Beyond the Cognitive Map : Contributions to a Computational Neuroscience Theory of Rodent Navigation

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  title={Beyond the Cognitive Map : Contributions to a Computational Neuroscience Theory of Rodent Navigation},
  author={A. David Redish},
  year={1997}
}
Rodent navigation is a unique domain for studying information processing in the brain because there is a vast literature of experimental results at many levels of description, including anatomical, behavioral, neurophysiological, and neuropharmacological. This literature provides many constraints on candidate theories. This thesis presents contributions to a theory of how rodents navigate as well as an overview of that theory and how it relates to the experimental literature. In the rst half of… CONTINUE READING

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