Revisiting the maturation of medial temporal lobe memory functions in primates.

@article{Alvarado2000RevisitingTM,
  title={Revisiting the maturation of medial temporal lobe memory functions in primates.},
  author={Maria C Alvarado and Jocelyne Bachevalier},
  journal={Learning & memory},
  year={2000},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={
          244-56
        }
}
In a review of the literature on the development of the medial temporal lobe region in humans, monkeys, and rodents, Bachevalier and Beauregard indicated that in primates, memory functions subserved by this neural system emerge early in life and increment gradually with further postnatal maturation. Furthermore, they stated that the late-developing memory functions of normal neonates was more likely owing to the slow maturation of the association areas of the cortex than to the slow maturation… CONTINUE READING

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