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Matthew F. Rushworth

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University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
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Adam M. Chekroud research assistant 2013-2014 Oxford
Alessandro Bongioanni grad student
Steven W. Kennerley grad student
Peter Rudebeck grad student Oxford
Davide Folloni grad student 2015- Oxford
Mark E. Walton grad student 2000-2004 Oxford
Paul C. Taylor grad student 2002-2006 Oxford
Paula L. Croxson grad student 2002-2007 Oxford
Irma T. Kurniawan grad student 2006-2007 Oxford
Miriam C. Klein grad student 2008-2008 UCL
Erie Dell Boorman grad student 2005-2010 Oxford
Ethan R. Buch grad student 2005-2011 Oxford
MaryAnn P. Noonan grad student 2007-2011 Oxford
Max Kleiman-Weiner grad student 2010-2012 Oxford
Jerome Sallet post-doc Oxford
Tim Behrens post-doc 2005- Oxford
Rogier B. Mars post-doc 2007- Oxford
Kevin J.L. Marche post-doc 2016- Oxford
Rei Akaishi post-doc 2012-2014 Oxford
Elsa Florence Fouragnan post-doc 2016-2018 Oxford

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Tim Behrens collaborator Oxford
Mark J. Buckley collaborator Oxford
Mehdi Khamassi collaborator 2017-2020 Oxford
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Klink PC, Aubry JF, Ferrera VP, et al. (2021) Combining Brain Perturbation and Neuroimaging in Non-human Primates. Neuroimage. 118017
Mars RB, Jbabdi S, Rushworth MFS. (2021) A Common Space Approach to Comparative Neuroscience. Annual Review of Neuroscience
Bongioanni A, Folloni D, Verhagen L, et al. (2021) Activation and disruption of a neural mechanism for novel choice in monkeys. Nature
Grohn J, Schüffelgen U, Neubert FX, et al. (2020) Multiple systems in macaques for tracking prediction errors and other types of surprise. Plos Biology. 18: e3000899
Lopez-Persem A, Roumazeilles L, Folloni D, et al. (2020) Differential functional connectivity underlying asymmetric reward-related activity in human and nonhuman primates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Sallet J, Noonan MP, Thomas A, et al. (2020) Behavioral flexibility is associated with changes in structure and function distributed across a frontal cortical network in macaques. Plos Biology. 18: e3000605
Khalighinejad N, Priestley L, Jbabdi S, et al. (2020) Human decisions about when to act originate within a basal forebrain-nigral circuit. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Tankelevitch L, Spaak E, Rushworth MFS, et al. (2020) Previously Reward-Associated Stimuli Capture Spatial Attention in the Absence of Changes in the Corresponding Sensory Representations as Measured with MEG. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 40: 5033-5050
Khalighinejad N, Bongioanni A, Verhagen L, et al. (2019) A Basal Forebrain-Cingulate Circuit in Macaques Decides It Is Time to Act. Neuron
Fouragnan EF, Chau BKH, Folloni D, et al. (2019) The macaque anterior cingulate cortex translates counterfactual choice value into actual behavioral change. Nature Neuroscience
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