- A personal highlight of the Society for Neuroscience meeting this year was the Hidden Variables of Behavior Symposium, bridging the seemingly disparate topics of memory, navigation, sleep and social behavior.
- Loren Frank gave an engaging first talk (my personal favorite!) on hippocampal sharp-wave ripples and their role in remembering the past and planning for the future.
- That's really fast!
- — Emilie Reas (@etreas)Sun, Oct 18 2015 18:49:12
- — Emilie Reas (@etreas)Sun, Oct 18 2015 18:52:41
- Cool! A new cell type. Tell us more ... what does it do?
- — Emilie Reas (@etreas)Sun, Oct 18 2015 18:58:21
- Lest we forget, no hippocampus is an island.
- — Emilie Reas (@etreas)Sun, Oct 18 2015 19:05:14
- Net up, Yang Dan of Berkeley discussed how the brain regulates sleep.
- With all this exciting Neuroscience, my sleep neurons went into hibernation at #SfN15.
- — Emilie Reas (@etreas)Sun, Oct 18 2015 19:46:47
- Overly caffeinated isn't a brain state?
#PLOS #SfN15 Highlights: Hidden Variables of Behavior
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