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Navigation-related structural change in the hippocampi of taxi drivers.
Structural MRIs of the brains of humans with extensive navigation experience, licensed London taxi drivers, were analyzed and compared with those of control subjects who did not drive taxis. TheExpand
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Patients with hippocampal amnesia cannot imagine new experiences
Amnesic patients have a well established deficit in remembering their past experiences. Surprisingly, however, the question as to whether such patients can imagine new experiences has not beenExpand
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The Well-Worn Route and the Path Less Traveled Distinct Neural Bases of Route Following and Wayfinding in Humans
Finding one's way in a large-scale environment may engage different cognitive processes than following a familiar route. The neural bases of these processes were investigated using functional MRIExpand
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Using Imagination to Understand the Neural Basis of Episodic Memory
Functional MRI (fMRI) studies investigating the neural basis of episodic memory recall, and the related task of thinking about plausible personal future events, have revealed a consistent network ofExpand
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Deconstructing episodic memory with construction
It has recently been observed that the brain network supporting recall of episodic memories shares much in common with other cognitive functions such as episodic future thinking, navigation andExpand
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Knowing where and getting there: a human navigation network.
The neural basis of navigation by humans was investigated with functional neuroimaging of brain activity during navigation in a familiar, yet complex virtual reality town. Activation of the rightExpand
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The Human Hippocampus and Spatial and Episodic Memory
Finding one's way around an environment and remembering the events that occur within it are crucial cognitive abilities that have been linked to the hippocampus and medial temporal lobes. Our reviewExpand
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The retrosplenial contribution to human navigation: a review of lesion and neuroimaging findings.
  • E. Maguire
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of psychology
  • 1 July 2001
The clinical and neuroimaging literatures are surveyed in order to collate for the first time the available data on retrosplenial involvement in human navigation. Several notable features emerge fromExpand
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What does the retrosplenial cortex do?
The past decade has seen a transformation in research on the retrosplenial cortex (RSC). This cortical area has emerged as a key member of a core network of brain regions that underpins a range ofExpand
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