Fig. S1. Representative platform positions in the watermaze during the initial acquisition phase for an animal trained to the NW quadrant, and then during subsequent spatial reversals.

Fig. S2. Reconstructions of the minimal, representative and maximal HPC lesions.

Fig. S3. Reconstructions of the minimal, representative and maximal OFC lesions.

Fig. S4. Photomicrographs illustrating lesion penumbra in an OFC-lesioned animal.

Fig. S5. Hippocampal but not OFC lesions increase swim speed during acquisition of the standard, spatial reference memory version of the Morris watermaze task.

Table S1. Spatial response biases in hippocampal lesioned animals.

Appendix S1. Analysis of spatial/response biases in hippocampal lesioned rats during the cost-benefit decision making task.

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