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Symposium S12 - Session 063 - Sunday 13/07/2008, 14:15-15:45
Room Mont-Blanc
Entorhinal grid cells, navigation & memory.

Chaired by: Hafting T. (Trondheim, Norway)

063.1. Symposium S12-1. Sun 13/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 14:20) - Room Mont-Blanc
Jeffery K., Hayman R. & Verriotis M.
UCL, London, United Kingdom
- WHAT CAN PLACE AND GRID CELLS TELL US ABOUT THE METRIC STRUCTURE OF THE COGNITIVE MAP?

063.2. Symposium S12-2. Sun 13/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 14:40) - Room Mont-Blanc
Fyhn M.
Kavli Inst. for Systems Neurosci, Centre for Biol of Memory, Trondheim, Norway
- ENSEMBLE CODING IN ENTORHINAL CORTEX AND HIPPOCAMPUS.

063.3. Symposium S12-3. Sun 13/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 15:00) - Room Mont-Blanc
Giocomo L. M.
Boston University, Boston, USA
- DIFFERENCES IN SUBTHRESHOLD OSCILLATIONS OF STELLATE CELLS MAP TO DIFFERENCES IN PERIODICITY OF GRID CELLS.

063.4. Symposium S12-4. Sun 13/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 15:20) - Room Mont-Blanc
Blair H. T. (1) & Zhang K. (2)
(1) UCLA, Los Angeles Ca, USA; (2) Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore Md, USA
- SUBCORTICAL PATH INTEGRATION NETWORKS: ORIGIN OF THE GRID CELL SIGNAL?


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