The Role of Theta-Range Oscillations in Synchronising and Integrating Activity in Distributed Mnemonic Networks

@article{Kirk2003TheRO,
  title={The Role of Theta-Range Oscillations in Synchronising and Integrating Activity in Distributed Mnemonic Networks},
  author={Ian J. Kirk and James C. Mackay},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2003},
  volume={39},
  pages={993-1008}
}
It is well established that the occurrence of theta rhythm in the hippocampus is important in a variety of mnemonic tasks. However, in this review it will be argued that theta-rhythmic activity occurs across distributed networks within the diencephalon and neocortex as well as the hippocampus, and functions to temporally coordinate activity in distributed systems within these regions during mnemonic processes. Recent evidence strongly suggests that theta-range cellular activity occurs in the… CONTINUE READING
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