Sources of the Spatial Code Within the Hippocampus
Brandon, Mark P.
Hasselmo, Michael E.
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Citation (published version)Brandon, Mark P, Michael E Hasselmo. "Sources of the Spatial Code Within the Hippocampus" Biology Reports 1 (2009)
Neurons in the hippocampus are thought to provide information on an animal's location within its environment. Input to the hippocampus comes via afferents from the entorhinal cortex, which are separated into several major pathways serving different hippocampal regions. Recent studies show the significance of individual afferent pathways in location perception, enhancing our understanding of hippocampal function.
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