Consciousness, memory, and the hippocampal system: What kind of connections can we make?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (4):680-681 (1995)
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Gray's account is remarkable in its depth and scope but too little attention is paid to poor correspondences with the literature on hippocampal/subicular damage, the theta rhythm, and novelty detection. An alternative account, focusing on hippocampal involvement in organizing memories in a way that makes them accessible to conscious recollection but not in access to consciousness per se, avoids each of these limitations.



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