Dr Kristjan Kalm
My research interests lie broadly in the models and neurobiology of memory and learning. I am particularly interested in the representation and learning of sequential information and I use fMRI and computational modelling to study how human memory systems in the basal ganglia and the medio-temporal lobe participate in these processes.
In addition, I am interested in developing analysis methods to compare neural activity data between different modalities of brain-activity measurement (e.g., fMRI, PET, invasive electrophysiology) and species (humans, monkeys).
Electrophysiological recording techniques
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
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Associated News Items
Kalm K, Norris D (2015), “Recall is not necessary for verbal sequence learning.” Mem Cognit Details
Kalm K, Norris D (2014), “The representation of order information in auditory-verbal short-term memory.” J Neurosci 34(20):6879-86 Details
Kalm K, Davis MH, Norris D (2013), “Individual sequence representations in the medial temporal lobe.” J Cogn Neurosci 25(7):1111-21 Details
Kalm K, Davis MH, Norris D (2012), “Neural mechanisms underlying the grouping effect in short-term memory.” Hum Brain Mapp 33(7):1634-47 Details