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  1. Schuessler F, Dubreuil A, Mastrogiuseppe F, Ostojic S and Barak O (2020) Dynamics of random recurrent networks with correlated low-rank structure. Phys. Rev. Research, 2:013111.
  2. Beiran M, Dubreuil A, Valente A, Mastrogiuseppe F and Ostojic S (2020) Shaping dynamics with multiple populations in low-rank recurrent networks. arXiv, 2007.02062:q-bio.NC.
  3. Schuessler F, Mastrogiuseppe F, Dubreuil A, Ostojic S and Barak O (2020) The interplay between randomness and structure during learning in RNNs. NeurIPS.
  4. Dubreuil A, Valente A, Beiran M, Mastrogiuseppe F and Ostojic S (2020) Complementary roles of dimensionality and population structure in neural computations. bioRxiv.
  5. Guellaï B, Hausberger M, Chopin A and Streri A (2020) Premises of social cognition: Newborns are sensitive to a direct versus a faraway gaze. Scientific Reports, 10(1):1-8.
  6. Lisi M, Mongillo G, Milne G, Dekker T and Gorea A (2020) Discrete confidence levels revealed by sequential decisions. Nature Human Behaviour.
  7. Allard R, Ramanoel S, Silvestre D and Arleo A (2020) Variance-dependent neural activity in an unvoluntary averaging task. Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, (in press).
  8. Ramanoel S, Durteste M, Bécu M, Habas C and Arleo A (2020) Differential Brain Activity in Regions Linked to Visuospatial Processing During Landmark-Based Navigation in Young and Healthy Older Adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 14:552111.
  9. Bécu M, Sheynikhovich D, Ramanoël S, Tatur G, Ozier-Lafontaine A, Sahel J-A and Arleo A (2020) Modulation of spatial cue processing across the lifespan: a geometric polarization of space restores allocentric navigation strategies in children and older adults. bioRxiv.
  10. Bécu M, Sheynikhovich D, Tatur G, Agathos C, Bologna LL, Sahel JA and Arleo A (2020) Age-related preference for geometric spatial cues during real-world navigation. Nature Human Behaviour, 4(1):88-99.
  11. Li T, Arleo A and Sheynikhovich D (2020) A model of a panoramic visual representation in the dorsal visual pathway: the case of spatial reorientation and memory-based search. bioRxiv.
  12. Li T, Arleo A and Sheynikhovich D (2020) Modeling place cells and grid cells in multi-compartment environments: hippocampal-entorhinal loop as a multisensory integration circuit. Neural Networks, 121:37-51.
  13. Agathos CP, Ramanoel S, Bécu M, Bernardin D, Habas C and Arleo A (2020) Postural control while walking interferes with spatial learning in older adults navigating in a real Environment. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 12:588653.
  14. Luque NR, Naveros F, Carrillo RR, Ros E and Arleo A (2020) A computational model of homeostatic cerebellar compensation of ageing in vestibulo-ocular reflex adaptation. bioRxiv.
  15. Naveros F, Luque NR, Ros E and Arleo A (2020) VOR adaptation on a humanoid iCub robot using a spiking cerebellar model. IEEE Trans Cybern, 50(11):4744-57.
  16. Braham chaouche A, Silvestre D, Trognon A, Arleo A and Allard R (2020) Age-related decline in motion contrast sensitivity due to lower absorption rate of cones and calculation efficiency. Scientific Reports, 10(1):16521.
  17. Traber GL, della Volpe-Waize M, Maloca P, Schmidt-Erfurth U, Rubin G, Roska B, Cordeiro MF, Otto T, Weleber R, Lesmes LA, Arleo A and Scholl HPN (2020) New technologies for outcome measures in glaucoma: review by the European Vision Institute Special Interest Focus Group. Ophthalmic Research, [Epub ahead of print].


  1. Dubreuil AM (2019) Short term memory properties of sensory neural architectures. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 46(3):321?332.
  2. Spalla D, Dubreuil A, Rosay S, Monasson R and Treves A (2019) Can grid cell ensembles represent multiple spaces?. Neural Computation, 31(12):2324-2347.
  3. Durteste M, Kyselyova G, Volokha A, Judd A, Thorne C, Cortina-Borja M, Malyuta R, Martsynovska V, Nizova N and Bailey H (2019) Anxiety symptoms and felt stigma among young people living with perinatally or behaviourally-acquired HIV in Ukraine: A cross-sectional survey. PloS One, 14(1).
  4. Leyland L-A, Bremner FD, Mahmood R, Hewitt S, Durteste M, Cartlidge MRE, Lai MM-M, Miller LE, Saygin AP, Keane PA, Schrag AE and Weil RS (2019) Visual tests predict dementia risk in Parkinson disease. Neurology: Clinical Practice:10.1212/CPJ.0000000000000719.
  5. Chopin A, Chan SW, Guellai B, Bavelier D and Levi DM (2019) Binocular non-stereoscopic cues can deceive clinical tests of stereopsis. Scientific Reports, 9(1):5789.
  6. Chopin A, Bavelier D and Levi DM (2019) The prevalence and diagnosis of ‘stereoblindness' in adults less than 60 years of age: a best evidence synthesis. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 39(2):66-85.
  7. Chopin A, Bediou B and Bavelier D (2019) Altering perception: the case of action video gaming. Current Opinion in Psychology.
  8. Ramanoel S, York E, Le Petit M, Lagrené K, Habas C and Arleo A (2019) Age-related differences in functional and structural connectivity in spatial navigation brain network. Frontiers in Neural Circuits, 13:69.
  9. Li T, Arleo A and Sheynikhovich D (2019) Modeling place cells and grid cells in multi-compartment environments: hippocampal-entorhinal loop as a multisensory integration circuit. bioRxiv.
  10. Nael V, Peres K, Dartigues JF, Letenneur L, Amieva H, Arleo A, Scherlen AC, Tzourio C, Berr C, Carriere I, Delcourt C and Helmer C (2019) Vision loss and 12-year risk of dementia in older adults: the 3C cohort study. Eur. J. Epidemiol., 34:141-152.
  11. Nael V, Moreau G, Monferme S, Cougnard-Gregoire A, Scherlen AC, Arleo A, Korobelnik JF, Delcourt C and Helmer C (2019) Prevalence and Associated Factors of Uncorrected Refractive Error in Older Adults in a Population-Based Study in France. JAMA Ophthalmol, 137(1):3-11.
  12. Cosh S, Carrière I, Nael V, Tzourio C, Delcourt C and Helmer Cetal (2019) The association of vision loss and dimensions of depression over 12 years in older adults: Findings from the Three-City Study. J Affect Disord, 243:477-484.
  13. Agathos CP, Ramanoël S, Bécu M, Baranton K, Bernardin D and Arleo A (2019) An alternative view of dual-tasking in older adults: Cognitive-motor interference while navigating in an ecological environment. Neurophysiologie Clinique, 49(6):414.
  14. Luque NR, Naveros F, Carrillo RR, Ros E and Arleo A (2019) Spike burst-pause dynamics of Purkinje cells regulate sensorimotor adaptation. PLoS Comput. Biol., 15(3):e1006298.
  15. Silvestre D, Arleo A and Allard R (2019) Healthy aging impairs photon absorption efficiency of cones. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 60:544-551.
  16. Duvelle E, Grieves RaHV, Poucet B, Arleo A, Jeffery K and Save E (2019) Insensitivity of place cells to the value of spatial goals in a two-choice flexible navigation task. Journal of Neuroscience, 39(13):2522-2541.


  1. Torrance S and Schumann F (2018) The spur of the moment: what jazz improvisation tells cognitive science. AI & SOCIETY, 0(0):0.
  2. Mongillo G, Rumpel S and Loewenstein Y (2018) Inhibitory connectivity defines the realm of excitatory plasticity. Nature Neuroscience, 21(10):1463-1470.
  3. Ramanoel S, Hoyau E, Kauffmann L, Renard F, Pichat C, Boudiaf N, Krainik A, Jaillard A and Baciu M (2018) Gray Matter Volume and Cognitive Performance During Normal Aging. A Voxel-Based Morphometry Study. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 10:235.
  4. Ramanoel S, York E and Habas C (2018) Participation of the caudal cerebellar lobule IX to the dorsal attentional network. Cerebellum and Ataxias, 5(1):9.
  5. Ramanoel S, Chokron S, Ruxandra H, Kauffmann L, Chiquet C, Krainik A and Peyrin C (2018) Age-related macular degeneration changes the processing of visual scenes in the brain. Visual Neuroscience, 35:E006.
  6. Grant P, Maeng M, Arango T, Hogle R, Szlyk JP and Seiple W (2018) Performance of real-world functional tasks using the BrainPort Vision Pro in persons blinded by traumatic injury. Optometry and Vision Science, In Press.
  7. Seiple W, Overbury O, Rosenthal B, Arango T, Odom JV and Morse AR (2018) The effects of lighting on reading speed as a function of text size. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 73:7202345020p1-7202345020p7.
  8. Wittich W, St Amour L, Jarry J and Seiple W (2018) Test re-test variability of the LuxIQ lighting assessment. Optometry and Vision Science, In Press.
  9. Arango T, Morse AR and Seiple W (2018) Does the extended stimulus luminance range of the MAIA microperimeter have clinical value?. Optometry and Vision Science, In Press.
  10. Raphanel M, Shaughness G, H. Seiple W and Arleo A (2018) Current practice in low vision rehabilitation of age-related macular degeneration and usefulness of virtual reality as a rehabilitation tool. Journal of Aging Science, 6(2):194.
  11. Huth J, Masquelier T and Arleo A (2018) Convis: A Toolbox to Fit and Simulate Filter-Based Models of Early Visual Processing. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 12:9.
  12. Sheynikhovich D, Bécu M, Wu C and Arleo A (2018) Unsupervised detection of microsaccades in high-noise regime. Journal of Vision, 18(6):1-16.
  13. Cosh S, Nael V, Carrière I, Daien V, Amieva HDC and Helmer C (2018) The Sense-Cog Consortium. Bidirectional associations of vision and hearing loss with anxiety: prospective findings from the Three-City Study. Age and Ageing, 47(4):582-589.
  14. Luque NR, Naveros F, Carrillo RR, Ros E and Arleo A (2018) Spike burst-pause dynamics of Purkinje cells regulate sensorimotor adaptation. bioRxiv:347252.
  15. Carrillo RR, Naveros F, Ros E and Luque NR (2018) A Metric for Evaluating Neural Input Representation in Supervised Learning Networks. Frontiers in neuroscience, 12.
  16. Tartaglia EM, Boucly C, Tatur G and Arleo A (2018) Eye-movements as a signature of age-related differences in global planning strategies for spatial navigation. bioRxiv.
  17. Silvestre D, Arleo A and Allard R (2018) Internal noise sources limiting contrast sensitivity. Scientific Reports, 8(1):2596.
  18. Brasselet R and Arleo A (2018) Category structure and categorical perception jointly explained by similarity-based information theory. Entropy, 20(7):527.


  1. Wolf S, Dubreuil AM, Bertoni T, Böhm UL, Bormuth V, Candelier R, Karpenko S, Hildebrand DGC, Bianco IH, Monasson R and Debrégeas G (2017) Sensorimotor computation underlying phototaxis in zebrafish. Nature Communications, 8(1).
  2. Matricon P, Ranganathan A, Warnick E, Gao Z-G, Rudling A, Lambertucci C, Marucci G, Ezzati A, Jaiteh M, Dal Ben D, Jacobson KA and Carlsson J (2017) Fragment optimization for GPCRs by molecular dynamics free energy calculations: Probing druggable subpockets of the A2Aadenosine receptor binding site. Scientific Reports, 7(1):6398.
  3. Esseily R, Guellai B, Chopin A and Somogyi E (2017) L'écran est-il bon ou mauvais pour le jeune enfant ?. Spirale, 83(3):28-40.
  4. Schumann F and O’Regan JK (2017) Sensory augmentation: integration of an auditory compass signal into human perception of space. Scientific Reports, 7:42197.
  5. Mongillo G, Rumpel S and Loewenstein Y (2017) Intrinsic volatility of synaptic connections—a challenge to the synaptic trace theory of memory. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 46:7-13.
  6. Mongillo G and Loewenstein Y (2017) Neuroscience: Formation of a Percept in the Rat Cortex. Current Biology, 27(11):R423-R425.
  7. Peyrin C, Ramanoel S, Roux-Sibilon A, Chokron S and Hera R (2017) Scene perception in age-related macular degenration: Effect of spatial frequencies and contrast in residual vision. Vision Research, 130:36-47.
  8. Jackson ML and Seiple W (2017) Do individuals with Stargardt’s macular dystrophy fixate eccentrically when asked to look straight ahead?. Ophthalmology Retina, 1:524-530.
  9. Huth J, Masquelier T and Arleo A (2017) Convis: A Toolbox To Fit and Simulate Filter-based Models of Early Visual Processing. bioRxiv:169284.
  10. Nael V, Peres K, Carriere I, Daien V, Scherlen AC, Arleo A, Korobelnik JF, Delcourt C and Helmer C (2017) Visual Impairment, Undercorrected Refractive Errors, and Activity Limitations in Older Adults: Findings From the Three-City Alienor Study. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 58(4):2359-2365.
  11. Peres K, Matharan F, Daien V, Nael V, Edjolo A, Bourdel-Marchasson I, Ritchie K, Tzourio C, Delcourt C and Carriere I (2017) Visual Loss and Subsequent Activity Limitations in the Elderly: The French Three-City Cohort. American Journal of Public Health, 107(4):564-569.
  12. Agathos CP, Bernardin D, Baranton K, Assaiante C and Isableu B (2017) Drifting while stepping in place in old adults: Association of self-motion perception with reference frame reliance and ground optic flow sensitivity. Neuroscience, 347:134-147.
  13. Naveros F, Garrido JA, Carrillo RR, Ros E and Luque NR (2017) Event-and Time-Driven Techniques Using Parallel CPU-GPU Co-processing for Spiking Neural Networks. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 11.
  14. Tartaglia EM and Brunel N (2017) Bistability and up/down state alternations in inhibition-dominated randomly connected networks of LIF neurons. Scientific Reports, 7(1).
  15. Tartaglia E, Clarke A and Herzog M (2017) What to choose next? A paradigm for testing human sequential decision making. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:312.
  16. Allard R and Arleo A (2017) Factorizing the motion sensitivity function into equivalent input noise and calculation efficiency. Journal of Vision, 17(1):17.
  17. Allard R and Arleo A (2017) Reducing luminance intensity can improve motion perception in noise. Scientific Reports, 7:43140.
  18. Silvestre D, Cavanagh P, Arleo A and Allard R (2017) Adding temporally localized noise can enhance the contribution of target knowledge on contrast detection. Journal of Vision, 17:1-10.


  1. Dubreuil AM and Brunel N (2016) Storing structured sparse memories in a multi-modular cortical network model. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 40(2):157?175.
  2. Olive R, Wolf S, Dubreuil A, Bormuth V, Debregeas G and Candelier R (2016) Rheotaxis of larval zebrafish: behavioral study of a multi-sensory process. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 10:14.
  3. Fallet C, Lassalle A, Dubois-Chalumeau M and Y.Sirat G (2016) Accurate axial localization by conical diffraction beam shapin generating a dark-helix PSF. SPIE Proceedings, 9714.
  4. Chopin A, Levi DM, Knill D and Bavelier D (2016) The absolute disparity anomaly and the mechanism of relative disparities. Journal of Vision, 16(8 (2)):1-17.
  5. Guellaï B, Streri A, Chopin A, Rider D and Kitamura C (2016) Newborns' Sensitivity to the Visual Aspects of Infant-Directed Speech: Evidence From Point-Line Displays of Talking Faces. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.
  6. König SU, Schumann F, Keyser J, Goeke C, Krause C, Wache S, Lytochkin A, Ebert M, Brunsch V, Wahn B, Kaspar K, Nagel SK, Meilinger T, Bülthoff H, Wolbers T, Büchel C, König P, König SU, Schumann F, Keyser J, Goeke C, Krause C, Wache S, Lytochkin A, Ebert M, Brunsch V, Wahn B, Kaspar K, Nagel SK, Meilinger T, Bülthoff H, Wolbers T, Büchel C and König P (2016) Learning New Sensorimotor Contingencies: Effects of Long-Term Use of Sensory Augmentation on the Brain and Conscious Perception. PLOS ONE, 11(12):e0166647.
  7. Barri A, Wang Y, Hansel D and Mongillo G (2016) Quantifying repetitive transmission at chemical synapses: a generative-model approach. eNeuro:ENEURO-0113.
  8. Grant P, Spencer L, Arnoldussen A, Hogle R, Nau A, Szlyk JP, Nussdorf J, Fletcher D, Gordon K and Seiple W (2016) The functional performance of the BrainPort V100® device in persons who are profoundly blind. The Journal of Visual Impairments & Blindness, March-April:77-88.
  9. Seiple W, Jennings D, Rosen RB, Borchert L, Canale L, Faga N and Gordon MF (2016) Ophthalmologic baseline characteristics and 2-year ophthalmologic safety profile of Pramipexole IR versus Ropinirole IR in patients with early Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson Disease, 2016:1-14.
  10. Pilorge M, Fassier C, Le Corronc H, Potey A, Bai J, De Gois S, Delaby E, Assouline B, Guinchat V, Devillard F, Delorme R, Nygren G, Rastam M, Meier JC, Otani S, Cheval H, James VM, Topf M, Dear TN, Gillberg C, Leboyer M, Giros B, Gautron S, Hazan J, Harvey RJ, Legendre P and Betancur C (2016) Genetic and functional analyses demonstrate a role for abnormal glycinergic signaling in autism. Mol. Psychiatry, 21(7):936-945.
  11. Luque NR, Garrido JA, Naveros F, Carrillo RR, D'Angelo E and Ros E (2016) Distributed cerebellar motor learning: a spike-timing-dependent plasticity model. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 10.
  12. Garrido JA, Luque NR, Tolu S and DíAngelo E (2016) Oscillation-driven spike-timing dependent plasticity allows multiple overlapping pattern recognition in inhibitory interneuron networks. International Journal of Neural Systems, 26(05):1650020.
  13. D'Angelo E, Antonietti A, Casali S, Casellato C, Garrido JA, Luque NR, Mapelli L, Masoli S, Pedrocchi A, Prestori F and thers (2016) Modeling the Cerebellar Microcircuit: New Strategies for a Long-Standing Issue. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, 10.
  14. Jules Étienne C, Arleo A and Allard R (2016) Maximizing noise energy for noise-masking studies. Behavior Research Methods:1-13.
  15. Allard R and Faubert J (2016) The Role of Feature Tracking in the Furrow Illusion. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10:81.
  16. Kheradpisheh SR, Ganjtabesh M and Masquelier T (2016) Bio-inspired unsupervised learning of visual features leads to robust invariant object recognition. Neurocomputing, 205:382-392.
  17. Portelli G, Barrett JM, Hilgen G, Masquelier T, Maccione A, Di Marco S, Berdondini L, Kornprobst P and Sernagor E (2016) Rank order coding: a retinal information decoding strategy revealed by large-scale multielectrode array retinal recordings. eNeuro, 3(3).
  18. Masquelier T, Portelli G and Kornprobst P (2016) Microsaccades enable efficient synchrony-based coding in the retina: a simulation study. Scientific Reports, 6(24086).


  1. Verrel J, Almagor E, Schumann F, Lindenberger U and Kühn S (2015) Changes in neural resting state activity in primary and higher-order motor areas induced by a short sensorimotor intervention based on the Feldenkrais method. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9.
  2. Clark D, Schumann F and Mostofsky SH (2015) Mindful movement and skilled attention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:1-23.
  3. Kugler G, 't Hart BM, Kohlbecher S, Bartl K, Schumann F, Einhäuser W and Schneider E (2015) Visual Search in the Real World: Color Vision Deficiency Affects Peripheral Guidance, but Leaves Foveal Verification Largely Unaffected. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:1-7.
  4. Cavanagh P, Duyck M, Eymond C, Maus G, Schumann F, Störmer V, Veenemans A, Whitney D and Wu D-A (2015) Feeling the future. Journal of Vision, 15(12):1177.
  5. Tartaglia EM, Brunel N and Mongillo G (2015) Modulation of network excitability by persistent activity: how working memory affects the response to incoming stimuli. PLoS Computational Biology, 11(2):e1004059.
  6. Tartaglia EM, Mongillo G and Brunel N (2015) On the relationship between persistent delay activity, repetition enhancement and priming. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1590.
  7. Ramanoel S, Kauffmann L, Cousin E, Dojat M and Peyrin C (2015) Age-related differences in spatial frequency processing during scene categorization. PLoS One.
  8. Kauffmann L, Ramanoel S, Guyader N, Chauvin A and Peyrin C (2015) Spatial frequency processing in scene-selective cortical regions. NeuroImage.
  9. Blot K, Kimura S, Bai J, Kemp A, Manahanvaughan D, Giros B, Tzavara E and Otani S (2015) Modulation of Hippocampus-Prefrontal Cortex Synaptic Transmission and Disruption of Executive Cognitive Functions by MK-801. Cerebral Cortex, 25(5):1348-61.
  10. Ryotokuji K, Ishimaru K, Kihara K, Nakajima T, Otani S and Namiki Y (2015) Preliminary results of highly localized plantar irradiation with low incident levels of mid-infrared energy which contributes to the prevention of dementia associated with underlying diabetes mellitus. Laser Ther, 24(1):27-32.
  11. Ryotokuji K, Nakajima T, Ishimaru K, Ozakishimada A, Kihara K, Namiki Y and Otani S (2015) Effect of Stress-Free Therapy on immune system: Induction of Interleukin 10 expression in lymphocytes through activation of CD19(+) CD24(hi) CD38(hi) regulatory B Cells. Laser Ther, 24(3):179-88.
  12. Liu H, Yamaguchi T, Ryotokuji K, Otani S, Kobayashi H, Iseki M and Inada E (2015) The Impact of Chronic Social Stress on Emotional Behavior in Mice and the Therapeutic Effect of Peripheral Mild-Heat Stimulation. Health, 7(10):1294-1305.
  13. Otani S (2015) Mechanisms and Functions of Synaptic Plasticity in Mammalian Cortical Neurons. Juntendo Medical Journal, 61(2):171-174.
  14. Otani S, Jing B and Blot K (2015) Dopaminergic modulation of synaptic plasticity in rat prefrontal neurons. Neuroscience Bulletin, 31(2):183-190.
  15. Agathos CP, Bernardin D, Huchet D, Scherlen AC, Assaiante C and Isableu B (2015) Sensorimotor and cognitive factors associated with the age-related increase of visual field dependence: a cross-sectional study. Age, 37(4):67.
  16. Antonietti A, Casellato C, Garrido J, Luque N, Naveros F, Ros E, D Angelo E and Pedrocchi A (2015) Spiking Neural Network with Distributed Plasticity Reproduces Cerebellar Learning in Eye Blink Conditioning Paradigms. IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering.
  17. Naveros F, Luque NR, Garrido JA, Carrillo RR, Anguita M and Ros E (2015) A Spiking Neural Simulator Integrating Event-Driven and Time-Driven Computation Schemes Using Parallel CPU-GPU Co-Processing: A Case Study. Neural Networks and Learning Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 26(7):1567-1574.
  18. D’Angelo E, Mapelli L, Casellato C, Garrido JA, Luque N, Monaco J, Prestori F, Pedrocchi A and Ros E (2015) Distributed Circuit Plasticity: New Clues for the Cerebellar Mechanisms of Learning. The Cerebellum:1-13.
  19. Allard R, Faubert J and Pelli DG (2015) Editorial: Using visual noise to reveal the computations underlying perception. Frontiers in Psychology, 6(1707).
  20. Logiaco L, Quilodran R, Procyk E and Arleo A (2015) Spatiotemporal spike coding of behavioral adaptation in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex. PLoS Biology, 13(8):e1002222.


  1. Dubreuil AM, Amit Y and Brunel N (2014) Memory capacity of networks with stochastic binary synapses. PLoS computational biology, 10(8):e1003727.
  2. Wache S, Keyser J, König SU, Schumann F, Wolbers T, Büchel C and König P.
  3. Onat S, Açık A, Schumann F, König P, Açık A, Schumann F and König P (2014) The Contributions of Image Content and Behavioral Relevancy to Overt Attention. PLoS ONE, 9(4):e93254.
  4. Mongillo G, Shteingart H and Loewenstein Y (2014) The misbehavior of reinforcement learning. Proceedings of the IEEE, 102(4):528-541.
  5. Mongillo G, Shteingart H and Loewenstein Y (2014) Race Against the Machine [Further Thoughts]. Proceedings of the IEEE, 102(4):542-543.
  6. Kauffmann L, Ramanoel S and Peyrin C (2014) The neural bases of spatial frequency processing during scene perception. Frontiers in Integrative Neurosciences.
  7. Musel B, Kauffmann L, Ramanoel S, Giavarini C, Guyader N, Chauvin A and Peyrin C (2014) Coarse-to-fine processing of visual scenes within scene-selective cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
  8. Bai J, Blot K, Tzavara E, Nosten-Bertrand M, Giros B and Otani S (2014) Inhibition of dopamine transporter activity impairs synaptic depression in rat prefrontal cortex through over-stimulation of D1 receptors. Cerebral Cortex, 24(4):945-55.
  9. Ryotokuji K, Ishimaru K, Kihara K, Namiki Y, Nakashima T and Otani S (2014) Effect of Stress-free Therapy on Cerebral Blood Flow: Comparisons among patients with metabolic cardiovascular disease, healthy subjects and placebo-treated subjects. Laser Therapy, 23(1):9-12.
  10. Casellato C, Antonietti A, Garrido JA, Carrillo RR, Luque NR, Ros E, Pedrocchi A and D'Angelo E (2014) Adaptive Robotic Control Driven by a Versatile Spiking Cerebellar Network. PLoS ONE, 9(11):e112265.
  11. Luque NR, Garrido JA, Carrillo RR, D'Angelo E and Ros E (2014) Fast convergence of learning requires plasticity between inferior olive and deep cerebellar nuclei in a manipulation task: a closed-loop robotic simulation. Frontiers in computational neuroscience, 8.
  12. Luque NR, Carrillo RR, Naveros F, Garrido JA and Sáez-Lara MJ (2014) Integrated neural and robotic simulations. Simulation of cerebellar neurobiological substrate for an object-oriented dynamic model abstraction process. Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 62(12):1702-1716.
  13. Allard R and Faubert J (2014) To characterize contrast detection, noise should be extended, not localized. Frontiers in Psychology, 5.
  14. Allard R and Faubert J (2014) Motion processing: The most sensitive detectors differ in temporally localized and extended noise. Frontiers in Psychology, 5.
  15. Allard R and Faubert J (2014) An expansive, cone-specific nonlinearity enabling the luminance motion system to process color-defined motion. Journal of Vision, 14(8).
  16. Masquelier T (2014) Oscillations can reconcile slowly changing stimuli with short neuronal integration and STDP timescales. Network: Computation in Neural Systems (special issue on Computations in oscillating neuronal networks), 25(1-2):85-96.
  17. Korotchenko S, Cingolani LA, Kuznetsova T, Bologna LL, Chiappalone M and Dityatev A (2014) Modulation of network activity and induction of homeostatic synaptic plasticity by enzymatic removal of heparan sulfates. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 369(1654).


  1. Chopin A and Mamassian P (2013) Response: Genuine long-term positive aftereffects. Current biology, 23(10):R439-40.
  2. Seiple W, Rosen RB and Garcia PM (2013) Abnormal fixation in individuals with age-related macular degeneration when viewing an image of a face. Optometry and Vision Science, 90(1):45-56.
  3. Sheynikhovich D, Otani S and Arleo A (2013) Dopaminergic control of LTD/LTP threshold in prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(34):13914-26.
  4. Blot K, Bai J and Otani S (2013) The effect of non-competitive NMDA receptor antagonist MK-801 on neuronal activity in rodent prefrontal cortex: an animal model for cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia. Journal of physiology, Paris, 107(6):448-51.
  5. Tolu S, Vanegas M, Garrido JA, Luque NR and Ros E (2013) Adaptive and predictive control of a simulated robot arm. International journal of neural systems, 23(03):1350010.
  6. Garrido JA, Luque NR, D'Angelo E and Ros E (2013) Distributed cerebellar plasticity implements adaptable gain control in a manipulation task: a closed-loop robotic simulation. Frontiers in neural circuits, 7.
  7. Allard R and Faubert J (2013) No second-order motion system sensitive to high temporal frequencies. Journal of Vision, 13(5).
  8. Allard R, Renaud J, Molinatti S and Faubert J (2013) Contrast sensitivity, healthy aging and noise. Vision Research, 92(0):47-52.
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  1. Chopin A, Mamassian P and Blake R (2012) Stereopsis and binocular rivalry are based on perceived rather than physical orientations. Vision research, 63:63-68.
  2. Harris JM, Chopin A, Zeiner KM and Hibbard PB (2012) Perception of relative depth interval: systematic biases in perceived depth. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65(1):73-91.
  3. Chopin A and Mamassian P (2012) Predictive Properties of Visual Adaptation. Current Biology, 22(7):622-626.
  4. Mongillo G, Hansel D and van Vreeswijk C (2012) Bistability and spatiotemporal irregularity in neuronal networks with nonlinear synaptic transmission. Physical Review Letters, 108(15):158101.
  5. Wardak C, Ramanoel S, Guipponi O, Boulinguez P, Hamed B and . (2012) Proactive inhibitory control varies with task context. European Journal of Neuroscience.
  6. Crossland MD, Jackson M and Seiple W (2012) Microperimetry: a review of fundus related perimetry. Optometry Reports, 2012:E2.
  7. Seiple W, Rosen RB, Castro-Lima V and Garcia PM (2012) The physics and psychophysics of microperimetry. Optometry and Vision Science, 89(8):1182-91.
  8. Ishikawa S, Saito Y, Yanagawa Y, Otani S, Hiraide S, Shimamura K, Matsumoto M and Togashi H (2012) Early postnatal stress alters extracellular signal-regulated kinase signaling in the corticolimbic system modulating emotional circuitry in adult rats. European Journal of Neuroscience, 35(1):135-145.
  9. Saito Y, Matsumoto M, Otani S, Yanagawa Y, Hiraide S, Ishikawa S, Kimura SI, Shimamura KI and Togashi H (2012) Phase-dependent synaptic changes in the hippocampal CA1 field underlying extinction processes in freely moving rats. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, 97(4):361-369.
  10. Baudin A, Blot K, Verney C, Estevez L, Santamaria J, Gressens P, Giros B, Otani S, Daugé V and Naudon L (2012) Maternal deprivation induces deficits in temporal memory and cognitive flexibility and exaggerates synaptic plasticity in the rat medial prefrontal cortex. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory, 98(3):207-214.
  11. Tolu S, Vanegas M, Luque NR, Garrido JA and Ros E (2012) Bio-inspired adaptive feedback error learning architecture for motor control. Biological cybernetics, 106(8-9):507-522.
  12. Luque NR, Garrido JA, Ralli J, Laredo JJ and Ros E (2012) From sensors to spikes: evolving receptive fields to enhance sensorimotor information in a robot-arm. International Journal of Neural Systems, 22(04).
  13. Allard R and Cavanagh P (2012) Different processing strategies underlie voluntary averaging in low and high noise. Journal of Vision, 12(11).
  14. Zanotti J-M, Lagrené K, Malikova N, Judeinstein P, Panesar K, Ollivier J, Rols S, Mayne-L’Hermite M, Pinault M and Boulanger P (2012) Nanometric confinement: Toward new physical properties and technological developments. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 213(1):129-148.
  15. Passot J-B, Sheynikhovich D, Duvelle E and Arleo A (2012) Contribution of cerebellar sensorimotor adaptation to hippocampal spatial memory. PLoS ONE, 7(4):e32560.


  1. Chopin A and Mamassian P (2011) Usefulness influences visual appearance in motion transparency depth rivalry. Journal of Vision, 11(7):18.
  2. Kugler G, 't Hart BM, Kohlbecher S, Bartl K, Schumann F, Einhäuser W, Brandt T and Schneider E (2011) Farb- und formbasierte visuelle Suche bei unterschiedlichen Farbsehfähigkeiten in natürlicher Umgebung. Klinische Neurophysiologie, 42(01).
  3. Roxin A, Brunel N, Hansel D, Mongillo G and van Vreeswijk C (2011) On the distribution of firing rates in networks of cortical neurons. Journal of Neuroscience, 31(45):16217-16226.
  4. Grant P, Seiple W and Szlyk JP (2011) Effect of depression on actual and perceived effects of reading rehabilitation for people with central vision loss. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, 48(9):1101-8.
  5. Landa G, Su E, Garcia PM, Seiple WH and Rosen RB (2011) Inner segment-outer segment junctional layer integrity and corresponding retinal sensitivity in dry and wet forms of age-related macular degeneration. Retina, 31(2):364-70.
  6. Seiple W, Grant P and Szlyk JP (2011) Reading rehabilitation of individuals with AMD: relative effectiveness of training approaches. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 52(6):2938-44.
  7. Anastasakis A, McAnany JJ, Fishman GA and Seiple WH (2011) Clinical value, normative retinal sensitivity values, and intrasession repeatability using a combined spectral domain optical coherence tomography/scanning laser ophthalmoscope microperimeter. Eye, 25(2):245-51.
  8. Sheynikhovich D, Otani S and Arleo A (2011) The role of tonic and phasic dopamine for long-term synaptic plasticity in the prefrontal cortex: a computational model. Journal of Physiology P, 105 (1-3):45-52.
  9. Kamiyama H, Matsumoto M, Otani S, Kimura SI, Shimamura KI, Ishikawa S, Yanagawa Y and Togashi H (2011) Mechanisms underlying ketamine-induced synaptic depression in rat hippocampus-medial prefrontal cortex pathway. Neuroscience, 177(2):159-169.
  10. Lee YA, Poirier P, Otani S and Goto Y (2011) Dorsal-ventral distinction of chronic stress-induced electrophysiological alterations in the rat medial prefrontal cortex. Neuroscience, 183(23):108-120.
  11. Luque NR, Garrido JA, Carrillo RR, Tolu S and Ros E (2011) Adaptive cerebellar spiking model embedded in the control loop: context switching and robustness against noise. International Journal of Neural Systems, 21(05):385-401.
  12. Luque NR, Garrido J, Carrillo RR, Coenen OJ, Ros E and thers (2011) Cerebellar input configuration toward object model abstraction in manipulation tasks. Neural Networks, IEEE Transactions on, 22(8):1321-1328.
  13. Luque NR, Garrido JA, Carrillo RR, Coenen OJ and Ros E (2011) Cerebellarlike corrective model inference engine for manipulation tasks. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B: Cybernetics, IEEE Transactions on, 41(5):1299-1312.
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  15. Bologna LL, Pinoteau J, Brasselet R, Maggiali M and Arleo A (2011) Encoding/decoding of first and second order tactile afferents in a neurorobotic application. Journal of Physiology P, 105 (1-3):25-35.
  16. Brasselet R, Johansson RS and Arleo A (2011) Quantifying neurotransmission reliability through metrics based information analysis. Neural Computation, 23(4):852-881.
  17. Martinet L-E, Sheynikhovich D, Benchenane K and Arleo A (2011) Spatial Learning and Action Planning in a Prefrontal Cortical Network Model. PLoS Comput Biol, 7(5):e1002045.


  1. Chopin A and Mamassian P (2010) Task usefulness affects perception of rivalrous images. Psychological Science, 21(12):1886-1893.
  2. Landa G, Rosen RB, Garcia PM and Seiple WH (2010) Combined three-dimensional spectral OCT/SLO topography and Microperimetry: steps toward achieving functional spectral OCT/SLO. Ophthalmic Research, 43(2):92-8.
  3. Lima VC, Prata TS, De Moraes CG, Kim J, Seiple W, Rosen RB, Liebmann JM and Ritch R (2010) A comparison between microperimetry and standard achromatic perimetry of the central visual field in eyes with glaucomatous paracentral visual-field defects. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 94(1):64-7.
  4. Dollé L, Sheynikhovich D, Girard B, Chavarriaga R and Guillot A (2010) Path planning versus cue responding: a bioinspired model of switching between navigation strategies. Biological Cybernetics, 103(4):299-317.
  5. Sheynikhovich D and Arleo A (2010) A reinforcement learning approach to model interactions between landmarks and geometric cues during spatial learning. Brain Research, 1365:35-47.
  6. Marzo A, Bai JJ, Vanhoutte P and Otani S (2010) Cellular mechanisms of long-term depression induced by noradrenaline in rat prefrontal neurons. Neuroscience, 169(1):74-86.
  7. Goto Y, Yang CR and Otani S (2010) Functional and Dysfunctional Synaptic Plasticity in Prefrontal Cortex: Roles in Psychiatric Disorders. Biol Psychiatry, 67(3):199-207.
  8. Lagrené K, Zanotti J-M, Daoud M, Farago B and Judeinstein P (2010) Large-scale dynamics of a single polymer chain under severe confinement. Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 81(6):3-6.
  9. Lagrené K, Zanotti J-M, Daoud M, Farago B and Judeinstein P (2010) Dynamical behavior of a single polymer chain under nanometric confinement. The European Physical Journal Special Topics, 189(1):231-237.
  10. Arleo A, Nieus T, Bezzi M, D'Errico A, D'Angelo E and Coenen OJM (2010) How synaptic release probability shapes neuronal transmission: Information theoretic analysis in a cerebellar granule cell. Neural Computation, 22(8):2031-2058.


  1. Einhäuser W, Moeller GU, Schumann F, Conradt J, Vockeroth J, Bartl K, Schneider E and König P (2009) Eye-head coordination during free exploration in human and cat. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1164:353-66.
  2. Einhäuser W, Schumann F, Vockeroth J, Bartl K, Cerf M, Harel J, Schneider E and König P (2009) Distinct roles for eye and head movements in selecting salient image parts during natural exploration. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1164:188-93.
  3. 't Hart MB, Vockeroth J, Schumann F, Bartl K, Schneider E, König P and Einhäuser W (2009) Gaze allocation in natural stimuli: Comparing free exploration to head-fixed viewing conditions. Visual Cognition, 17(6-7):1132-1158.
  4. Açik A, Onat S, Schumann F, Einhäuser W and König P (2009) Effects of luminance contrast and its modifications on fixation behavior during free viewing of images from different categories. Vision research, 49(12):1541-53.
  5. Sheynikhovich D, Chavarriaga R, Strösslin T, Arleo A and Gerstner W (2009) Is there a geometric module for spatial orientation? Insights from a rodent navigation model. Psychological Review, 116(3):540-566.
  6. Araki M, Yanagida M and Okada TS (2009) Background dopamine concentration dependently facilitates long-term potentiation in rat prefrontal cortex through postsynaptic activation of extracellular signal-regulated kinases. Cerebral Cortex, 19(11):2708-18.
  7. Marzo A, Bai J and Otani S (2009) Neuroplasticity Regulation by Noradrenaline in Mammalian Brain. Current Neuropharmacology, 7(4):286-295.
  8. Lagacé-Nadon S, Allard R and Faubert J (2009) Exploring the spatiotemporal properties of fractal rotation perception. Journal of vision, 9:3.


  1. Schumann F, Einhäuser-Treyer W, Vockeroth J, Bartl K, Schneider E and König P (2008) Salient features in gaze-aligned recordings of human visual input during free exploration of natural environments. Journal of vision, 8(14):12.1-17.
  2. Mongillo G, Barak O and Tsodyks M (2008) Synaptic theory of working memory. Science, 319(5869):1543-1546.
  3. Mongillo G and Deneve S (2008) Online learning with hidden Markov models. Neural Computation, 20(7):1706-1716.
  4. Greenstein VC, Santos RA, Tsang SH, Smith RT, Barile GR and Seiple W (2008) Preferred retinal locus in macular disease: characteristics and clinical implications. Retina, 28(9):1234-40.
  5. Soong GP, Shapiro M, Seiple W and Szlyk JP (2008) Macular structure and vision of patients with macular heterotopia secondary to retinopathy of prematurity. Retina, 28(8):1111-6.
  6. Vajaranant TS, Fishman GA, Szlyk JP, Grant-Jordan P, Lindeman M and Seiple W (2008) Detection of mosaic retinal dysfunction in choroideremia carriers electroretinographic and psychophysical testing. Ophthalmology, 115(4):723-9.
  7. Allard R and Faubert J (2008) The noisy-bit method for digital displays: Converting a 256 luminance resolution into a continuous resolution. Behavior Research Methods, 40(3):735-743.
  8. Allard R and Faubert J (2008) First- and second-order motion mechanisms are distinct at low but common at high temporal frequencies. Journal of Vision, 8(2):1-17.


  1. Einhäuser W, Schumann F, Bardins S, Bartl K, Böning G, Schneider E and König P (2007) Human eye-head co-ordination in natural exploration. Network (Bristol, England), 18(3):267-97.
  2. Greenstein VC, Chiosi F, Baker P, Seiple W, Holopigian K, Braunstein RE and Sparrow JR (2007) Scotopic sensitivity and color vision with a blue-light-absorbing intraocular lens. Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery, 33(4):667-72.
  3. Holopigian K, Wynn P, Seiple W, Carr RE and Hood DC (2007) Eccentricity-dependent changes in local onset and offset responses in patients with progressive cone dystrophy. Vision Research, 47(17):2297-304.
  4. Kim LS, Fishman GA, Seiple WH, Szlyk JP and Stone EM (2007) Retinal dysfunction in carriers of bardet-biedl syndrome. Ophthalmic Genetics, 28(3):163-8.
  5. Kim LS, Seiple W, Fishman GA and Szlyk JP (2007) Multifocal ERG findings in carriers of X-linked retinoschisis. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 114(1):21-6.
  6. Goto Y, Otani S and Grace AA (2007) The Yin and Yang of Dopamine Release: A New Perspective. Neuropharmacology, 53(5):583-587.
  7. Allard R and Faubert J (2007) Double dissociation between first- and second-order processing. Vision Research, 47(9):1129-1141.
  8. Legault I, Allard R and Faubert J (2007) Normal aging and the perception of curvature shapes. Optometry & Vision Science, 84(12):1087-1092.
  9. Lagrené K and Zanotti JM (2007) Anodic aluminium oxide: Concurrent SEM and SANS characterisation. Influence of AAO confinement on PEO mean-square displacement. European Physical Journal: Special Topics, 141:261-265.
  10. Arleo A and Rondi-Reig L (2007) Multimodal sensory integration and concurrent navigation strategies for spatial cognition in real and artificial organisms. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 6(3):327-366.
  11. Arleo A and Chavarriaga R (2007) (editors). Special Issue on Multisensory integration and parallel memory systems for spatial cognition. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 6(3).


  1. Romani S, Amit DJ and Mongillo G (2006) Mean-field analysis of selective persistent activity in presence of short-term synaptic depression. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 20(2):201-217.
  2. Seiple W, Szlyk JP, Paliga J and Rabb MF (2006) Perifoveal function in patients with North Carolina macular dystrophy: the importance of accounting for fixation locus. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 47(4):1703-9.
  3. Sheynikhovich D, Chavarriaga R, Strösslin T and Gerstner W (2006) Adaptive sensory processing for efficient place coding. Neurocomputing, 69(10-12):1211-1214.
  4. Matsuda Y, Marzo A and Otani S (2006) The presence of background dopamine signal converts long-term synaptic depression to potentiation in rat prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 26(18):4803-4810.
  5. Allard R and Faubert J (2006) Same calculation efficiency but different internal noise for luminance- and contrast-modulated stimuli detection. Journal of Vision, 6(4):322-334.


  1. Mongillo G, Curti E, Romani S and Amit DJ (2005) Learning in realistic networks of spiking neurons and spike-driven plastic synapses. European Journal of Neuroscience, 21(11):3143-3160.
  2. Seiple W, Holopigian K, Clemens C, Greenstein VC and Hood DC (2005) The multifocal visual evoked potential: an objective measure of visual fields?. Vision Research, 45(9):1155-63.
  3. Seiple W, Szlyk JP, McMahon T, Pulido J and Fishman GA (2005) Eye-movement training for reading in patients with age-related macular degeneration. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 46(8):2886-96.
  4. Szlyk JP, Mahler CL, Seiple W, Edward DP and Wilensky JT (2005) Driving performance of glaucoma patients correlates with peripheral visual field loss. Journal of Glaucoma, 14(2):145-50.
  5. Szlyk JP, Paliga J, Seiple W and Rabb MF (2005) Comprehensive functional vision assessment of patients with North Carolina macular dystrophy (MCDR1). Retina, 25(4):489-97.
  6. Szlyk JP, Seiple W, Stelmack J and McMahon T (2005) Use of prisms for navigation and driving in hemianopic patients. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics, 25(2):128-35.
  7. Szlyk JP, Vajaranant TS, Rana R, Lai WW, Pulido JS, Paliga J, Blair NP and Seiple W (2005) Assessing responses of the macula in patients with macular holes using a new system measuring localized visual acuity and the mfERG. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 110(2-3):181-91.
  8. Alexander KR, Rajagopalan AS, Seiple W, Zemon VM and Fishman GA (2005) Contrast response properties of magnocellular and parvocellular pathways in retinitis pigmentosa assessed by the visual evoked potential. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 46(8):2967-73.
  9. Strösslin T, Sheynikhovich D, Chavarriaga R and Gerstner W (2005) Robust self-localisation and navigation based on hippocampal place cells. Neural Networks, 8(19):1125-1140.
  10. Chavarriaga R, Strösslin T, Sheynikhovich D and Gerstner W (2005) Competition between cue response and place response : A model of rat navigation behaviour. Connection Science, 17(1-2):167-183.
  11. Chavarriaga R, Strösslin T, Sheynikhovich D and Gerstner W (2005) A Computational Model of Parallel Navigation Systems in Rodents. Neuroinformatics, 3(3):223-242.
  12. Boucheny C, Brunel N and Arleo A (2005) A continuous attractor network model without recurrent excitation: maintenance and integration in the head direction cell system. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 18(2):205-227.
  13. Burguière E, Arleo A, Hojjati M, Elgersma Y, De Zeeuw CI, Berthoz A and Rondi-Reig L (2005) Spatial navigation impairment in mice lacking cerebellar LTD: a motor adaptation deficit?. Nature Neuroscience, 8(10):1292-1294.


  1. Schumann F (2004) Embodied cognitive science - is it part of cognitive science? Analysis within a philosophy of science background. PICS - Publications of the Institute of Cognitive Science, 3.
  2. Curti E, Mongillo G, Camera GLa and Amit DJ (2004) Mean field and capacity in realistic networks of spiking neurons storing sparsely coded random memories. Neural Computation, 16(12):2597-2637.
  3. Greenstein VC, Holopigian K, Seiple W, Carr RE and Hood DC (2004) Atypical multifocal ERG responses in patients with diseases affecting the photoreceptors. Vision Research, 44(25):2867-74.
  4. Holopigian K, Greenstein VC, Seiple W, Hood DC and Carr RE (2004) Rod and cone photoreceptor function in patients with cone dystrophy. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 45(1):275-81.
  5. Seiple W, Clemens CJ, Greenstein VC, Carr RE and Holopigian K (2004) Test-retest reliability of the multifocal electroretinogram and humphrey visual fields in patients with retinitis pigmentosa. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 109(3):255-72.
  6. Seiple W, Holopigian K, Szlyk JP and Wu C (2004) Multidimensional visual field maps: relationships among local psychophysical and local electrophysiological measures. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, 41(3A):359-72.
  7. Szlyk JP, Mahler CL, Seiple W, Vajaranant TS, Blair NP and Shahidi M (2004) Relationship of retinal structural and clinical vision parameters to driving performance of diabetic retinopathy patients. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, 41(3A):347-58.
  8. Arleo A, Smeraldi F and Gerstner W (2004) Cognitive navigation based on nonuniform Gabor space sampling, unsupervised growing networks, and reinforcement learning. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 15(3):639-652.
  9. Zugaro MB, Arleo A, Déjean C, Burguière E, Khamassi M and Wiener SI (2004) Rat anterodorsal thalamic head direction neurons depend upon dynamic visual signals to select anchoring landmark cues. European Journal of Neuroscience, 20(2):530-536.
  10. Degris T, Sigaud O, Wiener SI and Arleo A (2004) Rapid response of head direction cells to reorienting visual cues: A computational model. Neurocomputing, 58-60C:675-682.


  1. Mongillo G, Amit DJ and Brunel N (2003) Retrospective and prospective persistent activity induced by Hebbian learning in a recurrent cortical network. European Journal of Neuroscience, 18(7):2011-2024.
  2. Amit DJ and Mongillo G (2003) Spike-driven synaptic dynamics generating working memory states. Neural Computation, 15(3):565-596.
  3. Amit DJ and Mongillo G (2003) Selective delay activity in the cortex: phenomena and interpretation. Cerebral Cortex, 13(11):1139-1150.
  4. Naidu S, Lee JE, Holopigian K, Seiple WH, Greenstein VC and Stenson SM (2003) The effect of variably tinted spectacle lenses on visual performance in cataract subjects. Eye & Contact Lens: Science & Clinical Practice, 29(1):17-20.
  5. Seiple W, Vajaranant TS, Szlyk JP, Clemens C, Holopigian K, Paliga J, Badawi D and Carr RE (2003) Multifocal electroretinography as a function of age: the importance of normative values for older adults. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 44(4):1783-92.
  6. Barbara JG, Auclair N, Roisin MP, Otani S, Valjent E, Caboche J, Soubrie P and Crepel F (2003) Direct and indirect interactions between cannabinoid CB1 receptor and group II metabotropic glutamate receptor signalling in layer V pyramidal neurons from the rat prefrontal cortex. European Journal of Neuroscience, 17(5):981-990.
  7. Otani S (2003) Prefrontal cortex function, quasi-physiological stimuli, and synaptic plasticity. Journal of Physiology - Paris, 97(4):423-430.
  8. Otani S, Daniel H, Roisin MP and Crepel F (2003) Dopaminergic modulation of long-term synaptic plasticity in rat prefrontal neurons. Cerebral Cortex, 13(11):1251-56.
  9. Zugaro MB, Arleo A, Berthoz A and Wiener SI (2003) Rapid spatial reorientation and head direction cells. Journal of Neuroscience, 23(8):3478-3482.
  10. Wiener SI and Arleo A (2003) Persistent activity in limbic system neurons: neurophysiological and modeling perspectives. Journal of Physiology P, 97(4-6):547-555.


  1. Holopigian K, Seiple W, Greenstein VC, Hood DC and Carr RE (2002) Local cone and rod system function in progressive cone dystrophy. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 43(7):2364-73.
  2. Lee JE, Stein JJ, Prevor MB, Seiple WH, Holopigian K, Greenstein VC and Stenson SM (2002) Effect of variable tinted spectacle lenses on visual performance in control subjects. CLAO Journal, 28(2):80-2.
  3. Seiple W, Clemens C, Greenstein VC, Holopigian K and Zhang X (2002) The spatial distribution of selective attention assessed using the multifocal visual evoked potential. Vision Research, 42(12):1513-21.
  4. Seiple W, Greenstein VC, Holopigian K, Carr RE and Hood DC (2002) A method for comparing psychophysical and multifocal electroretinographic increment thresholds. Vision Research, 42(2):257-69.
  5. Vajaranant TS, Seiple W, Szlyk JP and Fishman GA (2002) Detection using the multifocal electroretinogram of mosaic retinal dysfunction in carriers of X-linked retinitis pigmentosa. Ophthalmology, 109(3):560-8.
  6. Vajaranant TS, Szlyk JP, Fishman GA, Gieser JP and Seiple W (2002) Localized retinal dysfunction in central serous chorioretinopathy as measured using the multifocal electroretinogram. Ophthalmology, 109(7):1243-50.
  7. Blond O, Crépel F and Otani S (2002) Long-term potentiation in rat prefrontal slices facilitated by phased application of dopamine. European Journal of Pharmacology, 438(1-2):115-116.
  8. Otani S, Daniel H, Takita M and Crépel F (2002) Long-term depression induced by postsynaptic group II metabotropic glutamate receptors linked to phospholipase C and intracellular calcium rises in rat prefrontal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 22(9):3434-3444.
  9. Otani S (2002) Memory trace in prefrontal cortex: theory for the cognitive switch. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc, 77(4):563-577.


  1. Mongillo G and Amit DJ (2001) Oscillations and irregular emission in networks of linear spiking neurons. Journal of Computational Neuroscience, 11(3):249-261.
  2. Greenstein VC, Seiple W, Liebmann J and Ritch R (2001) Retinal pigment epithelial dysfunction in patients with pigment dispersion syndrome: implications for the theory of pathogenesis. Archives of Ophthalmology, 119(9):1291-5.
  3. Holopigian K, Seiple W, Greenstein VC, Hood DC and Carr RE (2001) Local cone and rod system function in patients with retinitis pigmentosa. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 42(3):779-88.
  4. Huang L, Seiple W, Park RI, Greenstein VC, Holopigian K, Naidu SS and Stenson SM (2001) Variable tinted spectacle lenses: a comparison of aesthetics and visual preference. CLAO Journal, 27(3):121-4.
  5. Seiple W, Holopigian K, Shnayder Y and Szlyk JP (2001) Duration thresholds for target detection and identification in the peripheral visual field. Optometry and Vision Science, 78(3):169-76.
  6. Seiple W, Vajaranant TS, Pepperberg DR and Szlyk JP (2001) Lateral spread of adaptation as measured with the multifocal electroretinogram. Visual Neuroscience, 18(5):687-94.
  7. Szlyk JP, Seiple W, Fishman GA, Alexander KR, Grover S and Mahler CL (2001) Perceived and actual performance of daily tasks: relationship to visual function tests in individuals with retinitis pigmentosa. Ophthalmology, 108(1):65-75.
  8. Arleo A and Gerstner W (2001) Spatial orientation in navigating agents: modeling head-direction cells. Neurocomputing, 38-40(1-4):1059-1065.


  1. Greenstein VC, Chen H, Hood DC, Holopigian K, Seiple W and Carr RE (2000) Retinal function in diabetic macular edema after focal laser photocoagulation. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 41(11):3655-64.
  2. Greenstein VC, Holopigian K, Hood DC, Seiple W and Carr RE (2000) The nature and extent of retinal dysfunction associated with diabetic macular edema. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 41(11):3643-54.
  3. Holopigian K, Greenstein VC, Seiple W, Hood DC and Ritch R (2000) Electrophysiologic assessment of photoreceptor function in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma. Journal of Glaucoma, 9(2):163-8.
  4. Laderman DJ, Szlyk JP, Kelsch R and Seiple W (2000) A curriculum for training patients with peripheral visual field loss to use bioptic amorphic lenses. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, 37(5):607-19.
  5. Szlyk JP, Seiple W, Laderman DJ, Kelsch R, Stelmack J and McMahon T (2000) Measuring the effectiveness of bioptic telescopes for persons with central vision loss. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, 37(1):101-8.
  6. Gurov I and Sheynikhovich D (2000) Interferometric data analysis based on Markov non-linear filtering methodology. Journal of the Optical Society of America A, 17(1):21-27.
  7. Auclair N, Otani S, Soubrie P and Crepel F (2000) Cannabinoids Modulate Synaptic Strength and Plasticity at Glutamatergic Synapses of Rat Prefrontal Cortex Pyramidal Neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology, 83(6):3287-93.
  8. Arleo A and Gerstner W (2000) Spatial cognition and neuro-mimetic navigation: a model of hippocampal place cell activity. Biological Cybernetics, 83(3):287-299.


  1. Hood DC, Greenstein V, Frishman L, Holopigian K, Viswanathan S, Seiple W, Ahmed J and Robson JG (1999) Identifying inner retinal contributions to the human multifocal ERG. Vision Research, 39(13):2285-91.
  2. Otani S, Auclair N, Desce JM, Roisin MP and Crépel F (1999) Dopamine receptors and groups I and II mGluRs cooperate for long-term depression induction in rat prefrontal cortex through converging postsynaptic activation of MAP kinases. Journal of Neuroscience, 19(22):9788-9802.
  3. Connor JA, Petrozzino J, Pozzo-Miller LD and Otani S (1999) Calcium signals in long-term potentiation and long-term depression. Canadian Journal of Physiology & Pharmacology, 77(9):722-734.
  4. Arleo A, del R. Millán J and Floreano D (1999) Efficient learning of variable-resolution cognitive maps for autonomous indoor navigation. IEEE Transctions on Robotics and Automation, 15(6):990-1000.


  1. Hood DC, Holopigian K, Greenstein V, Seiple W, Li J, Sutter EE and Carr RE (1998) Assessment of local retinal function in patients with retinitis pigmentosa using the multi-focal ERG technique. Vision Research, 38(1):163-79.
  2. Hood DC, Wladis EJ, Shady S, Holopigian K, Li J and Seiple W (1998) Multifocal rod electroretinograms. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 39(7):1152-62.
  3. Szlyk JP, Seiple W, Laderman DJ, Kelsch R, Ho K and McMahon T (1998) Use of bioptic amorphic lenses to expand the visual field in patients with peripheral loss. Optometry and Vision Science, 75(7):518-24.
  4. Otani S and Connor JA (1998) Requirement of rapid Ca2+ entry and synaptic activation of metabotropic glutamate receptors for the induction of long-term depression in adult rat hippocampus. Journal of Physiology, 511(3):761-770.
  5. Otani S, Blond O, Desce J-M and Crepel F (1998) Dopamine facilitates long-term depression of glutamatergic transmission in rat prefrontal cortex. Neuroscience, 85(3):669-676.


  1. Holopigian K, Greenstein VC, Seiple W, Hood DC and Carr RE (1997) Evidence for photoreceptor changes in patients with diabetic retinopathy. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 38(11):2355-65.
  2. Holopigian K, Seiple W, Greenstein V, Kim D and Carr RE (1997) Relative effects of aging and age-related macular degeneration on peripheral visual function. Optometry and Vision Science, 74(3):152-9.
  3. Hood DC, Seiple W, Holopigian K and Greenstein V (1997) A comparison of the components of the multifocal and full-field ERGs. Visual Neuroscience, 14(3):533-44.
  4. Latkany PA, Holopigian K, Lorenzo-Latkany M and Seiple W (1997) Electroretinographic and psychophysical findings during early and late stages of human immunodeficiency virus infection and cytomegalovirus retinitis. Ophthalmology, 104(3):445-53.
  5. Gurov I and Sheynikhovich D (1997) Calculating of phase characteristics of interferometric pattern by the method of Markov non-linear filtering. Optics and Spectroscopy, 83(1):147-152.
  6. Blond O, Daniel H, Otani S, Jaillard D and Crépel F (1997) Presynaptic and postsynaptic effects of nitric oxide donors at synapses between parallel fibres and Purkinje cells: involvement in cerebellar long-term depression. Neuroscience, 77(4):945-954.


  1. Goto Y, Peachey NS, Ziroli NE, Seiple WH, Gryczan C, Pepperberg DR and Naash MI (1996) Rod phototransduction in transgenic mice expressing a mutant opsin gene. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, Optics, Image Science, & Vision, 13(3):577-85.
  2. Holopigian K, Greenstein V, Seiple W and Carr RE (1996) Rates of change differ among measures of visual function in patients with retinitis pigmentosa. Ophthalmology, 103(3):398-405.
  3. Seiple W and Holopigian K (1996) Outer-retina locus of increased flicker sensitivity of the peripheral retina. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, Optics, Image Science, & Vision, 13(3):658-66.
  4. Seiple W, Szlyk JP, Yang S and Holopigian K (1996) Age-related functional field losses are not eccentricity dependent. Vision Research, 36(12):1859-66.
  5. Otani S and Connor JA (1996) A novel synaptic interaction underlying induction of long‐term depression in the area CA1 of adult rat hippocampus. Journal of Physiology, 492(1):225–230.
  6. Otani S and Connor JA (1996) Rapid dendritic Ca2+ influx is associated with induction of homosynaptic long-term depression in adult rat hippocampus. European Journal of Pharmacology, 318(1):R5-R6.


  1. Seiple W, Holopigian K, Szlyk JP and Greenstein VC (1995) The effects of random element loss on letter identification: implications for visual acuity loss in patients with retinitis pigmentosa. Vision Research, 35(14):2057-66.
  2. Seiple W, Kupersmith MJ and Holopigian K (1995) Comparison of visual evoked potential and psychophysical contrast sensitivity. International Journal of Neuroscience, 80(1-4):173-80.
  3. Szlyk JP, Seiple W and Viana M (1995) Relative effects of age and compromised vision on driving performance. Human Factors, 37(2):430-6.
  4. Szlyk JP, Seiple W and Xie W (1995) Symmetry discrimination in patients with retinitis pigmentosa. Vision Research, 35(11):1633-40.
  5. Otani S and Connor JA (1995) Long-term depression of naïve synapses in adult hippocampus induced by asynchronous synaptic activity. Journal of Neurophysiology, 73(6):2596-2601.
  6. Otani S, Connor JA and Levy WB (1995) Long-term potentiation and evidence for novel synaptic association in CA1 stratum oriens of rat hippocampus. Learning & Memory, 2(2):101-106.


  1. Holopigian K, Clewner L, Seiple W and Kupersmith MJ (1994) The effects of dopamine blockade on the human flash electroretinogram. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 86(1):1-10.
  2. Seiple W and Holopigian K (1994) The 'OFF' response of the human electroretinogram does not contribute to the brief flash 'b-wave'. Visual Neuroscience, 11(4):667-73.
  3. Xin D, Seiple W, Holopigian K and Kupersmith MJ (1994) Visual evoked potentials following abrupt contrast changes. Vision Research, 34(21):2813-21.
  4. Wenzel J, Otani S, Desmond NL and Levy WB (1994) Rapid development of somatic spines in stratum granulosum of the adult hippocampus in vitro. Brain Research, 656(1):127-134.


  1. Greenstein VC, Holopigian K, Siderides E, Seiple W and Carr RE (1993) The effects of acetazolamide on visual function in retinitis pigmentosa. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 34(1):269-73.
  2. Mehaffey L, Holopigian K and Seiple W (1993) Electro-oculogram changes in patients with ocular hypertension and primary open-angle glaucoma. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 83(2):103-10.
  3. Mehaffey L,3, Seiple W and Holopigian K (1993) Comparison of P100 and P300 cortical potentials in spatial frequency discrimination. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 85(2):173-83.
  4. Seiple WH, Holopigian K, Greenstein VC and Hood DC (1993) Sites of cone system sensitivity loss in retinitis pigmentosa. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 34(9):2638-45.
  5. Szlyk JP, Brigell M and Seiple W (1993) Effects of age and hemianopic visual field loss on driving. Optometry and Vision Science, 70(12):1031-7.
  6. Otani S, Ben-Ari Y and Roisin-Lallemand MP (1993) Metabotropic receptor stimulation coupled to weak tetanus leads to long-term potentiation and a rapid elevation of cytosolic protein kinase C activity. Brain Research, 613(1):1-9.
  7. Otani S and Ben-Ari Y (1993) Biochemical correlates of long-term potentiation in hippocampal synapses. International Review of Neurobiology, 35(1):1-41.


  1. Holopigian K, Seiple W, Lorenzo M and Carr R (1992) A comparison of photopic and scotopic electroretinographic changes in early diabetic retinopathy. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 33(10):2773-80.
  2. Kupersmith MJ, Seiple WH, Holopigian K, Noble K, Hiesiger E and Warren F (1992) Maculopathy caused by intra-arterially administered cisplatin and intravenously administered carmustine. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 113(4):435-8.
  3. Nelson JI and Seiple WH (1992) Human VEP contrast modulation sensitivity: separation of magno- and parvocellular components. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 84(1):1-12.
  4. Seiple W, Holopigian K, Greenstein V and Hood DC (1992) Temporal frequency dependent adaptation at the level of the outer retina in humans. Vision Research, 32(11):2043-8.
  5. Otani SR-LM-P,B-AY (1992) Enhancement of extracellular protein concentrations during long-term potentiation in the rat hippocampal slice. Neuroscience, 47(2):265-72.
  6. Aniksztejn L, Otani S and Ben‐Ari Y (1992) Quisqualate Metabotropic Receptors Modulate NMDA Currents and Facilitate Induction of Long‐Term Potentiation Through Protein Kinase C. European Journal of Neuroscience, 4(6):500-505.


  1. Charriautmarlangue C, Otani S, Creuzet C, Benari Y and Loeb J (1991) Rapid activation of hippocampal casein kinase II during long-term potentiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 88(22):10232-6.
  2. Otani S and Ben-Ari Y (1991) Metabotropic receptor-mediated long-term potentiation in rat hippocampal slices. European Journal of Pharmacology, 205(3):325-6.


  1. Holopigian K, Seiple W, Mayron C, Koty R and Lorenzo M (1990) Electrophysiological and psychophysical flicker sensitivity in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 31(9):1863-8.


  1. Seiple W, Greenstein V and Carr R (1989) Losses of temporal modulation sensitivity in retinal degenerations. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 73(6):440-7.
  2. Seiple W and Holopigian K (1989) An examination of VEP response phase. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 73(6):520-31.
  3. Steele M, Seiple WH, Carr RE and Klug R (1989) The clinical utility of visual-evoked potential acuity testing. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 108(5):572-7.
  4. Otani S, Marshall CJ, Tate WP, Goddard GV and Abraham WC (1989) Maintenance of long-term potentiation in rat dentate gyrus requires protein synthesis but not messenger RNA synthesis immediately post-tetanization. Neuroscience, 28(3):519-526.
  5. Otani S and Abraham WC (1989) Inhibition of protein synthesis in the dentate gyrus, but not the entorhinal cortex, blocks maintenance of long-term potentiation in rats. Neuroscience Letters, 106(1-2):175-180.


  1. Holopigian K, Snow J, Seiple W and Siegel I (1988) Variability of the pattern electroretinogram. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 70(1):103-15.
  2. Seiple W, Greenstein V, Holopigian K and Carr R (1988) Changes in the focal electroretinogram with retinal eccentricity. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 70(1):29-36.


  1. Peachey NS and Seiple WH (1987) Contrast sensitivity of the human pattern electroretinogram. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 28(1):151-7.
  2. Peachey NS, Seiple WH, Auerbach E and Armington JC (1987) Rod influence on thresholds using different detection criteria during dark adaptation. Acta Psychologica, 64(3):261-70.
  3. Siegel IM, Greenstein VC, Seiple WH and Carr RE (1987) Cone function in congenital nyctalopia. Documenta Ophthalmologica, 65(3):307-18.
  4. Brigell MG, Peachey NS and Seiple WH (1987) Pattern electroretinogram threshold does not show contrast adaptation. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 28(9):1614-6.
  5. Morimoto K, Otani S and Goddard GV (1987) Effects of acute and long-term treatment with amphetamine on evoked responses and long-term potentiation in the dentate gyrus of anesthetized rats. Brain Research, 407(1):137-143.


  1. Salzman J, Seiple W, Carr R and Yannuzzi L (1986) Electrophysiological assessment of aphakic cystoid macular oedema. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 70(11):819-24.
  2. Seiple WH, Siegel IM, Carr RE and Mayron C (1986) Evaluating macular function using the focal ERG. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 27(7):1123-30.
  3. Seiple WH, Siegel IM, Carr RE and Mayron C (1986) Objective assessment of temporal modulation transfer functions using the focal ERG. American Journal of Optometry & Physiological Optics, 63(1):1-6.


  1. Kupersmith MJ, Nelson JI, Seiple WH and Carr RE (1984) Electrophysiological confirmation of orientation-specific contrast losses in multiple sclerosis. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 436:487-91.
  2. Kupersmith MJ, Seiple WH, Nelson JI and Carr RE (1984) Contrast sensitivity loss in multiple sclerosis. Selectivity by eye, orientation, and spatial frequency measured with the evoked potential. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 25(6):632-9.
  3. Nelson JI, Kupersmith MJ, Seiple WH, Weiss PA and Carr RE (1984) Spatiotemporal conditions which elicit or abolish the oblique effect in man: direct measurement with swept evoked potential. Vision Research, 24(6):579-86.
  4. Nelson JI, Seiple WH, Kupersmith MJ and Carr RE (1984) Lock-in techniques for the swept stimulus evoked potential. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, 1(4):409-36.
  5. Nelson JI, Seiple WH, Kupersmith MJ and Carr RE (1984) A rapid evoked potential index of cortical adaptation. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 59(6):454-64.
  6. Seiple WH, Kupersmith MJ, Nelson JI and Carr RE (1984) The assessment of evoked potential contrast thresholds using real-time retrieval. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 25(6):627-31.


  1. Kupersmith MJ, Nelson JI, Seiple WH, Carr RE and Weiss PA (1983) The 20/20 eye in multiple sclerosis. Neurology, 33(8):1015-20.
  2. Seiple W, Price MJ, Kupersmith M, Siegel IM and Carr RE (1983) The pattern electroretinogram in optic nerve disease. Ophthalmology, 90(9):1127-32.
  3. Seiple WH and Siegel IM (1983) Recording the pattern electroretinogram: a cautionary note. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 24(6):796-8.


  1. Harter MR, Seiple WH and Musso M (1974) Binocular summation and suppression: visually evoked cortical responses to dichoptically presented patterns of different spatial frequencies. Vision Research, 14(11):1169-80.


  1. Harter MR, Seiple WH and Salmon L (1973) Binocular summation of visually evoked responses to pattern stimuli in humans. Vision Research, 13(8):1433-46.


  1. Harter MR, Seiple WH and Salmon LE (1972) Evoked cortical responses to dichoptically presented patterned light flashes: interocular interaction. T.I.T. Journal of Life Sciences, 2(1):27-33.