Lubov Nikolaevna Podladchikova

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Research Institute for Neurocybernetics 
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Koltunova TI, Podladchikova LN. (2013) Distractor effect at initial stages of recognition depends on visual image properties. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience. 12: 91-101
Podladchikova LN, Shaposhnikov DG, Koltunova TI, et al. (2009) Temporal dynamics of fixation duration, saccade amplitude, and viewing trajectory. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience. 8: 487-501
Podladchikova LN, Shaposhnikov DG, Tikidgji-Hamburyan AV, et al. (2009) Model-based approach to study of mechanisms of complex image viewing Optical Memory and Neural Networks (Information Optics). 18: 114-121
Podladchikova LN, Bondar' GG, Ivlev SA, et al. (2008) [Dynamics of the activity of cerebellar Purkinje cells induced by changes in the duration of complex spikes]. Biofizika. 53: 488-94
Rybak IA, Gusakova VI, Golovan AV, et al. (2005) Attention-guided recognition based on "what" and "where" representations: A behavioral model Neurobiology of Attention. 663-670
Podladchikova LN, Bondar' GG, Dunin-BarkovskiÄ­ VL. (2002) [Characteristics of activity of "fast" and "slow" Purkinje cells of the cerebellum]. Biofizika. 47: 338-44
Podladchikova LN, Bondar GG, Dunin-Barkowskii WL. (2002) Peculiarities of the activity of «fast» and «slow» purkinje cells of the cerebellum Biofizika. 47: 344
Dunin-BarkovskiÄ­ VL, Markin SN, Podladchikova LN, et al. (1999) [Activity of the climbing fiber innervating various Purkinje cells]. Biofizika. 44: 1094-100
Dunin-Barkowskii WL, Markin SN, Podladchikova LN, et al. (1999) Activity of branches of a climbing fiber which control different Purkinje cells Biofizika. 44: 1099-1100
Rybak IA, Gusakova VI, Golovan AV, et al. (1998) A model of attention-guided visual perception and recognition. Vision Research. 38: 2387-400
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