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How Neurons Behave as we Form Memories

One of the things that pushed me toward neuroscience was the desire to understand memory and how we …

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REFERENCES

    1. M. J. Ison, R. Quian Quiroga, I. Fried. Rapid encoding of new memories by individual neurons in the human brain. Neuron. Vol. 87, Issue 1. 1 July, 2015. Pages 220 - 230.
    2. D. O. Hebb, The Organization of Behavior. Wiley, New York, 1949.
    3. S. Wirth, M. Yanike, L.M. Frank, A.C. Smith, E.N. Brown, W.A. Suzuki. Single neurons in the monkey hippocampus and learning of new associations. Science 6 June 2003: 300 (5625), 1578-1581.

The living memory

Kicking off this year’s SfN Presidential Special Lecture series, Dr. Kelsey Martin presented her work exploring …

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REFERENCES

    1. Agranoff, B.W., Davis, R.E., Casola, L. & Lim, R. (1967). Science 158, 1600-1601
    2. Lynch, M.A. (2004). Long-term potentiation and memory. Pysiological Reviews. 84:1, pp. 87-136.
    3. Benavides-Piccione, R., Hamzei-Sichani, F., Ballesteros-Yanez, I., DeFelipe, J., Yuste, R. (2006). Dendritic size of pyramidal neurons differs among mouse cortical regions. Cerebral Cortex, 16:7, pp. 990-1001
    4. Martin, K.C. (2014). The living record of memory: Gene, neurons, and synapses. SfN 2014 Presidential Lecture.