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Poster Session 2

Friday, March 6, 2015, 7:30p


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These additional posters will be presented:

II-3 (former I-44) Functional network & homologous brain region discovery using hierarchical latent state space models. Kyle Ulrich, Jeff Beck, Katherine Heller
II-28 (former I-73) Scaling properties of dimensionality reduction for neural populations and network models. Ryan Williamson, Benjamin Cowley, Ashok Litwin-Kumar, Brent Doiron, Adam Kohn, Matt Smith, Byron Yu
II-34 (former I-37) Spatial sound-source segregation using a physiologically inspired network model. Junzi Dong, H. Steven Colburn, Kamal Sen
II-67 (former I-8) Categorical representations of decision variables within OFC. Alexander Vaughan, Junya Hirokawa, Adam Kepecs
II-98 (former I-15) Trinary choices in a sequential integration paradigm. Santiago Herce Castanon, Howard Chiu, Konstantinos Tsetsos, Christopher Summerfield
II-106 (former I-59) Altered cortical neuronal avalanches in a rat model of schizophrenia. Saurav Seshadri, Dietmar Plenz
II-107 (former I-54) A neural network model for arm posture control in motor cortex. Hagai Lalazar, Larry Abbott, Eilon Vaadia




II-1 An analysis of how spatiotemporal models of brain activity could dramatically improve MEG/EEG source. Camilo Lamus, Matti Hamalainen, Emery Brown, Patrick Purdon
II-2 Distinct dynamics of ramping activity in the frontal cortex and caudate nucleus in monkeys. Long Ding
II-3 (rescheduled to I-44) Strategies for exploration in the domain of losses. Paul Krueger, Robert Wilson, Jonathan Cohen
II-4 Parietal Reach Region (PRR) inactivation affects decision and not attention process in reach choices. Vasileios Christopoulos, James Bonaiuto, Igor Kagan, Richard Andersen
II-5 Modeling motor commands as traveling waves of cortical oscillation. Stewart Heitmann, Tjeerd Boonstra, Pulin Gong, Michael Breakspear, Bard Ermentrout
II-6 Expectation modulates activity in primary visual cortex . Ilias Rentzeperis, Justin Gardner
II-7 Changes in prefrontal and striatal network dynamics during cocaine administration. Wesley Smith, Leslie Claar, Justin Shobe, Konstantin Bakhurin, Natalie Chong, Sotiris Masmanidis
II-8 Sparse encoding of complex action sequences. Andreas Thomik, Aldo Faisal
II-9 Choice probabilities, detect probabilities, and read-out with multiple neuronal input populations. Ralf Haefner
II-10 Posterior parietal and prefrontal cortex involvement in rat auditory parametric working memory. Athena Akrami, Ahmed El Hady, Carlos Brody
II-11 Learning hierarchical structure in natural images with multiple layers of Lp reconstruction neurons. Zhuo Wang, Alan Stocker, Daniel Lee
II-12 Cellular resolution functional imaging of cortical dynamics during integration of evidence in the rat. Benjamin Scott, Christine Constantinople, Jeffrey Erlich, Carlos Brody, David Tank
II-13 The dynamics of memory search: a modelling study. Yifan Gu, Pulin Gong
II-14 Investigating the role of the striatum in working memory. Hessameddin Akhlaghpour, Joost Wiskerke, Jung Yoon Choi, Jennifer Au, Ilana B. Witten
II-15 DMS inactivation disrupts model-based reinforcement learning in a two-step decision task. Thomas Akam, Michael Pereira, Peter Dayan, Rui Costa
II-16 Influence of cognitive control on semantic representation: seeing things under a different light. Waitsang Keung, Daniel Osherson, Jonathan Cohen
II-17 Optimal foraging as a framework for human task switching. Dominic Mussack, Robert Edge, Thomas Ringstrom, Paul Schrater
II-18 The balance between evidence integration and probabilistic sampling in perceptual decision-making. Jozsef Fiser, Jeppe Christensen, Mate Lengyel
II-19 Generative models allow insight into perceptual accumulation mechanisms. Alexandre HYAFIL, Gustavo Deco, Jordi Navarra, Ruben Moreno-Bote
II-20 Contrasting roles of medial prefrontal cortex and secondary motor cortex in waiting decisions. Masayoshi Murakami, Zachary Mainen
II-21 Normative evidence accumulation in an unpredictable environment. Christopher Glaze, Joseph Kable, Joshua Gold
II-22 A causal role for dorsal hippocampus in a cognitive planning task in the rat. Kevin Miller, Matthew Botvinick, Carlos Brody
II-23 Separating population structure of movement preparation and execution in the motor cortex. Gamaleldin Elsayed, Antonio Lara, Mark Churchland, John Cunningham
II-24 Tonic vs. oscillatory multi-item memory maintenance: performances and capacity. Kenji Tanaka, Yasuhiko Igarashi, Gianluigi Mongillo, Masato Okada
II-25 Saccadic modulation of stimulus processing in primary visual cortex. James McFarland, Adrian Bondy, Bruce Cumming, Daniel Butts
II-26 Comparing two models for activity-dependent tuning of recurrent networks. Julijana Gjorgjieva, Jan Felix Evers, Stephen Eglen
II-27 The neural representation of posterior distributions over hidden variables. Stephanie Chan, Kenneth A Norman, Yael Niv
II-28 (rescheduled to I-71) Convergence of sleep and wake population activity distributions in prefrontal cortex over learning. Abhinav Singh, Adrien Peyrache, Mark Humphries
II-29 Combining behavior and neural data to model cognitive variables. Thomas Desautels, Timothy D. Hanks, Carlos Brody, Maneesh Sahani
II-30 Deducing Hebbian adaption rules from the stationarity principle of statistical learning. Claudius Gros, Rodrigo Echeveste
II-31 An amygdalo-cortical circuit demonstrating hunger-dependent neural responses to food cues. Christian Burgess, Rohan Ramesh, Kirsten Levandowski, Xiyue Wang, Mark Andermann
II-32 Multi-scale functional parcellation of cortex by unsupervised activation clustering. Liberty Hamilton, Erik Edwards, Edward Chang
II-33 Emergence of a reliability code in the Barn Owl's midbrain. Fanny Cazettes, Brian Fischer, Jose Pena
II-34 (rescheduled to I-37) Predictiveness and prediction in classical conditioning: a Bayesian statistical model. Kristin Volk, Peter Dayan
II-35 Neural representation of complex associative structures in the human brain. Mona Garvert, Ray Dolan, Timothy E. J. Behrens
II-36 Rapid sensorimotor transformation and song intensity modulation in Drosophila. Philip Coen, Mala Murthy
II-37 Speech recognition using neural activity in the human superior temporal gyrus. David Moses, Nima Mesgarani, Edward Chang
II-38 Genetic networks specifying the functional architecture of orientation domains in V1. Joscha Liedtke, Fred Wolf
II-39 Steps towards quantifying the vibrisso-tactile natural scene . Jennifer Hobbs, Hayley Belli, Mitra Hartmann
II-40 Behavioral correlates of combinatorial versus temporal features of odor codes. Debajit Saha, Chao Li, Steven Peterson, William Padovano, Nalin Katta, Barani Raman
II-41 Visually evoked gamma rhythms in the mouse superior colliculus. Shinya Ito, Alan Litke
II-42 Characterization of very large ganglion cell populations in the mouse retina. Sahar Pirmoradian, Gerrit Hilgen, Martino Sorbaro, Oliver Muthmann, Upinder Bhalla, Evelyne Sernagor, Matthias Hennig
II-43 Conjunctive population codes: insights from bat 3D head-direction cells. Arseny Finkelstein, Johnatan Aljadeff, Alon Rubin, Nachum Ulanovsky, Misha Tsodyks
II-44 Parallel remodeling of direct and indirect pathway neuronal activity during pavlovian conditioning. Jesse marshall, Jones Parker, Biafra Ahanonou, Benni Grewe, Jin Zhong Li, Mike Ehlers, Mark Schnitzer
II-45 Role of cortico-cerebellar communication in motor control. Adam Hantman, Jian-Zhong Guo, Allen Lee, Austin Graves, Kristin Branson
II-46 Tuning of the visual system to the curvature of natural shapes. Ingo Frund, James Elder
II-47 Maximal causes for a masking based model of STRFs in primary auditory cortex. Abdul-Saboor Sheikh, Zhenwen Dai, Nicol Harper, Richard Turner, Joerg Luecke
II-48 A dual algorithm for olfactory computation in the insect brain. Sina Tootoonian, Mate Lengyel
II-49 A model of spinal sensorimotor circuits recruited by epidural stimulation of the spinal cord . Emanuele Formento, Marco Capogrosso, Eduardo Martin Moraud, Miroslav Caban, Gregoire Courtine, Silvestro Micera
II-50 Self-organized mechanisms of the head direction sense. Adrien Peyrache, Marie Lacroix, Peter Petersen, Gyorgy Buzsaki
II-51 Highly non-uniform information transfer in local cortical networks . Sunny Nigam, Masanori Shimono, Olaf Sporns, John Beggs
II-52 Structure of mammalian grid-cell activity for navigation in 3D as predicted by optimal coding. Andreas Herz, Alexander Mathis, Martin Stemmler
II-53 A race model for singular olfactory receptor expression. Daniel Kepple, Ivan Iossifov, Alexei Koulakov
II-54 A feasible probe of the detailed microcircuit architecture of grid cells. John Widloski, Ila Fiete
II-55 Nonlinear coding and gain control in the population of auditory receptor neurons in Drosophila. Jan Clemens, Cyrille Girardin, Mala Murthy
II-56 Aligning auditory and motor representations of syllable onsets in songbird vocal learning. Emily Mackevicius, Michale Fee
II-57 The dorsolateral striatum constrains the execution of motor habits through continuous integration of contextual and kinematic information. David Robbe, Pavel Rueda-Orozco
II-58 -> III-106
II-59 Behavioral and neural indices of the extraction of scale-free statistics from auditory stimuli. Brian Maniscalco, Biyu He
II-60 Optogenetic disruption of posterior parietal cortex points to a role early in decision formation. Michael Ryan, Anne Churchland, David Raposo
II-61 Cortical population nonlinearities reflect asymmetric auditory perception in mice. Thomas Deneux, Louise Francois, Sunčana Sikirić , Emmanuel Ponsot, Brice Bathellier
II-62 How did the evolution of color vision impact V1 functional architecture? Manuel Schottdorf, Wolfgang Keil, Juan Daniel Florez Weidinger, David M. Coppola, Amiram Grinvald, Koji Ikezoe, Zoltan F. Kisvarday, Tsuyoshi Okamoto, David B. Omer, Leonard White, Fred Wolf
II-63 Distally connected memory-like network gates proximal synfire chain. Jacopo Bono, Claudia Clopath
II-64 Intracellular, in vivo, characterization and control of thalamocortical synapses in cat V1. Madineh Sedigh-Sarvestani, M Morgan Taylor, Larry A Palmer, Diego Contreras
II-65 Perceptual adaptation: Getting ready for the future. Xue-Xin Wei, Pedro Ortega, Alan Stocker
II-66 Linearity in visual cortex: correlations can control neurons' sensitivity to coincident input. Mark Histed, Oliver Mithoefer, Lindsey Glickfeld, Alex Handler, John Maunsell
II-67 (rescheduled to I-8) Characterizing local invariances in the ascending ferret auditory system. Alexander Dimitrov, Stephen David, Jean Lienard
II-68 Low-rank decomposition of variability in neural population activity from songbird auditory cortex. Lars Buesing, Ana Calabrese, John Cunningham, Sarah Woolley, Liam Paninski
II-69 Constraining the mechanisms of direction selectivity in a fruit fly elementary motion detector. Jonathan Leong, Benjamin Poole, Surya Ganguli, Thomas Clandinin
II-70 A linear-non-linear model of heat responses in larval zebrafish. Martin Haesemeyer, Drew Robson, Jennifer Li, Alexander Schier, Florian Engert
II-71 Modular neural circuit architecture for optic flow processing in the larval zebrafish . Eva Naumann, Timothy Dunn, Jason Rihel, Florian Engert
II-72 Non-linear stimulus integration for computing olfactory valence. Joe Bell, Rachel Wilson
II-73 Optogenetic modulation of transient and sustained response to tones in auditory cortex of awake mice. Pedro Goncalves, Jannis Hildebrandt, Maneesh Sahani, Jennifer Linden
II-74 Future actions determine the currently active motor memory during skill learning. Daniel Wolpert, Ian Howard, David Franklin
II-75 Isolating short-time directional stability in motor cortex during center out reaching. Josue Orellana, Steven Suway, Robert Kass, Andrew Schwartz
II-76 Context-dependent information decoding of sensory-evoked responses. He Zheng, Biyu He, Garrett Stanley
II-77 Why do receptive field models work in recurrent networks? Johnatan Aljadeff, David Renfrew, Tatyana Sharpee
II-78 Using expander codes to construct Hopfield networks with exponential capacity. Rishidev Chaudhuri, Ila Fiete
II-79 Encoding and discrimination of multi-dimensional signals using chaotic spiking activity. Guillaume Lajoie, Kevin K. Lin, Jean-Philippe Thivierge, Eric Shea-Brown
II-80 Neural oscillations as a signature of efficient coding. Matthew Chalk, Boris Gutkin, Sophie Deneve
II-81 Adaptation and homeostasis in a spiking predictive coding network. Gabrielle Gutierrez, Sophie Deneve
II-82 Balanced spiking networks preserve and transform input information. Ingmar Kanitscheider, Ruben Coen-Cagli, Ruben Moreno-Bote
II-83 Causal inference by spiking networks. Ruben Moreno-Bote, Jan Drugowitsch
II-84 Training spiking neural networks with long time scale patterns. Dongsung Huh, Peter Latham
II-85 Predicting the dynamics of network connectivity in the neocortex. Yonatan Loewenstein, Uri Yanover, Simon Rumpel
II-86 Superlinear precision and memory in simple population codes. david schwab, Ila Fiete
II-87 Pattern decorrelation arising from inference. Simon Barthelme, Agnieszka Grabska Barwinska, Peter Latham, Jeff Beck, Zachary Mainen, Alexandre Pouget
II-88 Dual homeostatic mechanisms cooperate to optimize single-neuron coding. Jonathan Cannon, Paul Miller
II-89 Inferring readout of Distributed population codes without massively parallel recordings. Kaushik J Lakshminarasimhan, Dora Angelaki, Xaq Pitkow
II-90 Robust non-rigid alignment of volumetric calcium imaging data. Benjamin Poole, Logan Grosenick, Michael Broxton, Karl Deisseroth, Surya Ganguli
II-91 Marginalization in Random Nonlinear Neural Networks. Rajkumar Vasudeva Raju, Xaq Pitkow
II-92 Relating reachability to classifiability of trajectories in E-I networks with high dimensional input. Maxwell Wang, ShiNung Ching
II-93 Extracting spatial-temporal coherent patterns from large-scale neural recordings using dynamic mode . Bingni Brunton, Lise Johnson, Jeffrey Ojemann, J. Nathan Kutz
II-94 Model-based reinforcement learning with spiking neurons. Johannes Friedrich, Mate Lengyel
II-95 A flexible and tractable statistical model for in vivo neuronal dynamics. Simone Carlo Surace, Jean-Pascal Pfister
II-96 Short term persistence of neural signals. Grant Gillary, Rudiger von der Heydt, Ernst Niebur
II-97 The mesoscale mouse connectome is described by a modified scale-free graph. Rich Pang, Sid Henriksen, Mark Wronkiewicz
II-98 (rescheduled to I-15) Memory savings through unified pre- and postsynaptic STDP. Rui Ponte Costa, Robert Froemke, P. Jesper Sjöström, Mark van Rossum
II-99 Synaptic consolidation: from synapses to behavioral modeling. Lorric Ziegler, Friedemann Zenke, David B. Kastner, Wulfram Gerstner
II-100 Neuronal avalanches in behaving monkeys. Tiago Lins Ribeiro, Shan Yu, Samantha Chou, Dietmar Plenz
II-101 Optimal feature integration in critical, balanced networks. Udo Ernst, Nergis Tomen
II-102 Detecting effective connectivity in spiking data: implications for coding space in rat hippocampus. Cristina Savin, Margret Erlendsdottir, Jozsef Csicsvari, Gasper Tkacik
II-103 Hebbian and non-Hebbian plasticity orchestrated to form and retrieve memories in spiking networks. Friedemann Zenke, Everton Agnes, Wulfram Gerstner
II-104 Synaptic plasticity as Bayesian inference. David Kappel, Stefan Habenschuss, Robert Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass
II-105 Normalization of excitatory-inhibitory balance by cortical spike-timing-dependent plasticity. James D'Amour, Robert Froemke


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