Tag: CogNav

How your brain encodes location?

A latest report titled ‘The Surprising Relativism of the Brain’s GPS’ by ADITHYA RAJAGOPALAN at Cohen Lab, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, reviewed the brief research history of the Brain’s GPS published in  NAUTILUS

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How 3D grid cells encode 3D physical space in the human brain?

Novel fantastic research about 3D grid cells in the human brain by Dr. Misun Kim and Professor Eleanor A. Maguire in paper Kim et al. 2019 

Misun Kim, Eleanor A. Maguire. Can we study 3D grid codes non-invasively in the

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How three-dimensional (3D) direction information is encoded in the human brain?

Novel fantastic research about 3D head direction cells in the human brain by Dr. Misun Kim and Professor Eleanor A. Maguire in paper Kim et al. 2018.

Misun Kim, Eleanor A. Maguire. Encoding of 3D head direction information in the

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CogNav-Cognitive Navigation

An issue of Navigation News on Cognitive Navigation. https://rin.org.uk/page/NavigationNews

An article about Cognitive Navigation by Professor Kate Jeffery in this issue.

https://cdn.ymaws.com/rin.org.uk/resource/resmgr/cognav/spatialcognition/cognitivenavigation.pdf

“Cognitive navigation integrates the navigator with their surroundings, in both time and space, and also with other navigators,and …

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How the brain makes a map of space?

A brief review on the neural cells of navigation in the brain by Professor Kate Jeffery.

Please read the slide at https://www.cambridgeconference.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/0955-presentation-kate-Jeffery.pdf 

Some snapshot from the report. The neural cells include place cells, head direction cells, grid cells, etc.…

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