Spatial View Cells in the Primate Hippocampus, and Memory
This chapter examines how space is represented in the primate hippocampus, how this is related to the memory and spatial functions performed by the hippocampus, and how the hippocampus performs these functions. It is shown that in the primate hippocampal spatial-view cells could be involved in arbitrary associations with the objects and rewards which are presented at particular viewed locations. A new investigation of object-place recall memory is described, which shows some of the representations that become active within the hippocampus when places are recalled from objects.
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