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Neural systems for navigation

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Navigation in a novel environment requires recalling the past, making sense of the present and simulating the future. This talk will cover recent insights gained from fMRI studies in humans and single cell recordings in rats that shed light on how the brain helps us navigate through space.

This talk is part of the Chaucer Club series.

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