- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: Four Themes in Research on the Neurobiology of Memory
- I CONNECTION: THE CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BASES OF MEMORY
- 2 Neurons and Simple Memory Circuits
- 3 Cellular Mechanisms of Memory: Complex Circuits
- II COGNITION: IS THERE A “COGNITIVE” BASIS FOR MEMORY?
- 4 Amnesia—Learning about Memory from Memory Loss
- 5 Exploring Declarative Memory Using Animal Models
- 6 Windows into the Workings of Memory
- III COMPARTMENTALIZATION: CORTICAL MODULES AND MULTIPLE MEMORY SYSTEMS
- 7 The Cerebral Cortex and Memory
- 8 Multiple Memory Systems in the Brain
- 9 A Brain System for Declarative Memory
- 10 A Brain System for Procedural Memory
- 11 A Brain System for Emotional Memory
- IV CONSOLIDATION: THE FIXATION AND REORGANIZATION OF MEMORIES
- 12 Two Distinct Stages of Memory Consolidation
- 13 Working with Memory
- Final Thoughts
- References in Figure Captions
- The Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory
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