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Symposium S36 - Session 166 - Tuesday 15/07/2008, 09:45-11:15
Room B
Multiple hippocampi in one? Memory and beyond along the septo-temporal axis.

Chaired by: Bast T. (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), Witter M. (Trondheim, Norway)

166.1. Symposium S36-1. Tue 15/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 09:50) - Room B
Bannerman D. M., McHugh S. B. & Rawlins J. N. P.
Dept. of Expt Psychology, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom
- WHAT DOES THE HIPPOCAMPUS DO? A ROLE FOR THE VENTRAL HIPPOCAMPUS IN ANXIETY.

166.2. Symposium S36-2. Tue 15/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:10) - Room B
Kjelstrup K. B., Brun V. H., Solstad T., Hafting T., Leutgeb S., Fyhn M., Witter M. P., Moser M. B. & Moser E. I.
Ctr Biol of Memory, Norw Univ of Sci and Technol, Trondheim, Norway
- SPATIAL CODING ALONG THE DORSAL-TO-VENTRAL AXIS OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS AND MEDIAL ENTORHINAL CORTEX.

166.3. Symposium S36-3. Tue 15/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:30) - Room B
Segal M. & Maggio N.
Neurobiology, Weizmann Inst, Rehovot, Israel
- METAPLASTICITY ALONG THE SEPTO-TEMPORAL AXIS OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS.

166.4. Symposium S36-4. Tue 15/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:50) - Room B
Bast T.
CCNS, Univ. Edinb., Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- FROM RAPID PLACE LEARNING TO ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOUR: FUNCTIONAL INTEGRATION IN THE INTERMEDIATE HIPPOCAMPUS.


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