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Hemispheric lateralization is a fundamental organizing principle of nervous systems across taxonomic groups with bilateral symmetry. The mammalian hippocampus is lateralized anatomically, physiologically, and chemically; however, functional asymmetries are not yet well understood. Imaging studies in humans have implicated the left and right hippocampus in specialized processing associated with episodic memory and spatial navigation, respectively. However, it is not clear if different types ofdoi:10.1101/214239 fatcat:u6qe5howhfhtbiwkkqd3afc6hm