Theodore G. Weyand

Affiliations: 
Lousiana State University, Shrevesport, United States 
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W Martin Usrey collaborator UC Davis
Daniel Llewellyn Rathbun collaborator 2002-2004 UC Davis
 (optic tract electrophysiology)
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Ketchum MJ, Weyand TG, Weed PF, et al. (2015) Learning by subtraction: Hippocampal activity and effects of ethanol during the acquisition and performance of response sequences. Hippocampus
Rathbun DL, Alitto HJ, Weyand TG, et al. (2007) Interspike interval analysis of retinal ganglion cell receptive fields. Journal of Neurophysiology. 98: 911-9
Alitto HJ, Weyand TG, Usrey WM. (2005) Distinct properties of stimulus-evoked bursts in the lateral geniculate nucleus. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 25: 514-23
Dong DW, Simpson GB, Weyand TG. (2003) No suppression, only dynamic decorrelation: Saccadic effects on the visual responses to natural time-varying images Journal of Vision. 3: 45a
Weyand TG, Gafka AC. (2001) Visuomotor properties of corticotectal cells in area 17 and posteromedial lateral suprasylvian (PMLS) cortex of the cat. Visual Neuroscience. 18: 77-91
Weyand TG, Boudreaux M, Guido W. (2001) Burst and tonic response modes in thalamic neurons during sleep and wakefulness. Journal of Neurophysiology. 85: 1107-18
Weyand TG, Updyke BV, Gafka AC. (1999) Widespread distribution of visual responsiveness in frontal, prefrontal, and prelimbic cortical areas of the cat: an electrophysiologic investigation. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 405: 99-127
Weyand TG, Gafka AC. (1998) Corticostriatal and corticotectal neurons in area 6 of the cat during fixation and eye movements. Visual Neuroscience. 15: 141-51
Weyand TG, Gafka AC. (1998) Activity of neurons in area 6 of the cat during fixation and eye movements. Visual Neuroscience. 15: 123-40
Lee C, Weyand TG, Malpeli JG. (1998) Thalamic control of cat area-18 supragranular layers: simple cells, complex cells, and cells projecting to the lateral suprasylvian visual area. Visual Neuroscience. 15: 27-35
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