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Lee, Sang Ah (이상아)
조교수, Department of Bio and Brain Engineering(바이오및뇌공학과)
Research Area
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Comparative Cognition, Behavioral Neuroscience, Spatial navigation, memory, atypical development, cognitive aging
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    Task-dependent effects of intracranial hippocampal stimulation on human memory and hippocampal theta power

    Jun, Soyeon; Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Kim, Jun Sic; et al, Brain Stimulation, v.13, no.3, pp.603 - 613, 2020-05

    The spatiotemporal organization of episodic memory and its disruption in a neurodevelopmental disorder

    Mastrogiuseppe, Marilina; Bertelsen, Natasha; Bedeschi, Maria Francesca; et al, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v.9, no.1, 2019-12

    The developing role of transparent surfaces in children's spatial representation

    Gianni, Eugenia; De Zorzi, Laura; Lee, Sang Ahresearcher, COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY, v.105, pp.39 - 52, 2018-09

    Lateralized hippocampal oscillations underlie distinct aspects of human spatial memory and navigation

    Miller, Jonathan; Watrous, Andrew J.; Tsitsiklis, Melina; et al, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, v.9, 2018-06

    Electrical Stimulation in Hippocampus and Entorhinal Cortex Impairs Spatial and Temporal Memory

    Goyal, Abhinav; Miller, Jonathan; Watrous, Andrew J.; et al, JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, v.38, no.19, pp.4471 - 4481, 2018-05

    Representation of environmental shape in the hippocampus of domestic chicks (Gallus gallus)

    Mayer, Uwe; Bhushan, Rachel; Vallortigara, Giorgio; et al, BRAIN STRUCTURE & FUNCTION, v.223, no.2, pp.941 - 953, 2018-03

    Electrophysiological Signatures of Spatial Boundaries in the Human Subiculum

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Miller, Jonathan F.; Watrous, Andrew J.; et al, JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, v.38, no.13, pp.3265 - 3272, 2018-03

    What gestures reveal about cognitive deficits in Williams Syndrome

    Mastrogiuseppe, Marilina; Lee, Sang Ahresearcher, DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY, v.42, no.7-8, pp.470 - 481, 2017-12

    The boundary-based view of spatial cognition: a synthesis

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher, Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, v.16, pp.58 - 65, 2017-08

    Spatial impairment and memory in genetic disorders: Insights from mouse models

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Tucci V.; Vallortigara G., Brain Sciences, v.7, no.2, 2017-02

    Direct Electrical Stimulation of the Human Entorhinal Region and Hippocampus Impairs Memory

    Jacobs J.; Miller J.; Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; et al, NEURON, v.92, no.5, pp.983 - 990, 2016-12

    Spatial Cognition: Grid Cells Support Imagined Navigation

    Jacobs J.; Lee, Sang Ahresearcher, CURRENT BIOLOGY, v.26, no.7, pp.R277 - R279, 2016-04

    Boundary primacy in spatial mapping: Evidence from zebrafish (Danio rerio)

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Ferrari, Ambra; Vallortigara, Giorgio; et al, BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES, v.119, pp.116 - 122, 2015-10

    Bumblebees spontaneously map location of conspecific using geometry and features

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Vallortigara, Giorgio, LEARNING AND MOTIVATION, v.50, pp.32 - 38, 2015-05

    Working memory and reference memory tests of spatial navigation in mice (Mus musculus)

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Tucci, Valter; Sovrano, Valeria Anna; et al, JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY, v.129, no.2, pp.189 - 197, 2015-05

    Navigation by environmental geometry: The use of zebrafish as a model

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Vallortigara, Giorgio; Flore, Michele; et al, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, v.216, no.19, pp.3693 - 3699, 2013-10

    Spontaneous Reorientation Is Guided by Perceived Surface Distance, Not by Image Matching Or Comparison

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Winkler-Rhoades, Nathan; Spelke, Elizabeth S., PLOS ONE, v.7, no.12, 2012-12

    Core systems of geometry in animal minds

    Spelke, Elizabeth S.; Lee, Sang Ahresearcher, PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, v.367, no.1603, pp.2784 - 2793, 2012-10

    Independent effects of geometry and landmark in a spontaneous reorientation task: a study of two species of fish

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Vallortigara, Giorgio; Ruga, Vincenza; et al, ANIMAL COGNITION, v.15, no.5, pp.861 - 870, 2012-09

    Chicks, like children, spontaneously reorient by three-dimensional environmental geometry, not by image matching

    Lee, Sang Ahresearcher; Spelke, Elizabeth S.; Vallortigara, Giorgio, BIOLOGY LETTERS, v.8, no.4, pp.492 - 494, 2012-08

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