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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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Network dynamics of hippocampal cell‐assemblies resemble multiple spatial maps within single tasks
The firing of place cells in the rodent hippocampus is reliable enough to infer the rodent's position to a high accuracy; however, hippocampal firing also reflects the stages of complex tasks.Expand
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Cell-Type and State-Dependent Synchronization among Rodent Somatosensory, Visual, Perirhinal Cortex, and Hippocampus CA1
Beta and gamma rhythms have been hypothesized to be involved in global and local coordination of neuronal activity, respectively. Here, we investigated how cells in rodent area S1BF are entrained byExpand
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Reward Expectancy Strengthens CA1 Theta and Beta Band Synchronization and Hippocampal-Ventral Striatal Coupling
The use of information from the hippocampal memory system in motivated behavior depends on its communication with the ventral striatum. When an animal encounters cues that signal subsequent reward,Expand
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Reward Cues in Space: Commonalities and Differences in Neural Coding by Hippocampal and Ventral Striatal Ensembles
Forming place-reward associations critically depends on the integrity of the hippocampal–ventral striatal system. The ventral striatum (VS) receives a strong hippocampal input conveyingExpand
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Using arm configuration to learn the effects of gyroscopes and other devices.
Previous studies have perturbed the association between motor commands and arm movements by applying forces to the arm during two-dimensional movements. These studies have revealed that, when theExpand
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Perirhinal firing patterns are sustained across large spatial segments of the task environment
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We found that neurons in the perirhinal cortex of rats generate sustained firing patterns that discriminate large segments of the task environment. Expand
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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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An Inside Look at Hippocampal Silent Cells
Hippocampal pyramidal cells can be divided into place cells, which fire action potentials when an animal is in specific locations, and silent cells, which are not spatially selective. In this issueExpand
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Allostatic Control for Robot Behavior Regulation: a Comparative Rodent-Robot Study
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The allostatic reactive control model is proposed as an augmentation of the Distributed Adaptive Control architecture and provides a further contribution towards the realization of an artificial rodent. Expand
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