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Mnemonic networks in the hippocampal formation: From spatial maps to temporal and conceptual codes

Branka Milivojevic, Christian F. Doeller
2013 Journal of experimental psychology. General  
We then suggest that memories are also organized in networks, characterized by mnemonic and temporal hierarchies.  ...  The hippocampal formation has been associated with a wide variety of functions including spatial navigation and planning, memory encoding and retrieval, relational processing, novelty detection, and imagination  ...  (see Figure 2B for boundary-related hippocampal activation consistent with place-cell activity and Figure 2C for gridcell related navigation effect).  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0033746 pmid:23875564 fatcat:l33vh3c3ivh6pl2f7qpssw5qye

Decoding the cognitive map: ensemble hippocampal sequences and decision making

Andrew M Wikenheiser, A David Redish
2015 Current Opinion in Neurobiology  
Acknowledgements This work was supported by a University of Minnesota Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship (AMW) and National Institutes of Health Grant R01-MH-080318 (ADR).  ...  a memory-guided behavioral task.  ...  Consistent with a role for LIA sequences occurring during sleep in memory consolidation, disrupting SWR-associated sequences with electrical stimulation following performance of memory-guided behaviors  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.conb.2014.10.002 pmid:25463559 pmcid:PMC4401581 fatcat:7ielc6jgs5dsro6husro42bep4

Episodic, Semantic, Pavlovian, and Procedural Cognitive Maps [article]

Jose J. F. Ribas Fernandes, Clay B. Holroyd
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
It follows that hippocampal maps are episode-based and that semantic, procedural, and Pavlovian memories each implement a specialized map.  ...  This formulation is problematic for two reasons: First, cognitive maps generalize over individual episodes, which conflicts with evidence associating the hippocampus with episodic memory, and second, it  ...  In what follows, we survey this landscape by describing the unique mnemonic properties for each type of map and reviewing the evidence in support of them.  ... 
doi:10.1101/161141 fatcat:bdfdudctonfcfdgkaokn6vz55a

The hippocampus as a predictive map

Kimberly L Stachenfeld, Matthew M Botvinick, Samuel J Gershman
2017 Nature Neuroscience  
hierarchical planning. dissociation of information processing in dorsal striatum, ventral striatum, and hippocampus on a learned spatial decision task.  ...  Furthermore, we argue that entorhinal grid cells encode a low-dimensional basis set for the predictive representation, useful for suppressing noise in predictions and extracting multiscale structure for  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to Tim Behrens, Ida Mommenejad, and Kevin Miller for helpful discussions, and to Alexander Mathis and Honi Sanders for comments on an earlier draft of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nn.4650 pmid:28967910 fatcat:ra2nmfcd3rbyzn6repiydfacim

Learning consistent, interactive, and meaningful task-action mappings: A computational model

A Howes
1996 Cognitive Science  
It exhibits behavior that captures human preference for consistent, interactive, and meaningful task-action mappings.  ...  This article describes on integroted cognitive model designed to exhibit a range of these phenomena while learning task-action mappings: action sequences for achieving simple goals, such OS opening o file  ...  It thereby captures a number of aspects of the consistency of task-action mappings, including the syntactic consistency and mnemonic consistency.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0364-0213(99)80009-3 fatcat:qqfv7cp4vzbmtirvwqqbugyzoy

Learning Consistent, Interactive, and Meaningful Task-Action Mappings: A Computational Model

Andrew Howes, Richard M. Young
1996 Cognitive Science  
It exhibits behavior that captures human preference for consistent, interactive, and meaningful task-action mappings.  ...  This article describes on integroted cognitive model designed to exhibit a range of these phenomena while learning task-action mappings: action sequences for achieving simple goals, such OS opening o file  ...  It thereby captures a number of aspects of the consistency of task-action mappings, including the syntactic consistency and mnemonic consistency.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15516709cog2003_1 fatcat:d6m2zfovhrcfransik5dkxbs64

N-back working memory paradigm: A meta-analysis of normative functional neuroimaging studies

Adrian M. Owen, Kathryn M. McMillan, Angela R. Laird, Ed Bullmore
2005 Human Brain Mapping  
Here, it provides evidence both for broadly consistent activation of frontal and parietal cortical regions by various versions of the n-back working memory paradigm, and for process-and content-specific  ...  One of the most popular experimental paradigms for functional neuroimaging studies of working memory has been the n-back task, in which subjects are asked to monitor the identity or location of a series  ...  Functional Specialization of Frontoparietal Working Memory Systems It is clear from the subsidiary activation maps for each major n-back task variant (Fig. 1 ) and the differential activation maps (Fig  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.20131 pmid:15846822 fatcat:tc25d2jivvcx5aztr733tw6wze

Neural and cognitive plasticity: From maps to minds

Eduardo Mercado
2008 Psychological bulletin  
in cognitive control and the maintenance of stimulus representations; and (c) the impact of neural plasticity and efficiency on the acquisition and performance of cognitive skills.  ...  and customize networks of these modules.  ...  Other memory tasks require participants to use mnemonics to facilitate recall of episodic memories (Baltes & Kliegl, 1992; Singer, Lindenberger, & Baltes, 2003; Verhaeghen & Marcoen, 1996) .  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.134.1.109 pmid:18193997 fatcat:eup6qxncvbeojke3442xy4oye4

Persistent neural activity in the human frontal cortex when maintaining space that is off the map

Kyeong-Jin Tark, Clayton E Curtis
2009 Nature Neuroscience  
Persistent neural activity is thought to be the mechanism that bridges in time the past sensory cue and its later and contingent memory-guided action 11 .  ...  Subjects performed an audiospatial working memory task using sounds recorded from microphones placed within each subject's ear canals, which preserved the interaural time and level differences critical  ...  Inati, and K. Sanzenbach for technical support and anonymous reviewers for helpful suggestions. Funded by US National Institutes of Health R01 EY016407.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nn.2406 pmid:19801987 pmcid:PMC3171293 fatcat:pwt2ndfubfc2nojyhlpob42kty

Does AI Qualify for the Job?

Fernando Martínez-Plumed, Songül Tolan, Annarosa Pesole, José Hernández-Orallo, Enrique Fernández-Macías, Emilia Gómez
2020 Proceedings of the AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society  
In this paper we present a setting for examining the relation between the distribution of research intensity in AI research and the relevance for a range of work tasks (and occupations) in current and  ...  research activity would be responsible for a desired or undesired effect on specific labour tasks and occupations.  ...  Acknowledgments This material is based upon work supported by the EU (FEDER), and the Spanish MINECO under grant RTI2018-094403-B-C3, the Generalitat Valenciana PROM-ETEO/2019/098. F.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3375627.3375831 dblp:conf/aies/Martinez-Plumed20 fatcat:s5524v44cralbikak7at3hfbay

Social Cognitive Maps, Swarm Perception and Distributed Search on Dynamic Landscapes [article]

Vitorino Ramos, Carlos Fernandes, Agostinho C. Rosa
2005 arXiv   pre-print
KEYWORDS: Swarm Intelligence and Perception, Social Cognitive Maps, Social Foraging, Self-Organization, Distributed Search and Optimization  ...  Then, in a more abstract level we suggest and stress the role played not only by the environmental media as a driving force for societal learning, as well as by positive and negative feedbacks produced  ...  provide us with consistent hints to algorithmic approaches for the construction of social cognitive maps, self-organization, coherent swarm perception and intelligent distributed search, with direct applications  ... 
arXiv:nlin/0502057v1 fatcat:a34fjabnofapjpcy457estx7wq

Complementary Maps for Location and Environmental Structure in CA1 and Subiculum [article]

Jacob M Olson, Alexander B Johnson, Lillian Chang, Emily L Tao, Xuefei Wang, Douglas A Nitz
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
We examined the activity patterns among populations of subiculum neurons during performance of a spatial working memory task performed within a complex network of interconnected pathways.  ...  The dorsal subiculum lies among a network of interconnected brain regions that collectively map multiple spatial and orientational relationships between an organism and the boundaries and pathways composing  ...  Differentiating small differences as 14 seen in CA1 is crucial for memory of individual events, but grouping similar information as in 15 SUB is vital for extrapolation and a holistic cognitive map.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.02.01.428537 fatcat:g6uwh6pxvfh5nnguabyfz7ajoi

Grid Cells and Spatial Maps in Entorhinal Cortex and Hippocampus [chapter]

Tor Stensola, Edvard I. Moser
2016 Research and Perspectives in Neurosciences  
Taken together, these examples illustrate a brain system that performs computations at the highest level, yet remains one of the cortical circuits with the best readout for experimental analysis and intervention  ...  We shall argue that the modular organization of the grid-cell system may be instrumental in memory orthogonalization in place cells in the hippocampus.  ...  between the spatial map in hippocampus and its role in memory formation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28802-4_5 fatcat:k7t6obdjmbfp7dsn2prqaphvem

Distributed representations of structure: A theory of analogical access and mapping

John E. Hummel, Keith J. Holyoak
1997 Psychological review  
Extensions of the approach to account for analogical inference and schema induction are also discussed.  ...  We describe an integrated theory of analogical access and mapping, instantiated in a computational model called LISA (Learning and Inference with Schemas and Analogies).  ...  We thank Graeme Halford, Art Markman, and an anonymous reviewer for their helpful comments on an earlier draft.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-295x.104.3.427 fatcat:vjhljcbjcnhyddm2obh6fljlom

Distributed representations of structure: A theory of analogical access and mapping

John E. Hummel, Keith J. Holyoak
1997 Psychological review  
Extensions of the approach to account for analogical inference and schema induction are also discussed.  ...  We describe an integrated theory of analogical access and mapping, instantiated in a computational model called LISA (Learning and Inference with Schemas and Analogies).  ...  We thank Graeme Halford, Art Markman, and an anonymous reviewer for their helpful comments on an earlier draft.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-295x.104.3.427 fatcat:g6culx44l5hrraxpfqfn5szwwu
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