Here is another update to my preprint on temporal mapping in the entorhinal cortex!
In this project, we investigated how subregions of the human entorhinal cortex map temporal relations for episodic memory. Using fMRI and virtual reality, we show that multi-voxel patterns change through memory formation to resemble the temporal structure of a sequence of objects that participants learned by navigating along a route through a virtual city. Our new findings also show that the strength of this entorhinal effect correlates with the way participants later order their recall of the events. You can find the preprint on bioRxiv.