Theta oscillations are thought to play a critical role in neuronal information processing, especially in the hippocampal region, where their presence is particularly salient. A detailed description of theta dynamics in this region has revealed not only a consortium of layer-specific theta dipoles, but also within-layer differences in the expression of theta. This complex and articulated arrangement of current flows is reflected in the way neuronal firing is modulated in time. Several models have proposed that these different theta modulators flexibly coordinate hippocampal regions, to support associative memory formation and retrieval. Here, we summarily review different approaches related to this issue and we describe a mechanism, based on experimental and simulation results, for memory retrieval in CA3 involving theta modulation.
|Titolo:||Associative memory storage and retrieval: Involvement of theta oscillations in hippocampal information processing|
|Autori:||Stella, F.; Treves, A.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Numero di Articolo:||683961|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1155/2011/683961|
|Fulltext via DOI:||10.1155/2011/683961|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Journal article|