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Open papers are individual short (10 minute) talks by faculty members.
All open paper presentations will take place on Friday, April 28, 2023 from 10:00-11:50 am.
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IDFirst NameLast NameInstitutionTalk Title of California, IrvineDeletion of Neurexin-2 in excitatory neurons leads to spontaneous seizures and autism-like phenotype of Duisburg-Essen, GermanyHarnessing associative learning paradigms to optimize drug treatment International UniversityReuniens transiently synchronizes memory networks at beta frequencies of Connecticut School of MedicineFunctional and developmental diversity of hippocampal circuits supports contextual memory discrimination University Hospital, InriaOvercoming associative memory deficits through the fast mapping paradigm: evidence from healthy older adults and developmental amnesia de La Laguna, SpainLocalizing hippocampal subfield activity in a narrative task of California, IrvineIndividual differences in human navigation ability: Interactions between brain structure and function of GuelphAn essential role for cholinergic transmission in destabilization of object and spatial memories in young and old mice UniversityA rapid theta network mechanism for flexible information encoding Univ. Nijmegen Cortical dynamics and two-way cortico-hippocampal interactions University and Institute of Sports Medicine Copenhagen, Bispebjerg University HospitalThe influence of lesion load on dopaminergic plasticity and improved learning following physical exercise in older people Hospital/ University of TorontoContribution of white matter plasticity to forgetting of CambridgeFormal mechanisms that underly recall of goal-relevant information Ohio State University and The Research Institute at NCHGlobal and non-global slow oscillations differentiate in their depth profiles University of NewfoundlandEngrams of second-order fear conditioning HamburgMechanisms of memory transformation over time University of ArizonaImpaired remote and recent experience-near general semantic knowledge in individuals with medial temporal lobe amnesia RoseAddisRotman Research InstituteA history of major depressive disorder is associated with increased specificity of past autobiographical thoughts UniversityEmerging many-to-one weighted mapping in the hippocampus-amygdala circuitry underlies memory formation University of SydneyDissociating between semantic and spatial components of scene construction performance in semantic dementia MagendieSuccessful cognitive aging relies on healthy adult-born hippocampal neurons LeuvenThe idiosyncratic nature of how individuals perceive, represent, and remember their surroundings and its impact on learning-based generalization of California, IrvineWorking and episodic memory vie for limited resources during sleep AlonsoUniversity of California, IrvineComplementary mechanisms mediating synaptic AMPAR anchoring, and their role in forms of synaptic plasticity, learning and memory of Massachusetts, AmherstSleep-dependent memory consolidation and triphasic sleeping infants of California, San DiegoLocalized APP pathology in the hippocampus is sufficient to result in progressive disorganization of the timing of neuronal firing patterns for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences & University of Colorado BoulderHow imaginings shape our preferences: Computational and neural mechanisms of simulation-based learning of California, RiversidePrefrontal network dynamics guide learning to control fear LeuvenSubjective relief as a proxy for predictior error dynamics in avoidance learning University/VA Boston Healthcare SystemConsciousness as a memory system University of Health SciencesRevisiting the calpain hypothesis of learning and memory 40 years later of UtahHow the human brain segments continuous experience during real-world navigation and episodic memory formation University and Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center (CNVAMC)Sex differences in fear and anxiety-like behavior: anxioescapic phenotype in female rats of Maryland, College ParkThe medial temporal lobe supports the quality of visual short-term memory representation of California, IrvineSleep and physical health in undergraduate students: Differential associations with learning and memory in cerebellar- and hippocampus-dependent tasks? Research Institute and the University of TorontoThe role of inhibition in shaping hippocampal memory-encoding sequences UniversityThe representation of attended and unattended working memory items by single neurons in the human medial temporal lobe Brook UniversityCell type-specific nascent protein synthesis during memory consolidation of OregonMemory facilitation and interference when events overlap of YorkNeural mechanisms of memory suppression are critically dependent on sleep Kong Polytechnic UniversitySequentially reactivated memory representations during sleep support long-term associative memory of GenevaEmotion effects on memory for items, context and the subjective experience of recollection across development UniversityTextured memories: Psychometrics of recognition span for tactile and visual stimuli ChaiKwokDuke Kunshan UniversityBidirectional hippocampal-cortical ripple dialogue during narrative generation and retrieval University of Texas, McGovern Medical SchoolSpectral dynamics theta-oscillons in wake rats Institute of Neurological Disorders and StrokeSequences of neuronal spiking activity in the human anterior temporal lobe encode information used for memory formation and retrieval

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