This meeting directly addressed several key challenges to understanding replay and its contribution to memory. Participants discussed the diverse contemporary ways of identifying memory replay, whether these are revealing identical, distinct or complementary processes, and finally, what contribution replay makes to circuits to support memory. Addressing these issues was achieved through discussion prompted by short talks from speakers from diverse disciplines.
The schedule of talks and speaker biographies are below. Recorded audio of the presentations is available on this page under each speaker abstract.
An accompanying journal issue for this meeting was published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. It can be found here.
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