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Magnetic resonance-based eye tracking using deep neural networks


When did that happen?

Mnemonic construction and representation of temporal structure in the hippocampus


Learning and Representation of Hierarchical Concepts in Hippocampus and Prefrontal Cortex


Navigating the Squircle

Hippocampal Maps Predict Context-Dependent Behavior


Movement through abstract space

Using a map-like structure to enable physical interaction with abstract knowledge



How the hippocampus extracts meaning


Directional tuning

Linking memory-guided behavior to human brain activity


Distorting Memories

Deforming the metric of cognitive maps distorts memory


A temporal map for memory

Entorhinal cortex maps temporal relations of memories


A map for knowledge

The hippocampus encodes distances in concept space


Our mission is to understand how the brain and the mind work. We seek to answer fundamental questions in neuroscience.

Our lab is part of the MPI CBS and the Kavli Institute.

“Memory is at the heart of our personality”

Christian Doeller, Principal Investigator

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