Ronen Segev

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Ronen Segev"
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Volotsky S, Ben-Shahar O, Donchin O, et al. (2022) Recognition of natural objects in the archerfish. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 225
Vinepinsky E, Perchik S, Segev R. (2020) A Generalized Linear Model of a Navigation Network. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 14: 56
Vinepinsky E, Cohen L, Perchik S, et al. (2020) Representation of edges, head direction, and swimming kinematics in the brain of freely-navigating fish. Scientific Reports. 10: 14762
Reichenthal A, Segev R, Ben-Shahar O. (2020) Feature integration theory in non-humans: Spotlight on the archerfish. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Cohen L, Vinepinsky E, Segev R. (2019) Wireless Electrophysiological Recording of Neurons by Movable Tetrodes in Freely Swimming Fish. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Volotsky S, Vinepinsky E, Donchin O, et al. (2019) Long-range neural inhibition and stimulus competition in the archerfish optic tectum. Journal of Comparative Physiology. a, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology
Reichenthal A, Ben-Tov M, Ben-Shahar O, et al. (2019) What pops out for you pops out for fish: Four common visual features. Journal of Vision. 19: 1
Ben-Tov M, Ben-Shahar O, Segev R. (2018) What a predator can teach us about visual processing: a lesson from the archerfish. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 52: 80-87
Reichenthal A, Ben-Tov M, Segev R. (2018) Coding Schemes in the Archerfish Optic Tectum. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 12: 18
Vinepinsky E, Donchin O, Segev R. (2017) Wireless Electrophysiology of the Brain of Freely Swimming Goldfish. Journal of Neuroscience Methods
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