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The hippocampal and parietal foundations of spatial cognition

Author: N Burgess; K J Jeffery; John O'Keefe; Royal Society (Great Britain)
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.
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"The hippocampus and the parietal cortex have been implicated in various core spatial behaviours, such as the ability to localize an object and navigate to it. Damage to these areas in humans and animals leads to impairment of these spatial functions. This collection of papers, written by internationally recognized experts in the field, reviews the evidence that each area is involved in spatial cognition, examines  Read more...
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Hippocampal and parietal foundations of spatial cognition.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999
(OCoLC)607115987
Online version:
Hippocampal and parietal foundations of spatial cognition.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1999
(OCoLC)607770161
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: N Burgess; K J Jeffery; John O'Keefe; Royal Society (Great Britain)
ISBN: 0198524536 9780198524533 0198524528 9780198524526
OCLC Number: 39275800
Notes: "Originating from a discussion meeting of the Royal Society of London."
Description: xi, 490 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine derived contents note: 1. Integrating hippocampal and parietal functions: a spatial point of view, N. Burgess, K.J. Jeffery and J. O'Keefe --
Parietal Cortex --
2. Spatial frames of reference and somatosensory processing: a neuropsychological perspective, G. Vallar --
3. Spatial orientation and the representation of space with parietal lobe lesions, H-O. Karnath --
4. Egocentric and object-based visual neglect, J. Driver --
5. Multimodal integration for the representation of space in the posterior parietal cortex, R.A. Andersen --
6. Parietal cortex constructions action-oriented spatial representations, C.L. Colby --
7. A new view of hemineglect based on the response properties of parietal neurones, A. Pouget and T.J. Sejnowski --
The Hippocampal Formation --
8. Robotic and neuronal simulation of the hippocampus and navigation, N. Burgess, J.G. Donnett, K.J. Jeffery and O'Keefe --
9. Dissociation of exteroceptive and ideothetic orientation cues: effect on hippocampal place cells and place navigation, J. Bures, A.A. Fenton, Y. Kaminski, J. Rossier, B. Sacchiette and L. Zinyuk --
10. Variable place-cell coupling to a continuously viewed stimulus: evidence that the hippocampus acts as a perceptual system, A. Rotenberg and R.A. Muller --
11. Separating hippocampal maps, A.D. Redish and D.S. Touretzky --
12. Hippocampal synaptic plasticity: role in spatial learning or the automatic recording of attended experience, R.G.M. Morris and U. Frey --
13. Right medial temporal-lobe contribution to object-location memory, A.D. Milner, I. Johnsrude and J. Crane --
14. The hippocampus and spatial memory in humans, R.G. Morris, J.A. Nunn, S. Abrahams, J.D. Feigenbaum and M. Reece --
15. Hierarchical organisation of cognitive memory, M. Mishkin, W. Suzuki, D.G. Gadian and F. Vargha-Khadem --
Interactions between parietal and hippocampal systems in space and memory --
16. Memory reprocessing in coricocortial and hippocampocortical neuronal ensembles, Y-L. Qin, B.L. McNaughton, W.E. Skaggs and C.A. Barnes --
17. The representation of space in the primate hippocampus, and its role in memory, E.T. Rolls --
18. Amnesia and neglect: beyond the Delay-Brion system and the Hebb synapse, D. Gaffan and J. Hornak --
19. Representation of allocentric space in the monkey frontal lobe, C.R. Olsen, S.N. Gettner and L. Tremblay --
20. Parietal and hippocampal contribution to topokinetic and topographic memory, A. Berthoz --
21. Hippocampal involvement in human topographical memory: evidence from functional imaging, E.A. Maguire --
22. Parietal cortex and hippocampus: from visual affordances to the world graph, M.A. Arbib --
23. Visuospatial processing in a pure case of visual-form agnosia, A.D. Milner, H.C. Dijkerman and D.P. Carey.
Responsibility: edited by N. Burgess, K.J. Jeffery and J. O'Keefe.
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