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    1. Miao, Y; Liu, ZQ; Siew, CK; Miao, CY
      Dynamical cognitive network - an extension of fuzzy cognitive map

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON FUZZY SYSTEMS
    2. Kuipers, B
      Cognitive maps for planetary rovers

      AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS
    3. Lorincz, A; Szirtes, G; Takacs, B; Buzsaki, G
      Independent component analysis of temporal sequences forms place cells

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    4. Muir, GM; Bilkey, DK
      Instability in the place field location of hippocampal place cells after lesions centered on the perirhinal cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Sokolov, EN
      Spherical model of intellectual operations

      PSIKHOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAL
    6. Redish, AD
      The hippocampal debate: are we asking the right questions?

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Drai, D; Golani, I
      SEE: a tool for the visualization and analysis of rodent exploratory behavior

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    8. Miao, YA; Liu, ZQ
      On causal inference in fuzzy cognitive maps

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON FUZZY SYSTEMS
    9. Guariglia, C; Coriale, G; Cosentino, T; Pizzamiglio, L
      TENS modulates spatial reorientantion in neglect patients

      NEUROREPORT
    10. Noh, JB; Lee, KC; Kim, JK; Lee, JK; Kim, SH
      A case-based reasoning approach to cognitive map-driven tacit knowledge management

      EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS
    11. Franz, MO; Mallot, HA
      Biomimetic robot navigation

      ROBOTICS AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS
    12. Lee, S; Han, I
      Fuzzy cognitive map for the design of EDI controls

      INFORMATION & MANAGEMENT
    13. Drai, D; Benjamini, Y; Golani, I
      Statistical discrimination of natural modes of motion in rat exploratory behavior

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    14. Ramos, JMJ
      Influence of the shape of the experimental room on spatial learning in rats

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    15. Kuipers, B
      The Spatial Semantic Hierarchy

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    16. Best, PJ; White, AM
      Placing hippocampal single-unit studies in a historical context

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    17. Shapiro, ML; Eichenbaum, H
      Hippocampus as a memory map: Synaptic plasticity and memory encoding by hippocampal neurons

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    18. Sharp, PE
      Complimentary roles for hippocampal versus subicular/entorhinal place cells in coding place, context, and events

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    19. Ono, T; Nishijo, H
      Active spatial information processing in the septo-hippocampal system

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    20. Sharp, PE
      Comparison of the timing of hippocampal and subicular spatial signals: Implications for path integration

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    21. Chiu, CC; Hsu, PL; Norcio, AF
      A fuzzy reasoning approach to support knowledge acquisition

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GENERAL SYSTEMS
    22. Matsumura, N; Nishijo, H; Tamura, R; Eifuku, S; Endo, S; Ono, T
      Spatial- and task-dependent neuronal responses during real and virtual translocation in the monkey hippocampal formation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Gagliardo, A; Ioale, P; Bingman, VP
      Homing in pigeons: The role of the hippocampal formation in the representation of landmarks used for navigation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Kwahk, KY; Kim, YG
      Supporting business process redesign using cognitive maps

      DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS
    25. Riters, LV; Bingman, VP
      The effects of lesions to the caudolateral neostriatum on sun compass based spatial learning in homing pigeons

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    26. Stylios, CD; Groumpos, PP
      Fuzzy Cognitive Maps: a model for intelligent supervisory control systems

      COMPUTERS IN INDUSTRY
    27. Tversky, B; Morrison, JB; Franklin, N; Bryant, DJ
      Three spaces of spatial cognition

      PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER
    28. Ludvig, N
      Place cells can flexibly terminate and develop their spatial firing. A newtheory for their function

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    29. Yeap, WK; Jefferies, ME
      Computing a representation of the local environment

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    30. CHEN CM
      BRIDGING THE GAP - THE USE OF PATHFINDER NETWORKS IN VISUAL NAVIGATION

      Journal of visual languages and computing
    31. STYLIOS CD; GROUMPOS PP
      THE CHALLENGE OF MODELING SUPERVISORY SYSTEMS USING FUZZY COGNITIVE MAPS

      Journal of intelligent manufacturing
    32. SKAGGS WE; MCNAUGHTON BL
      SPATIAL FIRING PROPERTIES OF HIPPOCAMPAL CA1 POPULATIONS IN AN ENVIRONMENT CONTAINING 2 VISUALLY IDENTICAL REGIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    33. Lee, KC; Lee, WJ; Kwon, OB; Han, JH; Yu, PI
      Strategic planning simulation based on fuzzy cognitive map knowledge and differential game

      SIMULATION
    34. Brown, MF; Drew, MR
      Exposure to spatial cues facilitates visual discrimination but not spatialguidance

      LEARNING AND MOTIVATION
    35. NISHIJO H; KITA T; TAMURA R; UWANO T; TERASAWA K; ONO T
      SEPTAL NEURONAL RESPONSES RELATED TO SPATIAL REPRESENTATION IN MONKEYS

      Hippocampus
    36. HERMER L
      INTERNALLY COHERENT SPATIAL MEMORIES IN A MAMMAL

      NeuroReport
    37. BENHAMOU S
      ON SYSTEMS OF REFERENCE INVOLVED IN SPATIAL MEMORY

      Behavioural processes
    38. SHARP PE
      SUBICULAR CELLS GENERATE SIMILAR SPATIAL FIRING PATTERNS IN 2 GEOMETRICALLY AND VISUALLY DISTINCTIVE ENVIRONMENTS - COMPARISON WITH HIPPOCAMPAL PLACE CELLS

      Behavioural brain research
    39. BROWN MF; BING MN
      IN THE DARK - SPATIAL CHOICE WHEN ACCESS TO SPATIAL CUES IS RESTRICTED

      Animal learning & behavior
    40. LUKASZEWSKA I
      NALOXONE IMPAIRS SPATIAL PERFORMANCE IN RATS

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    41. MULLER RU; STEAD M
      HIPPOCAMPAL PLACE CELLS CONNECTED BY HEBBIAN SYNAPSES CAN SOLVE SPATIAL PROBLEMS

      Hippocampus
    42. NECKERMAN HJ
      THE STABILITY OF SOCIAL-GROUPS IN CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE - THE ROLE OF THE CLASSROOM SOCIAL-ENVIRONMENT

      Social development
    43. LEUNG MC
      SOCIAL NETWORKS AND SELF-ENHANCEMENT IN CHINESE CHILDREN - A COMPARISON OF SELF-REPORTS AND PEER REPORTS OF GROUP MEMBERSHIP

      Social development
    44. CLARKEMCLEAN JG
      SOCIAL NETWORKS AMONG INCARCERATED JUVENILE-OFFENDERS

      Social development
    45. HODGES H
      MAZE PROCEDURES - THE RADIAL-ARM AND WATER MAZE COMPARED

      Cognitive brain research
    46. LEE K; KIM S; SAKAWA M
      ONLINE FAULT-DIAGNOSIS BY USING FUZZY COGNITIVE MAP

      IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer science
    47. MILEY T; MCFADDEN T
      A SONAR, INTERACTIVE DANCE AND MUSIC SYSTEM

      Computers & mathematics with applications
    48. ROVEECOLLIER C
      SHIFTING THE FOCUS FROM WHAT TO WHY

      Infant behavior & development
    49. BROWN MF; TERRINONI M
      CONTROL OF CHOICE BY THE SPATIAL CONFIGURATION OF GOALS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes
    50. SHIEH KT; WILSON W; WINSLOW M; MCBRIDE DW; HOPKINS CD
      SHORT-RANGE ORIENTATION IN ELECTRIC FISH - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY OF PASSIVE ELECTROLOCATION

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    51. ETIENNE AS; MAURER R; SEGUINOT V
      PATH INTEGRATION LN MAMMALS AND ITS INTERACTION WITH VISUAL LANDMARKS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    52. BENNETT ATD
      DO ANIMALS HAVE COGNITIVE MAPS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    53. KITCHIN RM
      ARE THERE SEX-DIFFERENCES IN GEOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

      Geographical journal
    54. TCHERNICHOVSKI O; BENJAMINI Y; GOLANI I
      CONSTRAINTS AND THE EMERGENCE OF FREE EXPLORATORY-BEHAVIOR IN RAT ONTOGENY

      Behaviour
    55. STAUBLI U; LE TT; LYNCH G
      VARIANTS OF OLFACTORY MEMORY AND THEIR DEPENDENCIES ON THE HIPPOCAMPAL-FORMATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    56. MARKUS EJ; QIN YL; LEONARD B; SKAGGS WE; MCNAUGHTON BL; BARNES CA
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN LOCATION AND TASK AFFECT THE SPATIAL AND DIRECTIONAL FIRING OF HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    57. TCHERNICHOVSKI O; GOLANI I
      A PHASE PLANE REPRESENTATION OF RAT EXPLORATORY-BEHAVIOR

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    58. CHEN SM
      COGNITIVE-MAP-BASED DECISION-ANALYSIS BASED ON NPN LOGICS

      Fuzzy sets and systems
    59. HU D; AMSEL A
      A SIMPLE TEST OF THE VICARIOUS TRIAL-AND-ERROR HYPOTHESIS OF HIPPOCAMPAL FUNCTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. VANNINI M; CANNICCI S
      HOMING BEHAVIOR AND POSSIBLE COGNITIVE MAPS IN CRUSTACEAN DECAPODS

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    61. BACHELDER IA; WAXMAN AM
      MOBILE ROBOT VISUAL MAPPING AND LOCALIZATION - A VIEW-BASED NEUROCOMPUTATIONAL ARCHITECTURE THAT EMULATES HIPPOCAMPAL PLACE LEARNING

      Neural networks
    62. LIU Z; TURNER LF; BURES J
      IMPAIRMENT OF PLACE NAVIGATION OF RATS IN THE MORRIS WATER MAZE BY INTERMITTENT LIGHT IS INVERSELY RELATED TO THE DURATION OF THE FLASH

      Neuroscience letters
    63. BINGMAN VP; JONES TJ
      SUN COMPASS-BASED SPATIAL-LEARNING IMPAIRED IN HOMING PIGEONS WITH HIPPOCAMPAL-LESIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    64. AMSEL A
      HIPPOCAMPAL FUNCTION IN THE RAT - COGNITIVE MAPPING OR VICARIOUS TRIAL AND ERROR

      Hippocampus
    65. CRUSIO WE; SCHWEGLER H; BRUST I
      COVARIATIONS BETWEEN HIPPOCAMPAL MOSSY FIBERS AND WORKING AND REFERENCE MEMORY IN SPATIAL AND NONSPATIAL RADIAL MAZE TASKS IN MICE

      European journal of neuroscience
    66. CHRISLEY RL
      CONNECTIONISM, COGNITIVE MAPS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF OBJECTIVITY

      Artificial intelligence review
    67. WHITE NM; MCDONALD RJ
      ACQUISITION OF A SPATIAL CONDITIONED PLACE PREFERENCE IS IMPAIRED BY AMYGDALA LESIONS AND IMPROVED BY FORNIX LESIONS

      Behavioural brain research


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