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Bruce Cumming

Affiliations: 
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 
Area:
Visual cortex
Website:
http://neuroscience.nih.gov/Lab.asp?Org_ID=441
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Holly Bridge grad student Oxford
Adrian Gopnik Bondy grad student 2010- NIH
Ralf Haefner post-doc NIH
Hendrikje Nienborg post-doc NIH
Ali Moeeny post-doc 2009- NEI
Incheol Kang post-doc 2013- NEI
Jenny C.A. Read post-doc 2001-2005 NEI
Christine Bredfeldt post-doc 2003-2007 NIH
Seiji Tanabe post-doc 2005-2010 NIH
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Bartsch F, Cumming BG, Butts DA. (2022) Model-based characterization of the selectivity of neurons in primary visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology
Sheliga BM, Quaia C, FitzGibbon EJ, et al. (2021) Short-latency ocular following responses to motion stimuli are strongly affected by temporal modulations of the visual content during the initial fixation period. Journal of Vision. 21: 8
Bondy AG, Haefner RM, Cumming BG. (2018) Feedback determines the structure of correlated variability in primary visual cortex. Nature Neuroscience
Aparicio P, Cumming B. (2018) Perceptual adaptation to disparity is not well explained by responses in V1 Journal of Vision. 18: 987
Bartsch F, Butts D, Cumming B. (2018) Characterizing neural processing in foveal primary visual cortex Journal of Vision. 18: 848
Sheliga B, Quaia C, FitzGibbon E, et al. (2018) Short-latency ocular-following responses to motion stimuli are strongly affected by temporal modulations of the visual content during the initial fixation period. Journal of Vision. 18: 351
Palmieri L, Henriksen S, Read J, et al. (2018) The effect of interocular contrast on disparity tuning in primary visual cortex Journal of Vision. 18: 133
Quaia C, Optican LM, Cumming BG. (2017) Suppression and contrast normalization in motion processing. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Joiner WM, Cavanaugh J, Wurtz RH, et al. (2017) Visual responses in FEF, unlike V1, primarily reflect when the visual context renders a receptive field salient. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Tarawneh G, Nityananda V, Rosner R, et al. (2017) Invisible noise obscures visible signal in insect motion detection. Scientific Reports. 7: 3496
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