Frederic Roux

2016- University of Birmingham, UK, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom 
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Kolibius LD, Roux F, Parish G, et al. (2023) Hippocampal neurons code individual episodic memories in humans. Nature Human Behaviour. 7: 1968-1979
Roux F, Parish G, Chelvarajah R, et al. (2022) Oscillations support short latency co-firing of neurons during human episodic memory formation. Elife. 11
Treder MS, Charest I, Michelmann S, et al. (2021) The hippocampus as the switchboard between perception and memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Ter Wal M, Linde-Domingo J, Lifanov J, et al. (2021) Theta rhythmicity governs human behavior and hippocampal signals during memory-dependent tasks. Nature Communications. 12: 7048
Griffiths BJ, Parish G, Roux F, et al. (2019) Directional coupling of slow and fast hippocampal gamma with neocortical alpha/beta oscillations in human episodic memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Michelmann S, Treder MS, Griffiths B, et al. (2018) Data-driven re-referencing of intracranial EEG based on independent component analysis (ICA). Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Hanslmayr S, Roux F. (2017) Human Memory: Brain-State-Dependent Effects of Stimulation. Current Biology : Cb. 27: R385-R387
Pratt J, Dawson N, Morris BJ, et al. (2016) Thalamo-cortical communication, glutamatergic neurotransmission and neural oscillations: A unique window into the origins of ScZ? Schizophrenia Research
Klein D, Rotarska-Jagiela A, Genc E, et al. (2014) Adolescent brain maturation and cortical folding: evidence for reductions in gyrification. Plos One. 9: e84914
Roux F, Uhlhaas PJ. (2014) Working memory and neural oscillations: α-γ versus θ-γ codes for distinct WM information? Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18: 16-25
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