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Memory consolidation.
Squire LR, et al. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 2015 - Review. PMID 26238360 Free PMC article.
Conscious memory for a new experience is initially dependent on information stored in both the hippocampus and neocortex. Systems consolidation is the process by which the hippocampus guides the reorganization of the information stored in the neocortex such that it eventually becomes independent of the hippocampus. ...New work has also identified variables, such as the amount of preexisting knowledge, that affect the rate of consolidation. The increasing use of molecular genetic tools (e.g., optogenetics) can be expected to further improve understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying consolidation....
Conscious memory for a new experience is initially dependent on information stored in both the hippocampus and neocortex. Systems
Episodic Memory and Beyond: The Hippocampus and Neocortex in Transformation
Moscovitch M, et al. Annu Rev Psychol 2016 - Review. Among authors: Cabeza R. PMID 26726963 Free PMC article.
Conceptually, episodic memory is increasingly being viewed as subject to lifelong transformations that are reflected in the neural substrates that mediate it. ...Using the component process model as a framework, and focusing on the hippocampus, its subfields, and specialization along its longitudinal axis, along with its interaction with other brain regions, we consider these new developments and their implications for the organization of episodic memory and its contribution to functions in other domains....
Conceptually, episodic memory is increasingly being viewed as subject to lifelong transformations that are reflected in the neural su
Effects of Arousal on Mouse Sensory Cortex Depend on Modality.
Shimaoka D, et al. Cell Rep 2018. Among authors: Carandini M. PMID 29562173 Free PMC article.
Changes in arousal modulate the activity of mouse sensory cortex, but studies in different mice and different sensory areas disagree on whether this modulation enhances or suppresses activity. ...In the primary visual cortex (V1) and auditory cortex (Au), arousal caused depolarization followed by hyperpolarization. In the barrel cortex (S1b) and a secondary visual area (LM), it caused only hyperpolarization. ...
Changes in arousal modulate the activity of mouse sensory cortex, but studies in different mice and different sensory areas di
Schemas and memory consolidation.
Tse D, et al. Science 2007. PMID 17412951 Free article.
We now report, however, that systems consolidation can occur extremely quickly if an associative "schema" into which new information is incorporated has previously been created. ...Schemas also played a causal role in the creation of lasting associative memory representations during one-trial learning. The concept of neocortical schemas may unite psychological accounts of knowledge structures with neurobiological theories of systems memory consolidation....
We now report, however, that systems consolidation can occur extremely quickly if an associative "schema" into which new infor …
Patterning and specification of the cerebral cortex.
Levitt P, et al. Annu Rev Neurosci 1997 - Review. PMID 9056705
Regionalization of the cerebral cortex occurs during development by the formation of anatomically and functionally discrete areas of the brain. Descriptive evidence based on expression of molecules and structural features suggests that an early parcelation of the cerebral wall may occur during fetal development. ...
Regionalization of the cerebral cortex occurs during development by the formation of anatomically and functionally discrete ar …
CA1-projecting subiculum neurons facilitate object-place learning.
Sun Y, et al. Nat Neurosci 2019. Among authors: Chen L. PMID 31548723 Free PMC article.
Recent anatomical evidence suggests a functionally significant back-projection pathway from the subiculum to the CA1. Here we show that the afferent circuitry of CA1-projecting subicular neurons is biased by inputs from CA1 inhibitory neurons and the visual cortex, but lacks input from the entorhinal cortex. ...Together, these experiments reveal a novel pathway by which cortical inputs, particularly those from the visual cortex, reach the hippocampal output region CA1. ...
Recent anatomical evidence suggests a functionally significant back-projection pathway from the subiculum to the CA1. Here we show th …
The parieto-insular vestibular cortex in humans: more than a single area?
Frank SM and Greenlee MW. J Neurophysiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29995604 Free article.
Here, we review the structure and function of a core region in the vestibular cortex of humans that is located in the midposterior Sylvian fissure and referred to as the parieto-insular vestibular cortex (PIVC). ...In this article, we review the anatomy, connectivity, and function of PIVC and PIC and propose that the core of the human vestibular cortex consists of at least two separate areas, which we refer to together as PIVC+. ...
Here, we review the structure and function of a core region in the vestibular cortex of humans that is located in the midposte …
The brain's visual world: representation of visual targets in cerebral cortex.
Maunsell JH. Science 1995 - Review. PMID 7481763
Microelectrode recordings from behaving monkeys have shown that neuronal responses in the visual cerebral cortex can depend greatly on which aspect of the scene is the target of the animal's attention. Accumulating evidence suggests that while the early stages of the visual pathway provide a faithful representation of the retinal image, later stages of processing in the visual cortex hold representations that emphasize the viewer's current interest. ...
Microelectrode recordings from behaving monkeys have shown that neuronal responses in the visual cerebral cortex can de …
Do the Different Sensory Areas Within the Cat Anterior Ectosylvian Sulcal Cortex Collectively Represent a Network Multisensory Hub?
Meredith MA, et al. Multisens Res 2018 - Review. Among authors: Clemo HR. PMID 31157160 Free PMC article.
Current theory supports that the numerous functional areas of the cerebral cortex are organized and function as a network. Using connectional databases and computational approaches, the cerebral network has been demonstrated to exhibit a hierarchical structure composed of areas, clusters and, ultimately, hubs. Hubs are highly connected, higher-order regions that also facilitate communication between different sensory modalities. One region computationally identified network hub is the visual area of the Anterior Ectosylvian Sulcal cortex (AESc) of the cat. ...
Current theory supports that the numerous functional areas of the cerebral cortex are organized and function as a netwo
Functional role of the supplementary and pre-supplementary motor areas
Nachev P, et al. Nat Rev Neurosci 2008 - Review. PMID 18843271
The supplementary motor complex consists of the supplementary motor area, the supplementary eye field and the pre-supplementary motor area. In recent years, these areas have come under increasing scrutiny from cognitive neuroscientists, motor physiologists and clinicians because they seem to be crucial for linking cognition to action. ...
The supplementary motor complex consists of the supplementary motor area, the supplementary eye field and the pre-supplementar …
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