Reassignment and Realignment in Human Hippocampal Formation Predict Context-Dependent Spatial Behavior:https://t.co/XBSrquZ0Xh
Princeton/Leipzig: Die Modulation von kartenähnlichen Repräsentationen in der Hippocampus-Formation unseres Gehirns kann den kontextuellen Gedächtnisabruf in einer mehrdeutigen Umgebung vorhersagen; https://t.co/9oqkkLWK4d https://t.co/zeV1zCB5rT
Super cool new paper from former lab member Josh Julian and @doellerlab shows fMRI signatures of remapping and grid realignment. The squircle rules!
New post: "Remapping and realignment in the human hippocampal formation predict context-dependent spatial behavior" https://t.co/vFXHs1A4SZ
Awesome new paper on hippocampal-entorhinal remapping in ambiguous environments. Great science, but my favorite part maybe the use of "squircle" 😂. I was hoping that terminology would catch on!
Trying to keep up with the hippocampus literature is more than a little overwhelming.
Remapping and realignment in the human hippocampal formation predict context-dependent spatial behavior https://t.co/6ImGpQqSIZ
Joshua Julian @Princeton and Christian Doeller @doellerlab show in their paper @NatureNeuro that trial-by-trial modulation of map-like representations in the human #brain predicts contextual #memory retrieval during #virtualreality navigation independent o
Check out my brilliant brother's new publication! ~😍 ~I totally understand all the words! https://t.co/Baj7hCF8tB
@doellerlab strikes again. Congrats, very cool work!
Remapping and realignment in the human hippocampal formation predict context-dependent spatial behavior - Nature Neuroscience via BrainSights for iOS https://t.co/pHGuEEEfli
Fantastic work by Josh Julian & @doellerlab out @NatureNeuro. https://t.co/hpaH0e1C3v An fMRI proxy of context-dependent hippocampal remapping & entorhinal grid realignment predicts memory-guided behavior! #squircle
Cool work by Josh Julian & @doellerlab shows that grid-like signals in human EC realign between contexts. In an ambiguous context the orientation of the hexadirectional signal predicts spatial memory!