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Quantitative measures of cluster quality for use in extracellular recordings
- N. Schmitzer-Torbert, J. Jackson, D. Henze, K. Harris, A. Redish
- Psychology, Medicine
- 31 December 2005
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 in… Expand
Task-dependent encoding of space and events by striatal neurons is dependent on neural subtype
The dorsal striatum plays a critical role in procedural learning and memory. Current models of basal ganglia assume that striatal neurons and circuitry are critical for the execution of overlearned,… Expand
Transient striatal &ggr; local field potentials signal movement initiation in rats
- B. Masimore, N. Schmitzer-Torbert, J. Kakalios, A. David Redish
- Physics, Medicine
- 1 December 2005
Transient coherent neural oscillations, as indicated by local field potentials, are thought to underlie key perceptual and cognitive events. We report a transient, state-dependent 50 Hz oscillation… Expand
Neuronal activity in the rodent dorsal striatum in sequential navigation: separation of spatial and reward responses on the multiple T task.
The striatum plays an important role in "habitual" learning and memory and has been hypothesized to implement a reinforcement-learning algorithm to select actions to perform given the current sensory… Expand
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 more… Expand
Development of path stereotypy in a single day in rats on a multiple-T maze.
Humans and animals trained on sequential reaction tasks show decreases in reaction time and increases in anticipatory movements even long after they have ceased to make errors. Humans show these… Expand