@misc{cogprints9085, volume = {16}, title = {Direct recordings of grid-like neuronal activity in human spatial navigation}, author = {Joshua Jacobs and Christoph T. Weidemann and Jonathan F. Miller and Alec Solway and John F. Burke and Xue-Xin Wei and Nanthia Suthana and Michael R. Sperling and Ashwini D. Sharan and Itzhak Fried and Michael J. Kahana}, year = {2013}, pages = {1188--1190}, journal = {Nature Neuroscience}, url = {http://cogprints.org/9085/}, abstract = {Grid cells in the entorhinal cortex appear to represent spatial location via a triangular coordinate system. Such cells, which have been identified in rats, bats and monkeys, are believed to support a wide range of spatial behaviors. Recording neuronal activity from neurosurgical patients performing a virtual-navigation task, we identified cells exhibiting grid-like spiking patterns in the human brain, suggesting that humans and simpler animals rely on homologous spatial-coding schemes.} }