David C. Bradley

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Visual neurophysiology
"David Bradley"
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Benjamin Scott research assistant MIT
Paymon Hosseini research assistant 2002-2004 MIT
Manu S. Goyal grad student Chicago
Ari Rosenberg grad student Chicago
Hong Xu grad student 2000-2007 Chicago
Pascal Wallisch grad student 2001-2007 Chicago
Andrew M. Clark grad student 2002-2007 Chicago
Gopathy Purushothaman post-doc Chicago
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Clark AM, Bradley DC. (2022) A neural correlate of perceptual segmentation in macaque middle temporal cortical area. Nature Communications. 13: 4967
Xu H, Wallisch P, Bradley DC. (2014) Spiral motion selective neurons in area MSTd contribute to judgments of heading. Journal of Neurophysiology. 111: 2332-42
Churchland MM, Yu BM, Cunningham JP, et al. (2010) Stimulus onset quenches neural variability: a widespread cortical phenomenon. Nature Neuroscience. 13: 369-78
Bradley DC, Goyal MS. (2008) Velocity computation in the primate visual system. Nature Reviews. Neuroscience. 9: 686-95
Rosenberg A, Wallisch P, Bradley DC. (2008) Responses to direction and transparent motion stimuli in area FST of the macaque. Visual Neuroscience. 25: 187-95
Rosenberg A, Wallisch P, Bradley DC. (2007) Opponent motion tuning of neurons in area FST of the macaque Bmc Neuroscience. 8
Purushothaman G, Scott BB, Bradley DC. (2006) An acute method for multielectrode recording from the interior of sulci and other deep brain areas. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 153: 86-94
Born RT, Bradley DC. (2005) Structure and function of visual area MT. Annual Review of Neuroscience. 28: 157-89
Purushothaman G, Bradley DC. (2005) Neural population code for fine perceptual decisions in area MT. Nature Neuroscience. 8: 99-106
Bradley DC, Troyk PR, Berg JA, et al. (2005) Visuotopic mapping through a multichannel stimulating implant in primate V1. Journal of Neurophysiology. 93: 1659-70
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