Hippocampal Place Fields
Relevance to learning and memory
Edited by Sheri J. Y. Mizumori
Table of Contents
Historical Perspective: Place cells in Ann Arbor and Brooklyn
Part I. Place Cells and Spatial Context
1: The hippocampus and context revisited
2: A context for hippocampal place cells during learning
3: Context-dependent firing of hippocampal place cells: does it underlie memory?
4: The place cells - cognitive map or memory system?
5: Context-specific versus context-invariant spatial coding in the hippocampal formation: Implications for episodic memory
6: The roles of hippocampal subfields in processing spatial contexts of events: Neurophysiological and behavioral analyses
7: Plasticity, attention, and the stabilization of hippocampal representations
8: What do place cells tell us about learning to associate and learning to segregate?
9: Do place cells guide spatial behaviors?
10: Place cells identify hippocampus with location-specific construction of mental images
11: Hippocampal neuronal activity and memory: Should we still be talking about place cells?
Part II: Primate Hippocampus and Place Representation
12: Place-differential neural responses in the monkey hippocampal formation during real and virtual navigation
13: Spatial view cells in the primate hippocampus, and memory
14: Learning, memory, and the monkey hippocampus
Part III. Neural Systems Perspective on Significance of Place Fields
15: Entorhinal grid cells and the neural basis of navigation
16: Neocortical influences on hippocampal place cells
17: Spatial learning and the selectivity of hippocampal place fields: Modulation of by dopamine
18: Spatial decisions and neuronal activity in hippocampal projection zones in prefrontal cortex and striatum
Part IV. Theoretical Significance of Place Fields
19: Hippocampal theta rhythm and memory-guided behavior
20: Network analysis of the significance of hippocampal subfields
21: Storage of the distance between place cell firing fields in the strength of plastic synapses with a novel learning rule
Part V. Place Fields and Age-Related Changes in Memory
22: Hippocampal place cells as a window into age-related memory impairments
23: Aging ensembles: circuit contributions to memory deficits