Our peer-reviewed articles, fetched from PubMed
Histologic safety of transcranial focused ultrasound neuromodulation and magnetic resonance acoustic radiation force imaging in rhesus macaques and sheep. Brain Stimulation (), 13, 804-814. PMID: 32289711.
Ultrasound Elicits Behavioral Responses through Mechanical Effects on Neurons and Ion Channels in a Simple Nervous System. The Journal of Neuroscience (2018), 38, 3081-3091. PMID: 29463641.
Neuromodulation with transcranial focused ultrasound. Neurosurgical Focus (2018), 44, E14. PMID: 29385924.
Optimal decision making and matching are tied through diminishing returns. Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America (2017), 114, 8499-8504. PMID: 28739920.
Matching Behavior as a Tradeoff Between Reward Maximization and Demands on Neural Computation. F1000Research (2015), 4, 147. PMID: 26664702.
Reward Size Informs Repeat-Switch Decisions and Strongly Modulates the Activity of Neurons in Parietal Cortex. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) (2017), 27, 447-459. PMID: 26491065.
Cortical alpha activity predicts the confidence in an impending action. Frontiers In Neuroscience (2015), 9, 243. PMID: 26283892.
Cognitive and action-based aspects of developing decisions in parietal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience (2015), 35, 8382-3. PMID: 26041907.
Reward and punishment act as distinct factors in guiding behavior. Cognition (2015), 139, 154-67. PMID: 25824862.
Reward-based decision signals in parietal cortex are partially embodied. The Journal of Neuroscience (2015), 35, 4869-81. PMID: 25810518.
Motor role of parietal cortex in a monkey model of hemispatial neglect. Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America (2015), 112, E2067-72. PMID: 25759438.
NeuralAct: A Tool to Visualize Electrocortical (ECoG) Activity on a Three-Dimensional Model of the Cortex. Neuroinformatics (2015), 13, 167-74. PMID: 25381641.
Neuronal responses to target onset in oculomotor and somatomotor parietal circuits differ markedly in a choice task. Journal of Neurophysiology (2013), 110, 2247-56. PMID: 23966670.
A low-frequency oscillatory neural signal in humans encodes a developing decision variable. NeuroImage (2013), 83, 795-808. PMID: 23872495.
Evidence for a decision variable in the human motor system. The Journal of Neuroscience (2012), 32, 8110-1. PMID: 22699891.
Decoding flexion of individual fingers using electrocorticographic signals in humans. Journal of Neural Engineering (2009), 6, 066001. PMID: 19794237.