Edward J. Tehovnik

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
vision & eye movements
"Edward Tehovnik"


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John S. Yeomans grad student University of Toronto
Peter H. Schiller post-doc 1988-1995 MIT
Peter H. Schiller research scientist 2003-2006 MIT
 (Postdoctoral fellow between 1988 and 1995; Research Scientist between 1995 and 2005; Principal Research Scientist between 2005 and 2010)
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Froudarakis E, Fahey PG, Reimer J, et al. (2019) The Visual Cortex in Context. Annual Review of Vision Science. 5: 317-339
Tehovnik EJ, Slocum WM. (2013) Electrical induction of vision. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 37: 803-18
Schiller PH, Slocum WM, Kwak MC, et al. (2011) New methods devised specify the size and color of the spots monkeys see when striate cortex (area V1) is electrically stimulated. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 17809-14
Schiller PH, Tehovnik EJ, Weiner VS. (2010) Preliminary studies examining the feasibility of a visual prosthetic device: 2. The laminar specificity of electrical stimulation in monkey area V1 and the visual percepts created Journal of Vision. 6: 404-404
Tehovnik EJ, Schiller PH. (2010) Reply by Tehovnik and Schiller to Schmidt et al's letter Perception. 39: 436
Schiller PH, Tehovnik EJ. (2010) Cortical Control of Eye Movements Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 175-181
Tehovnik EJ, Slocum WM, Smirnakis SM, et al. (2009) Microstimulation of visual cortex to restore vision. Progress in Brain Research. 175: 347-75
Tehovnik EJ, Slocum WM. (2009) Background luminance affects the detection of microampere currents delivered to macaque striate cortex. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 30: 263-71
Tehovnik EJ, Slocum WM. (2009) Depth-dependent detection of microampere currents delivered to monkey V1. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 29: 1477-89
Schiller PH, Kendall GL, Slocum WM, et al. (2008) Conditions that alter saccadic eye movement latencies and affect target choice to visual stimuli and to electrical stimulation of area V1 in the monkey. Visual Neuroscience. 25: 661-73
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