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Quantitative measures of cluster quality for use in extracellular recordings
While the use of multi-channel electrodes (stereotrodes and tetrodes) has allowed for the simultaneous recording and identification of many neurons, quantitative measures of the quality of neurons inExpand
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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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Hippocampal Replay Is Not a Simple Function of Experience
Replay of behavioral sequences in the hippocampus during sharp wave ripple complexes (SWRs) provides a potential mechanism for memory consolidation and the learning of knowledge structures. CurrentExpand
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Beyond the Cognitive Map: From Place Cells to Episodic Memory
There are currently two major theories about the role of the hippocampus, a distinctive structure in the back of the temporal lobe. One says that it stores a cognitive map, the other that it is a keyExpand
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Addiction as a Computational Process Gone Awry
  • A. Redish
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Science
  • 10 December 2004
Addictive drugs have been hypothesized to access the same neurophysiological mechanisms as natural learning systems. These natural learning systems can be modeled through temporal-differenceExpand
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Reconciling reinforcement learning models with behavioral extinction and renewal: implications for addiction, relapse, and problem gambling.
Because learned associations are quickly renewed following extinction, the extinction process must include processes other than unlearning. However, reinforcement learning models, such as theExpand
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Cognitive maps beyond the hippocampus
We present a conceptual framework for the role of the hippocampus and its afferent and efferent structures in rodent navigation. Our proposal is compatible with the behavioral, neurophysiological,Expand
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A unified framework for addiction: vulnerabilities in the decision process.
The understanding of decision-making systems has come together in recent years to form a unified theory of decision-making in the mammalian brain as arising from multiple, interacting systems (aExpand
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Segmentation of spatial experience by hippocampal theta sequences
The encoding and storage of experience by the hippocampus is essential for the formation of episodic memories and the transformation of individual experiences into semantic structures such as mapsExpand
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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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