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Katherine Duncan
Katherine Duncan
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto
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Model-based choices involve prospective neural activity
BB Doll, KD Duncan, DA Simon, D Shohamy, ND Daw
Nature neuroscience 18 (5), 767-772, 2015
3732015
Evidence for area CA1 as a match/mismatch detector: A high‐resolution fMRI study of the human hippocampus
K Duncan, N Ketz, SJ Inati, L Davachi
Hippocampus 22 (3), 389-398, 2012
3212012
Perirhinal and parahippocampal cortices differentially contribute to later recollection of object-and scene-related event details
BP Staresina, KD Duncan, L Davachi
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (24), 8739-8747, 2011
2602011
Memory’s penumbra: episodic memory decisions induce lingering mnemonic biases
K Duncan, A Sadanand, L Davachi
Science 337 (6093), 485-487, 2012
1532012
Associative encoding and retrieval are predicted by functional connectivity in distinct hippocampal area CA1 pathways
K Duncan, A Tompary, L Davachi
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (34), 11188-11198, 2014
1162014
Consolidation of associative and item memory is related to post-encoding functional connectivity between the ventral tegmental area and different medial temporal lobe …
A Tompary, K Duncan, L Davachi
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (19), 7326-7331, 2015
1092015
High‐resolution investigation of memory‐specific reinstatement in the hippocampus and perirhinal cortex
A Tompary, K Duncan, L Davachi
Hippocampus 26 (8), 995-1007, 2016
1022016
Distinct memory signatures in the hippocampus: intentional states distinguish match and mismatch enhancement signals
K Duncan, C Curtis, L Davachi
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (1), 131-139, 2009
922009
Memory states influence value-based decisions.
KD Duncan, D Shohamy
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (11), 1420, 2016
892016
More than the sum of its parts: a role for the hippocampus in configural reinforcement learning
K Duncan, BB Doll, ND Daw, D Shohamy
Neuron 98 (3), 645-657. e6, 2018
882018
Mnemonic prediction errors bias hippocampal states
O Bein, K Duncan, L Davachi
Nature communications 11 (1), 3451, 2020
872020
Hippocampal representations as a function of time, subregion, and brain state
KD Duncan, ML Schlichting
Neurobiology of learning and memory 153, 40-56, 2018
802018
Time-resolved neural reinstatement and pattern separation during memory decisions in human hippocampus
LJ Lohnas, K Duncan, WK Doyle, T Thesen, O Devinsky, L Davachi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (31), E7418-E7427, 2018
592018
Acetylcholine and the complex interdependence of memory and attention
AL Decker, K Duncan
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 32, 21-28, 2020
532020
Lingering cognitive states shape fundamental mnemonic abilities
A Patil, K Duncan
Psychological Science 29 (1), 45-55, 2018
452018
Children’s family income is associated with cognitive function and volume of anterior not posterior hippocampus
AL Decker, K Duncan, AS Finn, DJ Mabbott
Nature communications 11 (1), 4040, 2020
422020
Modulating the use of multiple memory systems in value-based decisions with contextual novelty
K Duncan, A Semmler, D Shohamy
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 31 (10), 1455-1467, 2019
302019
Errors lead to transient impairments in memory formation
A Decker, A Finn, K Duncan
Cognition 204, 104338, 2020
172020
Dopamine is associated with prioritization of reward-associated memories in Parkinson’s disease
ME Sharp, K Duncan, K Foerde, D Shohamy
Brain 143 (8), 2519-2531, 2020
162020
Aging shifts the relative contributions of episodic and semantic memory to decision-making.
A Lalla, H Tarder-Stoll, L Hasher, K Duncan
Psychology and Aging 37 (6), 667, 2022
152022
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