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A resource-rational theory of set size effects in human visual working memory
Ronald van den Berg, Wei Ji Ma
Set size effects in visual working memory are explained as a resource-rational trade-off between an error-based behavioral cost and a neural encoding cost.
Computational and Systems Biology
Multivariate stochastic volatility modeling of neural data
Tung D Phan et al.
Multivariate stochastic volatility models provide insights into understanding the dynamics and connectivity of neural signals during cognitive tasks.
Developmental change in prefrontal cortex recruitment supports the emergence of value-guided memory
Kate Nussenbaum, Catherine A Hartley
The use of prior experience to adaptively prioritize information in memory increases from childhood to adulthood and engages corticostriatal circuitry.
Different theta frameworks coexist in the rat hippocampus and are coordinated during memory-guided and novelty tasks
Víctor J López-Madrona et al.
Integration and segregation of information of memory and sensory in the hippocampus could be achieved by the coordination of distinct theta-gamma coding frameworks.
Thalamic theta phase alignment predicts human memory formation and anterior thalamic cross-frequency coupling
Catherine M Sweeney-Reed et al.
Building on previous work (Sweeney-Reed et al., 2014), it is shown that the timing of the theta rhythm of the right anterior thalamic nucleus predicts human memory formation.
Stable and dynamic representations of value in the prefrontal cortex
Pierre Enel et al.
The prefrontal cortex encodes both stable and dynamic representations of expected value, providing mechanisms to support robust as well as flexible access to value information during temporal delays.
Real-time classification of experience-related ensemble spiking patterns for closed-loop applications
Davide Ciliberti et al.
A brain–computer interface for real-time identification of transient neural activity patterns enables causal inference of the role of these patterns in cognition through closed-loop manipulation.
Single-exposure visual memory judgments are reflected in inferotemporal cortex
Travis Meyer, Nicole C Rust
In response to the question "Have you seen this image before?", remembering and forgetting can be accounted for by a weighted linear read-out of memory signals in monkey inferotemporal cortex.
Phasic and tonic neuron ensemble codes for stimulus-environment conjunctions in the lateral entorhinal cortex
Maryna Pilkiw et al.
Neuron populations in the lateral entorhinal cortex discriminate between memory-based contexts through both continuous "tonic" activity patterns as well as by their stimulus-evoked "phasic" responses.
Hippocampal ensemble dynamics timestamp events in long-term memory
Alon Rubin et al.
Temporally close events share a common timestamp regardless of the spatial context in which they occur.
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