By Nikolai Axmacher, Björn Rasch
This edited quantity presents an outline the cutting-edge within the box of cognitive neuroscience of reminiscence consolidation. In a few sections, the editors acquire contributions of top researchers . The topical concentration lies on present problems with curiosity comparable to reminiscence consolidation together with operating and long term reminiscence. particularly, the position of sleep on the subject of reminiscence consolidation can be addressed. the objective viewers basically contains study specialists within the box of cognitive neuroscience however the booklet can also be priceless for graduate scholars.
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Sadeh et al. (2013, 2016; see also Hardt et al. 2013) recently proposed that episodic memories that maintain a ‘recollective’ quality, are represented in such a way in the hippocampus, and as a result, are relatively resistant to interference from subsequently presented items. Information that is not represented in this manner, such as familiarity-based memories, will be more susceptible to interference. Familiarity-based memories, which are thought to be represented in the perirhinal cortex, lack the pattern separation capabilities of those controlled by the hippocampus.
There is evidence for the development and clustering of dendritic spines on pyramidal motor neurons following motor task learning (Xu et al. 2009; Fu et al. 2012), and Tonegawa and colleagues have proposed that a similar spine clustering may support the development of the engram following episodic memory acquisition (Govindarajan et al. 2006). To date, very little is known about the dynamics of plasticity mechanisms in humans, and while this spine growth and remodeling has not been studied in vivo, it suggests one potential neural mechanism supporting changes in large-scale memory networks in the human brain.
1999; Frankland et al. 2004; Maviel et al. 2004; Teixeira et al. 2006). Reports of reduced hippocampal activity in rodents during remote spatial memory retrieval was initially taken as support for SCT (Frankland and Bontempi 2005). Recent evidence, however, is consistent with the TTT as indicated above. The evidence suggests that the remote spatial memory that is represented is different from the initial memory represented in the hippocampus; by comparison to the detailed memory in the hippocampus, the memory that develops in the mPFC is more schematic (Tse et al.
Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory Consolidation by Nikolai Axmacher, Björn Rasch