Wahiba Taouali

Affiliations: 
Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone UMR 7289 Aix Marseille Université 
Area:
computational neuroscience
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Taouali W, Benvenuti G, Wallisch P, et al. (2015) Testing the Odds of Inherent versus Observed Over-dispersion in Neural Spike Counts. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00194.2015
Taouali W, Goffart L, Alexandre F, et al. (2015) A parsimonious computational model of visual target position encoding in the superior colliculus. Biological Cybernetics. 109: 549-59
Taouali W, Benvenuti G, Chavane F, et al. (2015) A dynamic model for decoding direction and orientation in macaque primary visual cortex. Journal of Vision. 15: 484
Perrinet LU, Adams RA, Friston KJ. (2014) Active inference, eye movements and oculomotor delays. Biological Cybernetics. 108: 777-801
Kaplan BA, Lansner A, Masson GS, et al. (2013) Anisotropic connectivity implements motion-based prediction in a spiking neural network. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 7: 112
Khoei MA, Masson GS, Perrinet LU. (2013) Motion-based prediction explains the role of tracking in motion extrapolation. Journal of Physiology, Paris. 107: 409-20
Simoncini C, Perrinet LU, Montagnini A, et al. (2012) More is not always better: adaptive gain control explains dissociation between perception and action. Nature Neuroscience. 15: 1596-603
Perrinet LU, Masson GS. (2012) Motion-based prediction is sufficient to solve the aperture problem. Neural Computation. 24: 2726-50
Leon PS, Vanzetta I, Masson GS, et al. (2012) Motion clouds: model-based stimulus synthesis of natural-like random textures for the study of motion perception. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 3217-26
Masson GS, Perrinet LU. (2012) The behavioral receptive field underlying motion integration for primate tracking eye movements. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 36: 1-25
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