5 edition of Cortical circuits found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Edward L. White with Asaf Keller ; introduction by Thomas A. Woolsey.|
|LC Classifications||QP383 .W45 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||88037182|
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About this book This impression is attributable to the ease of getting lost in the ever-increasing sea of professional publications which do not state explicitly the ultimate goal of the research. On the other hand, many of the explicit models for brain function in the past were so far removed from experimental reality that they had very little. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: 1 Introduction.- 2 Techniques.- Single-Unit Recording.- Multi-Unit Analysis.- Limitations of Our Recordings Technique.- Analysis of Spike Trains by Renewal Density.- 3 The Spontaneous Firing of Cortical Neurons.- Patterns of Firing.-
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Reviewed in the United States on May 5, Aimed principally at the student and researcher working in cognitive neuroscience, this book reports the findings of the "Visual attention and cortical circuits" workshop held on Catalina Island, USA, in /5(2).
Cortical Circuits: "Synaptic Organization Of The Cerebral Cortex Structure, Function, And Theory": Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Visual Attention and Cortical Circuits (A Bradford Book) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5.
Cortical Circuits: Synaptic Organization of the Cerebral Cortex Structure, Function, and Theory Edward L. White Ph.D. (auth.) This elegant book presents current evidence on the organization of the mammalian cerebral cortex. Introduction This elegant book presents current evidence on the organization of the mammalian cerebral cortex.
The focus on synapses and their function provides the basis for understanding how this critical part of the brain could work. White and his colleague. Cortical Neurons and Circuits: A Tutorial Introduction Richard B.
Wells April, Abstract. This paper is a tutorial review of the structure, composition, and statistical modeling of the organization of the neocortex. It begins with a general overview of the layered structure of.
Neurophysiologists are often accused by colleagues in the physical sci ences of designing experiments without any underlying hypothesis. This impression is attributable to the ease of getting lost in the ever-increasing sea of professional publications which do not state explicitly the ultimate goal of the research.
temporal inference onto cortical circuitry. (Partial details of this work have been published earlier [9,14].) Deciphering the functional connectivity of the cortical circuits is a formidable task and is associated with the perils involved in the reverse engineering of a complex system.
The circuits derived in. Joseph E. LeDoux (born December 7, ) is an American neuroscientist whose research is primarily focused on survival circuits, including their impacts on emotions such as fear and anxiety. LeDoux is the Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Science at New York University, and director of the Emotional Brain Institute, a collaboration between NYU and New York State with research sites at NYU and.
A cerebello-thalamo-cortical circuit for error-related cognitive control. Anatomical studies in non-human primates have long documented connections between cerebral cortical structures and the cerebellar cortex via the cortico-ponto-cerebellar and cerebello-thalamocortical pathways (Brodal, ; Schmahmann and Pandya, ).
Visual Attention and Cortical Circuits. Edited by Jochen Braun, Christof Koch and Joel L. Davis. The book focuses mainly on the effects of visual attention on the ventral and dorsal streams of visual cortex in humans and monkeys and the associated changes in visual performance.
Several larger findings emerge: attention may involve more than. Cortical Circuits for the Control of Attention. This has led to increased experimental focus on how these widespread neurons form functional circuits.
The consensus across a large number of studies, including both animal electrophysiology and human imaging work, suggests attention stems from a frontal-parietal control network acting on.
Olsen SR, Bortone DS, Adesnik H, Scanziani M. Gain control by layer six in cortical circuits of vision. Nature. ; – [PMC free article] Nagel G, et al. Channelrhodopsin-2, a directly light-gated cation-selective membrane channel. "This elegant text addresses what is perhaps the most important conceptual development in late 20th-century neuropsychiatry.
There is now common agreement that brain-behavior relationships are predictably tied to the organization of discrete yet interconnected neural circuits that link the frontal and limbic cortices with the basal ganglia. Cerebellar Cerebro-Cortical Circuits Regulate ASD-Relevant Behaviors.
This month, another groundbreaking study provides fresh insights and new detailed maps that illustrate how a microzone in the. Contemporary research on the links between brain, mind, and human behavior has revealed the key role of the frontal-subcortical circuits in a wide range of neuropsychiatric syndromes and disorders.
This authoritative volume reviews current knowledge on the anatomy of these circuits, their connections to other brain regions, and their influences on motor, cognitive, affective, and behavioral.
Book Description A new approach to understanding the mammalian cerebral cortex develops by combining anatomy, physiology and mathematical and computer modeling to obtain a quantitative description of cortical by: cortical/subcortical neural systems, which we refer to as the dorsal and ven-tral circuits.
The ventral circuit, owing to substantial visual input from the medial temporal cortex and connectivity with the hypothalamus, learns about and iden-tiﬁes need-speciﬁc goal objects in the environment. The dorsal circuit, owing to substantial.
Visual Attention and Cortical Circuits Edited by Jochen Braun, Christof Koch and Joel L. Davis An attempt to derive a comprehensive theory of attention from both neurobiological and psychological data.
The vestibular system broadcasts head-movement-related signals to sensory areas throughout the brain, including visual cortex. These signals are cruci.
The volume begins with a short history of models of cortical neurons and circuitry that introduces the principal modeling styles. An attempt has been made throughout the volume to make it accessible to readers with minimal mathematical backgrounds.Get this from a library!
Local Cortical Circuits: an Electrophysiological Study. [Moshe Abeles] -- Neurophysiologists are often accused by colleagues in the physical sci ences of designing experiments without any underlying hypothesis.
This impression is attributable to the ease of getting lost.In summary, this issue of the Journal highlights cortical and limbic circuit alterations that are associated with various psychopathologies.
It is not surprising that these circuits are prominently associated with psychopathology, as they are critical in mediating the adaptive regulation of emotion, in integrating cognitive with emotional.