Neural encoding of large-scale three-dimensional space—properties and constraints

@inproceedings{Jeffery2015NeuralEO,
  title={Neural encoding of large-scale three-dimensional space—properties and constraints},
  author={Kathryn J. Jeffery and Jonathan J. Wilson and Giulio Casali and Robin M. A. Hayman},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
How the brain represents represent large-scale, navigable space has been the topic of intensive investigation for several decades, resulting in the discovery that neurons in a complex network of cortical and subcortical brain regions co-operatively encode distance, direction, place, movement etc. using a variety of different sensory inputs. However, such studies have mainly been conducted in simple laboratory settings in which animals explore small, two-dimensional (i.e., flat) arenas. The real… CONTINUE READING
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