Juan Manuel Galeazzi, DPhil

Experimental Psychology University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Neural coding, Neural networks, Electrophysiology
"Juan Galeazzi"
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Wu Z, Kavanova M, Hickman L, et al. (2021) Low beta repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation to human dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during object recognition memory sample presentation, at a task related frequency observed in local field potentials in homologous macaque cortex, impairs subsequent recollection but not familiarity. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Isbister JB, Eguchi A, Ahmad N, et al. (2018) A new approach to solving the feature-binding problem in primate vision. Interface Focus. 8: 20180021
Born J, Galeazzi JM, Stringer SM. (2017) Hebbian learning of hand-centred representations in a hierarchical neural network model of the primate visual system. Plos One. 12: e0178304
Galeazzi JM, Navajas J, Mender BM, et al. (2016) The visual development of hand-centered receptive fields in a neural network model of the primate visual system trained with experimentally recorded human gaze changes. Network (Bristol, England). 1-23
Galeazzi JM, Minini L, Stringer SM. (2015) The Development of Hand-Centered Visual Representations in the Primate Brain: A Computer Modeling Study Using Natural Visual Scenes. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 9: 147
Galeazzi JM, Mender BM, Paredes M, et al. (2013) A self-organizing model of the visual development of hand-centred representations. Plos One. 8: e66272
Galeazzi JM, Stringer SM. (2013) Neural network modelling of hierarchical motor function in the brain Computational and Robotic Models of the Hierarchical Organization of Behavior. 2147483647: 293-317
Sánchez JM, Galeazzi JM, Burgos JE. (2010) Some structural determinants of Pavlovian conditioning in artificial neural networks. Behavioural Processes. 84: 526-35
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