Moshe Gur

Affiliations: 
Technion IIT, Haifa, Haifa District, Israel 
Area:
Vision
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Gur M. (2015) Space reconstruction by primary visual cortex activity: a parallel, non-computational mechanism of object representation. Trends in Neurosciences. 38: 207-16
Hendel T, Gur M. (2014) Saccadic amplitudes during combined saccade-vergence movements result from a weighted average of the target's locations in the two retinas. Experimental Brain Research. 232: 315-28
Hendel T, Gur M. (2012) Evidence against the facilitation of the vergence command during saccade-vergence interactions. Experimental Brain Research. 223: 415-27
Furman M, Gur M. (2012) And yet it moves: perceptual illusions and neural mechanisms of pursuit compensation during smooth pursuit eye movements. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 36: 143-51
Snodderly M, Gur M. (2010) Evidence for a motion-selective pathway from V1 to the ventral cortical stream for object recognition Journal of Vision. 6: 108-108
Kagan I, Gur M, Snodderly DM. (2008) Saccades and drifts differentially modulate neuronal activity in V1: effects of retinal image motion, position, and extraretinal influences. Journal of Vision. 8: 19.1-25
Gur M, Snodderly DM. (2008) Physiological differences between neurons in layer 2 and layer 3 of primary visual cortex (V1) of alert macaque monkeys. The Journal of Physiology. 586: 2293-306
Berkovich E, Pratt H, Gur M. (2008) Face recognition with biologically motivated boosted features Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 5329: 1-13
Gur M, Snodderly DM. (2007) Direction selectivity in V1 of alert monkeys: evidence for parallel pathways for motion processing. The Journal of Physiology. 585: 383-400
Tang Y, Saul A, Gur M, et al. (2007) Eye position compensation improves estimates of response magnitude and receptive field geometry in alert monkeys. Journal of Neurophysiology. 97: 3439-48
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