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Kate Jeffery

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  • Environment symmetry drives a multidirectional code in rat retrosplenial cortex
  • Irregular distribution of grid cell firing fields in rats exploring a 3D volumetric space
  • Environment symmetry drives a multidirectional code in rat retrosplenial cortex
  • Landmark-based updating of the head direction system by retrosplenial cortex: A computational model
  • Neural encoding of large-scale three-dimensional space-properties and constraints
  • Recording the Spatial Mapping Cells: Place, Head Direction, and Grid Cells
  • Social Spaces: Place Cells Represent the Locations of Others
  • The Hippocampus: From Memory, to Map, to Memory Map
  • Grid cells encode local positional information
  • Multivoxel pattern analysis reveals 3D place information in the human hippocampus
  • Retrosplenial and postsubicular head direction cells compared during visual landmark discrimination
  • Grid cells on steeply sloping terrain: evidence for planar rather than volumetric encoding
  • The place-cell representation of volumetric space in rats
  • Transitions in Brain Evolution: Space, Time and Entropy
  • Hippocampal place cells encode global location but not changes in environmental connectivity in a 4-room navigation task
  • Spatial learning by mice in three dimensions
  • A dual-axis rotation rule for updating the head direction cell reference frame during movement in three dimensions
  • Retrosplenial cortex and its role in spatial cognition
  • Hippocampal place cells encode global location but not connectivity in a complex space
  • Horizontal biases in rats' use of three-dimensional space
  • Anisotropic encoding of three-dimensional space by place cells and grid cells
  • Place, space and memory cells
  • Navigating in a three-dimensional world
  • An independent, landmark-dominated head-direction signal in dysgranular retrosplenial cortex
  • A theoretical account of cue averaging in the rodent head direction system
  • Differential effects of spaced vs. massed training in long-term object-identity and object-location recognition memory
  • Integration of visual motion and locomotion in mouse visual cortex
  • Purely translational realignment in grid cell firing patterns following nonmetric context change
  • Spatial Cognition: Entorhinal Cortex and the Hippocampal Place-Cell Map
  • Grid cell firing fields in a volumetric space
  • Climate crisis and ecological emergency: Why they concern (neuro)scientists, and what we can do
  • Altered neural odometry in the vertical dimension
  • Evidence for two distinct thalamocortical circuits in retrosplenial cortex
  • How environmental movement constraints shape the neural code for space
  • The Structural Logic of the Brain’s Representation of Space: How Studies in Rodents can Inform Architectural Design for Humans
  • Optimal cue combination and landmark-stability learning in the head direction system
  • Spatial mapping: Graded precision of entorhinal head direction cells
  • Neural odometry: The discrete charm of the entorhinal cortex
  • Hippocampal neurons: Simulating the spatial structure of a complex maze
  • Animal navigation: A synthesis
  • Navigating in a three-dimensional world
  • Geometric cues influence head direction cells only weakly in nondisoriented rats
  • Hidden Depths in the Hippocampal Circuitry
  • The representation of space in the brain
  • Distorting the metric fabric of the cognitive map
  • Place field repetition and purely local remapping in a multicompartment environment
  • Weighted cue integration in the rodent head direction system
  • A framework for three-dimensional navigation research
  • Grid cells form a global representation of connected environments
  • Visual imagination and cognitive mapping of a virtual building
  • Place Cells, Grid Cells, Attractors, and Remapping
  • Integration of the sensory inputs to place cells: What, where, why, and how?
  • Do discrimination tasks discourage multi-dimensional stimulus processing?. Evidence from a cross-modal object discrimination in rats
  • Dissociation of the geometric and contextual influences on place cells
  • The Place Cells-Cognitive Map or Memory System?
  • The fuzzy-boundary arena-A method for constraining an animal's range in spatial experiments without using walls
  • How heterogeneous place cell responding arises from homogeneous grids - A contextual gating hypothesis
  • Path integration in mammals
  • Preserved performance in a hippocampal-dependent spatial task despite complete place cell remapping
  • Paradoxical enhancement of long-term potentiation in poor-learning rats at low test stimulus intensities
  • Computational and biological perspectives on the problem of navigation
  • LTP and spatial learning - Where to next?
  • Context-independent directional cue learning by hippocampal place cells
  • LTP - A mechanism in search of a function
  • A metric for the cognitive map: Found at last?
  • Who moved my cheese (again)?
  • Hippocampus and its interactions within the medial temporal lobe
  • Plasticity of the hippocampal place cell representation
  • Memory: Worm holes and avian space-time
  • The boundary vector cell model of place cell firing and spatial memory
  • Medial septal control of theta-correlated unit firing in the entorhinal cortex of awake rats
  • Modifiable neuronal connections: An overview for psychiatrists
  • LTP-like synaptic efficacy changes following electroconvulsive stimulation
  • Heterogeneous modulation of place cell firing by changes in context
  • Do rats use shape to solve "shape discriminations"?
  • Neural recording using digital telemetry
  • Learned interaction of visual and idiothetic cues in the control of place field orientation
  • Place cells, navigational accuracy, and the human hippocampus
  • A proposed architecture for the neural representation of spatial context
  • Remembrance of futures past
  • Induction of Fos-like immunoreactivity and the maintenance of long-term potentiation in the dentate gyrus of unanesthetized rats
  • Experience-dependent rescaling of entorhinal grids
  • A role for terrain slope in orienting hippocampal place fields
  • Directional control of hippocampal place fields
  • Behavioral correlates of the distributed coding of spatial context
  • Context-specific acquisition of location discrimination by hippocampal place cells
  • Self-localization and the entorhinal-hippocampal system
  • Cumulative long‐term potentiation in the rat dentate gyrus correlates with, but does not modify, performance in the water maze
  • Theoretical accounts of spatial learning: A neurobiological view (commentary on Pearce, 2009)
  • Learning of landmark stability and instability by hippocampal place cells
  • Symmetries and asymmetries in the neural encoding of 3D space
  • Environment Symmetry Drives a Multidirectional Code in Rat Retrosplenial Cortex
  • Convergence of direction, location and theta in the rat anteroventral thalamic nucleus
  • Three separable roles for context in breaking environmental symmetries for place cells
  • Convergence of location, direction, and theta in the rat anteroventral thalamic nucleus
  • A configural context signal simultaneously but separably drives positioning and orientation of hippocampal place fields
  • Using life cycle assessments to guide reduction in the carbon footprint of single-use lab consumables
  • Optimal cue combination and landmark‐stability learning in the head direction system
  • The mosaic structure of the mammalian cognitive map
  • Unpacking the navigation toolbox: insights from comparative cognition
  • The dorsal thalamic lateral geniculate nucleus is required for visual control of head direction cell firing direction in rats

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