Thomas Z. Lauritzen

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Computational neuroscience
"Thomas Lauritzen"
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Kenneth D. Miller grad student 1998-2003 UCSF
 (Contributions of inhibition and physiological noise in a model of cat primary visual cortex.)
Alex R. Wade post-doc Smith Kettlewell
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Lauritzen TZ, Harris J, Mohand-Said S, et al. (2012) Reading visual braille with a retinal prosthesis. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 6: 168
Lauritzen TZ, Ales JM, Wade AR. (2010) The effects of visuospatial attention measured across visual cortex using source-imaged, steady-state EEG. Journal of Vision. 10
Silver MA, Landau AN, Lauritzen TZ, et al. (2010) Isolating human brain functional connectivity associated with a specific cognitive process Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 7527
Lauritzen TZ, D'Esposito M, Heeger DJ, et al. (2009) Top-down flow of visual spatial attention signals from parietal to occipital cortex. Journal of Vision. 9: 18.1-14
Lauritzen TZ, Miller KD. (2004) The contributions of inhibition and noise to responses in V1 Neurocomputing. 58: 901-907
Lauritzen TZ, Miller KD. (2003) Different roles for simple-cell and complex-cell inhibition in V1. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 23: 10201-13
Lauritzen TZ, Miller KD. (2002) Local correlation-based ("push-pull") circuitry can account for non-linear summation of stimuli in a model of cat VI Neurocomputing. 44: 509-513
Lauritzen TZ, Krukowski AE, Miller KD. (2001) Local correlation-based circuitry can account for responses to multi-grating stimuli in a model of cat V1. Journal of Neurophysiology. 86: 1803-15
Lauritzen TZ, Krukowski AE, Miller KD. (2001) A model of cross-orientation inhibition in cat primary visual cortex Neurocomputing. 38: 757-762
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