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Neural Synchrony in Cortical Networks: History, Concept and Current Status
Following the discovery of context-dependent synchronization of oscillatory neuronal responses in the visual system, the role of neural synchrony in cortical networks has been expanded to provide aExpand
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Gamma-Phase Shifting in Awake Monkey Visual Cortex
Gamma-band synchronization is abundant in nervous systems. Typically, the strength or precision of gamma-band synchronization is studied. However, the precise phase with which individual neurons areExpand
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Synchronization Dynamics in Response to Plaid Stimuli in Monkey V1
Gamma synchronization has generally been associated with grouping processes in the visual system. Here, we examine in monkey V1 whether gamma oscillations play a functional role in segmentingExpand
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Cortical visual areas in monkeys: location, topography, connections, columns, plasticity and cortical dynamics
The visual system is constantly challenged to organize the retinal pattern of stimulation into coherent percepts. This task is achieved by the cortical visual system, which is composed byExpand
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The neuroimaging signal is a linear sum of neurally distinct stimulus- and task-related components
Neuroimaging (for example, functional magnetic resonance imaging) signals are taken as a uniform proxy for local neural activity. By simultaneously recording electrode and neuroimaging (intrinsicExpand
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Gamma responses correlate with temporal expectation in monkey primary visual cortex.
Gamma oscillations have been linked to selective attention. Here, we investigate the effects of expecting a behaviorally relevant event (a change in the fixation point) on the oscillatory patterningExpand
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Orientation selectivity and noise correlation in awake monkey area V1 are modulated by the gamma cycle
Gamma-band synchronization adjusts the timing of excitatory and inhibitory inputs to a neuron. Neurons in the visual cortex are selective for stimulus orientation because of dynamic interactionsExpand
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Gamma Responses Correlate with Temporal Expectation in Monkey Primary Visual Cortex
Gamma oscillations have been linked to selective attention. Here, we investigate the effects of expecting a behaviorally relevant event (a change in the fixation point) on the oscillatory patterningExpand
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Responses to Natural Scenes in Cat V 1
[PDF] [Full Text] [Abstract] , March, 2008; 18 (3): 610-625. Cereb. Cortex Mitchell Steinschneider, Yonatan I. Fishman and Joseph C. Arezzo Primary Auditory Cortex (A1) of the Awake MonkeyExpand
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Context Matters: The Illusive Simplicity of Macaque V1 Receptive Fields
Even in V1, where neurons have well characterized classical receptive fields (CRFs), it has been difficult to deduce which features of natural scenes stimuli they actually respond to. Forward modelsExpand
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