Donald R. Humphrey

Emory University, Atlanta, GA 
behavioral neurophysiology
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Orville A. Smith grad student 1962-1966 University of Washington
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Karl Frank post-doc NINDS
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Griffith RW, Humphrey DR. (2006) Long-term gliosis around chronically implanted platinum electrodes in the Rhesus macaque motor cortex. Neuroscience Letters. 406: 81-6
Mitz AR, Humphrey DR. (1986) Intracortical stimulation in pyramidotomized monkeys. Neuroscience Letters. 64: 59-64
Humphrey DR, Gold R, Reed DJ. (1984) Sizes, laminar and topographic origins of cortical projections to the major divisions of the red nucleus in the monkey. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 225: 75-94
Mitz AR, Reed DJ, Humphrey DR. (1984) A sequential pulse generator for producing true biphasic stimuli. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 57: 587-90
Humphrey DR, Corrie WS. (1978) Properties of pyramidal tract neuron system within a functionally defined subregion of primate motor cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. 41: 216-43
Humphrey DR. (1978) On the proportions of identified output cells and putative interneurons the precentral arm area of the monkey's motor cortex Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1: 492-494
Humphrey DR, Rietz RR. (1976) Cells of origin of corticorubral projections from the arm area of primate motor cortex and their synaptic actions in the red nucleus. Brain Research. 110: 162-9
Pottala EW, Colburn TR, Humphrey DR. (1973) A dendritic compartment model neuron. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 20: 132-9
Humphrey DR, Corrie WS. (1973) Properties of pyramidal tract and corticorubral projections from the precentral wrist area of the primate motor cortex Federation Proceedings. 32: I
Humphrey DR. (1972) Relating motor cortex spike trains to measures of motor performance. Brain Research. 40: 7-18
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