Publications

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Publications

-R Kaplan#, NW Schuck#, CF Doeller (2017) The role of mental maps in decision-making. Trends Neurosci Epub online

R Kaplan, J King, R Koster, WD Penny, N Burgess, & KJ Friston (2017) The neural
representation of prospective choice during spatial planning and decisions. PLoS Biology, 15:e1002588.

R Kaplan#, D Bush#, J Bisby, AJ Horner, SS Meyer, & N Burgess (2017) Medial
prefrontal-medial temporal theta phase coupling in dynamic spatial imagery. Journal
of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29(3):507-519.

R Kaplan, MH Adhikari, R Hindriks, D Mantini, Y Murayama, NK Logothetis, & G
Deco (2016) Hippocampal sharp-wave ripples influence selective activation of the
default mode network. Current Biology, 26(5):686-91.

Preview article by M Walker & E Robertson (2016) Current Biology 26(6):239-41

R Kaplan (2014) Endogenous fMRI default mode network fluctuations both
positively and negatively correlate with individual transfer of learning. Front Syst
Neurosci, 8:229.

R Kaplan, AJ Horner, PA Bandettini, CF Doeller, & N Burgess (2014) Human
hippocampal processing of environmental novelty during spatial navigation.
Hippocampus, 24(7):740-50.

-R Kaplan#, DR Bush#, M Bonnefond, PA Bandettini, GR Barnes, CF Doeller, & N
Burgess (2014) Medial prefrontal theta phase coordination during spatial memory
retrieval. Hippocampus, 24(6):656-65.

R Kaplan, CF Doeller, GR Barnes, V Litvak, E Duzel, PA Bandettini, & N Burgess
(2012) Movement-related theta rhythm in humans: coordinating self-directed
hippocampal learning. PLoS Biology, 10(2):e1001267

-BR Cornwell, SC Muller, R Kaplan, C Grillon, & M Ernst (2012) Anxiety, a benefit and
a detriment to cognition: Behavioral and magnetoencephalographic evidence from a
mixed-saccade task. Brain & Cognition, 78(3):257-67

-CF Doeller & R Kaplan (2011) Parahippocampal Cortex: translating vision into
space. Current Biology, 21:589-91

-BR Cornwell, RP Alvarez, S Lissek, R Kaplan, M Ernst, & C Grillon (2011) Anxiety
overrides the blocking effects of high perceptual load on amygdala reactivity to
threat-related distractors. Neuropsychologia, 5:1363-8.

-RP Alvarez, G Chen, J Bodurka, R Kaplan, & C Grillon (2011) Phasic and sustained
fear in humans elicits distinct patterns of brain activity. NeuroImage, 55: 389-400.

# denotes equal contributors
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Manuscripts

-R Kaplan & KJ Friston (Submitted) Planning and navigation as active inference.