Recommended Readings: Charles D. Gilbert M.D., Ph.D. Nov 16, 2009

Monday Lecture Series

Dynamic Brain States

Charles  D. Gilbert, M.D., Ph.D.

Arthur and Janet Ross Professor,  Laboratory of Neurobiology

Monday, Nov 16, 2009

4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Second Floor, Welch Hall

Recommended Articles: 

Gilbert CD, Li W, Piech V.  2009.  Perceptual learning and adult cortical plasticityJournal of Physiology-London.    587(12): 2743-2751 

 De Meyer K, Spratling MW.   2009.  A model of non-linear interactions between cortical top-down and horizontal connections explains the attentional gating of collinear facilitation.  VISION.   49( 5): 553-568    Request article from Markus Library

Baker CI, Peli E, Knouf N, Kanwisher NG.  2005.  Reorganization of visual processing in macular degenerationJournal of Neuroscience.   25 : 614-618    

Bardy C, Huang JY, Wang C, et al.  2009.   “Top-down” influences of ipsilateral or contralateral postero-temporal visual cortices on the extra-classical receptive fields of neurons in cat’s striate cortex.   NEUROSCIENCE   158(2):951-966   

Setic M, Domijan D.  2008.  Modeling the top-down influences on the lateral interactions in the visual cortex.   BRAIN RESEARCH    1225( Sp. Iss. SI): 86-101   

Li W, Piech V, Gilbert CD.  2008.  Learning to link visual contoursNEURON.   57(3): 442-451  

 Seitz AR, Dinse HR.  2007.  A common framework for perceptual learning.  CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY.  17(2):148-153   

 LI W.   2004.   Perceptual learning and top-down influences in primary visual cortex.  NATURE NEUROSCIENCE.   7:651

 CRIST RE.  2001.  Learning to see: experience and attention in primary visual cortex.  NATURE NEUROSCIENCE.      4: 519