G William Chapman

Affiliations: 
2012-2016 Psychological and Brain Science Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
 2016- University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Area:
Computational, Computation & Theory
Website:
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Alexander AS, Carstensen LC, Hinman JR, et al. (2020) Egocentric boundary vector tuning of the retrosplenial cortex. Science Advances. 6: eaaz2322
Hinman JR, Chapman GW, Hasselmo ME. (2019) Neuronal representation of environmental boundaries in egocentric coordinates. Nature Communications. 10: 2772
Monaghan CK, Chapman GW, Hasselmo ME. (2017) Systemic administration of two different anxiolytic drugs decreases local field potential theta frequency in the medial entorhinal cortex without affecting grid cell firing fields. Neuroscience
Hinman JR, Brandon MP, Climer JR, et al. (2016) Multiple Running Speed Signals in Medial Entorhinal Cortex. Neuron
Tsuno Y, Chapman GW, Hasselmo ME. (2015) Rebound spiking properties of mouse medial entorhinal cortex neurons in vivo. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Shay CF, Ferrante M, Chapman GW, et al. (2015) Rebound spiking in layer II medial entorhinal cortex stellate cells: Possible mechanism of grid cell function. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Jefferson AL, Gifford KA, Damon S, et al. (2015) Gray & white matter tissue contrast differentiates Mild Cognitive Impairment converters from non-converters. Brain Imaging and Behavior. 9: 141-8
Raudies F, Brandon MP, Chapman GW, et al. (2014) Head direction is coded more strongly than movement direction in a population of entorhinal neurons. Brain Research
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