Zheng et al. demonstrate that successful pattern separation of emotional stimuli is associated with bidirectional amygdala-hippocampal interactions via theta band (3–7 Hz). In contrast, unidirectional influence from the amygdala to the hippocampus via alpha band (7–13 Hz) leads to overgeneralization errors (i.e., failure to discriminate similar stimuli).

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