Poster Session 3

Saturday, March 7, 2015, 7:30p

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These additional posters will be presented:

III-32 (former I-65) Multiple mechanisms for stimulus-specific adaptation in the primary auditory cortex. Ryan Natan, John Briguglio, Laetitia Mwilambwe-Tshilobo, Maria Geffen
III-43 (former I-93) What regime is the cortex in? Yashar Ahmadian, Kenneth Miller
III-44 (former I-82) High degree neurons tend to contribute more and process less information in cortical networks. Nicholas Timme, Shinya Ito, Maxym Myroshnychenko, Fang-Chin Yeh, Emma Hiolski, Alan Litke, John Beggs
III-72 (former I-85) Fast multi-neuron spike identification via continuous orthogonal matching pursuit. Karin Knudson, Jacob Yates, Alex Huk, Jonathan Pillow
III-97 (former I-91) Realistic structural heterogeneity in local circuits and its implications on the balanced state. Itamar Landau, Haim Sompolinsky
III-98 (former I-39) Internal models for interpreting neural population activity during sensorimotor control. Matthew Golub, Byron Yu, Steven Chase
III-105 (former I-66) Hypothalamic control of self-initiated aggression seeking behavior. Annegret Falkner, Dayu Lin
III-107 (former I-71) Thalamic inhibitory barreloids created by feedback projections from the thalamic reticular nucleus. Kazuo Imaizumi, Yuchio Yanagawa, Charles Lee
III-108 (former I-60) Effects of sprouting and excitation-inhibition imbalance on epileptiform activity. Christopher Kim, Ulrich Egert, Arvind Kumar, Stefan Rotter

III-1 Proprioceptive feedback modulates motor cortical tuning during brain-machine interface control. Danielle Rager, John Downey, Jennifer Collinger, Douglas Weber, Michael Boninger, Robert Gaunt, Valerie Ventura
III-2 Corticospinal neuroprosthetic technologies to restore motor control after neuromotor disorders. Tomislav Milekovic, David A. Borton, Marco Capogrosso, Eduardo Martin Moraud, Jean Laurens, Nick Buse, Peter Detemple, Tim Denison, Jocelyne Bloch, Silvestro Micera, Erwan Bezard, Gregoire Courtine
III-3 Learning shifts visual cortex from bottom-up to top-down dominant states. Hiroshi Makino, Takaki Komiyama
III-4 Medial prefrontal activity during the delay period contributes to learning of a working memory task. Chengyu Li, Ding Liu, Xiaowei Gu, Jia Zhu
III-5 Decision making with ordered discrete responses. Ulrik Beierholm, Adam Sanborn
III-6 Mnemonic manifolds: convergent low-dimensional dynamics yield robust persistent representations. Joel Zylberberg, Robert Hyde, Ben Strowbridge
III-7 The successor representation as a mechanism for model-based reinforcement learning. Evan Russek, Nathaniel Daw
III-8 Back-propagation of prediction error signals in the basal forebrain underlies new learning. Hachi Manzur, Ksenia Vlasov, Shih-Chieh Lin
III-9 Learning associations with a neurally-computed global novelty signal. Mohammadjavad Faraji, Kerstin Preuschoff, Wulfram Gerstner
III-10 It's easier to learn with a bad memory: fast inference in a simple latent feature model. Michael Buice, Peter Latham
III-11 Evidence accumulation in a changing environment. Zachary Kilpatrick, Alan Veliz-Cuba, Kresimir Josic
III-12 A model of perceptual learning: from neuromodulation to improved performance. Raphael Holca-Lamarre, Klaus Obermayer, Joerg Luecke
III-13 Neural mechanisms of rule-based behavior. Flora Bouchacourt, Etienne Koechlin, Srdjan Ostojic
III-14 Single trial electrophysiological dynamics predict behaviour during sedation . Laura Lewis, Robert Peterfreund, Linda Aglio, Emad Eskandar, Lisa Barrett, Sydney Cash, Emery Brown, Patrick Purdon
III-15 Humans maintain probabilistic belief states when predicting object trajectories. Matjaz Jogan, Alan He, Alexander Tank, Alan Stocker
III-16 Time course of attentional modulations in primary visual cortex. Xiaobing Li, Michael Jansen, Reza Lashgari, Yulia Bereshpolova, Harvey Swadlow, Jose-Manuel Alonso
III-17 Prediction predicated on prediction error: Boosting the anticipation of delayed rewards. Kiyohito Iigaya, Giles W Story, Zeb Kurth-Nelson, Ray Dolan, Peter Dayan
III-18 Metaplasticity and choice under uncertainty . Shiva Farashahi, Hyojung Seo, Daeyeol Lee, Alireza Soltani
III-19 Dynamic correlations between visual and decision areas during perceptual decision-making. Il Memming Park, Jacob Yates, Alex Huk, Jonathan Pillow
III-20 Feedback-related information representation in human medial and lateral prefrontal cortex. elliot smith, Garrett Banks, Charles MIkell, Shaun Patel, Emad Eskandar, Sameer Sheth
III-21 A homeostatic reinforcement learning theory of cocaine addiction . Mehdi Keramati, Boris Gutkin, Serge Ahmed
III-22 Amygdala activity induced by the inequity predicts long-term change of depression index. Toshiko Tanaka, Takao Yamamoto, Masahiko Haruno
III-23 Voluntary behavioral engagement controls cortical spike timing for enhanced auditory perception. Ioana Carcea, Michele Insanally, Robert Froemke
III-24 A model-based learning rule that predicts optimal control policy updates in complex motor tasks. Anastasia Sylaidi, Aldo Faisal
III-25 Context and action inputs in a reinforcement learning model of birdsong: modeling and ultrastructure. Joergen Kornfeld, Michael Stetner, Winfried Denk, Michale Fee
III-26 Neural responses in macaque caudate nucleus during visual perceptual learning. Takahiro Doi, Joshua Gold
III-27 A deep learning theory of perceptual learning dynamics. Andrew Saxe
III-28 Inferring learning rules from distributions of firing rates in inferior temporal cortex. Sukbin Lim, Jillian L. McKee, Luke Woloszyn, Yali Amit, David J. Freedman, David L. Sheinberg, Nicolas Brunel
III-29 The effect of pooling in a deep learning model of perceptual learning . Rachel Lee, Andrew Saxe
III-30 Mapping eye movement control circuits across the entire hindbrain. Alexandro Ramirez, Emre Aksay
III-31 Extracting grid characteristics from spatially distributed place-cell inputs using non-negative PCA. Yedidyah Dordek, Ron Meir, Dori Derdikman
III-32 (rescheduled to I-65) Minimal ensemble coding of combined stimulus properties in the leech CNS. Jutta Kretzberg, Friederice Pirschel, Elham Fathiazar
III-33 Bayesian Inference of Spinal Interneuron Classes Reveals Diverse and Clustered Cell Types. Mariano Gabitto, Ari Pakman, Jay Bikoff, L. F. Abbott, Thomas Jessell, Liam Paninski
III-34 A flexible code: the retina dynamically reallocates its resources to code for complex motion . Stephane Deny, Vicente Botella-Soler, Serge Picaud, Gasper Tkacik, Olivier Marre
III-35 Interneurons in a two population grid cell network. Ziwei Huang, Trygve Solstad, Benjamin Dunn
III-36 Environmental boundaries as an error correction mechanism for grid cells. Kiah Hardcastle, Surya Ganguli, Lisa Giocomo
III-37 Formation of dorso-ventral grid cell modules: The role of learning. Irmak Aykin, O. Ozan Koyluoglu, Jean-Marc Fellous
III-38 Concentration-Invariant Identification of Odors in a Model of Piriform Cortex. Merav Stern, Kevin Bolding, Larry Abbott, Kevin M. Franks
III-39 Cortical feedback decorrelates olfactory bulb output in awake mice. Gonzalo Otazu, Hong Goo Chael, Martin Davis, Dinu Albeanu
III-40 Coding of concentration in olfactory bulb: Origins of olfactory "where". Ana Parabucki, Torr Polakow, Alexander Bizer, Genela Morris, Roman Shusterman
III-41 Random connections from the olfactory bulb to cortex support generalization across odors and animals. Evan Schaffer, Dan Stettler, Daniel Kato, Gloria Choi, Richard Axel, L. F. Abbott
III-42 Neural circuits for the cortical control of the optokinetic reflex. Baohua Liu, Andrew Huberman, Massimo Scanziani
III-43 (rescheduled to I-93) Sleep selectively resets V1 responses during perceptual learning. Malte Rasch, Yin Yan, Minggui Chen, Wu Li
III-44 (rescheduled to I-82) 7T laminar fMRI indicates a preference for stereopsis in the deep layers of human V1. Nuno Goncalves, Jan Zimmermann, Hiroshi Ban, Rainer Goebel, Andrew Welchman
III-45 ON - OFF maps in ferret visual cortex. Gordon Smith, David Whitney, Matthias Kaschube, David Fitzpatrick
III-46 Rapid optimal integration of tactile input streams in somatosensory cortex. Hannes Saal, Michael Harvey, Sliman Bensmaia
III-47 Oxytocin enables maternal behavior by balancing cortical inhibition. Bianca Marlin, Mariela Mitre, James D'Amour, Moses Chao, Robert Froemke
III-48 Discriminating partially occluded shapes: insights from visual and frontal cortex . Anitha Pasupathy, Amber Fyall
III-49 Mosaic representation of odors in the output layer of the mouse olfactory bulb . Hong Goo Chae, Daniel Kepple, Alexei Koulakov, Venkatesh Murthy, Dinu Albeanu
III-50 Independent behavioral primitives underlie behavioral response to odors in Drosophila. Seung-Hye Jung, Sam Gerber, Jeff Beck, Vikas Bhandawat
III-51 Rapid linear decoding of olfactory perception during flight. Laurent Badel, Kazumi Ohta, Yoshiko Tsuchimoto, Hokto Kazama
III-52 Functional connectivity shapes the dynamics of visual object recognition. Emin Orhan
III-53 A theoretical framework for optogenetic perturbations in the oculomotor system. Nuno Calaim, David Barrett, Pedro Goncalves, Sophie Deneve, Christian Machens
III-54 Efficient probabilistic inference with oscillatory, excitatory-inhibitory neural circuit dynamics. Laurence Aitchison, Mate Lengyel
III-55 Emergence of identity-independent object properties in ventral visual cortex. Daniel Yamins, Ha Hong, James DiCarlo
III-56 Identifying proxies for behavior in full-network C. elegans neural simulations. James Kunert, Eli Shlizerman, J. Nathan Kutz
III-57 Maintaining stable perception during active exploration. Yuwei Cui, Subutai Ahmad, Chetan Surpur, Jeff Hawkins
III-58 Dynamic interaction between Pavlovian and instrumental valuation systems. Rong Guo, Jan Glaescher, Klaus Obermayer
III-59 Unexpected functional diversity among retinal ganglion cell types of the mouse retina. Philipp Berens, Tom Baden, Katrin Franke, Miroslav Roman Roson, Matthias Bethge, Thomas Euler
III-60 Fast effects of the serotonin system on odor coding in the olfactory bulb. Vikrant Kapoor, Allison C Provost, Venkatesh Murthy
III-61 Changes in inhibition explain cortical activity patterns and laminar variability. Carsen Stringer, Marius Pachitariu, Dara Sosulski, Sanjeevan Ahilan, Peter Bartho, Kenneth Harris, Michael Hausser, Peter Latham, Nicholas Lesica, Maneesh Sahani
III-62 Modulating response dynamics with the zebrafish habenula. Seetha Krishnan, Ruey-Kuang Cheng, Suresh Jesuthasan
III-63 Relating functional connectivity in V1 neural circuits and 3D natural scenes using Boltzmann machine. Yimeng Zhang, Xiong Li, Jason Samonds, Benjamin Poole, Tai Sing Lee
III-64 Testing a disinhibitory circuit in mouse visual cortex. Mario Dipoppa, Adam Ranson, Matteo Carandini, Kenneth Harris
III-65 Hippocampal phase precession is disrupted after medial entorhinal cortex lesions. Christian Leibold, Magdalene Schlesiger, Christopher Cannova, Brittney Boublil, Jena Hales, Jill Leutgeb, Stefan Leutgeb
III-66 The hexagonal grid code as a multi-dimensional clock for space. Martin Stemmler, Alexander Mathis, Andreas Herz
III-67 Multiple noise sources shape optimal encoding strategies in fundamentally different ways. Braden Brinkman, Alison Weber, Eric Shea-Brown, Fred Rieke
III-68 Sleep restores variability in synchronization and neuronal avalanches after sustained wakefulness. Christian Meisel, Dietmar Plenz
III-69 Feed-forward circuit abnormalities in the mouse model of Fragile X syndrome. Vitaly Klyachko
III-70 Computational aspects of visual motion detection in the blowfly. Suva Roy, Rob de Ruyter van Steveninck
III-71 (rescheduled to I-85) Entorhinal inter-laminar coupling during the encoding and recognition of visual stimuli. Nathan Killian, Elizabeth Buffalo
III-72 Opponent channel code of auditory space is an efficient representation of natural stereo sounds. Wiktor Mlynarski
III-73 The effect of state-space complexity on arbitration between model-based and model-free control. Sang Wan Lee, John P. Oï¾’Doherty
III-74 Spatial rate/phase correlations in theta cells can stabilize randomly drifting path integrators. Joseph Monaco, H. Tad Blair, Kechen Zhang
III-75 Temporal integration in sound texture perception. Richard McWalter, Josh McDermott
III-76 Towards understanding mechanisms of pain transmission: a systems theoretic approach. Pierre Sacre, William Anderson, Sridevi Sarma
III-77 Different mechanisms underlie direction selectivity in OFF and ON starburst amacrine cell dendrites. James Fransen, Bart Borghuis
III-78 Mechanisms for shaping receptive field in monkey anterior inferior temporal cortex. Keitaro Obara, Kazunori O'Hashi, Manabu Tanifuji
III-79 Correlations and signatures of criticality in neural population models. Marcel Nonnenmacher, Christian Behrens, Philipp Berens, Matthias Bethge, Jakob Macke
III-80 Robust nonlinear neural codes. Qianli Yang, Xaq Pitkow
III-81 Structural plasticity generates efficient network structure for synaptic plasticity. Naoki Hiratani, Tomoki Fukai
III-82 Synaptic clustering or scattering? A model of synaptic plasticity in dendrites. Romain Caze, Claudia Clopath, Simon Schultz
III-83 Direct evidence of altered cell excitability by extracellular electric fields. Belen Lafon, Asif Rahman, Marom Bikson, Lucas Parra
III-84 Homeostatic synaptic depression explains receptive field development by implicit whitening. Carlos Brito, Wulfram Gerstner
III-85 Discrimination and production of spatiotemporal patterns with a single recurrent neural network. Vishwa Goudar, Dean Buonomano
III-86 Synaptic efficacy tunes speed of activity propagation through chains of bistable neural assemblies. Hesam Setareh, Moritz Deger, Wulfram Gerstner
III-87 Relating spontaneous dynamics and stimulus coding in competitive networks. Aubrey Thompson, Ashok Litwin-Kumar, Brent Doiron
III-88 Accounting for time delays in dimensionality reduction of neural population activity. Karthik Lakshmanan, Patrick Sadtler, Elizabeth Tyler-Kabara, Aaron Batista, Byron Yu
III-89 Behaviorally relevant information is revealed in synchrony of neuronal ensembles. Neda Shahidi, Ming Hu, Ariana Andrei, Valentin Dragoi
III-90 Peripheral versus internal factors to cortical variability and information. Ruben Coen-Cagli, Ingmar Kanitscheider, Adam Kohn, Alexandre Pouget
III-91 A common topographic and functional organization for normalization across cortical areas. Joshua Alberts, Douglas Ruff, Marlene Cohen
III-92 Sparse random matrices for neural networks, spectrum density and phenomenology. Herve Rouault, Shaul Druckmann
III-93 A normative model of neural adaptation via local approximate Bayesian inference predicts V1 response to dynamic stimuli. Alessandro Ticchi, Aldo Faisal
III-94 Dimensionality, coding and dynamics of single-trial neural data. Peiran Gao, Surya Ganguli
III-95 Modulating regularity of synchronized burst dynamics with noise in cultured/model neuronal network. June Hoan Kim, Ho Jun Lee, Kyoung Lee
III-96 Influence of recurrent synaptic strengths and noise on grid firing and gamma oscillations. Lukas Solanka, Mark van Rossum, Matthew Nolan
III-97 (rescheduled to I-91) Puzzle imaging the brain: Using large-scale dimensionality reduction algorithms for localization. Joshua Glaser, Konrad Kording
III-98 (rescheduled to I-39) A spiking neuron that learns to tell the future. Johanni Brea, Alexisz Gaal, Robert Urbanczik, Walter Senn
III-99 Characterizing memory formation and storage at the mesoscopic scale. Patrick Lawlor, Shoai Hattori, Craig Weiss, John Disterhoft, Konrad Kording
III-100 The dynamics of growth cone morphology. Geoffrey Goodhill, Richard Faville, Daniel Sutherland, Brendan Bicknell, Andrew Thompson, Zac Pujic, Biao Sun, Elizabeth Kita, Ethan Scott
III-101 Synchrony between and within populations of Purkinje cells and basket cells. Andrei Khilkevich, Hunter Halverson, Michael Mauk
III-102 Characterizing asynchronous activity in networks of excitatory and inhibitory spiking neurons. Srdjan Ostojic
III-103 Periodic forcing of stabilized E-I networks: Nonlinear resonance curves and dynamics. Romain Veltz, Terrence J Sejnowski
III-104 Does topography play a functional role in decoding spatial information? Lilach Avitan, Zac Pujic, Philip Dyer, Nicholas Hughes, Ethan Scott, Geoffrey Goodhill
III-105 (rescheduled to I-66) Towards a computational model of dyslexia. Sagi Jaffe-Dax, Ofri Raviv, Nori Jacoby, Yonatan Loewenstein, Merav Ahissar
III-106 (orig. II-58) Evidence for directionality in orbitofrontal local field potentials. Erin Rich, Jonathan Wallis

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