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Consistent with this model, inactivation of the PFC blocks expression of remote memory but spares recent memory in rodent tests of contextual and spatial memory. The PFC might also exert executive control upon hippocampal activity during remote memory recall. The hippocampus is normally active when processing the outside environment. However, when the incoming information matches previously stored cortical information, the PFC will inhibit hippocampal activity via direct or indirect efferent pathways to prevent encoding of redundant information.
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2004; Frankland and Bontempi 2005; Moscovitch et al. 2006). , “declarative memories”; Eichenbaum 2000, 2004). As these memories mature over time, they are thought to become progressively independent of the hippocampus and increasingly dependent on other brain regions such as the cortex (Squire and Alvarez 1995; McClelland et al. 1995; Squire et al. 2004). However, the contribution of these other brain regions and the neuronal mechanisms underlying the consolidation process have remained elusive, and this issue constitutes a major research topic in the ﬁeld.