A Computational Model of Systems Memory Reconsolidation

Abstract

Memory reconsolidation, the re-stabilization of consolidated memories after reactivation-induced destabilization, has received considerable attention in recent years. Nevertheless, the neural processes underlying the phenomenon remain elusive. With the aim of contributing to the development of a theory in this area, we here present a computational model of reconsolidation at the “systems” level. The model is an extension of TraceLink, which has previously been used to account for a range of memory phenomena related to consolidation.


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