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Sparse, environmentally selective expression of Arc RNA in the upper blade of the rodent fascia dentata by brief spatial experience
After a spatial behavioral experience, hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells express the activity‐regulated, immediate early gene Arc in an environment‐specific manner, and in similar proportions (˜40%) toExpand
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Multisensory Integration of Dynamic Faces and Voices in Rhesus Monkey Auditory Cortex
In the social world, multiple sensory channels are used concurrently to facilitate communication. Among human and nonhuman primates, faces and voices are the primary means of transmitting socialExpand
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Coordinated Reactivation of Distributed Memory Traces in Primate Neocortex
Conversion of new memories into a lasting form may involve the gradual refinement and linking together of neural representations stored widely throughout neocortex. This consolidation process mayExpand
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Facial-Expression and Gaze-Selective Responses in the Monkey Amygdala
The social behavior of both human and nonhuman primates relies on specializations for the recognition of individuals, their facial expressions, and their direction of gaze. A broad network ofExpand
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Saccades during visual exploration align hippocampal 3–8 Hz rhythms in human and non-human primates
Visual exploration in primates depends on saccadic eye movements (SEMs) that cause alternations of neural suppression and enhancement. This modulation extends beyond retinotopic areas, and is thoughtExpand
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Dentate Gyrus and CA1 Ensemble Activity during Spatial Reference Frame Shifts in the Presence and Absence of Visual Input
In rats shuttling between a variably placed landmark of origin and a fixed goal, place fields of hippocampal CA1 cells encode location in two spatial reference frames. On the initial part of theExpand
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Sharp Wave Ripples during Visual Exploration in the Primate Hippocampus
Hippocampal sharp-wave ripples (SWRs) are highly synchronous oscillatory field potentials that are thought to facilitate memory consolidation. SWRs typically occur during quiescent states, whenExpand
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Sharp-Wave Ripples in Primates Are Enhanced near Remembered Visual Objects
The hippocampus plays an important role in memory for events that are distinct in space and time. One of the strongest, most synchronous neural signals produced by the hippocampus is the sharp-waveExpand
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Saccades during Object Viewing Modulate Oscillatory Phase in the Superior Temporal Sulcus
Saccadic eye movements (SEMs) are the primary means of gating visual information in primates and strongly influence visual perception. The active exploration of the visual environment (“activeExpand
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A Flicker Change Detection Task Reveals Object-in-Scene Memory Across Species
Tests of recognition memory in macaques typically assay memory for objects or isolated images, over time spans of seconds to hours from stimulus presentation, and/or require extensive training. Here,Expand
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