Daniel Zaksas

Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
"Daniel Zaksas"
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Tatiana Pasternak grad student 2006 Rochester
 (Neural circuitry for the maintenance and manipulation of visual motion information.)
John A. Assad post-doc Harvard Medical School
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Zaksas D, LaMendola NP, Pasternak T. (2010) Remembered direction modulates responses to visual motion in MT and prefrontal neurons Journal of Vision. 6: 109-109
Zaksas D, LaMendola NP, Pasternak T. (2010) Direction selective activity in prefrontal cortex during a working memory for motion task Journal of Vision. 5: 495-495
Zaksas D, Pasternak T. (2006) Directional signals in the prefrontal cortex and in area MT during a working memory for visual motion task. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 26: 11726-42
Zaksas D, Pasternak T. (2005) Area MT neurons respond to visual motion distant from their receptive fields. Journal of Neurophysiology. 94: 4156-67
Bisley JW, Zaksas D, Droll JA, et al. (2004) Activity of neurons in cortical area MT during a memory for motion task. Journal of Neurophysiology. 91: 286-300
Pasternak T, Zaksas D. (2003) Stimulus specificity and temporal dynamics of working memory for visual motion. Journal of Neurophysiology. 90: 2757-62
Chelvanayagam DK, Zaksas D, Pasternak T. (2003) Activity in MT neurons is affected by the nature of motion discrimination required by the working memory task Journal of Vision. 3: 406a
Zaksas D, Pasternak T. (2002) Activity of MT neurons is affected by remote visual stimuli used in a memory for motion task Journal of Vision. 2: 417a
Pasternak T, Zaksas D. (2002) Memory for visual votion: What is remembered and how is it used? Journal of Vision. 2: 416a
Zaksas D, Bisley JW, Pasternak T. (2001) Motion information is spatially localized in a visual working-memory task. Journal of Neurophysiology. 86: 912-21
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