How the dynamic internal states shape memory retrieval?

Tarder-Stoll, Hannah, Manasi Jayakumar, Halle R. Dimsdale-Zucker, Eren Günseli, and Mariam Aly. “Dynamic internal states shape memory retrieval.” Neuropsychologia (2019): 107328.

Highlights
• Retrieval mode is a neurocognitive state that optimizes access to memory.

• We review how

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How to achieve stable dynamics in neural circuits?

Leo Kozachkov, Mikael Lundqvist, Jean-Jacques Slotine, Earl K. Miller. Achieving stable dynamics in neural circuits. bioRxiv 2020.01.17.910174;  doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.01.17.910174

Abstract
“The brain consists of many interconnected networks with time-varying, partially autonomous activity. There are multiple sources of noise and

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Neural-inspired Sparse Sensing and Control for Agile Flight

MURI Project: Neural-inspired Sparse Sensing and Control for Agile Flight

“Researchers from the University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have been awarded a 2019 multidisciplinary university research initiative (MURI) award from the Air Force

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How the 3D Head Orienting Movements are encoded in Primary Visual Cortex?

Grigori Guitchounts, Javier Alejandro Masis, Steffen B.E. Wolff, David Cox. Encoding of 3D Head Orienting Movements in Primary Visual Cortex. bioRxiv 2020.01.16.909473; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.01.16.909473

Abstract
Animals actively sample from the sensory world by generating complex patterns of movement

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How flight feathers stick together to form a continuous morphing wing?

Laura Y. Matloff, Eric Chang, Teresa J. Feo, Lindsie Jeffries, Amanda K. Stowers, Cole Thomson, David Lentink. How flight feathers stick together to form a continuous morphing wing. Science 17 Jan 2020: Vol. 367, Issue 6475, pp. 293-297. DOI: …

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How does the PigeonBot fly like birds using real feathers?

Eric Chang, Laura Y. Matloff, Amanda K. Stowers and David Lentink. Soft biohybrid morphing wings with feathers underactuated by wrist and finger motion. Science Robotics 16 Jan 2020: Vol. 5, Issue 38, eaay1246. DOI: 10.1126/scirobotics.aay1246

Abstract
“Since the Wright …

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Whether speed and head direction signals provide invariant self-motion signals across environments or change their coding in response to metric changes to the environment

Munn, Robert GK, Caitlin S. Mallory, Kiah Hardcastle, Dane M. Chetkovich, and Lisa M. Giocomo. Entorhinal velocity signals reflect environmental geometry. Nat Neurosci (2020) doi:10.1038/s41593-019-0562-5

Abstract
“The entorhinal cortex contains neurons that represent self-location, including grid cells that fire …

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