Spacing out: distributed processing of spatial information across hippocampal-prefrontal-parietal networks

The hippocampus contains prize-winning place cells, the parietal cortex contains exquisitely turn-selective neurons and the prefrontal cortex contains all-over-the-place cells. How are these different flavours of spatial code integrated over the course of learning to inform behaviour?
I will describe analyses of simultaneous recordings of network activity in rat hippocampus, prefrontal and parietal cortex, highlighting the roles of coordinated oscillations during wake and sleep in binding different features of the cognitive map.