisman},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={1999},
  volume={22},
  pages={233-242}
}
Summary and Conclusionsbasedonpastevents(Sokolov,1963).Thismodel,which Theviewthatemergesofthehippocampusisarelativelycan be thought of as stored sequences, allows predic- simple one that can be related to the functional require-tion of expected events (if this happens, then I expect ments of episodic memory and more specifically to thethat to happen). The brain continuously compares these storage and retrieval of memory sequences in context.expectations with reality. If the comparison shows a… CONTINUE READING
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