Sharp wave/ripple network oscillations and learning-associated hippocampal maps.

Csicsvari J
Dupret D
Scientific Abstract

Sharp wave/ripple (SWR, 150-250 Hz) hippocampal events have long been postulated to be involved in memory consolidation. However, more recent work has investigated SWRs that occur during active waking behaviour: findings that suggest that SWRs may also play a role in cell assembly strengthening or spatial working memory. Do such theories of SWR function apply to animal learning? This review discusses how general theories linking SWRs to memory-related function may explain circuit mechanisms related to rodent spatial learning and to the associated stabilization of new cognitive maps.


2014.Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., B, Biol. Sci., 369(1635):20120528.

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