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Full Access Multi-sensory determinants of 3D spatial codes in the hippocampal formation of bats

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Multi-sensory determinants of 3D spatial codes in the hippocampal formation of bats

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The hippocampus, although not typically considered a multi-sensory hub, is in fact receiving rich converging inputs from all sensory modalities. We study the neural basis of spatial behaviors and spatial cognition in freely-moving, freely behaving mammals — employing the echolocating bat as a novel animal model. I will describe our recent studies of 3D place cells and 3D head-direction cells in crawling and flying bats, and will describe the effects of trading-off sensory inputs (echolocation versus vision).

Affiliations: 1: Department of Neurobiology, Weizmann Institute, Israel

The hippocampus, although not typically considered a multi-sensory hub, is in fact receiving rich converging inputs from all sensory modalities. We study the neural basis of spatial behaviors and spatial cognition in freely-moving, freely behaving mammals — employing the echolocating bat as a novel animal model. I will describe our recent studies of 3D place cells and 3D head-direction cells in crawling and flying bats, and will describe the effects of trading-off sensory inputs (echolocation versus vision).

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2013-05-16
2016-12-03

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