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About Centre for Neuroscience

Understanding the structure, function and development of the brain in health and disease represents a fascinating challenge. It requires studying the brain across different levels of organization using molecular, cellular, systems, cognitive and computational approaches.

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Recent Publications

Novel measures of Morris water maze performance that use vector field maps to assess accuracy, uncertainty, and intention of navigational searches
A new paradigm for investigating temporal order memory shows higher order associations are present in recent but not in remote retrieval
Distal CA1 Maintains a More Coherent Spatial Representation than Proximal CA1 When Local and Global Cues Conflict
A naturalistic environment to study visual cognition in unrestrained monkeys
Visual search for upright bigrams predicts reading fluency in children
An efficient sleep scoring method using visibility graph and temporal features of single-channel EEG
Neural mechanisms underlying the temporal control of sequential saccade planning in the frontal eye field.

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