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Spatial Navigation Based on Novelty Mediated Autobiographical Memory [chapter]

Emilia Barakova, Tino Lourens
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The experimental results show that learning mediated by novelty provides a flexible and efficient way to encode spatial information in its contextual relatedness and directionality.  ...  The episodic and autobiographical memories are modelled to resemble the memory formation process that takes place in the rat hippocampus.  ...  Formation of the remembered episodes is mediated by novelty/familiarity discrimination method based on the hippocampal modelling for robotics exploration.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11499220_37 fatcat:7h3oqzb3vje4xgtebk6vv4qzbi

Long-axis specialization of the human hippocampus

Jordan Poppenk, Hallvard R. Evensmoen, Morris Moscovitch, Lynn Nadel
2013 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
Investigation of the hippocampus has historically focused on computations within the trisynaptic circuit.  ...  To access autobiographical details, one must first activate gist-like levels [83] .  ...  pHPC connections to the cingulate gyrus [3, 18] Vestibular memory and navigation Visual memory and navigation The aHPC has strong vestibular connections [9] The blind have a larger aHPC and smaller  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2013.03.005 pmid:23597720 fatcat:hq54g2pbxrdrxdcogudsbdnzbq

Scene construction impairments in Alzheimer's disease – A unique role for the posterior cingulate cortex

Muireann Irish, Stephanie Halena, Jody Kamminga, Sicong Tu, Michael Hornberger, John R. Hodges
2015 Cortex  
Voxel-based morphometry analyses based on structural MRI revealed significant associations between scene construction capacity and atrophy in posterior parietal and lateral temporal brain structures in  ...  Episodic memory dysfunction represents one of the most prominent and characteristic clinical features of patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD), attributable to the degeneration of medial temporal and  ...  Scene construction is argued to provide the essential foundation to support an array of complex higher-order processes including autobiographical memory, future thinking, spatial navigation, and potentially  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2015.08.004 pmid:26343342 fatcat:drsxld23efgmzinocrk62jfhaq

A Role for the Longitudinal Axis of the Hippocampus in Multiscale Representations of Large and Complex Spatial Environments and Mnemonic Hierarchies [chapter]

Bruce Harland, Marcos Contreras, Jean-Marc Fellous
2018 The Hippocampus - Plasticity and Functions  
The hippocampus is involved in spatial navigation and memory in rodents and humans.  ...  during navigation in large and complex environments or when encoding complex memories.  ...  In this model, the dorsal region mediates spatial and declarative memory, while the ventral region is involved in regulating emotional responses (see [2] for review).  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.71165 fatcat:iv2o7wtz5jhjrov7cdtszvfwpq

A Prefrontal-Hippocampal Comparator for Goal-Directed Behavior: The Intentional Self and Episodic Memory

Robert Numan
2015 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  
One theory which describes a prefrontal-hippocampal comparator for voluntary action is emphasized.  ...  Such a perspective can be applied to episodic memory in humans, and episodic-like memory in non-human animal species.  ...  All rats learned this "source memory" by discriminating food areas based on passive placement vs. active movement.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2015.00323 pmid:26635567 pmcid:PMC4658443 fatcat:7wmn7zko5fahbjtarlh24wnfay

Nonhuman primate models of hippocampal development and dysfunction

Jocelyne Bachevalier
2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
The results provide significant information on the emergence of hippocampal-dependent functions in humans, on the time course of memory impairment in human cases with early hippocampal insult, and on the  ...  Finally, the early hippocampal insult resulted in both adaptive and maladaptive neuroplasticity: i.e., sparing contextual memory, but affecting working memory processes as well as emotional reactivity  ...  memory, or autobiographical memory (1) .  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1902278116 pmid:31871159 fatcat:pph7b6xigjferji24q74yv53by

The hippocampus as a "stupid," domain-specific module: Implications for theories of recent and remote memory, and of imagination

Morris Moscovitch
2008 Canadian journal of experimental psychology  
These, in turn, have important implications for neuropsychological theories of recent and remote episodic, semantic, and spatial memory and for the functions that episodic memory may serve in perception  ...  I consider these implications by selectively reviewing the literature and primarily drawing on research my collaborators and I have conducted.  ...  allocentric spatial information needed for navigation.  ... 
doi:10.1037/1196-1961.62.1.62 pmid:18473631 fatcat:qkohnwhwdba4jgghnnb7dn65ve

Anterior hippocampus: the anatomy of perception, imagination and episodic memory

Peter Zeidman, Eleanor A. Maguire
2016 Nature Reviews Neuroscience  
In this Opinion article, we capitalize on new findings from functional neuroimaging to propose a model that links high-level cognitive functions to specific structures within the anterior hippocampus.  ...  based on local visual features ('state-based perception').  ...  Novelty and encoding. The anterior hippocampus responds to novelty, particularly of spatial stimuli.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrn.2015.24 pmid:26865022 pmcid:PMC5358751 fatcat:2teum7amqvc6zps45q2a7newmq

Hippocampal activation during retrieval of spatial context from episodic and semantic memory

Siobhan M. Hoscheidt, Lynn Nadel, Jessica Payne, Lee Ryan
2010 Behavioural Brain Research  
On the other hand, recent neuroimaging studies of intact individuals report hippocampal activation during retrieval of both autobiographical memories and semantic information that includes historical facts  ...  The hippocampus, a region implicated in the processing of spatial information and episodic memory, is central to the debate concerning the relationship between episodic and semantic memory.  ...  on spatial location and navigation through space.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bbr.2010.04.010 pmid:20385169 fatcat:zjgvy7zcuvaa7ectdkavtc7wfy

Functional cross-hemispheric shift between object-place paired associate memory and spatial memory in the human hippocampus

Choong-Hee Lee, Jungwon Ryu, Sang-Hun Lee, Hakjin Kim, Inah Lee
2016 Hippocampus  
The hippocampus plays critical roles in both object-based event memory and spatial navigation, but it is largely unknown whether the left and right hippocampi play functionally equivalent roles in these  ...  retrieval of relatively pure spatial memory (spatial memory period) was correlated with the right hippocampal BOLD response.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank James Knierim and Randolph Blake for helpful comments and discussions on earlier versions of the manuscript. The authors declare no competing financial interests.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hipo.22587 pmid:27009679 pmcid:PMC5074286 fatcat:v6kf3crt2zdmho7sahjhsbnkou

Perspectives on Episodic-Like and Episodic Memory

Bettina M. Pause, Armin Zlomuzica, Kiyoka Kinugawa, Jean Mariani, Reinhard Pietrowsky, Ekrem Dere
2013 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  
Episodic memory refers to the conscious recollection of a personal experience that contains information on what has happened and also where and when it happened.  ...  memory which can also account for phenomenological aspects of episodic memory such as autonoetic awareness.  ...  VIRTUAL REALITY-BASED TASKS Another reverse translational approach aims to induce and measure core elements of episodic-like memory such as spatial and temporal order memory in humans with a navigational  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2013.00033 pmid:23616754 pmcid:PMC3629296 fatcat:ovposex3j5es7mh53ipsxpv3bm

Navigating Social Space

Matthew Schafer, Daniela Schiller
2018 Neuron  
Research now indicates that social life can also be mapped by these mechanisms: others' spatial locations, social memory, and even a two-dimensional social space framed by social power and affiliation.  ...  The systematic mapping of social life onto a relational social space facilitates adaptive social decision making, akin to social navigation.  ...  Speculating from this evidence, PCC grid-like representations might compute social distance, which in turn informs autobiographical memory-mediated mental state inferences.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2018.10.006 pmid:30359610 pmcid:PMC6226014 fatcat:makwxaxmpvayxoaq23oylt5qzm

From spatial navigation via visual construction to episodic memory and imagination

Michael A. Arbib
2020 Biological cybernetics  
This hybrid of review and personal essay argues that models of visual construction are essential to extend spatial navigation models to models that link episodic memory and imagination.  ...  The starting point is the TAM-WG model, combining the Taxon Affordance Model and the World Graph model of spatial navigation.  ...  orientation) system for route navigation, based on egocentric spatial information.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00422-020-00829-7 pmid:32285205 pmcid:PMC7152744 fatcat:yucpd5ezungdxmzvdodgnq7v6i

The Cognitive Architecture of Spatial Navigation: Hippocampal and Striatal Contributions

Fabian Chersi, Neil Burgess
2015 Neuron  
Spatial navigation can serve as a model system in cognitive neuroscience, in which specific neural representations, learning rules, and control strategies can be inferred from the vast experimental literature  ...  state representations in the hippocampus, and arbitration of the outputs of both systems based on confidence/uncertainty in medial prefrontal cortex.  ...  d Does efficient navigation in complex environments require combinations of memory-based and reinforcement-based representations?  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2015.09.021 pmid:26447573 fatcat:vb6p3if62rbczbtqw3lngudvay

Brain oscillations and memory

Emrah Düzel, Will D Penny, Neil Burgess
2010 Current Opinion in Neurobiology  
maintenance of events and sequences of events, the assessment of novelty, the induction of plasticity during encoding, as well as the consolidation and the retrieval of stored memories.  ...  This correspondence between species opens new perspectives for a mechanistic investigation of human memory function.  ...  In this research there has been a focus on the hippocampal formation, because of its central role in memory, and also a focus on spatial representation, because of the interesting spatial correlates of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.conb.2010.01.004 pmid:20181475 fatcat:rxruxrcapbg57omelyxsg6ohze
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