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Title The neurobiological basis of memory : a system of attribute and process analysis / [editors] Pamela A. Jackson, Andrea A. Chiba, Robert F. Berman, Michael E. Ragozzino.
Imprint Cham : Springer, [2016]

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Subject Memory.
Alt Name Jackson, Pamela A., Prof.,
Chiba, Andrea A.,
Berman, Robert F.,
Ragozzino, Michael E.,
Description 1 online resource (465 pages) : illustrations
Contents Preface ; Acknowledgements; Contents; Contributors; Chapter-1; Exploration of the Neurobiological Basis for a Three-System, Multi-attribute Model of Memory; Event-Based Memory System; DG and Conjunctive Encoding; DG and Spatial Pattern Separation; CA3 and Arbitrary Associations; CA3 and Pattern Completion; CA1 and Temporal Pattern Separation; Knowledge-Based Memory System; Rule-Based Memory System; PC Cortex; AC Cortex; PL and Infralimbic Plus Medial Orbital Cortex (PL-IL/MO); Agranular Insular and Lateral Orbital Cortex (AI/LO); Interactions between Event-Based and Rule-Based Memory.
Interactions Between Knowledge-Based and Event-Based MemoryInteractions Between Knowledge-Based Memory and Rule-Based Memory; Conclusion; References; Part I ; Hippocampal Processes; Chapter-2; How Does the Hippocampus Support the Spatial and Temporal Attributes of Memory?; How Memories are Represented in Space; Memories in Space and Time; Do Hippocampal Neurons Represent the Temporal Attributes of Experience, Independent of Spatial Coding?; Conclusions; References; Chapter-3; Space, Time, and the Hippocampus; The "Tapestry of Memory" (Fig. 3.1).
The Functional Anatomy of Spatial and Temporal Memory AttributesReducing Interference by Separating Attributes; Reinstating Memories from Linked Attributes; Space and Time in Context; Space and Place Cells; Time and Time Cells; Conjoining Space and Time; Conjoining Space and Time in the DG; A Multidimensional Hippocampus; Conclusion; References; Chapter-4; Pattern Completion and Pattern Separation Mechanisms in the Hippocampus; Introduction; Background to the Approach to Hippocampal Function; Event and Episodic Memory; Systems-Level Functions and Connections of the Primate Hippocampus.
Hippocampal CircuitryCA3 as an Autoassociation or Attractor Memory: Pattern Completion; Arbitrary Associations and Pattern Completion in Recall; Storage Capacity; Recall and Completion; Continuous, Spatial, Patterns, and CA3 Representations; Perforant Path Inputs to CA3 Cells Perform Completion and Initiate Recall in CA3; The Dilution of the CA3 Recurrent Collateral Connectivity Enhances Memory Storage Capacity and Pattern Completion; Pattern Separation of CA3 Cell Populations Encoding Different Memories; Pattern Separation and the Sparse Connectivity of the Mossy Fiber Inputs to CA3 Cells.
Pattern Separation and the Sparseness of the Firing of the Dentate Granule Cell Input Via the Mossy Fibers to CA3 CellsPattern Separation and the Large Number of Dentate Granule Cells Providing Inputs Via the Mossy Fibers to CA3 Cells; Sparseness of the CA3 Cell Representation and Pattern Separation; Neurogenesis of Dentate Granule Cells to Provide New Representations in CA3 Uncorrelated with Previous CA3 Representations; The Direct Perforant Path to CA3 Cell Input: Poor at Pattern Separation and Forcing a New Memory Pattern into CA3 Cell Firing.
Summary Annotation This volume offers an up-to-date tour of current trends in the neurobiology of memory while saluting Raymond Kesner's pioneering contributions to the field as a theorist and researcher, teacher and mentor.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note English.
Print version record.
ISBN 9783319157597 (electronic bk.)
3319157590 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-15759-7
OCLC # 921889212
Additional Format Print version: Pamela A. Jackson; Andrea A. Chiba; Robert F. Berman; Michael E. Ragozzino. Neurobiological Basis of Memory 3319157582 (OCoLC)907221823