Tag: time

Whether grid-cell-like representations support temporal processing?

Gregory Peters-Founshtein, Amnon Dafni-Merom, Rotem Monsa, Shahar Arzy. Evidence for grid-cell-related activity in the time domain. bioRxiv 2022.06.14.476894; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.06.14.476894

“The relation between the processing of space and time in the brain has been an enduring cross-disciplinary question. …

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Whether place cells encode the angular and linear position as well as motion direction of a simple stimulus, regardless of self-motion, memory or reward?

Chinmay S. Purandare, Shonali Dhingra, Rodrigo Rios, Cliff Vuong, Thuc To, Ayaka Hachisuka, Krishna Choudhary & Mayank R. Mehta. Moving bar of light evokes vectorial spatial selectivity in the immobile rat hippocampus. Nature (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-022-04404-x

“Visual cortical neurons …

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How is time generated in the hippocampal episodic memory system?

Edmund T. Rolls, Patrick Mills. The Generation of Time in the Hippocampal Memory System. Cell Reports, Volume 28, Issue 7, 2019, Pages 1649-1658.e6.

In Brief

“Rolls and Mills 2019 describe a theory and model of how time is generated

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How May the Brain Encode Time from A Spatial Navigation Perspective?

John B. Issa, Gilad Tocker, Michael E. Hasselmo, James G. Heys, Daniel A. Dombeck. Navigating Through Time: A Spatial Navigation Perspective on How the Brain May Encode Time. Annual Review of Neuroscience 2020 43:1

Interval timing, which

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How do backward walking ants cope with navigational uncertainty?

Sebastian Schwarz, Leo Clement, Evripides Gkanias, Antoine Wystrach. How do backward walking ants (Cataglyphis velox) cope with navigational uncertainty? bioRxiv 2019.12.16.877704; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2019.12.16.877704

“Current opinion in insect navigation assumes that animals need to align with the goal direction to …

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How hippocampus adds time to episodic memories?

Cox, Brittney M., Conor D. Cox, Benjamin G. Gunn, Aliza A. Le, Victoria C. Inshishian, Christine M. Gall, and Gary Lynch. “Acquisition of temporal order requires an intact CA3 commissural/associational (C/A) feedback system in mice.” Communications Biology 2, no. 1 …

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Brief News of Cognitive Navigation (2017-003)

1. How the brain keeps time

by Anne Trafton December 4, 2017

  • McGovern neuroscientists discover networks of neurons that stretch or compress their activity to control timing.
  • Timing is critical for playing a musical instrument, swinging a baseball bat, and
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