Monika Schönauer

Monika Schönauer

@m_schoenauer

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Researcher @Princeton interested in memory consolidation, sleep, reactivation.

Joined on January 11, 2013

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Memory rehearsal in wakefulness rapidly engenders an enduring engram in posterior parietal cortex! Very excited to share our latest on imaging microstructural plasticity in humans, published today in @sciencemagazine! Great work, Svenja Brodt!

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We're very excited to announce #SUsHi2020! The first Single Units and Human iEEG Meeting & Workshop is taking place in Birmingham from 1-3 April 2020. Take a look at the website for more info and register your interest - registration will open late 2019!

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#JNeurosci: #Sleep predicts accumulation of #Alzheimer's pathology #tau & #β-amyloid in human #aging @joe__winer @sleepdiplomat @UCIrvineSOM @UCBerkeleyNeuro @DZNE_de @NIH https://bit.ly/2INmtwB 

Our newly published work on sleep as an early biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease risk. Wonderful efforts from grad student, Joe Winer.

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Interested in doing a PhD on (the neuronal basis of) #stress and #memory? Glad you are :) We are hiring a research associate (65% position, initially 2 years) in our lab! Announcement below (in German). For queries you may also contact Prof. Schwabe. https://www.dgps.de/uploads/tx_powermail/Stellenausschreibung_UHH.pdf …

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Using real-time fMRI neurofeedback to link context reinstatement and memory retrieval. Happy to see my work with @ptoncompmemlab @kennethanorman and Nick Turk-Browne in press:

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#Neurofeedback helps to reveal a relationship between context reinstatement and #memory retrieval. Latest by @MdeBettencourt, Nick Turk-Browne and @kennethanorman @ptoncompmemlab

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'Alzheimer’s pathology targets distinct memory networks in the ageing brain' in @Brain1878. Masterpiece from @anne_maass with @david_berron @DuzelLab @tessamharrison and data from @UCBerkeley and @UCSFmac. https://academic.oup.com/brain/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/brain/awz154/5519092#.XQWHi82E3V4.twitter …

'Alzheimer’s pathology targets distinct memory networks in the ageing brain' in @Brain1878. Masterpiece from @anne_maass with @david_berron @DuzelLab @tessamharrison and data from @UCBerkeley and @UCSFmac. https://academic.oup.com/brain/advance-article-abstract/doi/10.1093/brain/awz154/5519092#.XQWHi82E3V4.twitter …

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Our new preprint is out! We find that the cortical feedback to V1 during visual mental imagery and illusory perception is decodable from distinct layers (mental imagery: deep, illusory perception: superficial layers). With @andrewt_morgan and @LarsMuckli.

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Replying to @fmrib_karla @kateewatkins @ClareEMackay

For me- #OHBM2019 top spot goes to Francesco Pavone - spectacular talk on clearing techniques for imaging at single cell level. Also v impressed with Svenja Brodt on memory engrams and @MarcoPalombo3 on soma mapping.

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Sehr guter Kommentar zur Causa Birbaumer: System-Logik: Der Fall Professor Birbaumers | Telepolis

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Curious about new developments in #hyperalignment? Come check out our @HassonLab poster (M506) at #OHBM2019 this afternoon—we're using shared connectivity to find a common response space across disjoint datasets (different subjects and different stimuli).

Curious about new developments in #hyperalignment? Come check out our @HassonLab poster (M506) at #OHBM2019 this afternoon—we're using shared connectivity to find a common response space across disjoint datasets (different subjects and different stimuli).

You are in Rome @OHBM and interested in memory and plasticity? Come to our symposium on „Imaging Experience-Dependent Plasticity in the Human Brain!“ At 8.00 am tomorrow, Svenja Brodt, Valeria Della-Maggiore, @heidijoberg and Yanif Assaf will present exciting data! #OHBM2019

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Very proud to see @ampm_1's work on the emergence of spatial coding and future reward simulation in the retrosplenial cortex now out!

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@JamesWardAntony and I wrote a short response to the recent Yonelinas et al paper that reinterpreted evidence for systems consolidation in a contextual binding framework. We lay out some reasons to keep the idea of systems consolidation around.

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Emmy-Noether-Nachwuchsgruppe um @GordonFeld forscht am ZI zu Schlaf und Suchtverhalten.

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A Roadmap for Understanding Memory: Decomposing Cognitive Processes into Operations and Representations — new from @rosie_cowell @morganbarense @psadil

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How do animals learn? New work identifies the higher-order thalamocortical pathway as a site of rapid synaptic plasticity during learning. These higher-order thalamic inputs are strengthened sequentially, first on L5 and then on L2 pyramidal neurons.

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Coordinated representational reinstatement in the human #hippocampus and lateral temporal cortex during episodic #memory retrieval https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-09569-0 … @NatureComms

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Very excited to announce our new user-friendly @ProjectJupyter BrainIAK tutorials for advanced fMRI data analysis in Python, which can be freely downloaded or run on the cloud. software: https://brainiak.org/tutorials/  preprint:

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Quoted @zeynep

I wrote about why the downturn of storytelling in #GameofThrones also explains why it's hard for us to deal with Facebook, YouTube, AI, etc. The show was a rare beast: a sociological narrative in a world dominated by psychological/individualized ones. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/the-real-reason-fans-hate-the-last-season-of-game-of-thrones/ …

I wrote about why the downturn of storytelling in #GameofThrones also explains why it's hard for us to deal with Facebook, YouTube, AI, etc. The show was a rare beast: a sociological narrative in a world dominated by psychological/individualized ones. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/the-real-reason-fans-hate-the-last-season-of-game-of-thrones/ …

Nothing like a massive prediction error to spark some interesting think pieces.

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