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Jon Simons
Cognitive neuroscientist researching human memory at . Fellow, . Cricketer of little talent and no repute. Dad of two rapscallions.
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Memory Lab 53m
Just out: In a cohort of 38 patients with hippocampal amnesia we show that memory variability (including for remote autobiographical events) is explained by network-wide abnormalities in brain structure and function
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Mariam Aly Jul 1
How do dynamic internal states shape what we remember? We review how intentions, attention, and neuromodulatory states contribute to retrieval mode. Very pleased to share this paper by , , , & !
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Giant Rat of Sumatra Jul 17
According to most Proust-cake metrics, I’m in for some BIG MEMORIES right now
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Jon Simons Jul 17
Think was fielding in covers to Neesham (left-hander), then NZ got a single bringing Guptill (right-hander) on strike for final ball, so moved across to other side (and into sun). Point was to keep Roy (gun fielder) in best place for leg-side mow. Plan worked!
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This Tweet from @Cricket_Ali has been withheld in response to a report from the copyright holder.
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Charles Fernyhough Jul 16
Published today in : ’s superb piece for on growing up with undiagnosed . Remember: all profits from the book go to and . Of interest ?
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DoellerLab Jul 16
Distinct subdivisions of human medial parietal cortex support recollection of people and places. Cool new paper by 's group now online in
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Aidan Horner Jul 16
New paper with Bardur Joensen & is officially out! United we fall: All-or-none forgetting of complex episodic events
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Jon Simons Jul 16
Quite remarkable.
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Jon Simons Jul 14
I’m not sure I’ve ever felt more exhausted. What a remarkable game.
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Jon Simons Jul 14
Replying to @DrRZaman
Quite remarkable.
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Jon Simons Jul 14
There’s surely never been a game like it. Covered in lots of champagne now. Well done Kane Williamson and all New Zealand - they didn’t deserve to lose. But well done . It’s come home.
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Jon Simons Jul 11
Perhaps it really IS coming home
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Jon Simons Jul 11
If you missed the chance to buy this important, outstanding book before publication, now is your chance.
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Jon Simons Jul 11
England may well lose today, which would be a shame but, as this great piece by says, in a deeper sense it won't really matter
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Jon Simons Jul 10
Cricket, bloody hell.
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Jon Simons Jul 10
Great Marcel Proust joke for his birthday (I think H/T originally): I just smelt the pages of my old Proust A-level notes and for the life of me I can't remember what it reminds me of.
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Jon Simons Jul 10
Happy birthday, Marcel Proust - here seen playing air guitar with a tennis racquet presumably because his birthday falls during fortnight
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WaterstonesHarrogate Jul 9
Happy Birthday Marcel Proust (10 Jul 1871 – 18 Nov 1922) novelist, critic, and essayist, best known for À la recherche du temps perdu (In Search of Lost Time).
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