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hippocampus paper - with Thomas

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Hippocampal GW paper with Thomas. 





Here are some relevant papers, Thomas.


1. Competition for access to the hippocampal regions OR inferior temporal lobe.


a. Marois - limited capacity bottleneck regions in neocortex --- nice picture. Marois - lim cap bottleneck cortex.pdf

b. Marois - the whole paper. Marois - LIM CAP IN BRAIN - TICS 2005.pdf


c. competition in the inferior temporal lobe:  competition in inferior temporal lobe.pdf


d. competition in the dentate gyrus: Dentate gyrus as a filter or gate to hippo.pdf



2. Wide distribution of hippocampal system activity related to consciousness.


a. Moroni, Sleep, REM & Hippocampal (intracranial) recording, PLOS ONE2007. Moroni - Sleep & hippo - PLOS ONE2007.pdf




3. Others.





Working together using this wiki


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Comments (1)

Anonymous said

at 9:27 am on Feb 22, 2008

My first use of your wiki, Bernie. I have iust read the Rolls paper on attention in natural scenes. You really should take a look at Ch.12 in *The Cognitive Brain*, "Self-Directed Learning in a Complex Environment". It explains more than the Rolls model and depends on the operating characteristics of the retinoid system to attend to and *parse* salient objects out of a spatially extended complex scene.

I'd be interested in your comments about this.


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