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Matthias Gruber
Matthias Gruber
Sir Henry Dale Fellow, CUBRIC, School of Psychology, Cardiff University, UK
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States of curiosity modulate hippocampus-dependent learning via the dopaminergic circuit
MJ Gruber, BD Gelman, C Ranganath
Neuron 84 (2), 486-496, 2014
6842014
Hippocampal activity patterns carry information about objects in temporal context
LT Hsieh, MJ Gruber, LJ Jenkins, C Ranganath
Neuron 81 (5), 1165-1178, 2014
3502014
Post-learning hippocampal dynamics promote preferential retention of rewarding events
MJ Gruber, M Ritchey, SF Wang, MK Doss, C Ranganath
Neuron 89 (5), 1110-1120, 2016
1822016
Voluntary control over prestimulus activity related to encoding
MJ Gruber, LJ Otten
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (29), 9793-9800, 2010
1372010
How curiosity enhances hippocampus-dependent memory: the prediction, appraisal, curiosity, and exploration (PACE) framework
MJ Gruber, C Ranganath
Trends in cognitive sciences 23 (12), 1014-1025, 2019
1172019
Expected reward modulates encoding-related theta activity before an event
MJ Gruber, AJ Watrous, AD Ekstrom, C Ranganath, LJ Otten
Neuroimage 64, 68-74, 2013
1112013
States of curiosity and interest enhance memory differently in adolescents and in children
Y Fandakova, MJ Gruber
Developmental Science 24 (1), e13005, 2021
452021
Learning facts during aging: the benefits of curiosity
G Galli, M Sirota, MJ Gruber, BE Ivanof, J Ganesh, M Materassi, A Thorpe, ...
Experimental Aging Research 44 (4), 311-328, 2018
452018
Curiosity and learning: a neuroscientific perspective
MJ Gruber, A Valji, C Ranganath
Cambridge University Press, 2019
362019
Theta phase synchronization between the human hippocampus and prefrontal cortex increases during encoding of unexpected information: a case study
MJ Gruber, LT Hsieh, BP Staresina, CE Elger, J Fell, N Axmacher, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 30 (11), 1646-1656, 2018
322018
Curiosity-driven memory enhancement persists over time but does not benefit from post-learning sleep
CJ Stare, MJ Gruber, L Nadel, C Ranganath, RL Gómez
Cognitive Neuroscience 9 (3-4), 100-115, 2018
322018
Alpha oscillations during incidental encoding predict subsequent memory for new “foil” information
DA Vogelsang, M Gruber, ZM Bergström, C Ranganath, JS Simons
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 30 (5), 667-679, 2018
192018
Curiosity in childhood and adolescence—what can we learn from the brain
MJ Gruber, Y Fandakova
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 39, 178-184, 2021
132021
Temporal proximity to the elicitation of curiosity is key for enhancing memory for incidental information
C Murphy, V Dehmelt, AP Yonelinas, C Ranganath, MJ Gruber
Learning & Memory 28 (2), 34-39, 2021
82021
White matter pathways supporting individual differences in epistemic and perceptual curiosity
A Valji, A Priemysheva, CJ Hodgetts, AG Costigan, GD Parker, ...
BioRxiv, 642165, 2019
82019
Curiosity and surprise enhance memory differently in adolescents than in children
Y Fandakova, M Gruber
PsyARXiv, 2019
62019
Theta phase synchronization between the human hippocampus and the prefrontal cortex supports learning of unexpected information
MJ Gruber, LT Hsieh, BP Staresina, CE Elger, J Fell, N Axmacher, ...
bioRxiv, 144634, 2017
62017
The Cambridge handbook of motivation and learning
MJ Gruber, A Valji, C Ranganath, KA Renninger, SE Hidi
52019
When anticipation aids long-term memory: what cognitive and neural processes are involved?
G Galli, EM Bauch, MJ Gruber
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (12), 4355-4356, 2011
32011
Anticipation of novel environments enhances memory for incidental information
D Cen, C Gkoumas, MJ Gruber
Learning & Memory 28 (8), 254-259, 2021
22021
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