Below is a list of the accepted posters that will be presented at the

2018 International Conference on Learning and Memory.

Talk #First NameLast NameInstitutionPoster Title
103.6.1TatianaVienaFlorida Atlantic UniversityDischarge Properties of Ventral Midline Thalamic Cells Across the Sleep-Wake Cycle in the Rat
103.6.2SarahKarkBoston CollegeValence-specific repetition effects reflect nonconscious memory for emotional stimuli during a 24-hour recognition memory task
103.6.3DhruvaRamanUniversity of CambridgeUnstable representations of stable behaviours
103.6.4BrandenKolarikUniversity of California, IrvineInvestigating the effects of real-world exploration as environmental enrichment in older adults
103.6.5LizethPedraza CorreaFederal University of Rio Grande do Sul, BrazilFluoxetine prevents fear generalization and maintains hippocampal dependency: implications for extinction enhancement
103.6.6NathenMurawskiBoston UniversityManipulating Maladaptive Memories: optogenetic strategies to mitigate stress- and addiction-related behaviors
103.6.7IanBallardStanford UniversityHippocampal Pattern Separation Supports Reinforcement Learning
103.6.8JoaquínAlfeiKU LEUVEN - CENTRE FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING AND EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGYFear Memory Generalization and Recovery from Post-Retrieval Amnesia
103.6.9KamranDibaUniversity of MichiganTemporal structure of hippocampal neurons during "offline" bursts evaluated by hidden Markov models.
103.6.10G. AlephPrietoInstitute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders, University of California-IrvinePDE2 inhibition rescues LTP in Alzheimer diseased synapses
103.6.11JiefengJiangStanford UniversityGeneralization of cognitive control demand via overlapping associative memories
103.6.12SabrinaJonesAmerican UniversityGLP-1 agonist improves learned inhibition on a hippocampal dependent memory task
103.6.13GyuriLurUniversity of California IrvineStress induced degradation of long range inputs to the posterior parietal cortex
103.6.14BenjaminKubitUniversity of California, DavisMechanisms of music-associated memory formation: The relationship between procedural memory, imagery, and event recollection.
103.6.15KristaWahlstromUniversity of IowaOptical stimulation of the pathway from the basolateral amygdala to the medial entorhinal cortex in rats, enhances retention of spatial memory.
103.6.16JohnWittig, JrNational Institutes of Health / NINDSMemory-Specific Attention Mechanisms
103.6.17ZhongzhengFuCalifornia Institute Of TechnologySingle-neuron correlates of the error-related negativity in human medial frontal cortex
103.6.18SaraAtonUniversity of MichiganHippocampal network oscillations rescue memory consolidation in the absence of sleep
103.6.19Vanessavan AstUniversity of AmsterdamIs a smaller hippocampal dentate gyrus predictive of conditioned fear-generalization across contexts? |
103.6.21EmilyMerfeldBoston UniversityChronically reactivating positive and negative memories to modulate hedonic and social behaviors
103.6.22EmilyMechUniversity of California, RiversideThe Consequences of Bilingualism for New Category Learning
103.6.23StefaniaFornerUniversity of California IrvineHow extracellular and intracellular Ab affects Alzheimer's disease synaptic loss.
103.6.24MiguelDiaz-AcevedoRutgers University - NewarkA Role for Striatal TH-Interneurons in the Reinforcement of Goal-Directed Behavior
103.6.25ZhuangSongUniversity of Texas at DallasMultimodal imaging of the Hippocampal Network in Normal and Pathological Aging
103.6.26CintiaVelázquez DelgadoUNAMEffect of a novel environment in the catecholaminergic system in cognitive alterations and in the accumulation of beta-amyloid in models of Alzheimer.
103.6.27TheresaNguyenStanford UniversityEffects of Mossy Cell Manipulation in Learning and Memory
103.6.28NavidGhaffariUniversity of California, IrvineNovel Methodological Assessment of Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory
103.6.29LouRizzoloCOMETE UMR-S 1075 INSERM, University of CaenChronic exposure to music of middle-age Wistar rats alleviates cognitive decline at advanced age.
103.6.30DanaéRémonCNRS UMR5549Learning strategies and acquisition of long term memories of word-object pairs in young children
103.6.31StellaSakhonThe University of ArizonaEquivalent Fast Mapping and Explicit Encoding Word Retention in Typical and Atypical Development
103.6.32SaraIacozzaMax Planck Institute for PsycholinguisticsEvidence for in-group biases in source memory for newly learned words
103.6.33AlexandraTrelleStanford UniversityCortical representations during memory encoding and retrieval predict successful associative memory retrieval in healthy older adults
103.6.34SilviaMaggiUniversity of ManchesterPrefrontal cortex ensembles learn to encode working memory and choice
103.6.35ElenaRotondoRutgers UniversityEarly effects on subcortical processing of sound with learned extinction of auditory associative memory in a rodent model
103.6.36DavidTingleyNew York University, Langone Medical CenterReading the hippocampal spatial code
103.6.37AndréSousaScripps Research InstituteOptogenetic ensemble reactivation induces systems memory consolidation
103.6.38PetarRaykovSussex UniversityShared contextual knowledge strengthens inter-subject synchrony and pattern similarity
103.6.39Olivierde VriesUniversity of AmsterdamAltering episodic memories by stimulating arousal during reconsolidation.
103.6.40RandolphHelfrichUniversity of California, BerkeleyCoupled slow oscillations and sleep spindles orchestrate PFC-MTL interactions during NREM sleep|
105.6.1SimonKwonUniversity of CambridgeA Meta-analysis of Event-Related Potential Correlates of Recollection and Familiarity
105.6.2XiaoxiaoLinUniversity of California Irvine, IrvineEpigenetic regulation of neuronal ensemble activity to enhance spatial learning and memory
105.6.3SophiePetersonCalifornia State University San BernardinoThe effects of serotonin 6 receptor blockade on repetitive behaviors in the BTBR mouse model of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
105.6.4AndrewGarciaUniversity of DelawareDistinct Oscillatory Interactions within the Hippocampal-Thalamo-Prefrontal Circuit During Spatial Working Memory
105.6.5LexusHernandezUniversity of California, IrvineOptimizing Sleep-Related Memory Processes using Closed-Loop Auditory Stimulation
105.6.6EdwardKorzusUniversity of California, RiversideCircuit dynamics during contextual fear discrimination learning
105.6.7JessicaNocheUniversity of California, IrvinePerformance symmetry in object versus spatial memory tasks is linked to cognitive status and entorhinal cortical thinning in aging
105.6.8DingrongGuoSchool of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, ChinaDifferent roles of anterior and posterior hippocampus in retrieving schema-related associations
105.6.9MartinRiemerGerman Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), Magdeburg, GermanyThe accumulation of space, time and numerosity in a navigational context: an fMRI study
105.6.10AidaJaldiHoward University College of MedicineThe Impact of Metformin Treatment on Voluntary Running Activity and Alzheimer's Disease-Related Neuropathology in a Transgenic Mouse Model
105.6.11EitanSchechtman-DraymanNorthwestern UniversityForget about it: accelerating directed forgetting using targeted memory reactivation
105.6.12JenkinMokYork UniversityIs it time? Examining the effects of episodic imagining on reward discounting
105.6.13OanaGurauUniversity of OxfordInvestigating Spatial Navigation in Amnesic Patients: a Comparison Between Immersive and Computer-based Virtual Reality |
105.6.14GabrielEliasUniversity of California IrvineRepresentations of acoustic context in rodent primary auditory cortex
105.6.15LucienThompsonUniversity of Texas at DallasAging, Drugs, Diet, Sex, Fear, Space and Memory: Convergence on post-burst AHPs in CA1
105.6.16SierraSchleuferUniversity of WashingtonHippocampal lesions affect free-viewing behavior in monkeys
105.6.17Marie-ChristinFellnerRuhr University BochumrTracking representational similarity and oscillatory correlates of selective rehearsal and active forgetting in EEG|
105.6.18AlexandraStolyarovaUniversity of California, Los AngelesLearning from uncertain reinforcement with basolateral amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex: validation using DREADDs
105.6.19Christopherde SolisThe University of Texas at DallasOverexpression of GluN2B(E1479Q) within the basal and lateral amygdala enhances the modification of a strong fear memory via reconsolidation updating
105.6.20CuihongLiPeking UniversityNeural mechanisms of distributed and massed learning during associative recognition - role of the hippocampus
105.6.21GeoffreyBlondelleUniversité de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, FranceRehabilitation of prospective memory disorders after a severe acquired brain injury with Google Calendar and goal management training: a single case
105.6.22ZanetaNavratilovaUniversity of California, IrvineDirectionality in distal CA1 is driven by sensory cues, while proximal CA1 is influenced by self-motion differences
105.6.23MohammadShehataCalifornia Institute of TechnologyEngram-specific synaptic plasticity within engram assemblies governs the storage of fear memory identity
105.6.24TomoakiNakazonoUniversity of California, IrvineImpaired in vivo gamma oscillations in the medial entorhinal cortex of knock-in Alzheimer
105.6.25JamesElseyUniversity of AmsterdamFear today, gone tomorrow? Investigating the impact of a reconsolidation-based pharmacological intervention for arachnophobia
105.6.26ElizabethHaddadUniversity of California, IrvineFragmented early life care imposed on a rodent model reveals aberrant structural connectivity in emotional and reward based circuitry
105.6.27RafiHaqueEmory UniversityEye-movement based memory during a visual manipulation task predicts memory decline
105.6.28RyanHarveyUniversity of New MexicoAltered Spatial Coding of Hippocampal Place Cells Following Moderate Prenatal Alcohol Exposure|
105.6.29AdamRamsaranThe Hospital for Sick ChildrenMaturation of hippocampal perineuronal nets underlies the ontogeny of memory specificity
105.6.30AnnaKhazenzonStanfordPeri-encoding cortical oscillations reflect dissociable roles of attentional control in memory formation
105.6.31Zahra M.AghajanUniversity of California, Los AngelesTheta Oscillations in the Human Medial Temporal Lobe during Real World Ambulatory Movement
105.6.32RicardoAzevedoUniversity of California, IrvineCell specific visualization and interrogation of nascent RNA in whole brain
105.6.34NinaLichtenbergUniversity of California, Los AngelesThe function of basolateral amygdala projections in reward expectation-guided behavior
105.6.35GenevieveAlbouyKU LeuvenSchema and Motor Memory Consolidation
105.6.36Beate E.MuehlrothMax Planck Institute for Human Development, BerlinYouth-like Precision of Slow Oscillation-Spindle Coupling promotes Memory Consolidation across the Adult Lifespan
105.6.37SaschaDukenUniversity of AmsterdamCan misleading information change a memory through reconsolidation?
105.6.38JonathanCurotCentre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition, CNRS, UMR 5549, ToulouseMemory scrutinized through electrical brain stimulation (EBS): A review of 80 years of experiential phenomena.
105.6.39CasperKerrenUniversity of BirminghamAn optimal oscillatory phase for pattern reactivation during memory retrieval
105.6.40SaraPishdadianYork UniversityMnemonic Discrimination of known places and concepts is affected in healthy aging and hippocampal amnesia
203.6.1RebeccaStevensonUniversity of California, IrvineGamma and theta activity in the human medial temporal and prefrontal cortices predict performance on a spatial learning task
203.6.2JanKamińskiCedar Sinai Medcial CenterPersistently active neurons in human medial temporal lobe support working memory
203.6.3GoffredinaSpanoUniversity College LondonIs scene construction during sleep a prerequisite for hippocampal-dependent memory consolidation?
203.6.4NatalieSchroyensKU Leuven, Leuven, BelgiumPharmacological induction of post-reactivation amnesia for contextual fear memory in rats
203.6.5XinFuTulane UniversityNoradrenergic activation of local GABAergic interneurons in the basolateral amygdala
203.6.6ThomasRogersonStanfordLong-term imaging of ensemble neural calcium dynamics in the perirhinal cortex of freely behaving mice learning context-stimulus associations
203.6.7LaurenWhitehurstUniversity of California, RiversideOff-label psychostimulant use may come at a cost to sleep-dependent memory
203.6.8MorganBotdorfUniversity of Maryland, College ParkRelations between working memory and cortical thinning in anterior cingulate cortex and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in early childhood
203.6.9MunjalAcharyaUniversity of California IrvineAn astrocytic regulation of cognitive function in the irradiated brain
203.6.10Ann-KathrinZensesKU Leuven, Leuven, BelgiumAn association splitting intervention to reduce intrusive thoughts
203.6.11JieZhengUniversity of California, IrvineOscillatory multiplexing in the amygdala-hippocampal circuit facilitates mnemonic discrimination of emotional stimuli
203.6.12DavidClewettNew York UniversityBrain Mechanisms by Which Emotional Learning Selectively and Retroactively Enhances Memory for Related Information
203.6.13Shang Lin (Tommy)LeeUniversity of ConnecticutFiring characteristics of dorsal and ventral place cells in response to spatial novelty
203.6.14SiddharthRamananThe University of Sydney, NSW, AustraliaEvidence for distinct memory profiles across atypical Alzheimer's disease syndromes
203.6.15Anna-LenaSchlennerUniversity of California San DiegoCA3 network pattern separation can occur in the absence of neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus.
203.6.16AviChanalesNew York UniversityOnline integration of overlapping events mitigates subsequent interference
203.6.17DavidOmerWeizmann institute,IsraelSocial place cells in the bat hippocampus
203.6.18NathanielNoyesScripps Research InstituteRas is a memory suppressor affecting multiple types of consolidated memory
203.6.19BenjaminYettonUniversity of California, IrvineNo fear transfer across temporally-linked memories in humans
203.6.20EveHigbyUniversity of California RiversideLearning object labels in a second language facilitates lexical access in the native language
203.6.21EmmaBiggsKU Leuven, Leuven, BelgiumThe Neural Correlates of the Acquisition of Fear of Painful Touch
203.6.22SeanCollinsUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignNeocortical SHANK1 plays a critical role in facilitating forebrain dependent associative learning: a whisker-trace-eyeblink conditioning study
203.6.23GergelySzaboStanford UniversityExtended interneuronal network of the dentate gyrus
203.6.24Georgios P.D.ArgyropoulosUniversity of Oxford, Oxford, UKCerebellar structural and functional abnormalities in hippocampal atrophy due to limbic encephalitis
203.6.25Shao-FangWangStanford UniversityRepresentations of local information in human medial temporal lobe during memory-guided spatial navigation
203.6.26KseniaToropovaNational Research Center "Kurchatov Institute", Moscow, RussiaCellular resting state networks in the mouse brain and their relation to previous experience: a large-scale c-Fos mapping study
203.6.27LindseyNobleUniversity of Texas at DallasEffects of vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) on generalization of conditioned fear extinction |
203.6.28EmmaDelhayeLiege UniversityPerirhinal cortex atrophy in Alzheimer's disease is associated with impaired perceptual integration and altered memory for unitized associations
203.6.29MelissaHebscherUniversity of TorontoContinuous theta burst stimulation (cTBS) to the precuneus alters theta and gamma oscillations during autobiographical memory (AM) retrieval
203.6.30LeonoreBovyDonders Institute for Brain, Cognition and BehaviourImpaired procedural memory consolidation relates to sleep spindle impairments in major depression
203.6.31StephanieThevesDonders Institute, Radboud University, NijmegenFrom neighborhoods to maps: Hippocampal distance coding in concept space
203.6.32ErnieHwaunUniversity of Texas at AustinChanges in firing rates of CA3 place cells across sleep following a novel experience
203.6.33BenjaminBasileNational Institute of Mental HealthAmygdala lesions do not disrupt familiarity memory in macaque monkeys
203.6.34MildredSalgadoUniversidad Nacional Autonoma de MexicoDifferential role of catecholamines during contextual memory updating
203.6.35DanielBarryUniversity College LondonOscillatory dynamics supporting the mental construction of scenes
203.6.36JorgeQuillfeldtFederal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, RS - BrazilReconsolidation-induced rescue of a remote fear memory blocked by an early cortical inhibition: different pathways for systems consolidation
203.6.37JuanLinde DomingoUniversity of BirminghamTracking the reconstruction of episodic memories in behaviour and EEG time courses
203.6.38NicoleMontijnUtrecht UniversityForgetting the future: Fading affect bias and content features of emotional future simulation in highly anxious individuals
203.6.39IsabelSalasVIB KU LeuvenHigh fat diet treatment impairs hippocampal long term potentiation without alterations in the core neuropathological features of Alzheimer disease
303.6.1RobertReinhartBoston University6-Hz alternating current of segregated frontal cortical areas improves learning in humans
303.6.2CharlesMactutusUniversity of South CarolinaAccuracy of Spatial Navigation: The Role of Starting Location
303.6.3CarolynHarleyMemorial University of NewfoundlandIn vivo optogenetic LC activation and modulation of the perforant path evoked potential in dentate gyrus.
303.6.4EvanHartUniversity of California, Los AngelesPersistent effect of withdrawal from intravenous methamphetamine self-administration on effort-based choice and activation of anterior cingulate
303.6.5LauraBerkowitzUniversity of New MexicoCharacterization of Head Direction Cells in the TgF344-AD Rat Model of Alzheimer's Disease
303.6.7WouterCoxUniversity of AmsterdamThe effects of a beta-adrenergic receptor antagonist on reconsolidation and extinction in humans
303.6.8RosalindNguyenUniversity of Maryland, College ParkExamining the Neural Correlates of N-back Performance at Different Levels of N.
303.6.9SarinaZehraEra’s Lucknow Medical CollegeEnhancing Learning and Memory Through Innovative Dietary Planning
303.6.10HeidiMeyerWeill Cornell MedicineDifferential response patterns of ventral hippocampal neurons under conditions of fear and safety
303.6.11JessicaRobinRotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health SciencesThe role of scenes in associative memory and inference
303.6.12Alicia NunezVorobiovaCentre for Cognition and Decision making, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian FederationRole of the medial prefrontal cortex in congruency-based memorization: an rTMS study
303.6.13AndrewHoweUniversity of California Los AngelesSharp-Wave Ripples in a Spatial, Value-Based Decision-Making Task
303.6.14GabrielBessonGIGA - Cyclotron Research Center, University of LiègeDoes the perceptual representation hierarchy differentially contribute to familiarity?
303.6.15PaolaColucciSapienza University of Rome, ItalyAmphetamine and the "bath salt" 3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) differentially affect the accuracy of memory for emotional experiences in rats
303.6.16KennethAmayaDartmouth CollegeRole of dorsolateral striatal cholinergic interneurons in behavioral response to changes in action-outcome contingencies
303.6.17MaryFlaimUniversity of California, Los AngelesModified Raven's Progressive Matrices for Homing Pigeons, Columba liva
303.6.18Sarah LindsayPetersMcGill UniversityComparing and contrasting the neural mechanisms of autobiographical memory and problem solving
303.6.19StevenHarrodUniversity of South CarolinaEscalation of Cocaine Self-Administration on a PR Schedule of Reinforcement followed by Concurrent Choice of Sucrose and Cocaine using F344 rats
303.6.20DaneClemensonUniversity of California, IrvineExploration of a video game environment leads to improvements in hippocampus-associated behaviors
303.6.21MonikaShpokayteBoston UniversityActivating Ventral Hippocampus to Amygdala terminals processing fear or reward
303.6.22MarieLodsINSERM U1215The role of adult hippocampal neurogenesis in spatial memory stabilization
303.6.23LindaPalmerUniversity of California, IrvinePrior complexity shapes exploratory episodes and patterns of hippocampal encoding
303.6.24IvaBrunecUniversity of TorontoÊHippocampal long axis dynamics change across the lifespanÊ
303.6.25ManuelaCostaLaboratory For Clinical Neuroscience, Madrid, SpainHigh gamma oscillations in the human amygdala during successful emotional memory encoding and retrieval|
303.6.26XeniaGrandeInstitute of Cognitive Neurology and Dementia Research, Otto-von-Guericke University MagdeburgConnectivity of Hippocampal Subfields at Holistic Recollection: Functional Evidence at 7 Tesla
303.6.27AnetaBrzezickaCedars Sinai Medical CenterContrasting load-related theta changes in DLPFC and hippocampus during information maintenance in working memory
303.6.28SaraScheveneelsKU LeuvenThe effects of gradual versus random extinction training on fear responding
303.6.29BradleyBuchsbaumRotman Research InstituteAttentional Regulation of Working Memory Representations in Aging
303.6.30LeslieRollinsChristopher Newport UniversityEye-Movement Based Memory Effects during the Forced-Choice Mnemonic Similarity Task|
303.6.31RyanTrohaUniversity of ConnecticutObservational learning of a foraging scenario in rats
303.6.32BrianGerekeUniversity of Texas at AustinExperience-Dependent Trends in CA1 Theta and Slow Gamma Rhythms in Freely Behaving Mice
303.6.33ValeriyaBelyaevaNational Research University Higher School of Economics (NRU HSE), Moscow, RussiaInfluence of BDNF Val66Met Polymorphism on Spatial and Temporal Working Memory
303.6.34AlexandraMablyUniversity of Texas at AustinCA2 place cells remap in response to social olfactory stimuli
303.6.35NadineDierschGerman Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), Magdeburg, GermanyChanges in connectivity profiles as a mechanism for age-related decline in navigational learning?
303.6.36Naomide HaasDonders Institute, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The NetherlandsNeural representation of value space
303.6.37Georgios P.D.ArgyropoulosNuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences (NDCN)Connectivity, not volumes: aberrant resting-state functional connectivity explains amnesia following limbic encephalitis
303.6.38ScottCairneyUniversity of YorkTime to Forget: Unbinding Arousal from Emotional Memories
303.6.39Abby BasyaFinkelsteinBoston UniversitySocial Reinstatement of Contextual Fear Memory
303.6.40Susan AFarrSt. Louis University School of Medicine/VA Medical Center St. LouisBlocking GSK-3β Increase After a Traumatic Brain Injury Prevents Memory Impairment
305.6.1Piere-YvesJoninUniversité de Toulouse, CNRS CERCO, UMR 5549, FranceRetrieval practice based on recognition memory: testing the retrieval effort hypothesis
305.6.2KateNussenbaumNew York UniversityDeveloping the ability to remember useful information
305.6.3EmmanuelBarbeauCentre de recherche Cerveau et Cognition, Toulouse, FranceExtremely long-term memory and familiarity after 12 years
305.6.4AaronMattfeldFlorida International UniversityMemories for decisions: Increased correlation between the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex support conditional associative behavior
305.6.5AndrewSandersUniversity of California, Los AngelesIndexing working memory capacity in infancy
305.6.6MarshallDaltonUniversity College London, London, UKResting state functional connectivity of human hippocampal subregions
305.6.7HillaryRaabNew York UniversityPavlovian and instrumental contributions to motivated behaviors across development
305.6.8AlirezasalamiKarolinska InstituteDopamine D2 is associated with neural responses during working memory in a load-dependent manner
305.6.9JonRueckemannUniversity of WashingtonNetwork Oscillations in the Monkey Hippocampus
305.6.10MeganCurranUniversity of California, IrvineNeuron Restrictive Silencing Factor mediates long-term learning and memory deficits provoked by developmental prolonged febrile seizures
305.6.11PaolaMalerbaUniversity of California, IrvineSpatio-temporal dynamics of sleep EEG rhythms and memory performance
305.6.12Lyciade VoogdDonders InstituteThe role of spatial context representations in medial temporal lobe regions in fear generalization: A virtual reality approach
305.6.13PaulLoprinziUniversity of MississippiExercise and Episodic Memory Interference
305.6.14TarekAmerUniversity of Toronto / Rotman Research InstituteNeural Correlates of Memory for Arbitrary and Meaningful Associations in Younger and Older Adults
305.6.15ConorCoxUniversity of California IrvineRecurrent networks of hippocampus CA3 are capable of encoding time
305.6.16KaraWendelUniversity of California, IrvineWhite Matter Vasculature and Microstructure Abnormalities Predict Learning/Memory Impairments following Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
305.6.17RianneCampbellUniversity of California, IrvineCell Type Specific Action of Nr4a2 in Response to Cocaine
305.6.18CatherineCornwellSyracuse UniversityEnvironmental Enrichment Prevents Autistic-like Behaviors in Maternally Separated Mice
305.6.19GabrielBerdugo-VegaCenter for Regenerative Therapies DresdenAn Increase in Adult Neurogenesis Restores Efficient Spatial Learning Strategies Throughout Life
305.6.20Anne-LiseSaiveUniversity of Montreal, CanadaTheta power modulations during odor-visuospatial encoding specifically predict accuracy of subsequent item and context retrieval.
305.6.21MarijnKroesRadboud University Nijmegen Medical CenterReconsolidation cuts both ways: Reactivation before extinction strengthens episodic memory but fails to disrupt generalized threat responses.
305.6.22IpshitaZutshiUniversity of California, San DiegoSpeed cells but not head direction cells are integrated with the grid cell network in medial entorhinal cortex superficial layers
305.6.23IsabellaWagnerUniversity of ViennaThalamo-cortical interactions foster durable memory consolidation during post-encoding rest
305.6.24QijingYuWayne State UniversityHippocampal DG/CA3 volume is linked to associative memory in young children
305.6.25KatherineConantGeorgetown UniversityDisruption of perineuronal nets increases the frequency of sharp wave ripple events
305.6.26CarlaDalmazUniversidade Federal do Rio Grande do SulEarly experiences change aversive memory labilization/reconsolidation: late engagement of the dorsal hippocampus during memory reactivation?
305.6.27SaraPudasUmeå University, SwedenGenerational differences for school performance and educational attainment as early life predictors of age-related memory decline
305.6.28AntoineBesnardHarvard Medical SchoolDistinct subpopulations of somatostatin interneurons in dorsolateral septum relay fear and anxiety signals to control subcortical circuits
305.6.29GarrettBlairUniversity of California, Los AngelesLong-term population recordings of hippocampal place cells via calcium imaging in the rat
305.6.30AnastasiaChalkiaKU LeuvenReconsolidation blockade vs memory integration:Does state dependency account for the amnestic effect of propranolol on reactivated memories in humans?
305.6.31QuintonSkillingUniversity of MichiganDynamical analysis of neural systems outline the importance of near-critical dynamics and functional network stability for memory consolidation
305.6.32RosannaOlsenRotman Research Institute, BaycrestA harmonized protocol for in vivo human hippocampal subfield segmentation: initial results of the 3 tesla protocol
305.6.33AmyFrithsenUniversity of California, IrvineResponse bias, recollection, and familiarity in individuals with Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory (HSAM)
305.6.34JacobBerryScripps Research Institute FloridaDopamine neurons mediate learning and forgetting through bidirectional modulation of output neuron synapses
305.6.35CaesarHernandezUniversity of FloridaOptogenetic inactivation of basolateral amygdala in young rats recapitulates aged rats' ability to delay gratification in an intertemporal choice task
305.6.36CliveRosenthalUniversity of OxfordV1 and lateral occipital cortex contributions to the encoding, post-learning consolidation, and recognition of words masked from visual awareness
305.6.37BombiLeeKyung Hee UniversityThe polymethoxylated flavone, tangeretin improves cognitive memory in rats experiencing a single episode of prolonged post-traumatic stress
305.6.38ZhisenUrgolitesUniversity of California, San DiegoPreferential viewing of old scenes reflects conscious memory and is impaired after medial temporal lobe damage
305.6.39JordanaWynnRotman Research Institute/ University of TorontoPrior knowledge effects on visual search in younger and older adults
305.6.40LoganHarrigerUniversity of California, IrvineNetwork topology of slow wave propagation during NREM sleep: evidence from human intracranial EEG
405.6.1MailysFarautCedars-Sinai Medical CenterSingle-units correlates of Top-Down Control of Memory in Humans
405.6.2AfifAqrabawiUniversity of TorontoTopographic Hippocampal Projections to the Anterior Olfactory Nucleus Mediate Episodic Odour Memory Retrieval
405.6.3ShirleyLeanosUniversity of California, RiversideBroad learning is related to verbal memory in older adulthood
405.6.4KatharineSimonUniversity of ArizonaLosing memories during sleep after Targeted Memory Reactivation
405.6.5HannahKimStanford UniversityEffects of optogenetic seizure control on spatial learning and memory
405.6.6MariaMorenaUniversity of CalgaryOverexpression of the endocannabinoid anandamide degrading enzyme in the basolateral amygdala paradoxically decreases anxiety and fear memory
405.6.7MohsenNajiUniversity of California, San DiegoPerceptual learning benefits from early rapid-eye movement sleep|
405.6.8DustinPlutaUniversity of California, IrvineEstimating Heritability of EEG Connectivity During a Working Memory Task
405.6.9AndrewMaurerUniversity of FloridaPerforant path fiber loss is related to mnemonic similarity performance in rats
405.6.10KishaKalraMiddlebury CollegeMetabolic Consequences of Synaptic Plasticity
405.6.11YitzhakNormanWeizmann Institute of ScienceA neuronal mechanism for setting top-down boundaries during free recall
405.6.12LechuanHuUniversity of California, IrvineModeling high dimensional multi-channel brain signal data and its application to rat's LFP signal
405.6.13IvanSkelinUniversity of Lethbridge/University of California IrvineSharp wave/ripples influence connectivity patterns in cortical networks
405.6.14JaredStokesUniversity of California, DavisHuman hippocampal representations of novel, irregular environments |
405.6.15MatthewMahavongtrakulUniversity of California, IrvineSex-specific effects of Levetiracetam and prevention of cognitive impairment in mice lacking synaptic zinc
405.6.16StephanieKoebeleArizona State UniversityMaze complexity and task learning order affects memory performance in estrogen-treated rats|
405.6.17SaanaKorkkiUniversity of CambridgeEpisodic memory precision in healthy ageing
405.6.18Zaw AliKhanEra UniversityEnhancing learning and memory through nutritional and lifestyle interventions.
405.6.19DeborahTalmiUniversity of ManchestserA rational analysis of motivated memory
405.6.20YosifZakiBoston UniversityInhibiting ensembles in the hippocampus and amygdala to suppress reinstatement-induced fear.
405.6.21AnneBierbrauerRuhr-University Bochum, GermanyNeural mechanisms underlying the impact of stress on memory encoding
405.6.22IanClarkUniversity College London,Is associative memory truly impaired in patients with bilateral hippocampal damage?
405.6.23KonstantinAnokhinNational Research Center "Kurchatov Institute", Moscow, RussiaPavlovian conditioning of contextual engram: properties and neuronal substrates
405.6.24MariaMontchalUniversity of California, IrvinePerirhinal and anterolateral entorhinal cortex involved in memory for time?
405.6.25MathieuHainselinUniversité de Picardie Jules VerneImprovisation theatre helps reduce anxiety...and memory!
405.6.26YoniBrowningUniversity of Washington, SeattleMonkey hippocampal neurons track ongoing experiences
405.6.27ViktorVargaNew York UniversityContribution of the medial septum to the formation of place fields.
405.6.28DeborahRobySaint Louis UniversityUp regulation of Reverb activity improves cognition and mitochondrial gene expression in Alzheimer's mouse model.
405.6.29MelanieSchwefelFreie Universität Berlin, GermanyEffects of physical activity on cognitive functions in depression - an fMRI study
405.6.30AlisonComrieUniversity of ArizonaSparser representation of experience with age in in rat lateral entorhinal cortex
405.6.31CorneliaMcCormickUniversity College LondonThe temporal dynamics of autobiographical memory recall
405.6.32MichaelCraigHeriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UKConsolidating the details: awake quiescence enhances memory quality
405.6.33JoshuaGoldenbergMiddlebury CollegeLocal Field Potential (LFP) Determinants of Behavioral Variability in a Dual-Solution T-Maze
405.6.34ChristinaLebonvilleUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel HillRole of the hippocampus in context-heroin conditioned immune suppression.
405.6.35MichaelRuppUniversity of California, RiversideSubsequent Recollection Network Activity is Associated with Successful Subsequent Mnemonic Discrimination
405.6.36OdedBeinNew York UniversityMnemonic prediction errors bias CA1 connectivity towards entorhinal cortex and away from CA3
405.6.37LaylaDangSt. Olaf CollegeAge-Related Effect of Dopamine Gene on Feedback-based Sequence learning
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503.6.1AlessandraCadete MartiniUniversity of California, IrvineThe impact of endocytic protein Tom1 on Alzheimer's disease.
503.6.2PaolaColucciSapienza University of Rome, ItalyEffects of different post-encoding stress intensities on short-term recognition memory in rats: The endocannabinoid buffering
503.6.3EmilyCowanNew York UniversityReorganization of memory representations and functional connectivity with sleep
503.6.4ManaEhlersUniversity of British ColumbiaAdaptation and noradrenergic genetic variations influence emotional categorization
503.6.5BartHartogsveldtMaastricht UniversityAcute stress decreases later performance on instrumental learning, but its effects on habitual learning are not set in stone
503.6.6GordonFeldUniversity College LondonElectrical synapses enable sleep-dependent declarative memory consolidation
503.6.7SamanthaAudrainUniversity of TorontoIndividual differences in resting-state memory network connectivity predicts memory decline after temporal lobe resection
503.6.8BenjaminGriffithsUniversity of BirminghamHippocampal theta/gamma synchronisation and neocortical alpha/beta desynchronisation are co-dependent during episodic memory formation and retrieval
503.6.9NicholasDiamondUniversity of Toronto and Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Health SciencesFine-grained spatiotemporal context memory for a real-world museum exhibit two years later
503.6.10LiqiTongUniversity of California, IrvineCeramide signal transduction pathways mediate IL-1β-induced impairment of synaptic plasticity
503.6.11LauraShelleyUniversity of California, San DiegoSpatial fragmentation: Posterior parietal cortex and hippocampal mapping of subspaces
503.6.12JacobOlsonMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySubiculum Axis Neurons Exhibit Well-Defined Phase/Space Firing Fields
503.6.13RachelClarkUniversity of IowaCardiorespiratory fitness positively predicts episodic learning rate in older adults
503.6.14AdamCregoDartmouth CollegeIdentifying a causal role for vigor and habit within the dorsolateral striatum
503.6.15JessicaRosaUniversity of São Paulo-USPAcute stress impairs the extinction of conditioned fear memory: Participation of glucocorticoid receptors in the prefrontal cortexÊ
503.6.16SvenjaTreuCentre for Biomedical Technology, UPMSpatial memory improvement by deep-brain stimulation of the nucleus accumbens
503.6.17ManuelPulido-AzpirozPenn State UniversityWhen language learning is also about native language regulation: Training native language inhibition improves learning of L2 word combinations
503.6.18AnnaGerlicherJohannes Gutenberg University, Medical Center MainzDopaminergic enhancement of extinction memory consolidation in a human fMRI study
503.6.19BrittneyCoxUniversity California IrvineHippocampal subregions responsible for the different components of episodic memory
503.6.20ArashSadriTehran University of Medical SciencesEnhancing the memory-enhancing effect of memantine by applying a novel administration regime in scopolamine-induced memory impairment model in mice.
503.6.21SehamAlaiyedGeorgetown University Medical CenterNoradrenergic signaling enhances matrix metalloproteinases release; relevance to antidepressant efficacy
503.6.22VishnuSreekumarNational Institutes of Health (NIH)Neural context drift drives temporal effects at multiple scales in associative memory performance
503.6.23RafaelRoeslerFederal University of Rio Grande do SulEstrogen receptor alpha regulates the consolidation of memory for inhibitory avoidance
503.6.24SalmanQasimColumbia UniversitySingle-unit activity modulated by both space and memory in the human medial temporal lobe|
503.6.25StephanieGrellaBoston UniversityReactivating hippocampus-mediated memories to disrupt the reconsolidation of fear.
503.6.26SanjayNarasiwodeyarFlorida International UniversityThe Role of Hippocampal Field CA1 in Controlling Memory Specificity: A Neurocomputational Model
503.6.27HoniSandersMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyHippocampal Remapping as Learned Clustering of Experience
503.6.28AlesiaPrakapenkaArizona State UniversityHormone therapy and cognition in a model of surgical menopause: estrogen and progestogen components can enhance individually but impair when combined
503.6.29Pin-ChunChenUniversity of California IrvineA Daytime Nap Facilitates Working Memory Training in Young and Older Adults.|
503.6.30CliveRosenthalUniversity of OxfordNetwork topology and functional connectivity in CA3-mediated autobiographical episodic amnesia
503.6.31BombiLeeKyung Hee UniversityMelatonin ameliorates cognitive deficits and alterations in hippocampal CREB and proinflammatory in a rat model of post-traumatic stress disorder
503.6.32Marliekevan KesterenVU University AmsterdamIntegrating memories: How congruency and reactivation aid memory integration
503.6.33AndreyTsvetkovThe University of Texas McGovern Medical School at Houston The G-quadruplex DNA stabilizing drug pyridonstatin downregulates transcription of Brca1 in neurons
503.6.35Jessie L.YarosUniversity of California, IrvineMnemonic Discrimination for Faces: A Potential Mechanism for the Other-Race Effect
503.6.36AmandaMcQuadeUniversity of California, IrvineUsing iPSC-derived microglia to examine the role of MS4A genes in Alzheimer's disease
503.6.37ChengWangJohns Hopkins UniversityInfluence of objects on egocentric bearing tuning in lateral entorhinal cortex
503.6.38XiaojingChenJohns Hopkins UniversityEgocentric bearing selectivity in lateral entorhinal cortex
503.6.39CoryInmanEmory UniversityTuning direct electrical amygdala stimulation parameters for declarative memory enhancement in humans
503.6.40JamesAntonyPrinceton UniversityEvidence for a "reactivation blink" between human sleep spindles