Dr. Ekstrom, postdoc Derek Huffman, and graduate student Michael Starrett propose a model of interacting networks supporting spatial cognition and navigation based on previous findings from both animal and human literature. DOI: 10.1152/jn.00531.2017
Congratulations to graduate student Candace Peacock, who was recently accepted to the University of Michigan fMRI training workshop!
New paper in Nature Communications from Spatial Cognition Lab graduate student Millie Copara and collaborators Veronique Bohbot and Jean Gotman showing theta oscillations in the human hippocampus during real-world movement!
Congratulations to Spatial Cognition Lab graduate students Jared Stokes and Michael Starrett! Jared won a dissertation fellowship, and Michael won a travel award.
Our new paper in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience by Jennifer Lieberman shows that the hippocampus plays a role in both associative and recency-based mechanisms of temporal order processing!
New article published in Cognition by Aiden Arnold showing that mental simulation of routes during navigation involves adaptive temporal compression!
Check out the recent press coverage of postdoc Lindsay Vass’s teleportation article in Neuron! Click here to listen to the interview. Lindsay’s article was also recommended by Faculty of 1000!
Congratulations to Spatial Cognition Lab graduate student Jared Stokes, who recently won a Duke’s Travel Award!
New paper in eLife shows spatial remapping in the human hippocampus!
New paper in Neuropsychologia shows medial temporal lobe damage in humans impairs spatial precision but not the ability to use distal cues on the virtual Morris Water Maze!