Jean-Marc Fellous

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
"Jean-Marc Fellous"
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Wang S, Gerken B, Wieland JR, et al. (2023) The effects of time horizon and guided choices on explore-exploit decisions in rodents. Behavioral Neuroscience
Scleidorovich P, Weitzenfeld A, Fellous JM, et al. (2022) Integration of velocity-dependent spatio-temporal structure of place cell activation during navigation in a reservoir model of prefrontal cortex. Biological Cybernetics. 116: 585-610
Lindner B, Thomas PJ, Fellous JM, et al. (2021) Biological Cybernetics: 60 years and more to come. Biological Cybernetics
Sundman MH, Lim K, Ton That V, et al. (2020) Transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals diminished homoeostatic metaplasticity in cognitively impaired adults. Brain Communications. 2: fcaa203
Fellous JM, Dominey P, Weitzenfeld A. (2020) Complex spatial navigation in animals, computational models and neuro-inspired robots. Biological Cybernetics. 114: 137-138
Cazin N, Llofriu Alonso M, Scleidorovich Chiodi P, et al. (2019) Reservoir computing model of prefrontal cortex creates novel combinations of previous navigation sequences from hippocampal place-cell replay with spatial reward propagation. Plos Computational Biology. 15: e1006624
Contreras M, Pelc T, Llofriu M, et al. (2018) The ventral hippocampus is involved in multi-goal obstacle-rich spatial navigation. Hippocampus
Lindner B, Thomas PJ, Fellous JM. (2018) Welcome from the new Editor(s)-in-Chief. Biological Cybernetics
Valdes JL, McNaughton BL, Fellous JM. (2015) Off-Line Reactivation of Experience-Dependent Neuronal Firing Patterns in the Rat Ventral Tegmental Area. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00758.2014
Jones BJ, Pest SM, Vargas IM, et al. (2015) Contextual reminders fail to trigger memory reconsolidation in aged rats and aged humans. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 120: 7-15
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