Poster Session III, Saturday, February 25, 2011, 7:30 pm

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III-1 Task control limits model learning. Jacqueline Fulvio, C. Shawn Green, Paul Schrater
III-2 Weber's law and natural priors. Ingmar Kanitscheider, Alexandre Pouget
III-3 Cortical Stimulation and Memory Retrieval: A Case Study. Joshua Jacobs, Bradley Lega, Christopher T. Anderson
III-4 More is better: the relationship of neural network size and adult neurogenesis. James B Aimone, Fred Gage
III-5 Variable, continuous resources in short-term memory. Wei Ji Ma, Ronald van den Berg, Wen-Chuang Chou, George Ryan
III-6 Enhanced reward prediction error explains the accelerated cue-reward association learning by emotion. Masahiko Haruno, Noriya Watanabe
III-7 Sequential dependencies and the representation of temporal structure: Toward primitive mechanisms of learning, memory, and generalization. Matthew Jones, Tim Curran, Michael Mozer, Matthew Wilder
III-8 Recognition and Simultaneous Pattern Processing with Top-Down Regulatory Feedback. Tsvi Achler, Mike Ham, Shawn Barr, Garrett Kenyon, Luis Bettencourt
III-9 Visualizing classification of natural video sequences using sparse, hierarchical models of cortex. . Steven Brumby, Michael Ham, Garrett Kenyon, Luis Bettencourt
III-10 How can cells in the anterior medial face patch be viewpoint invariant? . Joel Leibo, Jim Mutch, Tomaso Poggio
III-11 Tuning errors and pooling errors in hierarchical models of object recognition. Sang Wan Lee, Joel Leibo, Jim Mutch, Tomaso Poggio
III-12 Long range coupling in theta between V4 and prefrontal cortex predicts visual memory performance. Stefanie Liebe, Gregor Hoerzer, Nikos Logothetis, Gregor Rainer
III-13 Attention induces dynamic changes in synchrony between monkey areas V1 and V4. Iris Grothe, Simon D. Neitzel, Sunita Mandon, Andreas K. Kreiter
III-14 Relationship between human functional networks and covariance in cortical thickness. Rebecca Shafee, Hesheng Liu, Mert Sabuncu, B.T. Thomas Yeo, Jorge Sepulcre, Randy Buckner
III-15 Slow dynamics in balanced networks with spatially dependent connections. Ashok Litwin-Kumar, Rava Azeredo da Silveira, Brent Doiron
III-16 Response normalization in theoretical firing rate models. Jeffrey Seely, Carson Chow
III-17 Power laws, memory capacity, and self-tuned critical branching in an LIF model with binary synapses. Kello Christopher, Bryan Kerster
III-18 Complex dynamics in neural growth. Thierry Nieus, Luca Leonardo Bologna, Sergio Martinoia
III-19 Probing neural circuit connectivity at single-cell resolution using high-throughput DNA sequencing. Hassana Oyibo, Gang Cao, Huiqing Zhan, Qiaojie Xiong, Petr Znamenskiy, Lynn Enquist, Josh Dubnau, Anthony Zador
III-20 Modeling the relationships between brain iron and behavior. Michael Wenger, Julie Hammons, Laura Murray-Kolb, Sudha Venkatramanan, Jere Haas
III-21 Diffusion approximation algorithm for stochastic ion channel simulations with multiple states. Patricio Orio
III-22 Modeling extracellular electric potentials in rat CA1: From single units to LFPs. Erik Schomburg, Costas A. Anastassiou, Gyorgy Buzsaki, Christof Koch
III-23 Linear LIF model for gamma distributions of ISIs. Marius Pachitariu, Joseph Jun, Bingni W Brunton, Jeffrey C Erlich, Carlos D Brody
III-24 Spikepy: a plugin based spike sorting framework . David Morton, Jeff Pobst, Ralf Wessel
III-25 Dipole source characterization of single neurons from multielectrode recordings. Ferenc Mechler, Jonathan Victor
III-26 Two-Third power law for curved movements provides a strict constraint on optimal control models. Dongsung Huh, Terrence Sejnowski
III-27 Neural spike identification with continuous basis pursuit. Chaitanya Ekanadham, Daniel Tranchina, Eero P. Simoncelli
III-28 Does Optic Flow Explain the Firing of Grid Cells?. Florian Raudies, Ennio Mingolla, Michael Hasselmo
III-29 Modelling long-range interactions across the visual field in stereo correspondence. Jenny Read
III-30 How to identify a model for spatial vision?. Hannah M H Dold, Felix A Wichmann
III-31 Speaker-listener neural coupling underlies successful communication. Greg Stephens, Lauren Silbert, Uri Hasson
III-32 Firing rate oscillations underlie motor cortex responses during reaching in monkey. Mark Churchland, John Cunningham, Matthew Kaufman, Stephen I. Ryu, Krishna V. Shenoy
III-33 How to deal with the heterogeneity of neural responses: A demixing method. Wieland Brendel, Naoshige Uchida, Ranulfo Romo, Christian K Machens
III-34 Comparison of joint and sequential optimization for dimensionality reduction with natural stimuli. Ryan Rowekamp, Tatyana Sharpee
III-35 Voltage-triggered methods for intracellular neural characterization in visual cortex. Evan Archer, Nicholas Priebe, Jonathan W Pillow
III-36 Closed-loop identification of rhythmic neuromechanical systems. Noah Cowan, Avik De
III-37 Implementing Dynamical systems with spiking neurons. Sophie Deneve, Martin Boerlin
III-38 Inhibition stabilized cortical network models contrast dependence of cortical rhythms in the visual cortex. Monika Jadi, Terrence Sejnowski
III-39 Power law adaptation in neocortical pyramidal neurons. Christian Pozzorini, Richard Naud, Skander Mensi, Wulfram Gerstner
III-40 Correlation transfer in stochastically driven neural oscillators over long and short time scales. Aushra Abouzeid, Bard Ermentrout
III-41 Abnormally strong striatal feedforward inhibition is responsible for absence epilepsy. Takafumi Arakaki, Arthur Leblois, StÈphane Charpier, David Hansel
III-42 The army of one (sample): the characteristics of sampling-based probabilistic neural representations. Pietro Berkes, Richard Turner, Jozsef Fiser
III-43 Bayesian causal inference drives temporal sensorimotor recalibration. Luigi Acerbi, Sethu Vijayakumar
III-44 A neural network which approximates Bayesian inference and learning in a model of odour segmentation. Jeffrey Beck, Alexandre Pouget, Peter Latham
III-45 Decoding natural signals from the peripheral retina. Brian McCann, Wilson Geisler, Mary Hayhoe
III-46 Inferring retinal cone locations and functional connectivity from ganglion cell recordings. Kolia Sadeghi, Greg Field, Jeffrey Gauthier, Alexander Sher, Martin Gerschner, Timothy Machado, Lauren Jepson, Jonathon Shlens, Deborah Gunning, Keith Mathieson, Alan Litke, EJ Chichilnisky, Liam Paninski
III-47 Testing a principled statistical model of spatial contextual interactions in V1. Ruben Coen-Cagli, Adam Kohn, Odelia Schwartz
III-48 Multinomial multilayer belief net model reproducing properties of V1 simple cells and V2. Hosoya Haruo
III-49 Examining the role of higher-order statistics in visual motion estimation. James E Fitzgerald, Damon Clark, Mark Schnitzer, Thomas Clandinin
III-50 Sparse codes of V1 simple-cells and the emergence of globular receptive fields - a comparative study. Jˆrg Bornschein, Marc Henniges, Gervasio Puertas, Jorg Lucke
III-51 Probabilistic inference of perceptual relationships. Ronald van den Berg, Michael Vogel, Kre\v{s}imir Josi\'{c}, Wei Ji Ma
III-52 Learning receptor types from receptor responses. Jeremy Manning, Brendan Hurst, David Brainard
III-53 Using Particle Filters to Estimate Neural Conductance-Based Model Parameters. Liang Meng, Mark Kramer, Uri Eden
III-54 Approximate Inference by Neural Circuits. Xaq Pitkow, Yashar Ahmadian, Kenneth D. Miller
III-55 A system-level neural model of the brain mechanisms underlying instrumental devaluation in rats. Francesco Mannella, Marco Mirolli, Gianluca Baldassarre
III-56 Spike-based reward learning in continuous space and time. Nicolas Fremaux, Wulfram Gerstner
III-57 A general error-modulated STDP learning rule applied to reinforcement learning in the basal ganglia. Trevor Bekolay, Chris Eliasmith
III-58 Orbitofrontal and striatal circuits encode the shift between goal-directed and habitual actions. Christina Gremel, Rui Costa
III-59 A new functional role for lateral inhibition in the striatum: Pavlovian conditioning. Patrick Connor, Thomas Trappenberg
III-60 A 4-Hz oscillation coordinates prefrontal, VTA and hippocampal activity during working memory. Shigeyoshi Fujisawa, Gyorgy Buzsaki
III-61 Distinct striatal subcircuit activity during learning and performance of ultrafast action sequences. Xin Jin, Rui Costa
III-62 Coherent processing in M1 is organized by layer, cell type and movement activity profile. Kensuke Arai, Emi Takakuda, Takeshi Takekawa, Yoshikazu Isomura, Tomoki Fukai
III-63 Spike phase-locking to slow and fast gamma oscillations in motor cortex of behaving rat. Jun Igarashi, Yoshikazu Isomura, Rie Harukuni, Tomoki Fukai
III-64 Two-photon imaging during motor learning of larval zebrafish in a fictive behavior preparation. Misha Ahrens, Florian Engert, Ruben Portugues
III-65 Discrete population code in the mouse auditory cortex revealed by in vivo two-photon calcium imaging. Brice Bathellier, Simon Rumpel
III-66 A neural population model for pattern detection. Robbe Goris, Tom Putzeys, Johan Wagemans, Felix A Wichmann
III-67 Optimal Population Coding, Revisited. Berens Philipp, Alexander S Ecker, Sebastian Gerwinn, Andreas S. Tolias, Matthias Bethge
III-68 The effect of common input on higher-order correlations and entropy in neural populations. Jakob Macke, Manfred Opper, Matthias Bethge
III-69 Quality of tuning curves and their effect on population coding. Grace Lindsay, Benjamin Poole, Brent Doiron, Jason Samonds, Tai Sing Lee
III-70 Fast readouts in the central nervous system: latency coding. Maoz Shamir, Trevor Shackleton, Alan Palmer, Oren Shriki, Israel Nelken, Adam Kohn
III-71 The coding efficiency and temporal resolution of somatosensory neurons. Matthew Best, Emily Mackevicius, Michael Harvey, Sliman Bensmaia
III-72 Stimulus dependent correlations in the responses of cell populations in the primary visual cortex. Roger Herikstad, Jonathan Baker, Charles M. Gray, Shih-Cheng Yen
III-73 Optimal information transfer in a noisy nonlinear neuron. Yan Karklin, Eero P. Simoncelli
III-74 Independent biophysical representation of temporally correlated spike trains. William Nesse, Leonard Maler, Andre Longtin
III-75 Predicting Ganglion Cells Variability. Daniela Pamplona, Jochen Triesch, Constantin A Rothkopf
III-76 Sparse PCA explains receptive field properties of peripheral sensory coding. Honghao Shan, Matthew H Tong, Garrison Cottrell
III-77 Surround suppression improves across-trial variability in macaque LIP. Annegret Falkner, Michael Goldberg, B. Suresh Krishna
III-78 Saliency and saccade encoding in the frontal eye field during natural scene search. Hugo Fernandes, Ian Stevenson, Adam Phillips, Mark Segraves, Konrad Kording
III-79 Anticipation and resolution of moving objects by fly photoreceptors. An Dau, Daniel Coca, Stephen Billings, Mikko Juusola
III-80 Modulation of motion integration and segregation by surrounding motion: psychophysics and model. Hiromasa Takemura, Satohiro Tajima, Ikuya Murakami
III-81 A cortical model for vergence control: advantages of space-variant geometry of the cortical domain. Agostino Gibaldi, Andrea Canessa, Manuela Chessa, Fabio Solari, Silvio Paolo Sabatini
III-82 Neural mechanisms of 3D orientation tuning and orientation constancy. Ari Rosenberg, Dora Angelaki
III-83 Analyzing local image statistics via maximum-entropy constructions. Jonathan Victor, Daniel Thengone, Mary Conte
III-84 Adaptive color contrast coding in the retina efficiently matches natural scene statistics. Genadiy Vasserman, Elad Schneidman, Ronen Segev
III-85 Learning Features of Simple and Complex Cells: A Generative Approach via Multiplicative Interactions. Wentao Huang, Zhengping Ji, Garrett Kenyon
III-86 Maladaptation of the retina to spatial correlations. Kristina Simmons, Jason Prentice, Jan Homann, Gasper Tkacik, Philip Nelson, Vijay Balasubramanian
III-87 Microcortical unit: A functional unit of neurons periodically repeated in neocortical layer V. Toshihiko Hosoya, Hisato Maruoka, Rumi Kurokawa, Shun Tsuruno, Kazumasa Kubota
III-88 Empirical Bayes Methods For Sparse, Smooth, Localized Receptive Field Estimation. Mijung Park, Jonathan W Pillow
III-89 Population characteristics and interpretations of nCRF effects emerging from sparse coding. Mengchen Zhu, Christopher Rozell
III-90 Gamma rhythms, neuronal synchrony, and corticocortical communication in early visual cortex. Xiaoxuan Jia, Amin Zandvakili, Adam Kohn
III-91 Responses to correlated and anticorrelated random-dot stereograms in V3/V3A neurons in the Monkey. Yasutaka Okazaki, Ichiro Fujita
III-92 Efficient coding of naturalistic sounds in the superior olivary complex. David McAlpine, Michiel Remme, Jason Mikiel-Hunter, Roberta Donato, John Rinzel
III-93 STDP in a Computational Model of Octopus Cells of the Mammalian Auditory Brainstem. Martin Spencer, Ian Bruce, David B Grayden, Hamish Meffin, Anthony Burkitt
III-94 Stimulus density dependence in the auditory thalamus. Ross S. Williamson, Lucy A. Anderson, G. Bjorn Christianson, Maneesh Sahani, Jennifer F. Linden
III-95 Sound texture perception via statistics of peripheral auditory representations. Josh McDermott, Eero P. Simoncelli
III-96 State dependence of cortical optogenetic perturbations during active touch. Jason Ritt, Joshua Siegle, Marie CarlÈn, Konstantinos Meletis, Li-Huei Tsai, Christopher Moore
III-97 A genetic mutant reveals neural circuits regulating ethanol intoxication in Drosophila. Anita Devineni, Ulrike Heberlein
III-98 Using template-based spike sorting with optogenetics to identify neurons in extracellular recordings. Parvez Ahammad, David Jarriault, Matthieu Louis, Vivek Jayaraman
III-99 The role of somatostatin-positive interneurons in regulating sensory neocortical activity. Ulf Knoblich, Jessica Cardin, Marie Carlen, Konstantinos Meletis, Hiroki Taniguchi, Z. Josh Huang, Christopher Moore

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