The hippocampus is essential for encoding self-experienced, consolidation and retrieval of events into memory. Replay is the sequential reactivation of hippocampal place cells that represent previously experienced behavioral trajectories and occurs frequently in the awake state, particularly during periods of relative immobility. Such replay has been proposed as a mechanism necessary for a range of neurobiological functions, including systems memory consolidation, recall and spatial working memory, navigational planning, and reinforcement learning. This Hippocampal replay is a phenomenon mostly observed in rats, mice, cats, rabbits, songbirds and monkeys.
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