Eitan Schechtman
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Negative valence widens generalization of learning
E Schechtman, O Laufer, R Paz
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (31), 10460-10464, 2010
Memory and sleep: how sleep cognition can change the waking mind for the better
KA Paller, JD Creery, E Schechtman
Annual review of psychology 72, 123-150, 2021
Enhanced synaptic integration of adult-born neurons in the olfactory bulb of lactating mothers
H Kopel, E Schechtman, M Groysman, A Mizrahi
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (22), 7519-7527, 2012
Multiple memories can be simultaneously reactivated during sleep as effectively as a single memory
E Schechtman, JW Antony, A Lampe, BJ Wilson, KA Norman, KA Paller
Communications Biology 4 (1), 25, 2021
Ketamine induced converged synchronous gamma oscillations in the cortico-basal ganglia network of nonhuman primates
M Slovik, B Rosin, S Moshel, R Mitelman, E Schechtman, R Eitan, A Raz, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 118 (2), 917-931, 2017
Pallidal spiking activity reflects learning dynamics and predicts performance
E Schechtman, MI Noblejas, AD Mizrahi, O Dauber, H Bergman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (41), E6281-E6289, 2016
Spatial localization of auditory stimuli in human auditory cortex is based on both head-independent and head-centered coordinate systems
E Schechtman, T Shrem, LY Deouell
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (39), 13501-13509, 2012
Targeted memory reactivation during sleep to strengthen memory for arbitrary pairings
IM Vargas, E Schechtman, KA Paller
Neuropsychologia 124, 144-150, 2019
Targeted memory reactivation during sleep boosts intentional forgetting of spatial locations
E Schechtman, S Witkowski, A Lampe, BJ Wilson, KA Paller
Scientific reports 10 (1), 2327, 2020
Memory consolidation during sleep involves context reinstatement in humans
E Schechtman, J Heilberg, KA Paller
Cell reports 42 (4), 2023
Examining sleep’s role in memory generalization and specificity through the lens of targeted memory reactivation
S Witkowski, E Schechtman, KA Paller
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 33, 86-91, 2020
Sleep reactivation did not boost suppression-induced forgetting
E Schechtman, A Lampe, BJ Wilson, E Kwon, MC Anderson, KA Paller
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1383, 2021
Context matters: changes in memory over a period of sleep are driven by encoding context
E Schechtman, J Heilberg, KA Paller
Learning & Memory 30 (2), 36-42, 2023
Hold your pauses: external globus pallidus neurons respond to behavioural events by decreasing pause activity
MI Noblejas, E Schechtman, A Adler, M Joshua, S Katabi, H Bergman
European Journal of Neuroscience 42 (7), 2415-2425, 2015
Reap while you sleep: consolidation of memories differs by how they were sown
JW Antony, E Schechtman
Hippocampus 33 (8), 922-935, 2023
Coinciding decreases in discharge rate suggest that spontaneous pauses in firing of external pallidum neurons are network driven
E Schechtman, A Adler, M Deffains, H Gabbay, S Katabi, A Mizrahi, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (17), 6744-6751, 2015
Sleep and memory
E Schechtman, R Stickgold, KA Paller
Handbook on Human Memory, 2022
The reach of reactivation: Effects of consciously triggered versus unconsciously triggered reactivation of associative memory
A Tal, E Schechtman, B Caughran, KA Paller, L Davachi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 121 (10), e2313604121, 2024
Revealing the cognitive contents of sleep to improve diagnosis and research
E Schechtman
Sleep 45 (11), zsac214, 2022
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T Mao, J Kim, MA Peña-Hernández, G Valle, M Moriyama, S Luyten, ...
Perspective, 2024
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