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Concept Electrophysiology
Concept Behavioral Research
Academic Article Information about movement direction obtained from synchronous activity of motor cortical neurons.
Academic Article Excess synchrony in motor cortical neurons provides redundant direction information with that from coarse temporal measures.
Academic Article Sequential movement representations based on correlated neuronal activity.
Academic Article Spatiotemporal tuning of motor cortical neurons for hand position and velocity.
Academic Article Decoding continuous and discrete motor behaviors using motor and premotor cortical ensembles.
Academic Article Single-unit stability using chronically implanted multielectrode arrays.
Academic Article Fast and slow oscillations in human primary motor cortex predict oncoming behaviorally relevant cues.
Academic Article Functional connectivity and tuning curves in populations of simultaneously recorded neurons.
Academic Article Neuronal interactions improve cortical population coding of movement direction.
Academic Article Template-based spike pattern identification with linear convolution and dynamic time warping.
Academic Article Behavioral demonstration of a somatosensory neuroprosthesis.
Academic Article Improving brain-machine interface performance by decoding intended future movements.
Academic Article Consideration of the functional relationship between cortex and motor periphery improves offline decoding performance.
Academic Article Ultra-long term stability of single units using chronically implanted multielectrode arrays.
Academic Article A platform for semiautomated voluntary training of common marmosets for behavioral neuroscience.
Academic Article Dynamic structure of motor cortical neuron coactivity carries behaviorally relevant information.
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