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Adi Lixenberg, Merav Yarkoni, Yehudit Botschko, and Mati Joshua
Encoding of eye movements explains reward-related activity in cerebellar simple spikes
, J Neurophysiol 123: 786–799 (2020)
Larry N, Yarkoni M, Lixenberg A, Joshua M
Cerebellar climbing fibers encode expected reward size
, eLife 8:e46870 (2019)
Zur G, Joshua M
Using extracellular low frequency signals to improve the spike sorting of cerebellar complex spikes
, Journal of Neuroscience Methods (2019)
Heffley, W, Song E Y, Xu Z, Taylor BN, Hughes M A, McKinney A, Joshua M, Hull C.
Coordinated cerebellar climbing fiber activity signals learned sensorimotor predictions.
, Nature neuroscience, Volume: 21, Issue: 10, pp: 1431-1441 (2018)
Lixenberg, A, Joshua M.
Encoding of Reward and Decoding Movement from the Frontal Eye Field during Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements.
, Journal of Neuroscience, 38 (49) 10515-10524 (2018)
Botschko, Y, Yarkoni M, Joshua M.
Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement of Monkeys Naive to Laboratory Setups With Pictures and Artificial Stimuli.
, Frontiers in systems neuroscience, Volume: 12 (2018)
Raghavan, RT, Joshua M.
Dissecting patterns of preparatory activity in the frontal eye fields during pursuit target selection.
, Journal of Neurophysiology, Volume 118, Issue 4, Pages 2216-2231 (2017)
Marmor O, Valsky D, Joshua M, Bick AS, Arkadir D, Tamir I, Bergman H, Israel Z, Eitan R.
Local vs. volume conductance activity of field potentials in the human subthalamic nucleus
, Journal of Neurophysiology 117(6):2140-2151 (2017)
Lee, J, Joshua M, Medina JF, Lisberger SG.
Signal, Noise, and Variation in Neural and Sensory-Motor Latency.
, Neuron, Volume 90, Issue 1, Pages 165-176 (2016)
Joshua, M and Lisberger, S.G.
A tale of two species: Neural integration in zebrafish and monkeys
, Neuroscience Jun 18;296:80-91 (2015)
Joshua, M. Tokiyama, S. Lisberger, S.G.
Interactions between target location and reward size modulate the rate of microsaccades in monkeys
, Journal of Neurophysiology 114(5):2616-24. (2015)
Joshua, M. Lisberger, S.G.
A framework for using signal, noise, and variation to determine whether the brain controls movement synergies or single muscles
, Journal of Neurophysiology 111(4):733-45 (2014)
Woolley, S.C. Rajan, R. Joshua, M. and Doupe, A.J.
Emergence of Context-Dependent Variability across a Basal Ganglia Network
, Neuron 82:208–223 (2014)
Chaisanguanthum, K.S.* Joshua, M*. Medina, J.F. Bialek, W. and Lisberger, S.G.
The Neural Code for Motor Control in the Cerebellum and Oculomotor Brainstem.
, eNeuro (2014)
Joshua, M. Medina, J.F. and Lisberger, S.G.
Diversity of Neural Responses in the Brainstem during Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements Constrains the Circuit Mechanisms of Neural Integration
, Journal of Neuroscience 33(15):6633-6647 (2013)
Joshua, M. and Lisberger, S.G.
Reward Action in the Initiation of Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements
, Journal of Neuroscience 32(8):2856-67 (2012)
Shalit, U, Zinger N, Joshua M, Prut Y.
Descending Systems Translate Transient Cortical Commands into a Sustained Muscle Activation Signal.
, Cerebral Cortex, Volume 22, Issue 8, Pages 1904–1914 (2011)
Adler, A, Joshua M, Rivlin-Etzion M, Mitelman R, Marmor O, Prut Y, Bergman H.
Neurons in both pallidal segments change their firing properties similarly prior to closure of the eyes.
, Journal of neurophysiology. 103(1):346-59 (2010)
Joshua, M. Adler, A. and Bergman, H.
Novelty encoding by the output neurons of the basal ganglia
, Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 8;3:2 (2010)
Mitelman, R, Joshua M, Adler A, Bergman H.
A noninvasive, fast and inexpensive tool for the detection of eye open/closed state in primates
, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Volume 178, Issue 2, Pages 350-356 (2009)
Joshua, M, Adler A, Rosin B, Vaadia E, Bergman H.
Encoding of probabilistic rewarding and aversive events by pallidal and nigral neurons.
, Journal of neurophysiology, Volume 101, Issue 2, Pages 758-772 (2009)
Joshua M, Adler A, Prut Y, Vaadia E, Wickens JR, Bergman H.
Synchronization of midbrain dopaminergic neurons is enhanced by rewarding events
, Neuron. 62(5):695-704 (2009)
Joshua, M, Adler, A. and Bergman, H.
The dynamics of dopamine in control of motor behavior
, Current Opinion in Neurobiology, Volume 19, Issue 6, Pages 615-620 (2009)
Joshua, M, Adler A, Mitelman R, Vaadia E, Bergman H.
Midbrain dopaminergic neurons and striatal cholinergic interneurons encode the difference between reward and aversive events at different epochs of probabilistic classical conditioning trials.
, Journal of Neuroscience, 28 (45) 11673-11684 (2008)
Joshua, M, Elias S, Levine O, Bergman H.
Quantifying the isolation quality of extracellularly recorded action potentials.
, Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Volume 163, Issue 2, Pages 267-282 (2007)
Elias, S, Joshua M, Goldberg JA, Heimer G, Arkadir D, Morris G, Bergman H.
Statistical properties of pauses of the high-frequency discharge neurons in the external segment of the globus pallidus.
, Journal of Neuroscience, 27 (10) 2525-2538 (2007)
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