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Another artificial division – and the data don't support it

  • Martin Heil (a1), Frank Rösler (a2) and Bettina Rolke (a3)

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Evidence for the contribution of the neocortex to memory is overwhelming. However, the theory proposed by Ruchkin et al. does not only ignore subcortical contributions, but also introduces an unnecessary and empirically unsupported division between the posterior cortex, assumed to represent information, and the prefrontal cortex, assumed to control activation. We argue instead that the representational power of the neocortex is not restricted to its posterior part.

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Another artificial division – and the data don't support it

  • Martin Heil (a1), Frank Rösler (a2) and Bettina Rolke (a3)

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