Spatial mapping: definitive disruption by hippocampal or medial frontal cortical damage in the rat

@article{Sutherland1982SpatialMD,
  title={Spatial mapping: definitive disruption by hippocampal or medial frontal cortical damage in the rat},
  author={R. Sutherland and B. Kolb and I. Whishaw},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={1982},
  volume={31},
  pages={271-276}
}
Abstract Unlike normal rats, rats with bilateral lesions in either the hippocampus or medial frontal cortex did not learn to swim from different directions to a hidden platform located at a specific place in a room. Experimental and clinical evidence indicates that a fronto-hippocampal system may provide an integrated neurological basis for spatial representational ability. 
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