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September 17, 2019

Research study using fMRI and representational similarity analysis to examine the impact of interference on the representation of visual content in the ventral visual processing stream and perirhinal cortex. We find that representations in the perirhinal cortex, but not early ventral visual processing areas, are resistant to interference during working me...

September 6, 2019

Sonja has been awarded the Canadian Psychological Association Certificate of Excellence for her Master’s thesis, which she successfully defended this past Summer. Congratulations Sonja!

August 12, 2019

Research article on the use of EEG, decoding and image reconstruction to provide insight into the representation of words presented visually. Read more here.

March 12, 2019

Research article using fMRI and machine learning to demonstrate that long-term memory sequence representations in the hippocampus contain temporal duration information in conjunction with event information. A write-up of the work can be found here.

June 25, 2018

Congratulations to Sath for receiving the University of Toronto Scarborough Graduate Research Award (PhD Level) 2018! This award is given to one doctorate student each year in recognition of their research activities as well as their overall contribution to the University of Toronto Scarborough.

May 28, 2018

Research article on using multivariate fMRI to explore the role of the hippocampus in temporal duration memory. In this study we find that changes to the durations of intervals within a sequence have a significant impact on multivariate patterns of activity in the hippocampus.

March 15, 2018

Research article with the Ito LiMBiC Lab on the role of rodent ventral hippocampal subfields in learned approach-avoidance behaviour. In this study we demonstrate that pharmacological inactivation of CA1 and CA3 within the ventral hippocampus leads to opposing effects on how rodents respond to learned motivational conflict.

February 28, 2018

Two postdoctoral positions (one cognitive neuroscience, one behavioural neuroscience) are available to work across the Lee MTL Lab and Ito LiMBiC Lab on the role of the hippocampus and related structures in conflict processing. For further details please contact Andy Lee.

November 11, 2017

Our lab was represented by Chi-Hsun Chang (poster), Shouyu Ling (nanosymposium talk), Sathesan Thavabalasingam (poster), and Dylan Yeates (poster) at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

November 7, 2017

Messing With Information in Short-Term Memory


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