3 years ago

The amygdala and prioritization of declarative memories.

Bass DI, Manns JR
The present review highlights results from recent studies that delivered brief electrical stimulation to the basolateral complex of the amygdala in rats to reveal its capacity to prioritize declarative memories on a moment-to-moment basis even after the moment has passed. The results indicate that this memory enhancement depends on the hippocampus and elicits intrahippocampal gamma synchrony that possibly corresponds with sharpened hippocampal spike-timing dependent plasticity. These recent findings are discussed in relation to past studies of emotional memory in rodents and humans.

Publisher URL: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27721578

DOI: PubMed:27721578

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