Neural dynamics of cross-modal and cross-temporal associations

Experimental Brain Research
Gustavo DecoJoaquín Fuster


We have studied a neurodynamic model of cross-modal and cross-temporal associations. We show that a network of integrate-and-fire neurons can generate spiking activity with realistic dynamics during the delay period of a paired associates task. In particular, the activity of the model resembles reported data from single-cell recordings in the prefrontal cortex.


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Apr 3, 2010·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·Gustavo DecoRanulfo Romo
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