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Neural Ensembles in CA3 Transiently Encode Paths Forward of the Animal at a Decision Point
Neural ensembles were recorded from the CA3 region of rats running on T-based decision tasks. Examination of neural representations of space at fast time scales revealed a transient but repeatableExpand
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Integrating hippocampus and striatum in decision-making
Learning and memory and navigation literatures emphasize interactions between multiple memory systems: a flexible, planning-based system and a rigid, cached-value system. This has profoundExpand
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Hippocampal Sharp Waves and Reactivation during Awake States Depend on Repeated Sequential Experience
Hippocampal firing patterns during behavior are reactivated during rest and subsequent slow-wave sleep. These reactivations occur during transient local field potential (LFP) events, termed sharpExpand
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Threats to Coastal Archaeological Sites and the Effects of Future Climate Change: Impacts of the 2011 Tsunami and an Assessment of Future Sea-Level Rise at Hōnaunau, Hawai’i
ABSTRACT Climate change, rising sea levels, and increases in storm intensity and frequency are developing issues for many coastal communities and will impact significant archaeological resourcesExpand
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Triple Dissociation of Information Processing in Dorsal Striatum, Ventral Striatum, and Hippocampus on a Learned Spatial Decision Task
Decision-making studies across different domains suggest that decisions can arise from multiple, parallel systems in the brain: a flexible system utilizing action-outcome expectancies and a moreExpand
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Analysis of parent of origin specific DNA methylation at SNRPN and PW71 in tissues: implication for prenatal diagnosis.
Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS) and Angelman syndrome (AS) are distinct developmental disorders caused by absence of paternal or maternal contributions of the chromosome region 15q11-q13, resulting fromExpand
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Looking for cognition in the structure within the noise
Neural activity in the mammalian CNS is determined by both observable processes, such as sensory stimuli or motor output, and covert, internal cognitive processes that cannot be directly observed. WeExpand
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Cognitive Neural Ensembles in CA 3 Transiently Encode Paths Forward of the Animal at a Decision Point
Neural ensembles were recorded from the CA3 region of rats running on T-based decision tasks. Examination of neural representations of space at fast time scales revealed a transient but repeatableExpand
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Measuring distributed properties of neural representations beyond the decoding of local variables: Implications for cognition
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In this chapter, we have described a method for examining highly dynamic cognitive processes through observation of neural representations with multiple dynamics. Expand
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A Multiscale, Wide Field, Gigapixel Camera
Recent investigations into high pixel count imaging using multiscale optics have led to a novel optical design for a wide field, gigapixel camera. We review the mechanical design and opticalExpand
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