The hunting of the hippocampal function

Wim E. Crusio
Behav Brain Sci. 1996-12-01; 19(4): 767-768
DOI: 10.1017/S0140525X00043934

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AbstractEichenbaum et al.’s (1994a) theory suffers from a lack of ecological validation. It is not at all clear why the hypothesized faculties would have evolved and what their adaptive value would be. I argue that hippocampal function can only be understood if the animal is seen in its natural context.

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