Poster Session 1

Thursday, February 28, 2013, 7:30p

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I-1 Independent pools of visual short-term memory resource for different features. Hongsup Shin, Ronald Van den Berg, Wei Ji Ma
I-2 Tactile working memory in rat and human: Prior competes with recent evidence. Athena Akrami, Arash Fassihi , Vahid Esmaeili, Mathew Diamond
I-3 Mechanisms and circuitry underlying basal forebrain enhancement of top-down and bottom-up attention. Michael Avery, Nikil Dutt, Jeffrey Krichmar
I-4 Semi-parametric Bayesian entropy estimation for binary spike trains. Evan Archer, Il Park, Jonathan Pillow
I-5 Sparse coding model and population response statistics to natural movies in V1. Mengchen Zhu, Ian Stevenson, Urs Koster, Charles Gray, Bruno Olshausen, Christopher Rozell
I-6 Efficient hierarchical receptive field estimation in simultaneously-recorded neural populations. Kamiar Rahnama Rad, Carl Smith, Liam Paninski
I-7 Bayesian decision-making using neural attractor networks. Ingmar Kanitscheider, Jeffrey Beck, Alexandre Pouget
I-8 Robust online estimation of noisy sparse signals by threshold-linear and integrate-and-fire neurons. Tao Hu, Alexander Genkin, Dmitri Chklovskii
I-9 A generative model of natural images as patchworks of textures. Matthias Bethge, Niklas Luedtke, Debapriya Das, Lucas Theis
I-10 A non-parametric Bayesian prior for causal inference of auditory streaming. Ulrik Beierholm, Tim Yates
I-11 Correlations strike back (again): the case of associative memory retrieval. Cristina Savin, Peter Dayan, Mate Lengyel
I-12 Timescale-dependent shaping of correlations by stimulus features in the auditory system. Ana Calabrese, Sarah M N Woolley
I-13 Compensation for neuronal circuit variability. Tilman Kispersky, Eve Marder
I-14 Precise characterization of multiple LIP neurons in relation to stimulus and behavior. Jacob Yates, Il Park, Lawrence Cormack, Jonathan Pillow, Alexander Huk
I-15 Common neural correlates of adaptive control in the anterior cingulate cortex of rats and humans. Nandakumar Narayanan, James Cavanagh, Marcelo Caetano, Michael Frank, Mark Laubach
I-16 Neural correlates of target detection in the human brain. Arjun Bansal, Alexandra Golby, Joseph Madsen, Gabriel Kreiman
I-17 A Computational theory of action-based decisions . Vassilios Christopoulos, Paul Schrater
I-18 Individual FEF neurons code both task difficulty and an internally generated error signal. Tobias Teichert, Dian Yu, Vincent Ferrera
I-19 Perceptual decision-making in a sampling-based neural representation. Ralf Haefner, Pietro Berkes, Jozsef Fiser
I-20 Model-free reinforcement learning predicts attentional selection during foraging in the macaque. Matthew Balcarras, Salva Ardid, Daniel Kaping, Stefan Everling, Thilo Womelsdorf
I-21 How can single neurons predict behavior?. Xaq Pitkow, Sheng Liu, Yong Gu, Dora Angelaki, Greg DeAngelis, Alexandre Pouget
I-22 Confidence based learning in a perceptual task: how uncertainty and outcome influence choice. Eric DeWitt, Andre Mendonca, Adam Kepecs, Zachary F. Mainen
I-23 A model of interactive effects of learning and choice incentive in the striatal dopamine system. Anne Collins, Michael Frank
I-24 Circuit mechanisms underlying cognitive flexibility in rats. Ioana Carcea, Natalya Zaika, Robert C. Froemke
I-25 Activity in mouse pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus reflects priors for action value. John Thompson, Gidon Felsen
I-26 Striatal optogenetic stimulation reveals distinct neural computation for value-based decision making. A. Moses Lee, Lunghao Tai, Antonello Bonci, Linda Wilbrecht
I-27 Encoding of yaw in the presence of roll or pitch: Studies in a fly motion sensitive neuron. Suva Roy, Shiva Sinha, Rob de Ruyter van Steveninck
I-28 Beyond Barlow: a Bayesian theory of efficient neural coding. Jonathan Pillow, Il Park
I-29 Error statistics and error correction: Evidence for multiple coordinate encodings. Todd Hudson, Michael Landy
I-30 Input dependence of local field potential spectra: experiment vs theory. Francesca Barbieri, Alberto Mazzoni, Nikos K. Logothetis, Stefano Panzeri, Nicolas Brunel
I-31 Object-based spectro-temporal analysis of auditory signals. Mikio Aoi, Yoonseob Lim, Uri Eden, Timothy Gardner
I-32 Heterogeneity increases information transmission of neuronal populations. Eric Hunsberger, Matthew Scott, Chris Eliasmith
I-33 Constraining cortical population coding of visual motion in area MT by smooth pursuit behavior. Stephanie Palmer, Leslie Osborne
I-34 The role of Inhibitory STDP in disynaptic feedforward circuits. Florence Kleberg, Matthieu Gilson, Tomoki Fukai
I-35 Rapid Development of Feed Forward Inhibition Drives Emergence of the Alert Cortical State. Matthew Colonnese
I-36 Laminar differences in receptive fields measured by reverse correlation of intracellular recordings.. Alejandro Ramirez, Eftychios Pnevmatikakis, Josh Merel, Ken Miller, Liam Paninski, Randy Bruno
I-37 T-type Calcium Channels Promote Predictive Homeostasis in Thalamocortical Neurons of LGN. Su Hong, Haram Kim, Sora Yun, Christopher Fiorillo
I-38 Neural implementations of motion detection in the fly medulla: insights from connectivity and theory. Arjun Bharioke, Shin-ya Takemura, Shiv Vitaladevuni, Richard Fetter, Zhiyuan Lu, Stephen Plaza, Louis Scheffer, Ian Meinertzhagen, Dmitri Chklovskii
I-39 Evidence for a nonlinear coupling between firing threshold and subthreshold membrane potential. Skander Mensi, Christian Pozzorini, Olivier Hagens, Wulfram Gerstner
I-40 Spatial distribution and efficacy of thalamocortical synapses onto layer 4 excitatory neurons. Carl Schoonover, Juan Tapia, Verena Schilling, Verena Wimmer, Richard Blazeski, Carol Mason, Randy Bruno
I-41 A plasticity mechanism for the robustness of the oculomotor integrator. Pedro Goncalves
I-42 Robust formation of continuous attractor networks. Daniel Robles-Llana, Ila Fiete
I-43 Connectomic Constraints on Computation in Networks of Spiking Neurons. Venkatakrishnan Ramaswamy, Arunava Banerjee
I-44 Dynamics of Random Clustered Networks. Merav Stern, Haim Sompolinsky, Larry Abbott
I-45 NeuroElectro: a community database on the electrophysiological diversity of mammalian neuron types. Shreejoy Tripathy, Richard Gerkin, Judy Savitskaya, Nathaniel Urban
I-46 Traveling waves of the hippocampal theta rhythm encode rat position. Gautam Agarwal, Ian Stevenson, Kenji Mizuseki, Gyorgy Buzsaki, Friedrich Sommer
I-47 Are aperiodic 1D grid cell responses consistent with low-dimensional continuous attractor dynamics?. KiJung Yoon, Daniel Robles-Llana, Amina Kinkhabwala, David Tank, Ila Fiete
I-48 A single computational mechanism for both stability and flexibility in vocal error correction. Samuel Sober, Conor Kelly
I-49 Optimal foraging and multiscale representation by hippocampal place cells. Jason Prentice, Vijay Balasubramanian
I-50 Slow time-scales in songbird neural sequence generation.?. Jeffrey Markowitz, Gregory Guitchounts, Timothy Gardner
I-51 Criterion Dynamics in the Ferret Optimise Decision Bias During an Auditory Detection Task. Robert Mill, Christian Sumner
I-52 A multiplicative learning rule for auditory discrimination learning in mice. Brice Bathellier, Sui Poh Tee, Christina Hrovat, Simon Rumpel
I-53 Strategies for encoding competing acoustic events by single neurons in primate auditory cortex. Yi Zhou, Xiaoqin Wang
I-54 View-invariance and mirror-symmetric tuning in a model of the macaque face-processing system . Joel Leibo, Fabio Anselmi, Jim Mutch, Akinori Ebihara, Winrich Freiwald, Tomaso Poggio
I-55 Ventral stream models that solve hard object recognition tasks naturally exhibit neural consistency.. Daniel Yamins, Ha Hong, Ethan Solomon, James DiCarlo
I-56 Similarity between spontaneous and sensory-evoked activity does suggest learning in the cortex. Cristina Savin, Pietro Berkes, Chiayu Chiu, Jozsef Fiser, Mate Lengyel
I-57 Uncertainty and the striatum: How tonically active neurons may aid learning in dynamic environments.. Nicholas Franklin, Michael Frank
I-58 How neurogenesis and the scale of the dentate gyrus affect the resolution of memories . James Aimone, Craig Vineyard
I-59 A not so bad tradeoff: perception and generalization of aversive memories. Rony Paz
I-60 Spatial learning in C. elegans. Adam Calhoun, Sreekanth Chalasani, Tatyana Sharpee
I-61 The effect of STDP temporal structure on the learning of single excitatory and inhibitory synapses. Maoz Shamir, Yotam Luz
I-62 Quantifying representational and dynamical structure in large neural datasets. Jeffrey Seely, Matthew Kaufman, Adam Kohn, Matthew Smith, Anthony Movshon, Nicholas Priebe, Stephen Lisberger, Stephen Ryu, Krishna Shenoy, Larry Abbott, John Cunningham, Mark Churchland
I-63 Motor coding in the supplementary motor area of humans and monkeys. Gal Chechik, Hadas Taubman, Ariel Tankus, Eilon Vaadia, Itzhak Fried, Rony Paz
I-64 Transient collective dynamics in inhibition-stabilized motor circuits. Guillaume Hennequin, Tim Vogels, Wulfram Gerstner
I-65 Eye movements depend on the intrinsic reward structure in a natural navigation task. Constantin Rothkopf, Dana Ballard
I-66 Behavior-modulated correlation of cerebellar Purkinje neuron and network activity . Sungho Hong, Mario Negrello, Erik De Schutter
I-67 Neuronal Avalanches in the Resting MEG of the Human Brain. Oren Shriki, Jeffrey Alstott, Frederick Carver, Tom Holroyd, Richard Henson, Marie Smith, Edward Bullmore, Richard Coppola, Dietmar Plenz
I-68 Network dynamics amplifies the effects of weak electric fields on gamma and slow-wave activity. Lucas C Parra, Davide Reato
I-69 Correspondence between perceptual salience of 4th-order visual textures and natural scene statistics. John Briguglio, Ann Hermundstad, Mary Conte, Jonathan Victor, Gasper Tkacik, Vijay Balasubramanian
I-70 Multiple temporally-tuned mechanisms control visual adaptation to contrast. Stephen Engel, Min Bao
I-71 When is sensory precision variable?. Shan Shen, Ronald Van den Berg, Wei Ji Ma
I-72 Adaptive shaping of feature selectivity in the rodent vibrissa system. He Zheng, Douglas Ollerenshaw, Qi Wang, Garrett Stanley
I-73 Neural coding of perceived odor intensity. Yevgeniy Sirotin, Roman Shusterman, Dmitry Rinberg
I-74 How is duration information from multiple sensory sources combined?. Mingbo Cai, David Eagleman
I-75 Controlling the trade-off between categorization and separation via resonance in the olfactory bulb. Maximilian Puelma Touzel, Michael Monteforte, Fred Wolf
I-76 Multisensory integration of vision and intracortical microstimulation for sensory feedback. . Maria Dadarlat, Joseph O'Doherty, Philip N. Sabes
I-77 Predicting V1 neural responses to natural movies using the shift-invariant bispectrum . Mayur Mudigonda, Ian Stevenson, Urs Koster, Christopher Hillar, Charles Gray, Bruno Olshausen
I-78 Spatial structure and organization of nonlinear subunits in primate retina. Jeremy Freeman, Greg Field, Peter Li, Martin Greschner, Lauren Jepson, Neil Rabinowitz, Eftychios Pnevmatikakis, Deborah Gunning, Keith Mathieson, Alan Litke, EJ Chichilnisky, Liam Paninski, Eero Simoncelli
I-79 Modulatory signals from V1 extra-classical receptive fields with distinct spatio-temporal dynamics. Christopher Henry, Michael Hawken
I-80 Silencing V2/V3 reduces spiking variability in MT: implications for excitatory/inhibitory balance. Camille Gomez, Alexandra Smolyanskaya, Gabriel Kreiman, Richard Born
I-81 Distinct neural selectivity for 3D directions of visual motion.. Thaddeus Czuba, Lawrence Cormack, Alexander Huk, Adam Kohn
I-82 Maximum-entropy modeling of population calcium activity in the visual cortex. Dimitri Yatsenko, Kresimir Josic, Andreas Tolias
I-83 A spatio-temporal lattice filter model for the visual pathway. Herv? Rouault, Karol Gregor, Dmitri Chklovskii
I-84 3D Random access ultrafast two-photon imaging reveals the structure of network activity. . R. James Cotton, Emmanouil Froudarakis, Peter Saggau, Andreas Tolias
I-85 Energy and Information in insect photoreceptors. Nikon Rasumov, Jeremy Niven, Simon Laughlin
I-86 Kernel regression for receptive field estimation. Urs Koster, Bruno Olshausen, Christopher Hillar
I-87 Trade-off between curvature tuning and position invariance in visual area V4. Tatyana Sharpee, Minjoon Kouh, John Reynolds
I-88 Multi-stability in motion perception combines multiple underlying neural mechanisms. Andrew Meso, James Rankin, Pierre Kornprobst , Guillaume S Masson
I-89 Changes in laminar synchrony in V1 reflect perceptual decisions.. Neda Shahidi, Ariana Andrei, Ming Hu, Valentin Dragoi
I-90 Lag normalization in an electrically-coupled neural network. Gautam Awatramani, David Schwab, Stuart Trenholm, Vijay Balasubramanian
I-91 Generalized reward-modulated STDP: a model of operant conditioning of cortical neurons. Robert Kerr, David B. Grayden, Doreen A. Thomas, Matthieu Gilson, Anthony N. Burkitt
I-92 Network motifs and collective spiking in neuronal networks. Yu Hu, James Trousdale, Kresimir Josic, Eric Shea-Brown
I-93 Quadratic programming of tuning curves: from spiking dynamics to function . David Barrett, Sophie Deneve, Christian Machens
I-94 Learning Activity Patterns in Recurrent Networks of Visible and Hidden Spiking Neurons. Johanni Brea, Walter Senn, Jean-Pascal Pfister
I-95 Associative memory encoding in bump attractor networks. Vladimir Itskov, Carina Curto
I-96 Recursive conditional means (RCM): A powerful mechanism for combining sensory estimates. Wilson Geisler, Jeffrey Perry
I-97 Energy constraints link structure and function in thin axons in the brain?s wiring. Ali Neishabouri, Aldo Faisal
I-98 Adaptive Gaussian Poisson process: a model for in vivo neuronal dynamics. Simone Carlo Surace, Jean-Pascal Pfister
I-99 Rapid update in state estimation accounts for fast feedback control. Frederic Crevecoeur, Stephen H Scott
I-100 Dynamical entropy production in cortical circuits with different network topologies. Rainer Engelken, Michael Monteforte, Fred Wolf

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