Friday Paper Post – Wednesday December 4th 2013

Still playing catch up.

I know everyone is eager for more papers.

1) Neural Activity in Human Hippocampal Formation Reveals the Spatial Context of Retrieved Memories Jonathan F. Miller, Markus Neufang, Alec Solway, Armin Brandt, Michael Trippel, Irina Mader, Stefan Hefft, Max Merkow, Sean M. Polyn, Joshua Jacobs, Michael J. Kahana, Andreas Schulze-Bonhage ; Science 2013 (link)

2) Prefrontal parvalbumin interneurons shape neuronal activity to drive fear expression Julien Courtin, Fabrice Chaudun, Robert R. Rozeske, Nikolaos Karalis, Cecilia Gonzalez-Campo, Helene Wurtz, Azzedine Abdi, Jerome Baufreton, Thomas C. M. Bienvenu & Cyril Herry; Nature 2013 (link)

3) Prefrontal entrainment of amygdala activity signals safety in learned fear and innate anxiety Ekaterina Likhtik, Joseph M Stujenske, Mihir A Topiwala, Alexander Z Harris & Joshua A Gordon ; Nature Neuroscience 2013 (link)

4) Distal connectivity causes summation and division across mouse visual cortex Tatsuo K Sato, Michael Häusser & Matteo Carandini ; Nature Neuroscience 2013 (link)

5) Memory recall and modifications by activating neurons with elevated CREB Jieun Kim, Jeong-Tae Kwon, Hyung-Su Kim, Sheena A Josselyn & Jin-Hee Han ; Nature Neuroscience 2013 (link)

6)  Attentional Modulation of Cell-Class-Specific Gamma-Band Synchronization in Awake Monkey Area V4 Martin Vinck, Thilo Womelsdorf, Elizabeth A. Buffalo, Robert Desimone, and Pascal Fries ; Neuron 2013 (link)

7) Dynamic Interactions Mediated by Nonredundant Signaling Mechanisms Couple Circadian Clock Neurons Jennifer A. Evans, Tanya L. Leise, Oscar Castanon-Cervantes, and Alec J. Davidson ; Neuron 2013 (link)

8) Diminished FoxP2 Levels Affect Dopaminergic Modulation of Corticostriatal Signaling Important to Song Variability Malavika Murugan, Stephen Harward, Constance Scharff, and Richard Mooney ; Neuron 2013 (link)

9) Odor Discrimination Requires Proper Olfactory Fast Oscillations in Awake Mice Gabriel Lepousez and Pierre-Marie Lledo ; Neuron 2013 (link)

10) Optogenetic Activation of an Inhibitory Network Enhances Feedforward Functional Connectivity in Auditory Cortex Liberty S. Hamilton, Jascha Sohl-Dickstein, Alexander G. Huth, Vanessa M. Carels, Karl Deisseroth, and Shaowen Bao ; Neuron 2013 (link)

11) Dissecting Local Circuits: Parvalbumin Interneurons Underlie Broad Feedback Control of Olfactory Bulb Output Kazunari Miyamichi, Yael Shlomai-Fuchs, Marvin Shu, Brandon C. Weissbourd, Liqun Luo, and Adi Mizrahi ; Neuron 2013 (link)

12) Parvalbumin-Expressing Interneurons Linearly Control Olfactory Bulb Output Hiroyuki K. Kato, Shea N. Gillet, Andrew J. Peters, Jeffry S. Isaacson, and Takaki Komiyama ; Neuron 2013 (link)

13) Fear Extinction Causes Target-Specific Remodeling of Perisomatic Inhibitory Synapses Stephanie Trouche, Jennifer M. Sasaki, Tiffany Tu, and Leon G. Reijmers ; Neuron 2013 (link)

14) A Unique Population of Ventral Tegmental Area Neurons Inhibits the Lateral Habenula to Promote Reward Alice M. Stamatakis, Joshua H. Jennings, Randall L. Ung, Grace A. Blair, Richard J. Weinberg, Rachael L. Neve, Frederick Boyce, Joanna Mattis, Charu Ramakrishnan, Karl Deisseroth, and Garret D. Stuber ; Neuron 2013 (link)

15) Dissociable Effects of Dopamine and Serotonin on Reversal Learning Hanneke E.M. den Ouden,Nathaniel D. Daw, Guillen Fernandez, Joris A. Elshout, Mark Rijpkema, Martine Hoogman, Barbara Franke, and Roshan Cools ; Neuron 2013 (link)

16) An Optimal Decision Population Code that Accounts for Correlated Variability Unambiguously Predicts a Subject’s Choice Federico Carnevale, Victor de Lafuente, Ranulfo Romo, and Nestor Parga ; Neuron 2013 (link)

17) Long-term depression triggers the selective elimination of weakly integrated synapses J. Simon Wiegert and Thomas G. Oertner ; PNAS 2013 (link)

18) Implantable fiber-optic interface for parallel multisite long-term optical dynamic brain interrogation in freely moving mice L. V. Doronina-Amitonova, I. V. Fedotov, O. I. Ivashkina, M. A. Zots, A. B. Fedotov, K. V. Anokhin & A. M. Zheltikov ; Scientific Reports 2013 (link)

19) Tapered whiskers are required for active tactile sensation Samuel Andrew Hires, Lorenz Pammer, Karel Svoboda, David Golomb ; eLife 2013 (link)

20) The haves and the have nots Eve Marder ; eLife 2013 (link)

21) Reflections on agranular architecture: predictive coding in the motor cortex Stewart Shipp, Rick A. Adams, and Karl J. Friston ; Trends in Neurosciences 2013 (link)

22) Electrical engram: how deep brain stimulation affects memory Hweeling Lee, Jurgen Fell, and Nikolai Axmacher ; Trends in Cognitive Sciences 2013 (link)

23) How we forget may depend on how we remember Talya Sadeh, Jason D. Ozubko, Gordon Winocur, and Morris Moscovitch  ; Trends in Cognitive Sciences 2013 (link)

24) DataHigh: graphical user interface for visualizing and interacting with high-dimensional neural activity Benjamin R Cowley, Matthew T Kaufman, Zachary S Butler, Mark M Churchland, Stephen I Ryu, Krishna V Shenoy and Byron M Yu ; Journal of Neural Engineering 2013 (link)

25) Facilitation of memory encoding in primate hippocampus by a neuroprosthesis that promotes task-specific neural firing Robert E Hampson, Dong Song, Ioan Opris, Lucas M Santos, Dae C Shin, Greg A Gerhardt, Vasilis Z Marmarelis, Theodore W Berger and Sam A Deadwyler ; Journal of Neural Engineering 2013 (link)

26) Deciphering laminar- specific neural inputs with line-scanning fmri Xin Yu, Chunqi Qian, Der-yow Chen, Stephen J Dodd & Alan P Koretsky ; Nature Methods 2013 (link)

27) Points of View: Storytelling Martin Krzywinski & Alberto Cairo ; Nature Methods 2013 (link)

  • Should scientists tell stories? Editorial ; Nature Methods 2013 (link)
  • Against storytelling of scientific results Yarden Katz ; Nature Methods 2013 (link)
  • Reply to: “Against storytelling of scientific results” Martin Krzywinski & Alberto Cairo ; Nature Methods 2013 (link)

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