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    1. Perrone, JA; Thiele, A
      Speed skills: measuring the visual speed analyzing properties of primate MT neurons

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Krukowski, AE; Miller, KD
      Thalamocortical NMDA conductances and intracortical inhibition can explaincortical temporal tuning

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Chen, Y; Li, B; Li, BW; Diao, YC
      Directional tunings independent of orientation in the primary visual cortex of the cat

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    4. Zhou, YF; Jia, F; Tao, HY; Shou, TD
      The responses to illusory contours of neurons in cortex areas 17 and 18 ofthe cats

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    5. Gibber, M; Chen, B; Roerig, B
      Direction selectivity of excitatory and inhibitory neurons in ferret visual cortex

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Miller, KD; Pinto, DJ; Simons, DJ
      Processing in layer 4 of the neocortical circuit: new insights from visualand somatosensory cortex

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    7. Li, B; Chen, Y; Li, BW; Wang, LH; Diao, YC
      Pattern and component motion selectivity in cortical area PMLS of the cat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Baker, CL
      Linear filtering and nonlinear interactions in direction-selective visual cortex neurons: A noise correlation analysis

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Cook, JE; Podugolnikova, TA
      Evidence for spatial regularity among retinal ganglion cells that project to the accessory optic system in a frog, a reptile, a bird, and a mammal

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Buchs, NJ; Senn, W
      Learning direction selectivity through spike-timing dependent modificationof neurotransmitter release probability

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    11. Hillenbrand, U; van Hemmen, JL
      Does corticothalamic feedback control cortical velocity tuning?

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    12. Suder, K; Worgotter, F; Wennekers, T
      Neural field model of receptive field restructuring in primary visual cortex

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    13. Lampl, I; Anderson, JS; Gillespie, DC; Ferster, D
      Prediction of orientation selectivity from receptive field architecture insimple cells of cat visual cortex

      NEURON
    14. Tolias, AS; Smirnakis, SM; Augath, MA; Trinath, T; Logothetis, NK
      Motion processing in the macaque: Revisited with functional magnetic resonance imaging

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Haag, J; Borst, A
      Recurrent network interactions underlying flow-field selectivity of visualinterneurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Wielaard, DJ; Shelley, M; McLaughlin, D; Shapley, R
      How simple cells are made in a nonlinear network model of the visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Sawaguchi, T
      Unmasking of silent 'task-related' neuronal activity in the monkey prefrontal cortex by a GABA(A) antagonist

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    18. Grossberg, S; Mingolla, E; Viswanathan, L
      Neural dynamics of motion integration and segmentation within and across apertures

      VISION RESEARCH
    19. Pena, JL; Konishi, M
      Auditory spatial receptive fields created by multiplication

      SCIENCE
    20. Hupe, JM; James, AC; Girard, P; Bullier, J
      Response modulations by static texture surround in area V1 of the macaque monkey do not depend on feedback connections from V2

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Oertner, TG; Brotz, TM; Borst, A
      Mechanisms of dendritic calcium signaling in fly neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Huxlin, KR; Pasternak, T
      Long-term neurochemical changes after visual cortical lesions in the adultcat

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    23. Budd, JML; Kisvarday, ZF
      Local lateral connectivity of inhibitory clutch cells in layer 4 of cat visual cortex (area 17)

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Dec, K; Waleszczyk, WJ; Wrobel, A; Harutiunian-Kozak, BA
      The spatial substructure of visual receptive fields in the cat's superior colliculus

      ARCHIVES ITALIENNES DE BIOLOGIE
    25. Wang, Y; Fujita, I; Murayama, Y
      Neuronal mechanisms of selectivity for object features revealed by blocking inhibition in inferotemporal cortex

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Schmolesky, MT; Wang, YC; Pu, ML; Leventhal, AG
      Degradation of stimulus selectivity of visual cortical cells in senescent rhesus monkeys

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Shou, TD; Zhou, YF; Yu, HB
      Comparative study on direction selectivity and functional organization of the primary visual cortical cells in monkeys and cats

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    28. Chance, FS; Abbott, LF
      Divisive inhibition in recurrent networks

      NETWORK-COMPUTATION IN NEURAL SYSTEMS
    29. Frien, A; Eckhorn, R; Bauer, R; Woelbern, T; Gabriel, A
      Fast oscillations display sharper orientation tuning than slower components of the same recordings in striate cortex of the awake monkey

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Volgushev, M; Pernberg, J; Eysel, UT
      Comparison of the selectivity of postsynaptic potentials and spike responses in cat visual cortex

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Hillenbrand, U; van Hemmen, JL
      Spatiotemporal adaptation through corticothalamic loops: A hypothesis

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Mehta, MR; Wilson, MA
      From hippocampus to V1: Effect of LTP on spatio-temporal dynamics of receptive fields

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    33. Mehta, MR; Quirk, MC; Wilson, MA
      Experience-dependent asymmetric shape of hippocampal receptive fields

      NEURON
    34. Merabet, L; Minville, K; Ptito, M; Casanova, C
      Responses of neurons in the cat posteromedial lateral suprasylvian cortex to moving texture patterns

      NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Chapman, B; Godecke, I
      Cortical cell orientation selectivity fails to develop in the absence of ON-center retinal ganglion cell activity

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Carandini, M; Ferster, D
      Membrane potential and firing rate in cat primary visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Kisvarday, ZF; Crook, JM; Buzas, P; Eysel, UT
      Combined physiological-anatomical approaches to study lateral inhibition

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    38. Georgeson, MA; Scott-Samuel, NE
      Spatial resolution and receptive field height of motion sensors in human vision

      VISION RESEARCH
    39. Anderson, JS; Carandini, M; Ferster, D
      Orientation tuning of input conductance, excitation, and inhibition in catprimary visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    40. Gao, WJ; Wormington, AB; Newman, DE; Pallas, SL
      Development of inhibitory circuitry in visual and auditory cortex of postnatal ferrets: Immunocytochemical localization of calbindin- and parvalbumin-containing neurons

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    41. Kim, DS; Matsuda, Y; Ohki, K; Ajima, A; Tanaka, S
      Geometrical and topological relationships between multiple functional mapsin cat primary visual cortex

      NEUROREPORT
    42. Yousef, T; Bonhoeffer, T; Kim, DS; Eysel, UT; Toth, E; Kisvarday, ZF
      Orientation topography of layer 4 lateral networks revealed by optical imaging in cat visual cortex (area 18)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    43. Saul, AB
      Visual cortical simple cells: Who inhibits whom

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    44. Adorjan, P; Levitt, JB; Lund, JS; Obermayer, K
      A model for the intracortical origin of orientation preference and tuning in macaque striate cortex

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    45. Garcia-Perez, MA
      Direction selectivity and spatiotemporal separability in simple cortical cells

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
    46. Roerig, B; Kao, JPY
      Organization of intracortical circuits in relation to direction preferencemaps in ferret visual cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    47. He, SG; Jin, ZF; Masland, RH
      The nondiscriminating zone of directionally selective retinal ganglion cells: Comparison with dendritic structure and implications for mechanism

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    48. Croner, LJ; Albright, TD
      Segmentation by color influences responses of motion-sensitive neurons in the cortical middle temporal visual area

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    49. Fortin, S; Chabli, A; Dumont, I; Shumikhina, S; Itaya, SK; Molotchnikoff, S
      Maturation of visual receptive field properties in the rat superior colliculus

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    50. Hupe, JM; Chouvet, G; Bullier, J
      Spatial and temporal parameters of cortical inactivation by GABA

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    51. Masson, GS; Mestre, DR; Stone, LS
      Speed tuning of motion segmentation and discrimination

      VISION RESEARCH
    52. Shea, SJ; Chandna, A; Norcia, AM
      Oscillatory motion but not pattern reversal elicits monocular motion VEP biases in infantile esotropia

      VISION RESEARCH
    53. Das, A; Gilbert, CD
      Topography of contextual modulations mediated by short-range interactions in primary visual cortex

      NATURE
    54. Raiguel, SE; Xiao, DK; Marcar, VL; Orban, GA
      Response latency of macaque area MT/V5 neurons and its relationship to stimulus parameters

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    55. Gao, WJ; Newman, DE; Wormington, AB; Pallas, SL
      Development of inhibitory circuitry in visual and auditory cortex of postnatal ferrets: Immunocytochemical localization of GABAergic neurons

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    56. LEI JJ; LI CY
      SPATIOTEMPORAL ORGANIZATION OF SIMPLE-CELL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN AREA-18 OF CATS CORTEX

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    57. WANG C; DREHER B; ASSAAD N; PTITO M; BURKE W
      EXCITATORY CONVERGENCE OF Y-CHANNELS AND NON-Y-CHANNELS ONTO SINGLE NEURONS IN THE ANTERIOR ECTOSYLVIAN VISUAL AREA OF THE CAT

      European journal of neuroscience
    58. WOLFE J; PALMER LA
      TEMPORAL DIVERSITY IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF CAT

      Visual neuroscience
    59. HE SG; LEVICK WR; VANEY DI
      DISTINGUISHING DIRECTION SELECTIVITY FROM ORIENTATION SELECTIVITY IN THE RABBIT RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    60. MURTHY A; HUMPHREY AL; SAUL AB; FEIDLER JC
      LAMINAR DIFFERENCES IN THE SPATIOTEMPORAL STRUCTURE OF SIMPLE CELL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN CAT AREA-17

      Visual neuroscience
    61. YAKOVLEFF AJS; MOINI A
      MOTION PERCEPTION USING ANALOG VLSI

      Analog integrated circuits and signal processing
    62. HAAG J; BORST A
      ACTIVE MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES AND SIGNAL ENCODING IN GRADED POTENTIAL NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. CHANCE FS; NELSON SB; ABBOTT LF
      SYNAPTIC DEPRESSION AND THE TEMPORAL RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS OF V1 CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    64. SIMONCELLI EP; HEEGER DJ
      A MODEL OF NEURONAL RESPONSES IN VISUAL AREA MT

      Vision research
    65. CHEY J; GROSSBERG S; MINGOLLA E
      NEURAL DYNAMICS OF MOTION PROCESSING AND SPEED DISCRIMINATION

      Vision research (Oxford)
    66. Humphrey, AL; Saul, AB; Feidler, JC
      Strobe rearing prevents the convergence of inputs with different response timings onto area 17 simple cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    67. ORBAN GA; DUPONT P; DEBRUYN B; VANDENBERGHE R; ROSIER A; MORTELMANS L
      HUMAN BRAIN ACTIVITY RELATED TO SPEED DISCRIMINATION TASKS

      Experimental Brain Research
    68. CORNETTE L; DUPONT P; SPILEERS W; SUNAERT S; MICHIELS J; VANHECKE P; MORTELMANS L; ORBAN GA
      HUMAN CEREBRAL-ACTIVITY EVOKED BY MOTION REVERSAL AND MOTION ONSET - A PET STUDY

      Brain
    69. GEESAMAN BJ; BORN RT; ANDERSEN RA; TOOTELL RBH
      MAPS OF COMPLEX MOTION SELECTIVITY IN THE SUPERIOR TEMPORAL CORTEX OFTHE ALERT MACAQUE MONKEY - A DOUBLE-LABEL 2-DEOXYGLUCOSE STUDY

      Cerebral cortex
    70. XIAO DK; RAIGUEL S; MARCAR V; ORBAN GA
      SPATIAL-DISTRIBUTION OF THE ANTAGONISTIC SURROUND OF MT V5 NEURONS/

      Cerebral cortex
    71. WANG Y; DIAO YC
      DIRECTION COLUMNS IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Progress in Natural Science
    72. WANG C; DREHER B; HUXLIN KR; BURKE W
      EXCITATORY CONVERGENCE OF Y-INFORMATION AND NON-Y-INFORMATION CHANNELS ON SINGLE NEURONS IN THE PMLS AREA, A MOTION AREA OF THE CAT VISUAL-CORTEX

      European journal of neuroscience
    73. CHAUDHURI A; ALBRIGHT TD
      NEURONAL RESPONSES TO EDGES DEFINED BY LUMINANCE VS TEMPORAL TEXTURE IN MACAQUE AREA V1

      Visual neuroscience
    74. CROOK JM; KISVARDAY ZF; EYSEL UT
      GABA-INDUCED INACTIVATION OF FUNCTIONALLY CHARACTERIZED SITES IN CAT STRIATE CORTEX - EFFECTS ON ORIENTATION TUNING AND DIRECTION SELECTIVITY

      Visual neuroscience
    75. WANG RY
      A NETWORK MODEL OF MOTION PROCESSING IN AREA MT OF PRIMATES

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    76. SAHRAIE A; BARBUR JL
      PUPIL RESPONSE TRIGGERED BY THE ONSET OF COHERENT MOTION

      Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology
    77. WIMBAUER S; WENISCH OG; MILLER KD; VANHEMMEN JL
      DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIOTEMPORAL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS OF SIMPLE CELLS .1. MODEL FORMULATION

      Biological cybernetics
    78. WIMBAUER S; WENISCH OG; VANHEMMEN JL; MILLER KD
      DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIOTEMPORAL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS OF SIMPLE CELLS .2. SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS

      Biological cybernetics
    79. HAMADA T; YAMASHIMA M; KATO K
      A RING MODEL FOR SPATIOTEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF SIMPLE CELLS IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Biological cybernetics
    80. SINGLE S; HAAG J; BORST A
      DENDRITIC COMPUTATION OF DIRECTION SELECTIVITY AND GAIN-CONTROL IN VISUAL INTERNEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    81. OCARROLL DC; LAUGHLIN SB; BIDWELL NJ; HARRIS RA
      SPATIOTEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF MOTION DETECTORS MATCHED TO LOW IMAGE VELOCITIES IN HOVERING INSECTS

      Vision research
    82. CARANDINI M; RINGACH DL
      PREDICTIONS OF A RECURRENT MODEL OF ORIENTATION SELECTIVITY

      Vision research
    83. STJOHN R
      CONTRAST DETECTION AND ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION THRESHOLDS ASSOCIATED WITH MERIDIONAL AMBLYOPIA

      Vision research
    84. NESTARES O; HEEGER DJ
      MODELING THE APPARENT FREQUENCY-SPECIFIC SUPPRESSION IN SIMPLE CELL RESPONSES

      Vision research
    85. MUNAKATA Y; MCCLELLAND JL; JOHNSON MH; SIEGLER RS
      RETHINKING INFANT KNOWLEDGE - TOWARD AN ADAPTIVE PROCESS ACCOUNT OF SUCCESSES AND FAILURES IN OBJECT PERMANENCE TASKS

      Psychological review
    86. RECANZONE GH; WURTZ RH; SCHWARZ U
      RESPONSES OF MT AND MST NEURONS TO ONE AND 2 MOVING-OBJECTS IN THE RECEPTIVE-FIELD

      Journal of neurophysiology
    87. SMITH EL; CHINO Y; NI JR; CHENG H
      BINOCULAR COMBINATION OF CONTRAST SIGNALS BY STRIATE CORTICAL-NEURONSIN THE MONKEY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    88. RAFTOPOULOS A
      COGNITIVE AND PERCEPTUAL LIMITATIONS AND LEARNING - AN EXCURSION INTOCONNECTIONIST THEORY - ATHANASSIOS RAFTOPOULOS

      Human development
    89. RUAN DY; CHABLI A; MOLOTCHNIKOFF S
      SPATIAL-FREQUENCY PROPERTIES IN AREA-18 DURING INACTIVATION OF AREA-17 IN CATS

      Experimental Brain Research
    90. LI B; WANG L; WANG Y; DIAO YC
      ORIENTATIONAL AND DIRECTIONAL SELECTIVITIES OF VISUAL NEURONS IN THE SUPERIOR COLLICULUS OF THE CAT

      SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES C-LIFE SCIENCES
    91. REID RC; ALONSO JM
      THE PROCESSING AND ENCODING OF INFORMATION IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    92. BINNS KE; SALT TE
      CORTICOFUGAL INFLUENCES ON VISUAL RESPONSES IN CAT SUPERIOR COLLICULUS - THE ROLE OF NMDA RECEPTORS

      Visual neuroscience
    93. HAWKEN MJ; SHAPLEY RM; GROSOF DH
      TEMPORAL-FREQUENCY SELECTIVITY IN MONKEY VISUAL-CORTEX

      Visual neuroscience
    94. NORCIA AM
      ABNORMAL MOTION PROCESSING AND BINOCULARITY - INFANTILE ESOTROPIA AS A MODEL SYSTEM FOR EFFECTS OF EARLY INTERRUPTIONS OF BINOCULARITY

      Eye
    95. LI ZP
      A THEORY OF THE VISUAL-MOTION CODING IN THE PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX

      Neural computation
    96. MOVSHON JA; NEWSOME WT
      VISUAL RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF STRIATE CORTICAL-NEURONS PROJECTING TO AREA MT IN MACAQUE MONKEYS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    97. SHMUEL A; GRINVALD A
      FUNCTIONAL-ORGANIZATION FOR DIRECTION OF MOTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO ORIENTATION MAPS IN CAT AREA-18

      The Journal of neuroscience
    98. VANWEZEL RJA; LANKHEET MJM; VERSTRATEN FAJ; MAREE AFM; VANDEGRIND WA
      RESPONSES OF COMPLEX CELLS IN AREA-17 OF THE CAT TO BI-VECTORIAL TRANSPARENT MOTION

      Vision research
    99. CARANDINI M; MECHLER F; LEONARD CS; MOVSHON JA
      SPIKE TRAIN ENCODING BY REGULAR-SPIKING CELLS OF THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    100. FREIWALD WA; KREITER AK; SINGER W
      STIMULUS-DEPENDENT INTERCOLUMNAR SYNCHRONIZATION OF SINGLE-UNIT RESPONSES IN CAT AREA-17

      NeuroReport


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