Aditya Murthy

National Brain Research Center, Gurugram, Haryana, India 
control of actions, decision making
"Aditya Murthy"
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Sendhilnathan N, Basu D, Murthy A. (2020) Assessing within-trial and across-trial neural variability in macaque frontal eye fields and their relation to behavior. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Basu D, Murthy A. (2019) Parallel programming of saccades in the macaque frontal eye field: are sequential motor plans co-activated? Journal of Neurophysiology
Verbruggen F, Aron AR, Band GP, et al. (2019) A consensus guide to capturing the ability to inhibit actions and impulsive behaviors in the stop-signal task. Elife. 8
Sendhilnathan N, Basu D, Murthy A. (2017) Simultaneous analysis of the LFP and spiking activity reveals essential components of a visuomotor transformation in the frontal eye field. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Bhutani N, Sengupta S, Basu D, et al. (2016) Parallel activation of prospective motor plans during visually-guidedsequential saccades. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Gopal A, Murthy A. (2016) A common control signal and a ballistic stage can explain the control of coordinated eye-hand movements. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00910.2015
Nelson MJ, Murthy A, Schall JD. (2016) Neural control of visual search by frontal eye field: Chronometry of neural events and race model processes. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.01023.2014
Gopal A, Murthy A. (2015) Eye-hand coordination during a double-step task: evidence for a common stochastic accumulator. Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 1438-54
Sharika KM, Murthy A. (2015) Contextual factors modulate concurrent planning of sequential saccades. Journal of Vision. 15
Gopal A, Viswanathan P, Murthy A. (2015) A common stochastic accumulator with effector-dependent noise can explain eye-hand coordination. Journal of Neurophysiology. 113: 2033-48
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