Tom Hartley: Modelling Publications

Journal Articles

Watson DM, Andrews TJ, Hartley T. (2017) A data driven approach to understanding the organization of high-level visual cortex. Scientific Reports 7: 3596 DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-03974-5

Hartley T, Hurlstone MJ, Hitch GJ (2016) Effects of rhythm on memory for spoken sequences: a model and tests of its stimulus-driven mechanism. Cognitive Psychology, 87, 135-178.

Andrews TJ, Watson DM, Rice GE, Hartley T (2015) Low-level properties of natural images predict topographic patterns of neural response in the ventral visual pathway. Journal of Vision 17(7), 3 [a little "proof of concept" modelling in this short review]

Vernon RJW, Sutherland CAM, Young AW, Hartley T (2014) Modeling first impressions from highly variable facial images. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 111 (32), E3353-E3361

Hartley T, Lever C (2014) Know your limits: the role of boundaries in the development of spatial representation. Neuron [preview of Bjerknes et al., 2014, Neuron. Discusses BVC model in context of new findings re: the development of boundary cells]

Hartley T, Lever C, Burgess N, O’Keefe J (2014) Space in the Brain: how the hippocampal formation supports spatial cognition. Phil Trans Roy Soc B. 369(1635) [Review in special issue of Philosophical Transactions B, I was also lead editor. This substantial review covers spatial cells and related models]

Barry C, Lever C, Hayman R, Hartley T, Burton S, O'Keefe J, Jeffery K, Burgess N (2006) The boundary vector cell model of place cell firing and spatial memory. Rev Neurosci 17(1-2):71-97.

Hartley T, Trinkler I, Burgess N (2004). Geometric Determinants of Human Spatial Memory. Cognition 94(1):39-75. Download PDF.

Lever C, Burgess N, Caccuci F, Hartley T, O’Keefe J (2002). What can the hippocampal representation of environmental geometry tell us about Hebbian learning? Biol Cybern 87(5-6):356-72. Download PDF

Burgess N, Hartley T (2001). Orientational and geometric determinants of place and head-direction. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 14:165-170 Download PDF

Burgess N, Jackson A, Hartley T, O'Keefe J (2000). Predictions derived from modelling the hippocampal role in navigation. Biol Cybern. 83(3):301-12.

Hartley T, Burgess N, Lever C, Cacucci F, O'Keefe J (2000). Modeling place fields in terms of the cortical inputs to the hippocampus. Hippocampus 10(4):369-79. Download PDF Better Figures

Hartley T, Houghton G (1996). A linguistically constrained model of short-term memory. Journal of Memory and Language 35(1):1-31. Download PDF

Houghton G, Hartley T (1995). Parallel Models of Serial Behaviour: Lashley Revisited. Psyche 2(25). Download PDF (Note: figures somewhat distorted)

Book Chapters etc.

Hartley T, Burgess N (2003). Models of Spatial Cognition. In L Nadel (Ed) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Macmillan, London. Download PDF preprint (internal UCL Psychology/ICN/FIL only)

Hartley T. (2002) Syllabic Phase: A bottom-up representation of the structure of speech. In JA Bullinaria & W Lowe (Eds), 7th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop World Scientific, Singapore. Download PDF

Houghton G, Hartley T, Glasspool DW. (1996) The representation of words and nonwords in short-term memory: serial order and syllable structure. In SE Gathercole (Ed.), Models of Short-Term Memory. Erlbaum, Hove. Download PDF (14MB)

Hartley T. (1996) The role of syllable structure in verbal short-term memory. PhD thesis, University of London (UCL).

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