Professor Edmund T. Rolls' Publication List by Subject
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Brain Systems involved in Memory, Spatial Function, and Navigation


Update: The following spatial view cell papers have firing rate plots in colour: 237, 244, 247, 256 and 399.

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Rolls, E. T. (2019) The cingulate cortex and limbic systems for action, emotion, and memory. Chapter 2 pp 23-37 in Handbook of Clinical Neurology: Vol 166. Cingulate Cortex. B. A. Vogt (ed.). Elsevier: New York. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-444-64196-0.00002-9.
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Rolls, E. T. (2019) Attractor network dynamics, transmitters, and the memory and cognitive changes in aging. Chapter 14 pp 203-225 in Cognitive Changes and the Aging Brain, Eds. K.M.Heilman and S.E.Nadeau. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. doi: 10.1017/9781108554350.
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Rolls, E. T. (2020) Spatial coordinate transforms linking the allocentric hippocampal and egocentric parietal primate brain systems for memory, action in space, and navigation. Hippocampus 30: 332-353.
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Rolls, E. T. (2019) The cingulate cortex and limbic systems for emotion, action, and memory Brain Structure and Function 224: 3001-3018. Supplementary Material.
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Rolls, E. T. and Mills, P. (2019) The generation of time in the hippocampal memory system. Cell Reports 28: 1649-1658. doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2019.07.042. Press release.
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Rolls, E. T. (2018) A scientific theory of ars memoriae: spatial view cells in a continuous attractor with linked items. Pp 145-163 in: Les arts de la mémoire et les images mentales. Collège de France: Paris. doi: 10.4000/books.cdf.5552.
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Rolls, E. T. and Wirth, S. (2018) Spatial representations in the primate hippocampus, and their functions in memory and navigation. Progress in Neurobiology 171: 90-113. Supplementary Material. Spatial view cell az033.mp4 Spatial view cell av232.mp4 Spatial view cell av191.mp4
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Cheng, W., Rolls, E. T., Qiu, J., Xie, X., Lyu, W., Li, Y., Huang, C. C., Yang, A. C., Tsai, S. J., Lyu, F., Zhuang, K., Lin, C. P., Xie, P. and Feng, J. (2018) Functional connectivity of the human amygdala in health and in depression. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience 13: 557-568.
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Cheng, W., Rolls, E. T., Qiu, J., Xie, X., Wei, D., Huang, C-C., Yang, A. C., Tsai, S.-J., Li, Q., Meng, J., Lin, C.-P., Xie, P. and Feng, J. (2018) Increased functional connectivity of the posterior cingulate cortex with the lateral orbitofrontal cortex in depression. Translational Psychiatry 8: 90.
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Rolls, E. T. (2018) The storage and recall of memories in the hippocampo-cortical system. Cell and Tissue Research 373: 577-604. Supplementary Material.
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Rolls, E. T. and Mills, W.P.C. (2017) Computations in the deep vs superficial layers of the cerebral cortex. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 145: 205-221.
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Rolls, E. T. (2019) The orbitofrontal cortex and emotion in health and disease, including depression. Neuropsychologia 128: 14-43.
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Deng,W., Rolls, E. T., Ji,X., Robbins, T. W., Banaschewski,T., Bokde,A., Bromberg,U., Buechel,C., Desrivières,S., Conrod,P., Flor,H., Frouin,V., Gallinat,J., Garavan,H., Gowland,P., Heinz,A., Ittermann,B., Martinot,J-L., Lemaitre,H., Nees,F., Papadopoulos Orfanos,D., Poustka,L., Smolka,M.N., Walter,H., Whelan,R., Schumann,G. and Feng,J. (2017) Separate neural systems for behavioral change and for emotional responses to failure during behavioral inhibition. Human Brain Mapping 38: 3527-3537.
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Rolls,E.T. (2017) Computational models of hippocampal functions. In Menzel, R. (ed) Learning Theory and Behavior, Vol 1 of  Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference, Second Edition:Ed. J.H.Byrne, pp. 557-578. Academic Press: Oxford.  doi 10.1016/B978-0-12-809324-5.21025-0. Also Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology.
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Rolls, E.T. (2017) The roles of the orbitofrontal cortex via the habenula in non-reward and depression, and in the responses of serotonin and dopamine neurons. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 75: 331-334.
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Rolls, E.T. (2017) A scientific theory of ars memoriae: spatial view cells in a continuous attractor network with linked items. Hippocampus 27: 570-579.
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Rolls, E. T. (2016) Hippocampus: from spatial processing to episodic memory. Chapter 18 pp. 533-558 in From Neuron to Cognition via Computational Neuroscience, Eds. Arbib,M.A. and Bonaiuto,J.J.  MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.
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Cheng, W., Rolls,E.T., Qiu,J., Liu,W., Tang,Y., Huang,C-C., Wang, XF., Zhang,J., Lin,W., Zheng,L., Pu, JC., Tsai,S-J., Yang,AC., Lin,C-P., Wang,F., Xie,P. and Feng,J. (2016) Medial reward and lateral non-reward orbitofrontal cortex circuits change in opposite directions in depression. Brain 139: 3296-3309. Supplementary Material.
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Rolls, E. T. and Deco, G. (2016) Non-reward neural mechanisms in the orbitofrontal cortex. Cortex 83: 27-38.
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Rolls, E. T. (2016) A non-reward attractor theory of depression. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 68: 47-58.
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Rolls, E. T. (2016) Pattern completion and pattern separation mechanisms in the hippocampus. Chapter 4 pp 77-113 in: The Neurobiological Basis of Memory: A System, Attribute, and Process Analysis. Eds. P.A.Jackson, A.A.Chiba, R.F.Berman and M.E.Ragozzino. Springer: Switzerland.
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Rolls, E. T. (2015) The neuronal representation of information in the human brain. Brain 138: 3459-3462.
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Rolls, E. T. (2016) Pattern separation, completion, and categorisation in the hippocampus and neocortex. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 129: 4-28. Introduction to Special Issue of NLM
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Rolls, E. T. (2015) Diluted connectivity in pattern association networks facilitates the recall of information from the hippocampus to the neocortex. Progress in Brain Research 219: 21-43.

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Rolls, E.T. and Deco, G. (2015) Stochastic cortical neurodynamics underlying the memory and cognitive changes in aging. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 118: 150-161.
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Kesner,R.P. and Rolls,E.T. (2015) A computational theory of hippocampal function, and tests of the theory: new developments. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  48: 92-147.
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Rolls, E. T. and Deco, G. (2015) Networks for memory, perception, and decision-making, and beyond to how the syntax for language might be implemented in the brain. Brain Research  1621: 316-334.
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Rolls,E.T. (2015) Limbic systems for emotion and for memory, but no single limbic system. Cortex 62: 119-157.
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Rolls,E.T. (2013) The mechanisms for pattern completion and pattern separation in the hippocampus. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7: 74. doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2013.00074.
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Rolls,E.T. (2013) A quantitative theory of the functions of the hippocampal CA3 network in memory. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 7: 98.
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Rolls, E. T., Dempere-Marco,L. and Deco, G. (2013) Holding multiple items in short term memory: a neural mechanism. PLoS ONE 8(4): e61078.
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Walters,D.M., Stringer,S.M. and Rolls,E .T. (2013) Path integration of head direction: updating a packet of neural activity at the correct speed using axonal conduction delays. PLoS ONE 8: e58330.
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Rolls,E.T. (2012) Advantages of dilution in the connectivity of attractor networks in the brain. Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 1: 44-54. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.bica.2012.03.003.
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Rolls,E.T. and Treves.A. (2011) The neuronal encoding of information in the brain. Progress in Neurobiology 95: 448-490.
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Webb, T.J., Rolls, E.T., Deco, G. and Feng, J. (2011) Noise in attractor networks in the brain produced by graded firing rate representations. PLoS One 6: e23630.
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Rolls,E.T. and Webb, T.J. (2012) Cortical attractor network dynamics with diluted connectivity. Brain Research 1434: 212-225.
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Martinez-Garcia, M., Rolls,E.T., Deco,G. and Romo,R. (2011) Neural and computational mechanisms of postponed decisions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA): 108: 11626-11631. Supplementary Material.
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Rolls,E.T. and Deco,G. (2011) Prediction of decisions from noise in the brain before the evidence is provided. Frontiers in Neuroscience 5: 33 (1-11).
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Rolls,E.T. (2011) David Marr’s Vision: floreat computational neuroscience. Brain 134: 913-916.
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Rolls,E.T., Deco,G. and Winterer,G. (2011) A computational neuroscience approach to schizophrenia: working memory and attentional deficits. Archives of General Psychiatry: http://archpsyc.ama-assn.org/cgi/eletters/67/6/570#14034.
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Smerieri,A., Rolls,E.T. and Feng,J. (2010) Decision time, slow inhibition, and theta rhythm. Journal of Neuroscience 30: 14173-14181.
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Rolls,E.T. and Deco,G. (2011) A computational neuroscience approach to schizophrenia and its onset. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 35: 1644-1653.
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Perry, G., Rolls, E. T. and Stringer, S. M. (2010) Continuous transformation learning of translation invariant representations. Experimental Brain Research 204: 255-270.
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Rolls,E.T. (2010) A computational theory of episodic memory formation in the hippocampus. Behavioural Brain Research 215: 180-196.
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Deco,G., Rolls,E.T., and Romo,R. (2010) Synaptic dynamics and decision-making. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107:7545-7549.
476. Rolls,E.T. (2010) Attractor networks. WIREs Cognitive Science 1: 119-134.
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Deco,G., Rolls, E.T. and Romo,R. (2009). Stochastic dynamics as a principle of brain function. Progress in Neurobiology 88: 1-16.
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Rolls,E.T., Tromans, J. and Stringer,S.M. (2008). Spatial scene representations formed by self-organizing learning in a hippocampal extension of the ventral visual systemEuropean Journal of Neuroscience 28: 2116-2127.
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Rolls,E.T. (2008) The primate hippocampus and episodic memory. Chapter 4.2, pp. 417-438 in Handbook of Episodic Memory, Eds. E.Dere, A.Easton, L.Nadel and J.P.Huston. Elsevier: Amsterdam.
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Rolls,E.T., Loh,M., Deco,G. and Winterer,G. (2008) Computational models of schizophrenia and dopamine modulation in the prefrontal cortex. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9: 696-709.
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Rolls,E.T., Loh,M. and Deco,G. (2008) An attractor hypothesis of obsessive-compulsive disorder. European Journal of Neuroscience 28: 782-793.
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Deco,G. and Rolls, E.T. (2008) Neural mechanisms of visual memory: a neurocomputational perspective. Chapter 8 pp 247-289 in S. J. Luck and A. Hollingworth (eds.) Visual Memory.  Oxford University Press: Oxford.
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Rolls,E.T. (2008) Computational models of hippocampal functions. Pp. 641-666 in Learning Theory and Behavior, Ed. R.Menzel. Vol 1 of  Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference, Ed. J.Byrne.  Elsevier: Oxford.
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Rolls,E.T. (2009) Computational models of hippocampal functions. Chapter 16, pp. 331-355 in Concise Learning and Memory: The Editor's Selection, Ed. J.Byrne.  Elsevier: Oxford.
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Rolls,E.T. (2008) Spatial view cells in the primate hippocampus, and memory. Chapter 13, pp. 192-217 in Hippocampal Place Fields: Relevance to Learning and Memory, Ed. S.J.Y. Mizumori. Oxford University Press: Oxford.
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Loh,M., Rolls,E.T. and Deco,G. (2007) Statistical fluctuations in attractor networks related to schizophrenia. Pharmacopsychiatry 40: S78-84.
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Rolls,E.T. (2007) An attractor network in the hippocampus: theory and neurophysiology. Learning and Memory 14: 714-731.
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Loh,M., Rolls,E.T. and Deco,G. (2007) A dynamical systems hypothesis of schizophrenia. PLoS Computational Biology 3(11): e228. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.0030228
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Rolls, E. T. (2007) Memory systems: multiple systems in the brain and their interactions. Chapter 59, pp. 345-351 in Science of Memory: Concepts, Eds. H.L. Roediger, Y. Dudai and S.M. Fitzpatrick. Oxford University Press: New York.
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Rolls,E.T., McCabe,C. and Redoute,J. (2008) Expected value, reward outcome, and temporal difference error representations in a probabilistic decision task. Cerebral Cortex 18: 652-663..
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Rolls, E. T. (2007) Computations in memory systems in the brain. Chapter 6 pp. 191-242 in Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (2nd edition), Eds. R. P. Kesner and J. L. Martinez Jr.  Elsevier: San Diego.
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Franco,L., Rolls,E.T., Aggelopoulos,N.C. and Jerez,J.M. (2007) Neuronal selectivity, population sparseness, and ergodicity in the inferior temporal visual cortex. Biological Cybernetics 96: 547-560.
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Stringer,S.M. and Rolls,E.T.  (2006) Self-organizing path integration using a linked continuous attractor and competitive network: path integration of head direction. Network: Computation in Neural Systems 17: 419-445.
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Rolls,E.T. and Stringer,S.M. (2007) Invariant global motion recognition in the dorsal visual system: a unifying theory. Neural Computation 19: 139-169.
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Rolls, E. T., Stringer,S.M. and Elliot,T.  (2006)  Entorhinal cortex grid cells can map to hippocampal place cells by competitive learning. Network: Computation in Neural Systems 17: 447-465.
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Rolls,E.T. (2006) Neurophysiological and computational analyses of the primate presubiculum, subiculum and related areas. Behavioural Brain Research 174: 289-303.
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Rolls,E.T. and Kesner,R.P. (2006) A computational theory of hippocampal function, and empirical tests of the theory. Progress in Neurobiology 79: 1-48.
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Rolls,E.T. and Xiang,J-Z. (2006) Spatial view cells in the primate hippocampus, and memory recall. Reviews in the Neurosciences 17: 175-200.
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Rolls,E.T. and Stringer,S.M. (2005) Spatial view cells in the hippocampus, and their idiothetic update based on place and head direction. Neural Networks 18: 1229-1241.
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Deco,G. and Rolls,E.T. (2005) Attention, short term memory, and action selection: a unifying theory. Progress in Neurobiology 76: 236-256.
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Rolls,E.T.,  Browning,A.S., Inoue,K. and Hernadi,S. (2005) Novel visual stimuli activate a population of neurons in the primate orbitofrontal cortex. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 84: 111-123.
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Rolls,E.T., Franco, L. and Stringer S. M. (2005)  The perirhinal cortex and long-term familiarity memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 58B: 234–245.
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Rolls,E.T., and Xiang,J-Z. (2005) Reward - spatial view representations and learning in the primate hippocampus. Journal of Neuroscience 25: 6167-6174.
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Rolls,E.T. (2005) Head direction and spatial view cells in primates, and brain mechanisms for path integration. Ch. 14, pp. 299-318 in Head Direction Cells and the Neural Mechanisms of Spatial Orientation. S.I. Wiener and J. Taube, eds., MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.
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Wilson,F.A.W. and Rolls,E.T. (2005) The primate amygdala and reinforcement: a dissociation between rule-based and associatively-mediated memory revealed in amygdala neuronal activity. Neuroscience 133: 1061-1072.
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Rolls,E.T., Xiang,J-Z. and Franco,L. (2005) Object, space and object-space representations in the primate hippocampus. Journal of Neurophysiology 94: 833-844..
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Rolls, E. T. and Stringer, S. M. (2004).  Neurophysiology of the primate hippocampus leading to a model of its functions in episodic and spatial memory.  Proceedings of the IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks 1:636-642.
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Deco,G. and Rolls,E.T. (2005) The role of short term memory in visual attention. Ch 100 pp. 610-617 in The Neurobiology of Attention, Eds. L.Itti, G.Rees and J.K.Tsotsos. Elsevier Press: San Diego.
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Deco,G. and Rolls,E.T. (2005) Sequential memory: a putative neural and synaptic dynamical mechanism. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 17: 294-307.
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Stringer,S.M., Rolls,E.T. and Trappenberg,T.P. (2005) Self-organizing continuous attractor network models of hippocampal spatial view cells. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 83: 79-92.
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Deco,G. and Rolls,E.T. (2005) Synaptic and spiking dynamics underlying reward reversal in the orbitofrontal cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 15: 15-30.
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Berlin,H., and Rolls, E.T. (2004) Time perception, impulsivity, emotionality, and personality in self-harming Borderline Personality Disorder patients. Journal of Personality Disorders 18: 358-378.
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Deco,G., Rolls,E.T., and Horwitz,B.(2004) “What” and “where” in visual working memory: a computational neurodynamical perspective for integrating fMRI and single-neuron data. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16: 683-701.
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Hornak, J., O’Doherty, J, Bramham, J., Rolls, E.T., Morris, R.G., Bullock,P.R. and Polkey, C.E. (2004). Reward-related reversal learning after surgical excisions in orbitofrontal and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in humans. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16: 463-478.
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Berlin,H., Rolls, E.T., and Kischka,U. (2004) Impulsivity, time perception, emotion, and reinforcement sensitivity in patients with orbitofrontal cortex lesions. Brain, 127: 1108-1126.
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Stringer,S.M., Rolls,E.T. and Trappenberg,T.P. (2004) Self-organising continuous attractor networks with multiple activity packets, and the representation of space. Neural Networks 17: 5-27.
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Hölscher,C., Rolls,E.T. and Xiang,J.-Z. (2003) Perirhinal cortex neuronal activity related to long-term familiarity memory in the macaque. European Journal of Neuroscience 18: 2037-2046.
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Rolls,E.T. (2004) The operation of memory systems in the brain. Ch 16, pp. 491-534 in Computational Neuroscience: A Comprehensive Approach, Ed. J. Feng. Chapman and Hall/CRC: London.
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Deco,G. and Rolls,E.T. (2003) Attention and working memory: a dynamical model of neuronal activity in the prefrontal cortexEuropean Journal of Neuroscience 18: 2374-2390.
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Kringelbach,M.L. and Rolls,E.T.  (2003) Neural correlates of rapid reversal learning in a simple model of human social interaction. Neuroimage 20: 1371-1383.
323. Stringer,S.M., Rolls,E.T., Trappenberg,T.P. and de Araujo, I.E. (2003) Self-organising continuous attractor networks and motor function. Neural Networks 16: 161-182.
317. Hölscher,C. and Rolls,E.T. (2002) Perirhinal cortex neuronal activity is actively related to working memory in the macaque. Neural Plasticity 9: 41-51.
309. Stringer,S.M., Rolls,E.T., Trappenberg,T.P. and Araujo,I.E.T. (2002) Self-organising continuous attractor networks and path integration. Two-dimensional models of place cells. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, 13:429-446.
307. Stringer,S.M., Trappenberg,T.P., Rolls,E.T. and Araujo,I.E.T. (2002) Self-organising continuous attractor networks and path integration. One-dimensional models of head direction cells. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, 13(2):217-42.
306. Rolls,E.T., Stringer,S.M. and Trappenberg,T.P. (2002) A unified model of spatial and episodic memory. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 269: 1087-1093.
305. Rolls,E.T. (2002) Hippocampal spatial representations and navigation in primates. Ch. 10, pp. 183-195 in The Neural Basis of Navigation: Evidence from Single Cell Recording. Ed. P.E.Sharp. Kluwer: Boston.
303. Buckley,M.J., Booth,M.C.A., Rolls,E.T. and Gaffan,D. (2001) Selective perceptual impairments following perirhinal cortex ablation. Journal of Neuroscience 21: 9824-9836.
300. Araujo,I.E.T., Rolls,E.T. and Stringer,S.M. (2001) A view model which accounts for the spatial fields of hippocampal primate spatial view cells and rat place cells. Hippocampus 11: 699-706.
296. Panzeri,S., Rolls,E.T., Battaglia,F.P. and Lavis,R. (2001) Simulation studies of the speed of recurrent processing. In Emergent Neural Computational Architectures based on Neuroscience, Eds. S.Wermter, J.Austin and D.J.Willshaw. Springer: Heidelberg.
295. Renart,A., Moreno,R., de la Rocha, J., Parga,N. and Rolls,E.T. (2001) A model of the IT-PF network in object working memory which includes balanced persistent activity and tuned inhibition. Neurocomputing 38-40: 1525-1531.
294. Panzeri,S., Rolls,E.T., Battaglia,F. and Lavis,R. (2001) Speed of feedforward and recurrent processing in multilayer networks of integrate-and-fire neurons. Network: Computation in Neural Systems 12: 423-440.
293. Kesner,R.P. and Rolls,E.T. (2001) Role of long term synaptic modification in short term memory. Hippocampus 11: 240-250.
290. Rolls,E.T. and Stringer,S.M. (2001) Invariant object recognition in the visual system with error correction and temporal difference learning. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, 12:111-129.
289. Rolls,E.T. and Stringer,S.M. (2001) A model of the interaction between mood and memory. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, 12: 89-109.

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Rolls,E.T. (2001) Neuronal networks, synaptic plasticity, and memory systems in primates. Ch. 10, pp. 224-262 in Neuronal Mechanisms of Memory Formation ed. C.Holscher. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

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Rolls,E.T. (2000) Hippocampo-cortical and cortico-cortical backprojections. Hippocampus 10: 380-388.

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Rolls,E.T. and Stringer,S.M. (2000) On the design of neural networks in the brain by genetic evolution. Progress in Neurobiology 61: 557-579.

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Rolls,E.T. (2000) Memory systems in the brain. Annual Review of Psychology 51: 599-630.

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Schultz,S., Panzeri,S., Rolls,E.T. and Treves,A. (2000) Quantitative model analysis of a Schaffer collateral model. Ch. 14, pp. 257-272 in Information Theory and the Brain. eds. R.Baddeley, P.Hancock and P.Foldiak. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

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Robertson,R.G., Rolls,E.T., Georges-François,P. and Panzeri,S. (1999) Head direction cells in the primate pre-subiculum. Hippocampus 9: 206-219.

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Renart,A., Parga,N. and Rolls,E.T. (1999) Associative memory properties of multiple cortical modules. Network 10: 237-255.

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Rolls,E.T. (1999) Spatial view cells and the representation of place in the primate hippocampus. Hippocampus 9: 467-480. 

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Schultz,S. and Rolls,E.T. (1999) Analysis of information transmission in the Schaffer collaterals. Hippocampus 9: 582-598.

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Treves,A., Georges-François,P., Panzeri,S., Robertson,R.G. and Rolls,E.T. (1999) The metric content of spatial views as represented in the primate hippocampus. Pp. 239-247 in Neural Circuits and Neural Networks, Eds. V.Torre and J.Nicholls. Springer: Berlin.

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Renart,A., Parga,N. and Rolls,E.T. (2000) A recurrent model of the interaction between the prefrontal cortex and inferior temporal cortex in delay memory tasks. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 12, 171-177, Eds. S.A.Solla, T.K.Leen and K.-R.Mueller, MIT Press: Cambridge Mass.

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Panzeri,S., Treves,A., Schultz,S. and Rolls,E.T. (1999) On decoding the responses of a population of neurons from short time windows. Neural Computation 11: 1553-1577.

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Renart,A., Parga,N. and Rolls,E.T. (1999) Backprojections in the cerebral cortex: implications for memory storage. Neural Computation 11: 1349-1388.

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Georges-François,P., Rolls,E.T. and Robertson,R.G. (1999) Spatial view cells in the primate hippocampus: allocentric view not head direction or eye position or place. Cerebral Cortex 9: 197-212.

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Fulvi Mari,C., Panzeri,S., Rolls,E.T. and Treves,A. (2000) A quantitative model of information processing in CA1. Ch. 15, pp. 273-289 in Information Theory and the Brain. eds. R.Baddeley, P.Hancock and P.Foldiak. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

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Rolls,E.T. (1999) The representation of space in the primate hippocampus, and its role in memory. Ch. 17, pp. 320-344 in The Hippocampal and Parietal Foundations of Spatial Cognition eds. N.Burgess, K.J.Jeffrey and J.O’Keefe. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

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Robertson,R.G., Rolls,E.T. and Georges-François,P. (1998) Spatial view cells in the primate hippocampus: Effects of removal of view details. Journal of Neurophysiology 79: 1145-1156.

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Parga,N. and Rolls,E.T. (1998) Transform invariant recognition by association in a recurrent network. Neural Computation 10: 1507-1525.

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Rolls,E.T., Treves,A., Robertson,R.G., Georges-François,P. and Panzeri,S. (1998) Information about spatial view in an ensemble of primate hippocampal cells. Journal of Neurophysiology 79: 1797-1813.

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Rolls,E.T. (1997) Consciousness in Neural Networks? Neural Networks 10: 1227-1240.

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Rolls,E.T., Robertson,R.G. and Georges-François,P. (1997) Spatial view cells in the primate hippocampus. European Journal of Neuroscience 9: 1789-1794.

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Treves,A., Rolls,E.T. and Simmen,M. (1997) Time for retrieval in recurrent associative memories. Physica D 107: 392-400.

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Rolls,E.T. (1997) Functions of the inferior temporal cortex and hippocampus in memory. Pp. 223-251 in: Integrative and Molecular Approach to Brain Function, eds. M.Ito and Y.Miyashita. Elsevier: Amsterdam.

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Rolls,E.T. (1997) Brain mechanisms of vision, memory, and consciousness. Ch. 6, pp. 81-120 in: Cognition, Computation, and Consciousness, ed. M.Ito, Y.Miyashita and E.T.Rolls. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

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Rolls,E.T., Treves,A., Foster,D. and Perez-Vicente,C.  (1997) Simulation studies of the CA3 hippocampal subfield modelled as an attractor neural network. Neural Networks 10: 1559-1569.

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Treves,A., Rolls,E.T. and Tovee,M.J. (1996) On the time required for recurrent processing in the brain. Pp. 371-382 in Neurobiology: Ionic Channels, Neurons, and the Brain, eds. V.Torre and F.Conti. Plenum: New York.

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Simmen,M.W., Treves,A., and Rolls,E.T. (1996) Pattern retrieval in threshold-linear associative nets. Network 7: 109-122.

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Rolls,E.T.  (1996) The representation of space in the primate hippocampus, and its relation to memory. Pp. 203-227 in: Brain Processes and Memory, eds. K.Ishikawa, J.L.McGaugh and H.Sakata. Elsevier: Amsterdam.

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Rolls,E.T.  (1996) The representation of space in the primate hippocampus, and episodic memory. Pp. 375-400 in: Perception, Memory and Emotion: Frontier in Neuroscience, edited by T.Ono, B.L. McNaughton, S. Molotchnikoff, E.T. Rolls and H. Nishijo. Elsevier: Amsterdam.

217.

Treves,A., Barnes,C.A. and Rolls,E.T. (1996) Quantitative analysis of network models and of hippocampal data. Pp. 567-579 in: Perception, Memory and Emotion: Frontier in Neuroscience, edited by T.Ono, B.L. McNaughton, S. Molotchnikoff, E.T. Rolls and H. Nishijo. Elsevier: Amsterdam.

209.

Tovee,M.J., Rolls,E.T. and Ramachandran,V.S. (1996) Rapid visual learning in neurones of the primate temporal visual cortex. Neuroreport 7: 2757-2760.

207.

Rolls,E.T. (1996) Roles of Long Term Potentiation and Long Term Depression in neuronal network operations in the brain. Chapter 11, pp. 223-250 in Cortical Plasticity: LTP and LTD, eds. M.S.Fazeli and G.L.Collingridge. Bios: Oxford.

205.

Rolls,E.T. (1996) A theory of hippocampal function in memory. Hippocampus 6: 601-620.

202.

Rolls,E.T. and O'Mara,S.M. (1995) View-responsive neurons in the primate hippocampal complex. Hippocampus 5: 409-424.

200.

Rolls,E.T. (1995) A model of the operation of the hippocampus and entorhinal cortex in memory. International Journal of Neural Systems 6, Supplement: 51-70.

193.

Rolls,E.T. and Tovee,M.J. (1994) Processing speed in the cerebral cortex and the neurophysiology of visual masking. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B, 257: 9-15.

188.

Rolls,E.T., Hornak,J., Wade,D. and McGrath,J. (1994) Emotion-related learning in patients with social and emotional changes associated with frontal lobe damage. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 57: 1518-1524.

186.

Treves,A. and Rolls,E.T. (1994) A computational analysis of the role of the hippocampus in memory. Hippocampus 4: 374-391.

185.

Rolls,E.T. (1994) Neurophysiological and neuronal network analysis of how the primate hippocampus functions in memory. Pp. 713-744 in The Memory System of the Brain, ed. J.Delacour. World Scientific: London.

184.

O'Mara,S.M., Rolls,E.T., Berthoz,A. and Kesner,R.P. (1994) Neurons responding to whole-body motion in the primate hippocampus. Journal of Neuroscience 14: 6511-6523.

182.

Rolls,E.T. and Treves,A. (1994) Neural networks in the brain involved in memory and recall. Progress in Brain Research 102: 335-341.

180.

Treves,A. and Rolls,E.T. (1993) The autoassociative hypothesis places constraints on hippocampal organization. Pp. 21-26 in Proceedings of the International Conference on Neural Networks, ed. S.Gielen. Springer: London.

178.

Rolls,E.T. and O'Mara,S. (1993) Neurophysiological and theoretical analysis of how the hippocampus functions in memory. Ch. 17, pp. 276-300 in Brain Mechanisms of Perception and Memory: From Neuron to Behavior, eds. T.Ono, L.R.Squire, M.E.Raichle, D.I.Perrett and M.Fukuda. Oxford University Press: New York.

177.

Wilson,F.A.W. and Rolls,E.T. (1993) The effects of stimulus novelty and familiarity on neuronal activity in the amygdala of monkeys performing recognition memory tasks. Experimental Brain Research 93: 367-382.

175.

Rolls,E.T. and Treves,A. (1993) Neural networks in the brain involved in memory and recall.  Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks 1: 9-14.

173.

Rolls,E.T., Cahusac,P.M.B., Feigenbaum,J.D. and Miyashita,Y. (1993) Responses of single neurons in the hippocampus of the macaque related to recognition memory. Experimental Brain Research 93: 299-306.

171.

Cahusac,P.M.B., Rolls,E.T., Miyashita,Y. and Niki,H. (1993) Modification of the responses of hippocampal neurons in the monkey during the learning of a conditional spatial response task. Hippocampus 3: 29-42.

170.

Treves,A. and Rolls,E.T. (1992) Computational analysis of the operation of a real neuronal network in the brain: the role of the hippocampus in memory. Pp. 891-898 in Artificial Neural Networks 2, eds. I.Aleksander and J.Taylor. North-Holland: Amsterdam.

163.

Treves,A. and Rolls,E.T. (1992) Computational constraints suggest the need for two distinct input systems to the hippocampal CA3 network. Hippocampus 2: 189-199.

161.

Rolls,E.T. (1992) Neurophysiology and functions of the primate amygdala. Ch. 5, pp. 143-165 in The Amygdala, ed. J.P.Aggleton. Wiley-Liss: New York.

159.

Rolls,E.T. (1991) Functions of the primate hippocampus in spatial and non-spatial memory. Hippocampus 1: 258-261.

156.

Cahusac,P.M.B., Rolls,E.T. and Marriott,F.H.C. (1991) Potentiation of neuronal responses to natural visual input paired with postsynaptic activation in the hippocampus of the awake monkey. Neuroscience Letters 124: 39-43.

155.

Rolls,E.T. (1991) Functions of the primate hippocampus in spatial processing and memory. Pp. 353-376 in Brain and Space, ed. J.Paillard. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

154.

Treves,A. and Rolls,E.T. (1991) What determines the capacity of autoassociative memories in the brain ? Network 2: 371-397.

153.

Rolls,E.T. (1991) Research directions in the neural basis of memory. In Cognitive Neuroscience: Research Directions in Cognitive Science: European Perspectives, Vol. 4, pp. 127-142, eds. G.A.Orban, W.Singer and N.O.Bernsen. Erlbaum: London.

152.

Feigenbaum,J.D. and Rolls,E.T. (1991) Allocentric and egocentric spatial information processing in the hippocampal formation of the behaving primate. Psychobiology 19: 21-40.

151.

Rolls,E.T. (1990) Theoretical and neurophysiological analysis of the functions of the primate hippocampus in memory. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia in Quantitative Biology 55: 995-1006.

150.

Rolls,E.T. and Treves,A. (1990) The relative advantages of sparse versus distributed encoding for associative neuronal networks in the brain. Network 1: 407-421.

147.

Johnstone,S. and Rolls,E.T. (1990) Delay, discriminatory, and modality specific neurons in striatum and pallidum during short-term memory tasks. Brain Research 522: 147-151.

146.

Wilson,F.A.W. and Rolls,E.T. (1990) Learning and memory are reflected in the responses of reinforcement-related neurons in the primate basal forebrain. Journal of Neuroscience 10: 1254-1267. 

145.

Wilson,F.A.W. and Rolls,E.T. (1990) Neuronal responses related to reinforcement in the primate basal forebrain. Brain Research 509: 213-231.

144.

Wilson,F.A.W. and Rolls,E.T. (1990) Neuronal responses related to the novelty and familiarity of visual stimuli in the substantia innominata, diagonal band of Broca and periventricular region of the primate. Experimental Brain Research 80: 104-120.

143.

Treves,A. and Rolls,E.T. (1990) Neuronal networks in the hippocampus involved in memory. Pp. 81-95 in Statistical Mechanics of Neural Networks (Lecture Notes in Physics, 368), ed. L.Garrido. Springer: Berlin.

142.

Rolls,E.T. (1990) Spatial memory, episodic memory, and neuronal network functions in the hippocampus. Pp. 445-470 in The Biology of Memory, eds. L.R.Squire and E.Lindenlaub. Schattauer Verlag: Stuttgart and New York (Symposium Medicum Hoechst 23).

138.

Rolls,E.T. (1990) Principles underlying the representation and storage of information in neuronal networks in the primate hippocampus and cerebral cortex. Ch. 4, pp. 73-90 in An Introduction to Neural and Electronic Networks, eds. S.F.Zornetzer, J.L.Davis and C.Lau. Academic Press: San Diego.

137.

Rolls,E.T. (1990) Functions of neuronal networks in the hippocampus and of backprojections in the cerebral cortex in memory. Ch. 9, pp. 184-210 in Brain Organization and Memory: Cells, Systems and Circuits, eds. J.L.McGaugh, N.M.Weinberger and G.Lynch. Oxford University Press: New York.

136.

Rolls,E.T. (1990) Functions of the primate hippocampus in spatial processing and memory. Ch. 12, pp. 339-362 in  Neurobiology of Comparative Cognition, eds. D.S.Olton and R.P.Kesner. L.Erlbaum: Hillsdale,N.J.

134.

Rolls,E.T. (1989) The representation and storage of information in neuronal networks in the primate cerebral cortex and hippocampus. Ch. 8, pp. 125-159 in The Computing Neuron, eds. R.Durbin, C.Miall and G.Mitchison. Addison-Wesley: Wokingham, England.

133.

Rolls,E.T. (1989) Functions of neuronal networks in the hippocampus and cerebral cortex in memory. Pp. 15-33 in Models of Brain Function, ed. R.M.J.Cotterill. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

132.

Rolls,E.T. (1989) Parallel distributed processing in the brain: implications of the functional architecture of neuronal networks in the hippocampus. Ch. 12, pp. 286-308 in Parallel Distributed Processing: Implications for Psychology and Neurobiology, ed. R.G.M.Morris. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

131.

Miyashita,Y., Rolls,E.T., Cahusac,P.M.B., Niki,H. and Feigenbaum,J.D. (1989) Activity of hippocampal neurons in the monkey related to a conditional spatial response task. Journal of Neurophysiology 61: 669-678.

130.

Cahusac,P.M.B., Miyashita,Y., and Rolls,E.T. (1989) Responses of hippocampal formation neurons in the monkey related to delayed spatial response and object-place memory tasks. Behavioural Brain Research 33: 229-240.

129.

Rolls,E.T., Miyashita,Y., Cahusac,P.M.B., Kesner,R.P., Niki,H., Feigenbaum,J. and Bach,L. (1989) Hippocampal neurons in the monkey with activity related to the place in which a stimulus is shown. Journal of Neuroscience 9: 1835-1845.

128.

Rolls,E.T., Baylis,G.C., Hasselmo,M.E. and Nalwa,V. (1989) The effect of learning on the face-selective responses of neurons in the cortex in the superior temporal sulcus of the monkey. Experimental Brain Research 76: 153-164.

125.

Rolls,E.T. (1989) Functions of neuronal networks in the hippocampus and neocortex in memory. Ch. 13, pp. 240-265 in Neural Models of Plasticity: Experimental and Theoretical Approaches, eds. J.H.Byrne and W.O.Berry. Academic Press: San Diego. This paper proposed that CA3 acting as an autoassociation memory performs completion, and that the dentate performs pattern separation.

117.

Baylis,G.C. and Rolls,E.T. (1987) Responses of neurons in the inferior temporal cortex in short term and serial recognition memory tasks. Experimental Brain Research 65: 614-622.

111.

Rolls,E.T. (1987) Information representation, processing and storage in the brain: analysis at the single neuron level. Pp. 503-540 in The Neural and Molecular Bases of Learning, eds. J.-P. Changeux and M.Konishi. Wiley: Chichester. This paper delivered to the Dahlem Conference in 1985 in Berlin proposed that the CA3 is an autocorrelation (or autoassociation) memory.

94.

Rolls,E.T. (1985) Neuronal activity related to different types of memory in the primate. Pp. 237-250 in Perspectives on Neuroscience, ed. Y.Tsukada. University of Tokyo Press: Tokyo.

93.

Rolls,E.T. (1985) Neuronal activity in relation to the recognition of visual stimuli. Experimental Brain Research, Supplement 11: 179-201. (Also pp. 203-213 in Pattern Recognition Mechanisms, Pontificiae Academiae Scientiarum Scripta Varia 54, eds. C.Chagas, R.Gattass and C.G.Gross. Pontificia Academia Scientiarum: Rome, 1985.)

90.

Borsini,F. and Rolls,E.T. (1984) Role of noradrenaline and serotonin in the basolateral region of the amygdala in food preferences and learned taste aversions in the rat. Physiology and Behavior 33: 37-43.

86.

Rolls,E.T. (1984) Neurophysiological investigations of different types of memory in the primate. Pp. 269-278 in Neuropsychology of Memory, eds. L.R.Squire and N.Butters. Guilford Press, New York.

83.

Rolls,E.T. (1983) Neuronal systems related to different types of memory in the primate. Kaga (Science) (Tokyo) 53: 260-269.

79.

Thorpe,S.J., Rolls,E.T. and Maddison,S. (1983) The orbitofrontal cortex: neuronal activity in the behaving monkey. Experimental Brain Research 49: 93-115.

74.

Rolls,E.T., Perrett,D.I., Caan,A.W. and Wilson,F.A.W. (1982) Neuronal responses related to visual recognition. Brain 105: 611-646.

65.

Rolls,E.T., Caan,A.W., Perrett,D.I. and Wilson,F.A.W. (1981) Neuronal activity related to long-term memory. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, 64, Supplementum 89: 121-127.

64.

Rolls,E.T. (1981) Responses of amygdaloid neurons in the primate. Pp. 383-393 in The Amygdaloid Complex, ed. Y.Ben-Ari. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

41.

Rolls,E.T., Perrett,D., Thorpe,S.J., Puerto,A., Roper-Hall,A. and Maddison,S. (1979) Responses of neurons in area 7 of the parietal cortex to objects of different significance. Brain Research 169: 194-198.

38.

Sanghera,M.K., Rolls,E.T. and Roper-Hall,A. (1979) Visual responses of neurons in the dorsolateral amygdala of the alert monkey. Experimental Neurology 63: 610-626.

32.

Rolls, E.T., Judge, S.J. and Sanghera, M. (1977) Activity of neurones in the inferotemporal cortex of the alert monkeyBrain Research 130: 229-238.

27.

Mora, F., Rolls, E.T., and Burton, M.J. (1976) Modulation during learning of the responses of neurones in the lateral hypothalamus to the sight of food. Experimental Neurology 53: 508-519.

12.

Rolls, E.T. (1974)  The neural basis of brain-stimulation rewardProgress in Neurobiology 3: 71-160.

10.

Rolls, B.J. and Rolls, E.T. (1973)  Effects of lesions in the basolateral amygdala on fluid intake in the ratJournal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 83: 240-247.

9.

Rolls, E.T. and Rolls, B.J. (1973)  Altered food preferences after lesions in the basolateral region of the amygdala in the ratJournal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 83: 248-259





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