Place‐related neural responses in the monkey hippocampal formation in a virtual space

@article{Hori2005PlacerelatedNR,
  title={Place‐related neural responses in the monkey hippocampal formation in a virtual space},
  author={Etsuro Hori and Yoichi Nishio and Kenichi Kazui and Katsumi Umeno and Eiichi Tabuchi and Kazuo Sasaki and Shunro Endo and Taketoshi Ono and Hisao Nishijo},
  journal={Hippocampus},
  year={2005},
  volume={15}
}
Place cells in the rodent hippocampal formation (HF) are suggested to be the neural substrate for a spatial cognitive map. This specific spatial property of the place cells are regulated by both allothetic cues (i.e., intramaze local and distal cues) as well as idiothetic sensory inputs; the context signaled by the distal cues allows local and idiothetic cues to be employed for spatial tuning within the maze. To investigate the effects of distal cues on place‐related activity of primate HF… Expand
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