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Excitatory/Inhibitory Imbalance in Anterior Lateral Occipital Complex Can Impair Hippocampal Mnemonic Discrimination.

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Summary of "Excitatory/Inhibitory Imbalance in Anterior Lateral Occipital Complex Can Impair Hippocampal Mnemonic Discrimination."

Koolschijn et al. (2019) explore the influence of the release of cortical inhibition on neural mnemonic representations in the hippocampus and subsequent memory performance by evaluating neural activity via functional MRI, both before and after the application of tDCS aimed at increasing GABA in the anterior lateral occipital cortex.

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Name: Neuron
ISSN: 1097-4199
Pages: 360-362

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