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Publications

In Preparation

● R. Nassiri, M.A. Escabí (in prep) The random chord stereogram: Binaurally correlated noise creates illusory moving ripples.

● M. A. Escabi, H.L. Read. (In prep) Neuronal mechanisms for spectral analysis in the auditory midbrain, thalamus, and cortex. To appear in: Auditory Spectral Processing (M. Malmierca, D.R.F. Irvine, Eds.), Academic Press.

● Read, HL, Miller, LM, Schreiner, CE, and Winer, JA Functional organization of thalamic neurons projecting to the central narrowbandwidth module in AI. in preparation (2003).

● Read, HL, Nauen, DW, Larue, DT, Schreiner, CE and Winer, JA Modular organization of thalamic projection neurons. in preparation (2003).

Journal Publications (For Educational Use Only)

● R.M. Roark and M.A. Escabí (1998). Design of digital FIR filters using cardinal B-splines. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Signal Processing, IEEE, vol. 1, pp. 57-60.

● R.M. Roark and M.A. Escabí. B-spline (1999) design of maximally flat and prolate spheroidal-type FIR filters. IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing, vol. 47, n. 3, pp. 701-716.

● R.M. Roark and M.A. Escabí (2000). Design of FIR filters with exceptional passband and stopband smoothness using a new transitional window. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, IEEE, pp. 96-99.

● L.M. Miller, M.A. Escabí, C.E. Schreiner (2001). Synchronous oscillation in the thalamocortical system and the effects of naturalistic ripple stimuli. In: Computational models of Auditory Function. S. Greenberg, M. Slaney (eds.), IOS Press.

● L.M. Miller, M.A. Escabí, H.L. Read, and C.E. Schreiner (2001). Feature selectivity and interneuronal cooperation in the thalamocortical system. J Neurosci 21(20): 8136-44. (PDF)

● L.M. Miller, M.A. Escabí, H.L. Read, and C.E. Schreiner (2001). Functional convergence of response properties in the auditory thalamocortical system. Neuron 32(1): 151-60. (PDF)

● L.M. Miller, M.A. Escabí, H.L. Read, and C.E. Schreiner (2002). Spectrotemporal receptive fields in the lemniscal auditory thalamus and cortex. J Neurophysiol 87(1): 516-27. (PDF)

● M.A. Escabí and C.E. Schreiner (2002). Nonlinear spectrotemporal sound analysis by neurons in the auditory midbrain. J Neurosci 22(10): 4114-31. (PDF)

● A. Qiu, C.E. Schreiner, and M.A. Escabí. (2003) Gabor analysis of auditory midbrain receptive fields: Spectro-temporal and binaural composition. J Neurophysiol. 90 (1): 456-476. (PDF)

● Escabí MA, Read HL. (2003) Representation of spectrotemporal sound information in the ascending auditory pathway. Biol Cybern.89 (5):350-62. (PDF)

● Escabí MA, Miller LM, Read HL, Schreiner CE. (2003) Naturalistic auditory contrast improves spectrotemporal coding in the cat inferior colliculus. J Neurosci. 23 (37):11489-504. (PDF)

● Escabí MA,Nassiri R, Miller LM, Schreiner CE, Read HL (2005) The contribution of spike threshold to acoustic feature selectivity, spike information content, and information throughput.. J Neurosci. 41 (25):9524-9534. (PDF)

 

● Siegel, RM and Read, HL, Models of the temporal dynamics of visual processing. J. Statistical Physics. 70:297-308 (1993).

● Read, HL, Beck, SG, and Dun, NJ, Serotonergic suppression of interhemispheric cortical synaptic potentials, Brain Res. 643 17-18(1994).

● Siegel, RM and Read, HL, Analysis of optic flow in the monkey parietal area 7a. Cerebral Cortex . 7 327-346 (1997).

● Read, HL and Siegel, RM, Modulation of Responses to Optic Flow in Area 7a by Retinotopic and Oculomotor Cues in Monkey. Cerebral Cortex (1997).

● Read, HL and Siegel, RM, On the origins of aperiodicities in sensory neuron entrainment. Neuroscience. 75(1): 301-344 (1998).

● Schreiner, CE, Read, HL, Sutter, ML. Modular organization of frequency integration in primary auditory cortex. Annu. Rev. Neurosci. 23: 501-529 (PDF)

● Read, HL, Winer, JA and Schreiner, CE Modular organization of intrinsic connections associated with spectral tuning in cat auditory cortex. PNAS 98: 8042-8047 (2000). (PDF)

● Siegel, RM and Read, H., Deterministic dynamics emerging from a cortical functional architecture. Neural Networks 14: 697-713 (2001).

● Read, HL, Winer, JA and Schreiner, CE Functional Architecture of Auditory Cortex. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 12(4):433-40 (2002). (PD

 

 

 

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