Hippocampus at 25

Howard Eichenbaum, David G Amaral, Elizabeth A Buffalo, György Buzsáki, Neal Cohen, Lila Davachi, Loren Frank, Stephan Heckers, Richard G M Morris, Edvard I Moser, Lynn Nadel, John O'Keefe, Alison Preston, Charan Ranganath, Alcino Silva, Menno Witter

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The journal Hippocampus has passed the milestone of 25 years of publications on the topic of a highly studied brain structure, and its closely associated brain areas. In a recent celebration of this event, a Boston memory group invited 16 speakers to address the question of progress in understanding the hippocampus that has been achieved. Here we present a summary of these talks organized as progress on four main themes that address this question: (1) Understanding the hippocampus in terms of its interactions with multiple cortical areas within the medial temporal lobe memory system, (2) understanding the relationship between memory and spatial information processing functions of the hippocampal region, (3) understanding the role of temporal organization in spatial and memory processing by the hippocampus, and (4) understanding how the hippocampus integrates related events into networks of memories. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jul 2016


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