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Cooperation between the Hippocampus and the Striatum during Episodic Encoding
 

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Cooperation between the Hippocampus and the
Striatum during Episodic Encoding
Talya Sadeh1
, Daphna Shohamy2
, Dana Rubi Levy3
,
Niv Reggev3
, and Anat Maril3
Abstract
The hippocampus and the striatum are thought to play dis-
tinct roles in learning and memory, each supporting an indepen-
dent memory system. A fundamental question is whether, and
how, these systems interact to jointly contribute to learning
and memory. In particular, it remains unknown whether the
striatum contributes selectively to implicit, habitual learning, or
whether the striatum may also contribute to long-term episodic
memory. Here, we show with functional magnetic resonance

  

Source: Anat, Maril, - Departments of Psychology & Cognitive Science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine