Some Characteristics and Functional Relations of the Electrical Activity of the Primate Hippocampus and a Hypothesis of Hippocampal Function
The primate hippocampus differs from the hippocampal formation in subprimate species0020 in several important respects.
KeywordsElectrical Activity Physiological Psychology Hippocampal Lesion Clinical Neurophysiology Hippocampal Function
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