Ning Qian, Phd

Affiliations: 
Columbia University, New York, NY 
Area:
Computation and Theory, Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience, Theoretical Neuroscience
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Children

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Baihan Lin grad student 2017- Columbia
Brendon Omar Watson grad student 2001-2001 Columbia
Hong Xu post-doc 2007- Columbia
Nestor Matthews post-doc 1997-2001 Columbia

Collaborators

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Zili Liu collaborator UCLA
Franco Pestilli collaborator 2010-2011 Columbia
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Qian N, Lipkin RM, Kaszowska A, et al. (2020) Computational modeling of excitatory/inhibitory balance impairments in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research
Li Z, Mazzoni P, Song S, et al. (2017) A Single, Continuously Applied Control Policy for Modeling Reaching Movements with and without Perturbation. Neural Computation. 1-31
Ding S, Cueva CJ, Tsodyks M, et al. (2017) Visual perception as retrospective Bayesian decoding from high- to low-level features. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114: E9115-E9124
Zhou Y, Liang L, Pan Y, et al. (2017) Sites of overt and covert attention define simultaneous spatial reference centers for visuomotor response. Scientific Reports. 7: 46556
Li Z, Qian N. (2015) Solving stereo transparency with an extended coarse-to-fine disparity energy model. Neural Computation. 27: 1058-82
Qian N, Dayan P. (2013) The company they keep: background similarity influences transfer of aftereffects from second- to first-order stimuli. Vision Research. 87: 35-45
Qian N, Jiang Y, Jiang ZP, et al. (2013) Movement duration, Fitts's law, and an infinite-horizon optimal feedback control model for biological motor systems. Neural Computation. 25: 697-724
Xu H, Liu P, Dayan P, et al. (2012) Multi-level visual adaptation: dissociating curvature and facial-expression aftereffects produced by the same adapting stimuli. Vision Research. 72: 42-53
Qian N, Lipkin RM. (2011) A learning-style theory for understanding autistic behaviors. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 5: 77
Teich AF, Qian N. (2010) V1 orientation plasticity is explained by broadly tuned feedforward inputs and intracortical sharpening. Visual Neuroscience. 27: 57-73
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