Publications of Christian F. Doeller

Journal Article (82)

2012
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Doeller, C. F.; Barry, C.; Burgess, N.: From cells to systems: Grids and boundaries in spatial memory. The Neuroscientist 18 (6), pp. 556 - 566 (2012)
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Bunzeck, N.; Doeller, C. F.; Dolan, R. J.; Duzel, E.: Contextual interaction between novelty and reward processing within the mesolimbic system. Human Brain Mapping 33 (6), pp. 1309 - 1324 (2012)
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Kaplan, R.; Doeller, C. F.; Barnes, G. R.; Litvak, V.; Düzel, E.; Bandettini, P. A.; Burgess, N.: Movement-related theta rhythm in humans: Coordinating self-directed hippocampal learning. PLoS Biology 10 (2), e1001267 (2012)
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Lambrey, S.; Doeller, C. F.; Berthoz, A.; Burgess, N.: Imagining being somewhere else: Neural basis of changing perspective in space. Cerebral Cortex 22 (1), pp. 166 - 174 (2012)
2011
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Doeller, C. F.; Kaplan, R.: Parahippocampal cortex: translating vision into space. Current Biology 21 (15), pp. R589 - R591 (2011)
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Viard, A.; Doeller, C. F.; Hartley, T.; Bird, C. M.; Burgess, N.: Anterior hippocampus and goal-directed spatial decision making. The Journal of Neuroscience 31 (12), pp. 4613 - 4621 (2011)
2010
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Bird, C. M.; Capponi, C.; King, J. A.; Doeller, C. F.; Burgess, N.: Establishing the boundaries: the hippocampal contribution to imagining scenes. The Journal of Neuroscience 30 (35), pp. 11688 - 11695 (2010)
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Iglói, K.; Doeller, C. F.; Berthoz, A.; Rondi-Reig, L.; Burgess, N.: Lateralized human hippocampal activity predicts navigation based on sequence or place memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107 (32), pp. 14466 - 14471 (2010)
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Doeller, C. F.; Barry, C.; Burgess, N.: Evidence for grid cells in a human memory network. Nature 463 (7281), pp. 657 - 661 (2010)
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Barry, C.; Doeller, C. F.: Conjunctive representations in the hippocampus: What and where? The Journal of Neuroscience 30 (3), pp. 799 - 801 (2010)
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Bullens, J.; Nardini, M.; Doeller, C. F.; Braddick, O.; Postma, A.; Burgess, N.: The role of landmarks and boundaries in the development of spatial memory. Developmental Science 13 (1), pp. 170 - 180 (2010)
2009
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Bunzeck, N.; Doeller, C. F.; Fuentemilla, L.; Dolan, R. J.; Duzel, E.: Reward motivation accelerates the onset of neural novelty signals in humans to 85 milliseconds. Current Biology 19 (15), pp. 1294 - 1300 (2009)
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Trinkler, I.; King, J. A.; Doeller, C. F.; Rugg, M. D.; Burgess, N.: Neural bases of autobiographical support for episodic recollection of faces. Hippocampus 19 (8), pp. 718 - 730 (2009)
2008
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Doeller, C. F.; King, J. A.; Burgess, N.: Parallel striatal and hippocampal systems for landmarks and boundaries in spatial memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105 (15), pp. 5915 - 5920 (2008)
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Doeller, C. F.; Burgess, N.: Distinct error-correcting and incidental learning of location relative to landmarks and boundaries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105 (15), pp. 5909 - 5914 (2008)
2006
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Doeller, C. F.; Opitz, B.; Krick, C. M.; Mecklinger, A.; Reith, W.: Differential hippocampal and prefrontal-striatal contributions to instance-based and rule-based learning. NeuroImage 31 (4), pp. 1802 - 1816 (2006)
2005
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Doeller, C. F.; Opitz , B.; Krick , C. M.; Mecklinger , A.; Reith , W.: Prefrontal-hippocampal dynamics involved in learning regularities across episodes. Cerebral Cortex 15 (8), pp. 1123 - 1133 (2005)
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Hommel, B.; Doeller, C. F.: Selection and consolidation of objects and actions. Psychological Research 69 (3), pp. 157 - 166 (2005)
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Hommel, B.; Doeller, C. F.: Selection and consolidation of objects and actions. Psychological Research 69 (3), pp. 157 - 166 (2005)
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Hommel, B.; Doeller, C. F.: Selection and consolidation of objects and actions. Psychological Research 69 (3), pp. 157 - 166 (2005)
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