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It has been suggested that "call-selective" neurons may play an important role in the encoding of vocalizations in primary auditory cortex (A1). For example, marmoset A1 neurons often respond more vigorously to natural than to time-reversed twitter calls, although the spectral energy distribution in the natural and time-reversed signals is the same. Neurons(More)
The long-term stability and low-frequency composition of local field potentials (LFPs) offer important advantages for robust and efficient neuroprostheses. However, cortical LFPs recorded by multi-electrode arrays are often assumed to contain only redundant information arising from the activity of large neuronal populations. Here we show that multichannel(More)
(2015). Evaluation of alternative intersections and interchanges: Volume I—Roundabout capacity and rollover analysis for heavy vehicles (Joint Transportation Re-ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The completion of this study would not have been possible without the help and support of a number of people. The authors would like to thank from the FHWA, and Craig Parks from(More)
The stability and frequency content of the local field potentials (LFP) offer key advantages for long-term, low-power neural interfaces. However, interpreting LFPs may require new signal processing techniques which should be informed by a scientific understanding of how these recordings arise from the coordinated activity of underlying neuronal populations.(More)
Motor cortical local field potentials (LFPs) have been successfully used to decode both kinematics and kinetics of arm movement. For future clinically viable prostheses, however, brain activity decoders will have to generalize well under a wide spectrum of behavioral conditions. This property has not yet been demonstrated clearly. Here, we provide evidence(More)
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