The hippocampal sharp wave–ripple in memory retrieval for immediate use and consolidation

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The hippocampal sharp wave–ripple in memory retrieval for immediate use and consolidation

The hippocampal sharp wave–ripple in memory retrieval for immediate use and consolidation, Published online: 24 October 2018; doi:10.1038/s41583-018-0077-1

Sharp wave–ripples (SWRs) are specific neural activity patterns in the hippocampus that are thought to support memory. In this Review, Hannah Joo and Loren Frank explore where and when SWRs are generated and propose a revised view of the role of these activity patterns in memory functions.

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