Here are the most recent 100 publications by Berkeley Neuroscience faculty. Click here to view all faculty publications on PubMed.

Identifying Computer-Generated Portraits: The Importance of Training and Incentives.

Related Articles Identifying Computer-Generated Portraits: The Importance of Training and Incentives. Perception. 2017 Jan 01;:301006617713633 Authors: Mader B, Banks MS, Farid H Abstract The past two decades have seen remarkable advances in photo-realistic rendering of everything from inanimate objects to landscapes, animals, and humans. We previously showed that despite these tremendous advances, human observers remain […]

The Importance of Knowing When You Don’t Remember: Neural Signaling of Retrieval Failure Predicts Memory Improvement Over Time.

Related Articles The Importance of Knowing When You Don’t Remember: Neural Signaling of Retrieval Failure Predicts Memory Improvement Over Time. Cereb Cortex. 2016 Nov 23;:1-13 Authors: Fandakova Y, Bunge SA, Wendelken C, Desautels P, Hunter L, Lee JK, Ghetti S Abstract Just as the ability to remember prior events is critical for guiding our decision-making, […]

Eye movement-invariant representations in the human visual system.

Related Articles Eye movement-invariant representations in the human visual system. J Vis. 2017 Jan 01;17(1):11 Authors: Nishimoto S, Huth AG, Bilenko NY, Gallant JL Abstract During natural vision, humans make frequent eye movements but perceive a stable visual world. It is therefore likely that the human visual system contains representations of the visual world that […]

Understanding and improving photo-control of ion channels in nociceptors with azobenzene photoswitches.

Related Articles Understanding and improving photo-control of ion channels in nociceptors with azobenzene photoswitches. Br J Pharmacol. 2017 Jun 20;: Authors: Mourot A, Herold C, Kienzler MA, Kramer RH Abstract BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: We previously developed a photoisomerizable local anaesthetic, named QAQ, to gain rapid, optical control over pain signaling without involving genetic modification. In […]

Short Time-Scale Sensory Coding in S1 during Discrimination of Whisker Vibrotactile Sequences.

Related Articles Short Time-Scale Sensory Coding in S1 during Discrimination of Whisker Vibrotactile Sequences. PLoS Biol. 2016 Aug;14(8):e1002549 Authors: McGuire LM, Telian G, Laboy-Juárez KJ, Miyashita T, Lee DJ, Smith KA, Feldman DE Abstract Rodent whisker input consists of dense microvibration sequences that are often temporally integrated for perceptual discrimination. Whether primary somatosensory cortex (S1) […]

Filling-in rivalry: Perceptual alternations in the absence of retinal image conflict.

Related Articles Filling-in rivalry: Perceptual alternations in the absence of retinal image conflict. J Vis. 2017 Jan 01;17(1):8 Authors: Chen Z, Maus GW, Whitney D, Denison RN Abstract During perceptual rivalry, an observer’s perceptual experience alternates over time despite constant sensory stimulation. Perceptual alternations are thought to be driven by conflicting or ambiguous retinal image […]

Investigation of Seizure-Susceptibility in a Drosophila Model of Human Epilepsy with Optogenetic Stimulation.

Related Articles Investigation of Seizure-Susceptibility in a Drosophila Model of Human Epilepsy with Optogenetic Stimulation. Genetics. 2017 Jun 19;: Authors: Saras A, Wu VV, Brawer HJ, Tanouye MA Abstract We examined seizure-susceptibility in a Drosophila model of human epilepsy using optogenetic stimulation of ReaChR opsin. Photostimulation of the seizure-sensitive mutant para(bss1) causes behavioral paralysis that […]

Understanding the boundary conditions of memory reconsolidation.

Related Articles Understanding the boundary conditions of memory reconsolidation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 07 12;113(28):E3991-2 Authors: Walker MP, Stickgold R PMID: 27364011 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

You’ll feel better in the morning: slow wave activity and overnight mood regulation in interepisode bipolar disorder.

Related Articles You’ll feel better in the morning: slow wave activity and overnight mood regulation in interepisode bipolar disorder. Psychol Med. 2017 Jun 19;:1-12 Authors: Soehner AM, Kaplan KA, Saletin JM, Talbot LS, Hairston IS, Gruber J, Eidelman P, Walker MP, Harvey AG Abstract BACKGROUND: Sleep disturbances are prominent correlates of acute mood episodes and […]

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