All Relations between navigation and hippocampus

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Jason J Moore, Jesse D Cushman, Lavanya Acharya, Briana Popeney, Mayank R Meht. Linking hippocampal multiplexed tuning, Hebbian plasticity and navigation. Nature vol 599 issue 7885 2022 34671157 Three major pillars of hippocampal function are spatial navigation 2022-01-07 2022-01-09 Not clear
Sebi V Rolotti, Mohsin S Ahmed, Miklos Szoboszlay, Tristan Geiller, Adrian Negrean, Heike Blockus, Kevin C Gonzalez, Fraser T Sparks, Ana Sofia Solis Canales, Anna L Tuttman, Darcy S Peterka, Boris V Zemelman, Franck Polleux, Attila Losoncz. Local feedback inhibition tightly controls rapid formation of hippocampal place fields. Neuron vol issue 2022 34990571 Hippocampal place cells underlie spatial navigation and memory. 2022-01-06 2022-01-09 mouse
Dun Mao, Eric Avila, Baptiste Caziot, Jean Laurens, J David Dickman, Dora E Angelak. Spatial modulation of hippocampal activity in freely moving macaques. Neuron vol 109 issue 21 2021 34644546 The hippocampal formation is linked to spatial navigation, but there is little corroboration from freely moving primates with concurrent monitoring of head and gaze stances. 2021-12-22 2022-01-08 monkey
Matthew J Sodoma, Rachel C Cole, Taylor J Sloan, Chase M Hamilton, James D Kent, Vincent A Magnotta, Michelle W Vos. Hippocampal acidity and volume are differentially associated with spatial navigation in older adults. NeuroImage vol 245 issue 2021 34728245 Hippocampal acidity and volume are differentially associated with spatial navigation in older adults. 2021-12-11 2022-01-08 Not clear
Matthew J Sodoma, Rachel C Cole, Taylor J Sloan, Chase M Hamilton, James D Kent, Vincent A Magnotta, Michelle W Vos. Hippocampal acidity and volume are differentially associated with spatial navigation in older adults. NeuroImage vol 245 issue 2021 34728245 While there is evidence that wayfinding navigation tasks are especially sensitive to preclinical hippocampal deterioration, these studies have primarily used volumetric hippocampal imaging without considering microstructural properties or anatomical variation within the hippocampus. 2021-12-11 2022-01-08 Not clear
Matthew J Sodoma, Rachel C Cole, Taylor J Sloan, Chase M Hamilton, James D Kent, Vincent A Magnotta, Michelle W Vos. Hippocampal acidity and volume are differentially associated with spatial navigation in older adults. NeuroImage vol 245 issue 2021 34728245 For the first time, we investigate how measures of wayfinding including landmark location learning and delayed memory in cognitively normal older adults (N\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa084) relate to both hippocampal volume and T1\xcf\x81 in the anterior and posterior hippocampus. 2021-12-11 2022-01-08 Not clear
Matthew J Sodoma, Rachel C Cole, Taylor J Sloan, Chase M Hamilton, James D Kent, Vincent A Magnotta, Michelle W Vos. Hippocampal acidity and volume are differentially associated with spatial navigation in older adults. NeuroImage vol 245 issue 2021 34728245 Regression analyses revealed hippocampal volume was bilaterally related to learning, while right lateralized T1\xcf\x81 was related to delayed landmark location memory and bilateral T1\xcf\x81 was related to the delayed use of a cognitive map. 2021-12-11 2022-01-08 Not clear
Matthew J Sodoma, Rachel C Cole, Taylor J Sloan, Chase M Hamilton, James D Kent, Vincent A Magnotta, Michelle W Vos. Hippocampal acidity and volume are differentially associated with spatial navigation in older adults. NeuroImage vol 245 issue 2021 34728245 Overall, results suggest hippocampal volume and T1\xcf\x81 relaxation rate tap into distinct mechanisms involved in preclinical cognitive decline as assessed by wayfinding navigation, and laterality influenced these relationships more than the anterior-posterior longitudinal axis of the hippocampus. 2021-12-11 2022-01-08 Not clear
Alexandra T Keinath, Ohad Rechnitz, Vijay Balasubramanian, Russell A Epstei. Environmental deformations dynamically shift human spatial memory. Hippocampus vol 31 issue 1 2021 32941670 Place and grid cells in the hippocampal formation are commonly thought to support a unified and coherent cognitive map of space. 2021-12-10 2022-01-08 human
Neil C Dodge, Kevin G F Thomas, Ernesta M Meintjes, Christopher D Molteno, Joseph L Jacobson, Sandra W Jacobso. Reduced Hippocampal Volumes Partially Mediate Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure on Spatial Navigation on a Virtual Water Maze Task in Children. Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research vol 44 issue 4 2021 32196695 Reduced Hippocampal Volumes Partially Mediate Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure on Spatial Navigation on a Virtual Water Maze Task in Children. 2021-12-06 2022-01-08 Not clear
Neil C Dodge, Kevin G F Thomas, Ernesta M Meintjes, Christopher D Molteno, Joseph L Jacobson, Sandra W Jacobso. Reduced Hippocampal Volumes Partially Mediate Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure on Spatial Navigation on a Virtual Water Maze Task in Children. Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research vol 44 issue 4 2021 32196695 Prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) has been linked to poorer performance on the Morris water maze (MWM), a test of spatial navigation in rodents that is dependent on hippocampal functioning. 2021-12-06 2022-01-08 Not clear
Michael D Adoff, Jason R Climer, Heydar Davoudi, Jonathan S Marvin, Loren L Looger, Daniel A Dombec. The functional organization of excitatory synaptic input to place cells. Nature communications vol 12 issue 1 2021 34117238 Hippocampal place cells contribute to mammalian spatial navigation and memory formation. 2021-06-30 2022-01-08 mouse
D J Foster, R G Morris, P Daya. A model of hippocampally dependent navigation, using the temporal difference learning rule. Hippocampus vol 10 issue 1 2000 10706212 This paper presents a model of how hippocampal place cells might be used for spatial navigation in two watermaze tasks: the standard reference memory task and a delayed matching-to-place task. 2000-04-11 2022-01-08 rat
H Maaswinkel, L E Jarrard, I Q Whisha. Hippocampectomized rats are impaired in homing by path integration. Hippocampus vol 9 issue 5 1999 10560926 Theoretical, behavioral, and electrophysiologic evidence suggests that the hippocampal formation may play a role in path integration, a form of spatial navigation in which an animal can return to a starting point by integrating self-movement cues generated on its outward journey. 1999-12-02 2022-01-08 rat
P J Best, A M Whit. Placing hippocampal single-unit studies in a historical context. Hippocampus vol 9 issue 4 1999 10495017 That discovery spawned a comprehensive theory of hippocampal function that was elucidated in the publication, The Hippocampus as a Cognitive Map by O'Keefe and Nadel in 1978. 1999-11-24 2022-01-08 Not clear
J O'Keef. Do hippocampal pyramidal cells signal non-spatial as well as spatial information? Hippocampus vol 9 issue 4 1999 10495018 It is concluded that, contrary to the claims of its detractors, the cognitive map theory is still the theory of hippocampal function that is most clearly specified, makes the most testable predictions, and for which there is the strongest experimental support. 1999-11-24 2022-01-08 Not clear
P Riekkinen, S Ikonen, J Aura, M Riekkine. Tetrahydroaminoacridine and D-cycloserine fail to alleviate the water maze spatial navigation defect induced by hippocampal inactivation. European journal of pharmacology vol 366 issue 1 1999 10064146 Tetrahydroaminoacridine and D-cycloserine fail to alleviate the water maze spatial navigation defect induced by hippocampal inactivation. 1999-04-14 2022-01-08 rat
M Engelmann, R Landgraf, P L\\xc3\\xb6rscher, C Conzelmann, J C Probst, F Holsboer, J M Reu. Downregulation of brain mineralocorticoid and glucocorticoid receptor by antisense oligodeoxynucleotide treatment fails to alter spatial navigation in rats. European journal of pharmacology vol 361 issue 1 1999 9851537 These data indicate that a reduction of hippocampal mineralocorticoid receptor or glucocorticoid receptor binding capacity by 20-30% does not interfere with spatial navigation. 1999-03-04 2022-01-08 rat
H van Praag, P M Qu, R C Elliott, H Wu, C F Dreyfus, I B Blac. Unilateral hippocampal lesions in newborn and adult rats: effects on spatial memory and BDNF gene expression. Behavioural brain research vol 92 issue 1 1998 9588682 Exploratory behavior and spatial navigation in the Morris water maze (MWM) were assessed 8 and 20 weeks after hippocampal damage. 1998-06-26 2022-01-08 rat
I Q Whisha. Spatial mapping takes time. Hippocampus vol 8 issue 2 1998 9572718 The study examines this question by exploiting the expected behavioral differences of control rats and rats with hippocampal formation damage induced with fimbria-fornix (FF) lesions on a spatial navigation task. 1998-06-08 2022-01-08 rat
I Q Whishaw, H Maaswinke. Rats with fimbria-fornix lesions are impaired in path integration: a role for the hippocampus in \"sense of direction\". The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 18 issue 8 1998 9526022 Because contemporary research on spatial navigation suggests that some aspects of spatial navigation depend on the integrity of the hippocampal formation, whereas others do not, the present study examined whether dead-reckoning is hippocampally dependent. 1998-04-20 2022-01-08 rat
M B Andersen, J Zimmer, F Sams-Dod. Postischemic hyperactivity in the Mongolian gerbil correlates with loss of hippocampal neurons. Behavioral neuroscience vol 111 issue 6 1998 9438790 In this study the correlation between postischemic hyperactivity and neuron loss in several hippocampal subfields was investigated, and the theory that the hyperactivity is due to a reduced ability for spatial navigation was evaluated. 1998-03-20 2022-01-08 Not clear
D M Compton, H R Griffith, W F McDaniel, R A Foster, B K Davi. The flexible use of multiple cue relationships in spatial navigation: a comparison of water maze performance following hippocampal, medial septal, prefrontal cortex, or posterior parietal cortex lesions. Neurobiology of learning and memory vol 68 issue 2 1997 9322255 The flexible use of multiple cue relationships in spatial navigation: a comparison of water maze performance following hippocampal, medial septal, prefrontal cortex, or posterior parietal cortex lesions. 1997-11-20 2022-01-08 rat
M G Oliveira, O F Bueno, A C Pomarico, E B Guglian. Strategies used by hippocampal- and caudate-putamen-lesioned rats in a learning task. Neurobiology of learning and memory vol 68 issue 1 1997 9195587 In rats, hippocampal lesions result in impairment of spatial navigation, although other learning abilities remain unaltered. 1997-10-02 2022-01-08 rat
M Riekkinen, P Riekkine. Dorsal hippocampal muscarinic acetylcholine and NMDA receptors disrupt water maze navigation. Neuroreport vol 8 issue 3 1997 9106739 The present study investigated the effects of bilateral dorsal hippocampal infusions with muscarinic acetylcholine (scopolamine; 3 and 10 micrograms per hemisphere) and N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) (CPP; 0.01 and 0.03 microgram per hemisphere) antagonists on acquisition (drug delivered before daily training), consolidation (drug delivered after daily training) and retrieval (drug delivered only before spatial bias test) performance in a water maze (WM) spatial navigation test. 1997-07-03 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Riekkinen, P Riekkine. Dorsal hippocampal muscarinic acetylcholine and NMDA receptors disrupt water maze navigation. Neuroreport vol 8 issue 3 1997 9106739 The present data indicate that dorsal hippocampal NMDA and muscarinic acetylcholine receptors are important for spatial navigation behaviour. 1997-07-03 2022-01-07 Not clear
B S McEwen, S E Alves, K Bulloch, N G Weilan. Ovarian steroids and the brain: implications for cognition and aging. Neurology vol 48 issue 5 Suppl 7 1997 9153161 Second, there are developmentally programmed sex differences in the hippocampal structure that mat help explain why male and female rats use different strategies to solve spatial navigation problems. 1997-06-09 2022-01-08 rat
B D Devan, E H Goad, H L Petr. Dissociation of hippocampal and striatal contributions to spatial navigation in the water maze. Neurobiology of learning and memory vol 66 issue 3 1997 8946424 Dissociation of hippocampal and striatal contributions to spatial navigation in the water maze. 1997-03-14 2022-01-07 rat
R U Muller, J B Ranck, J S Taub. Head direction cells: properties and functional significance. Current opinion in neurobiology vol 6 issue 2 1996 8725961 Our opinion is that the hippocampal positional system acts as a cognitive map and that the role of the directional system is to put the map into register with the environment. 1996-12-16 2022-01-07 rat
R U Muller, M Stead, J Pac. The hippocampus as a cognitive graph. The Journal of general physiology vol 107 issue 6 1996 8783070 We argue that the ability to solve such problems qualifies the proposed hippocampal object as a cognitive map. 1996-12-09 2022-01-07 Not clear
D B Matthews, P E Simson, P J Bes. Ethanol alters spatial processing of hippocampal place cells: a mechanism for impaired navigation when intoxicated. Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research vol 20 issue 2 1996 8730237 Since lesions to hippocampal afferents that alter spatial processing of place cells concomitantly impair spatial navigation, the present results suggest that ethanol similarly impairs spatial navigation by altering spatial processing of place cells. 1996-10-02 2022-01-07 Not clear
E T Rolls, S M O'Mar. View-responsive neurons in the primate hippocampal complex. Hippocampus vol 5 issue 5 1996 8773254 The representations of space provided by hippocampal view-responsive neurons may be useful in forming memories of spatial environments (for example, of where an object has been seen and of where the monkey is as defined by seen views) and, together with whole-body motion cells, in remembering trajectories through environments, which is of use, for example, in short range spatial navigation. 1996-09-27 2022-01-07 Not clear
B S McEwen, E Gould, M Orchinik, N G Weiland, C S Woolle. Oestrogens and the structural and functional plasticity of neurons: implications for memory, ageing and neurodegenerative processes. Ciba Foundation symposium vol 191 issue 1996 8582205 Formation of new excitatory synapses is induced by oestradiol and involves N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors; removal of these synapses involves intracellular progestin receptors; (3) sex differences in hippocampal structure, which may help to explain differences in the strategies that male and female rats use to solve spatial navigation problems. 1996-03-20 2022-01-07 rat
I Q Whishaw, J C Cassel, L E Jarra. Rats with fimbria-fornix lesions display a place response in a swimming pool: a dissociation between getting there and knowing where. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 15 issue 8 1995 7643218 Some theories of hippocampal formation function postulate that it is involved in using the relationships between distal cues for spatial navigation. 1995-09-20 2022-01-07 rat
D Hu, A Amse. A simple test of the vicarious trial-and-error hypothesis of hippocampal function. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 92 issue 12 1995 7777539 Recently, VTE was proposed as a mechanism alternative to the concept of "cognitive map" in accounts of hippocampal function. 1995-07-12 2022-01-07 rat
H M Marston, B J Everitt, T W Robbin. Comparative effects of excitotoxic lesions of the hippocampus and septum/diagonal band on conditional visual discrimination and spatial learning. Neuropsychologia vol 31 issue 10 1994 8290024 Neither lesion affected simple visual or spatial discrimination or reversal learning, also carried out in operant chambers, but both significantly impaired the acquisition and retention of a spatial navigation task (Morris water maze), with the septal/VDB lesions again producing greater deficits than the hippocampal lesions. 1994-02-24 2022-01-07 Not clear
J O'Keef. An allocentric spatial model for the hippocampal cognitive map. Hippocampus vol 1 issue 3 1993 1669295 An allocentric spatial model for the hippocampal cognitive map. 1993-12-30 2022-01-07 Not clear
D L Korol, T W Abel, L T Church, C A Barnes, B L McNaughto. Hippocampal synaptic enhancement and spatial learning in the Morris swim task. Hippocampus vol 3 issue 2 1993 8353599 The authors attempted to replicate the study of Castro, Silbert, McNaughton, and Barnes (1989) in which it was concluded that bilateral saturation of hippocampal synaptic enhancement produced a deficit in acquisition of a spatial navigation problem in the Morris swim task. 1993-09-23 2022-01-07 Not clear
A Amse. Hippocampal function in the rat: cognitive mapping or vicarious trial and error? Hippocampus vol 3 issue 3 1993 8353608 The most prominent hypothesis of hippocampal function likens the hippocampus to a "cognitive map," a term used by a famous learning theorist, E. C. Tolman, to explain maze learning. 1993-09-22 2022-01-07 Not clear
A Amse. Hippocampal function in the rat: cognitive mapping or vicarious trial and error? Hippocampus vol 3 issue 3 1993 8353608 In a recent Hippocampus Forum, evidence for the cognitive map hypothesis was reviewed in a lead article by Nadel, followed by a series of commentaries by leading investigators of hippocampal function. 1993-09-22 2022-01-07 Not clear
C A Netto, H Hodges, J D Sinden, E Le Peillet, T Kershaw, P Sowinski, B S Meldrum, J A Gra. Effects of fetal hippocampal field grafts on ischaemic-induced deficits in spatial navigation in the water maze. Neuroscience vol 54 issue 1 1993 8515847 Effects of fetal hippocampal field grafts on ischaemic-induced deficits in spatial navigation in the water maze. 1993-07-20 2022-01-07 rat
N McNaughton, R G Morri. Buspirone produces a dose-related impairment in spatial navigation. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior vol 43 issue 1 1992 1409800 Buspirone affects hippocampal electrophysiology in a similar fashion to classical anxiolytics and so we predicted it would have similar effects on spatial navigation. 1992-11-02 2022-01-07 rat
N McNaughton, R G Morri. Buspirone produces a dose-related impairment in spatial navigation. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior vol 43 issue 1 1992 1409800 This finding demonstrates that the effects of anxiolytics on spatial navigation are not due to their side effects and supports the view that changes in hippocampal function may underlie some components of clinical anxiolytic action. 1992-11-02 2022-01-07 rat
M S Oitzl, E R de Kloe. Selective corticosteroid antagonists modulate specific aspects of spatial orientation learning. Behavioral neuroscience vol 106 issue 1 1992 1313244 Spatial navigation is considered to be a sensitive measure for hippocampal functioning. 1992-05-04 2022-01-07 rat
M J Wes. Stereological studies of the hippocampus: a comparison of the hippocampal subdivisions of diverse species including hedgehogs, laboratory rodents, wild mice and men. Progress in brain research vol 83 issue 1990 2203095 The inter-species differences are discussed in terms of neuron number and size, for which data are presented from two species, and with reference to a neural model of the cognitive map theory for hippocampal function. 1990-09-28 2022-01-07 mouse
J O'Keef. A computational theory of the hippocampal cognitive map. Progress in brain research vol 83 issue 1990 2203101 A computational theory of the hippocampal cognitive map. 1990-09-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
J O'Keef. A computational theory of the hippocampal cognitive map. Progress in brain research vol 83 issue 1990 2203101 Evidence from single unit and lesion studies suggests that the hippocampal formation acts as a spatial or cognitive map (O'Keefe and Nadel, 1978). 1990-09-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
S I Wiener, C A Paul, H Eichenbau. Spatial and behavioral correlates of hippocampal neuronal activity. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 9 issue 8 1989 2769364 The firing rate of hippocampal neurons in rats was related both to spatial location and to multiple behavioral variables as rats performed 2 kinds of tasks that rely on hippocampal function: a spatial navigation task similar in performance demands to the radial-arm maze task and a simultaneous cue odor-discrimination task. 1989-09-22 2022-01-07 rat
T Leis, V Pallage, G Toniolo, B Wil. Working memory theory of hippocampal function needs qualification. Behavioral and neural biology vol 42 issue 2 1985 6525142 To compare the predictive value of "cognitive map" and "working memory" theories of hippocampal function, the performance of rats with dorsal hippocampal lesions was compared to that of control rats in a series of experiments. 1985-02-27 2022-01-07 rat
L E Jarrar. Selective hippocampal lesions and behavior: effects of kainic acid lesions on performance of place and cue tasks. Behavioral neuroscience vol 97 issue 6 1984 6651962 These results fail to support either the cognitive map or the working memory theory of hippocampal function. 1984-02-14 2022-01-07 rat
G Winocu. Radial-arm-maze behavior by rats with dorsal hippocampal lesions: effect of cuing. Journal of comparative and physiological psychology vol 96 issue 2 1982 7068982 The results were interpreted as reflecting hippocampal involvement in mediating spatial cues but not necessarily along the lines predicted by cognitive map theory. 1982-06-21 2022-01-07 rat
J O'Keefe, A H Blac. Single unit and lesion experiments on the sensory inputs to the hippocampal cognitive map. Ciba Foundation symposium vol issue 58 1979 252440 Single unit and lesion experiments on the sensory inputs to the hippocampal cognitive map. 1979-03-13 2022-01-07 rat
J O'Keefe, A H Blac. Single unit and lesion experiments on the sensory inputs to the hippocampal cognitive map. Ciba Foundation symposium vol issue 58 1979 252440 The hippocampal cognitive map theory states that the hippocampus calculates the animal's location in an environment and also the locations of objects such as rewards and threats. 1979-03-13 2022-01-07 rat
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