Jorrit Steven Montijn

Affiliations: 
University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Area:
visual neuroscience, population coding, calcium imaging, mouse, stimulus detection
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Oude Lohuis MN, Pie JL, Marchesi P, et al. (2022) Multisensory task demands temporally extend the causal requirement for visual cortex in perception. Nature Communications. 13: 2864
Montijn JS, Seignette K, Howlett MH, et al. (2021) A parameter-free statistical test for neuronal responsiveness. Elife. 10
Meijer GT, Marchesi P, Mejias JF, et al. (2020) Neural Correlates of Multisensory Detection Behavior: Comparison of Primary and Higher-Order Visual Cortex. Cell Reports. 31: 107636
Vangeneugden J, van Beest EH, Cohen MX, et al. (2019) Activity in Lateral Visual Areas Contributes to Surround Suppression in Awake Mouse V1. Current Biology : Cb
Meijer GT, Montijn JS, Pennartz CMA, et al. (2017) Audio-visual modulation in mouse V1 depends on cross-modal stimulus configuration and congruency. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Montijn JS, Meijer GT, Lansink CS, et al. (2016) Population-Level Neural Codes Are Robust to Single-Neuron Variability from a Multidimensional Coding Perspective. Cell Reports
Montijn JS, Olcese U, Pennartz CM. (2016) Visual Stimulus Detection Correlates with the Consistency of Temporal Sequences within Stereotyped Events of V1 Neuronal Population Activity. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 8624-40
Montijn JS, Goltstein PM, Pennartz CM. (2015) Mouse V1 population correlates of visual detection rely on heterogeneity within neuronal response patterns. Elife. 4
Goltstein PM, Montijn JS, Pennartz CM. (2015) Effects of isoflurane anesthesia on ensemble patterns of Ca2+ activity in mouse v1: reduced direction selectivity independent of increased correlations in cellular activity. Plos One. 10: e0118277
Montijn JS, Goltstein PM, Pennartz CM. (2015) Author response: Mouse V1 population correlates of visual detection rely on heterogeneity within neuronal response patterns Elife
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