Derek J. Huffman, Ph.D.

2010-2016 Neurobiology and Behavior University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
 2016- Center for Neuroscience University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
memory, cognitive neuroscience, fMRI
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Huffman DJ, Ekstrom AD. (2020) An Important Step toward Understanding the Role of Body-based Cues on Human Spatial Memory for Large-Scale Environments. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Starrett MJ, McAvan AS, Huffman DJ, et al. (2020) Landmarks: A solution for spatial navigation and memory experiments in virtual reality. Behavior Research Methods
Ekstrom AD, Harootonian SK, Huffman DJ. (2019) Grid coding, spatial representation, and navigation: Should we assume an isomorphism? Hippocampus
Huffman DJ, Ekstrom AD. (2019) A Modality-Independent Network Underlies the Retrieval of Large-Scale Spatial Environments in the Human Brain. Neuron
Huffman DJ, Ekstrom AD. (2019) Which way is the bookstore? A closer look at the judgments of relative directions task. Spatial Cognition and Computation. 19: 93-129
Starrett MJ, Stokes JD, Huffman DJ, et al. (2018) Learning-dependent evolution of spatial representations in large-scale virtual environments. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Ekstrom AD, Huffman DJ, Starrett M. (2017) Interacting networks of brain regions underlie human spatial navigation: A review and novel synthesis of the literature. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00531.2017
Huffman DJ, Stark CE. (2017) The influence of low-level stimulus features on the representation of contexts, items, and their mnemonic associations. Neuroimage
Huffman DJ, Stark CE. (2016) Age-Related Impairment on a Forced-Choice Version of the Mnemonic Similarity Task. Behavioral Neuroscience
Huffman DJ, Stark CE. (2014) Multivariate pattern analysis of the human medial temporal lobe revealed representationally categorical cortex and representationally agnostic hippocampus. Hippocampus. 24: 1394-403
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