INS Student Publications

Selected Recent Publications from INS Students

Katz, L.N.*, Yates, J.L.*, Pillow, J.W., & Huk, A.C. 2016. Dissociated functional significance of decision-related activity in the primate dorsal stream. Nature, 535: 285–288. (*co-first authors)

Li CL, Aivar MP, Kit DM, Tong MH, Hayhoe MM. 2016. Memory and visual search in naturalistic 2D and 3D environments. Journal of Vision. 16(8):9. doi: 10.1167/

Khilkevich A, Halverson HE, Canton-Josh JE, Mauk MD. 2016. Links Between Single-Trial Changes and Learning Rate in Eyelid Conditioning. Cerebellum. 2016 Apr;15(2):112-21.

Stelly CE, Pomrenze MB, Cook JB, Morikawa H. 2016. Repeated social defeat stress enhances glutamatergic synaptic plasticity in the VTA and cocaine place conditioning. ELife. e15448

Warden A, Truitt J, Merriman M, Ponomareva O, Jameson K, Ferguson LB, Mayfield RD and Harris RA. 2016. Localization of PPAR isotypes in the adult mouse and human brain. Sci. Rep.6, 27618

Scholl BPattadkal JJ, Dilly GA, Zemelman BV, and Priebe NJ. 2015.  Local integration accounts for weak selectivity of mouse neocortical parvalbumin interneurons, Neuron, 87(2), pg. 424-436

Huckleberry KA, Kane GA, Mathis RJ, Cook SG, Clutton JE, and Drew MR. 2015. Behavioral experience induces zif268 expression in mature granule cells but suppresses its expression in immature granule cells. Front Sys Neurosci 9(118). doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2015.00118    

Latimer, K.W., Yates, J.L., Meister, M.L.R., Huk, A.C., & Pillow, J.W. 2015. Single-trial spike trains in parietal cortex reveal discrete steps during decision-making. Science, 349(6244): 184-187.

Bonnen K, Burge J, Yates J, Pillow J, Cormack LK. 2015. Continuous psychophysics: Target-tracking to measure visual sensitivity. Journal of vision 15.3 (2015): 14-14.

Bernier ME, Lacagnina AF, Drew MR. 2014. Potent attenuation of context fear by extinction training contiguous with acquisition.  Learning & Memory. 22:31-38.

Ferguson LB, Most D, Blednov YA, Harris RA. 2014. PPAR agonists regulate brain gene expression: Relationship to their effects on ethanol consumption. Neuropharmacology. doi: 10.1016/