Steven W. Kennerley

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University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Cavanagh SE, Hunt LT, Kennerley SW. (2020) A Diversity of Intrinsic Timescales Underlie Neural Computations. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 14: 615626
Miranda B, Malalasekera WMN, Behrens TE, et al. (2020) Combined model-free and model-sensitive reinforcement learning in non-human primates. Plos Computational Biology. 16: e1007944
Cavanagh SE, Malalasekera WMN, Miranda B, et al. (2019) Visual fixation patterns during economic choice reflect covert valuation processes that emerge with learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Hunt LT, Malalasekera WMN, de Berker AO, et al. (2018) Triple dissociation of attention and decision computations across prefrontal cortex. Nature Neuroscience. 21: 1471-1481
Cavanagh SE, Towers JP, Wallis JD, et al. (2018) Reconciling persistent and dynamic hypotheses of working memory coding in prefrontal cortex. Nature Communications. 9: 3498
Hunt LT, Rutledge RB, Malalasekera WMN, et al. (2017) Correction: Approach-Induced Biases in Human Information Sampling. Plos Biology. 15: e1002618
Hunt LT, Rutledge RB, Malalasekera WM, et al. (2016) Approach-Induced Biases in Human Information Sampling. Plos Biology. 14: e2000638
Cavanagh SE, Wallis JD, Kennerley SW, et al. (2016) Autocorrelation structure at rest predicts value correlates of single neurons during reward-guided choice. Elife. 5
Cavanagh SE, Malalasekera N, Kennerley SW. (2015) In the Blink of an Eye: Value and Novelty Drive Saccades. Annals of Medicine and Surgery (2012). 4: 319-320
Walton ME, Chau BK, Kennerley SW. (2015) Prioritising the relevant information for learning and decision making within orbital and ventromedial prefrontal cortex. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 1: 78-85
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