Humphries, Mark D. (PhD)

Group for Neural Theory, LNC, DEC, ENS
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Publications

Caze, R.D., Humphries, M., and Gutkin, B.S., Passive Dendrites Enable Single Neurons to Compute Linearly Non-separable Functions, PLOS Computational Biology, 9(2): e1002867, (2013).

Caze, R., Humphries, M., and Gutkin, B.S., Spiking and saturating dendrites differentially expand single neuron computation capacity, Advances in Neural Information Processing 2012, in press, (2012).

Wohrer, A., Humphries, M.D., and Machens, C.K., Population-wide distributions of neural activity during perceptual decision-making, Progress in Neurobiology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pneurobio.2012.09.004 (online publication), (2012).

Humphries, M.D., Spike-train communities: finding groups of similar spike trains, Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 2321-2336 (2011).

Humphries, M.D. and Prescott, T.J., The ventral basal ganglia, a selection mechanism at the crossroads of space, strategy, and reward, Progress in Neurobiology, 90, 385-417 (2010).

Humphries, M.D., Wood, R., and Gurney, K., Reconstructing the three-dimensional GABAergic microcircuit of the striatum, PLoS Computational Biology, 6, e1001011 (2010).

Humphries, M.D., Lepora, N., Wood, R., and Gurney, K., Capturing dopaminergic modulation and bimodal membrane behaviour of striatal medium spiny neurons in accurate, reduced models, Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 3, 26 (2009).

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