Thomas Naselaris
Thomas Naselaris
Assistant Professor, Neurosciences Dept., Medical University of South Carolina
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Identifying natural images from human brain activity
KN Kay, T Naselaris, RJ Prenger, JL Gallant
Nature 452 (7185), 352, 2008
10402008
Reconstructing visual experiences from brain activity evoked by natural movies
S Nishimoto, AT Vu, T Naselaris, Y Benjamini, B Yu, JL Gallant
Current Biology 21 (19), 1641-1646, 2011
6782011
Encoding and decoding in fMRI
T Naselaris, KN Kay, S Nishimoto, JL Gallant
Neuroimage 56 (2), 400-410, 2011
4802011
Bayesian reconstruction of natural images from human brain activity
T Naselaris, RJ Prenger, KN Kay, M Oliver, JL Gallant
Neuron 63 (6), 902-915, 2009
4272009
Mental imagery: functional mechanisms and clinical applications
J Pearson, T Naselaris, EA Holmes, SM Kosslyn
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (10), 590-602, 2015
3052015
A voxel-wise encoding model for early visual areas decodes mental images of remembered scenes
T Naselaris, CA Olman, DE Stansbury, K Ugurbil, JL Gallant
Neuroimage 105, 215-228, 2015
1252015
Natural scene statistics account for the representation of scene categories in human visual cortex
DE Stansbury, T Naselaris, JL Gallant
Neuron 79 (5), 1025-1034, 2013
1162013
Mapping of the preferred direction in the motor cortex
AP Georgopoulos, H Merchant, T Naselaris, B Amirikian
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (26), 11068-11072, 2007
892007
Dynamic sculpting of directional tuning in the primate motor cortex during three-dimensional reaching
H Merchant, T Naselaris, AP Georgopoulos
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (37), 9164-9172, 2008
592008
Resolving ambiguities of MVPA using explicit models of representation
T Naselaris, KN Kay
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (10), 551-554, 2015
562015
Cortical representation of animate and inanimate objects in complex natural scenes
T Naselaris, DE Stansbury, JL Gallant
Journal of Physiology-Paris 106 (5-6), 239-249, 2012
492012
Large-scale organization of preferred directions in the motor cortex. I. Motor cortical hyperacuity for forward reaching
T Naselaris, H Merchant, B Amirikian, AP Georgopoulos
Journal of neurophysiology 96 (6), 3231-3236, 2006
432006
Encoding and decoding V1 fMRI responses to natural images with sparse nonparametric models
VQ Vu, P Ravikumar, T Naselaris, KN Kay, JL Gallant, B Yu
The annals of applied statistics 5 (2B), 1159, 2011
362011
Large-scale organization of preferred directions in the motor cortex. II. Analysis of local distributions
T Naselaris, H Merchant, B Amirikian, AP Georgopoulos
Journal of neurophysiology 96 (6), 3237-3247, 2006
332006
Visual cortex activation to drug cues: a meta-analysis of functional neuroimaging papers in addiction and substance abuse literature
CA Hanlon, LT Dowdle, T Naselaris, M Canterberry, BM Cortese
Drug and alcohol dependence 143, 206-212, 2014
302014
Spatial reconstruction of trajectories of an array of recording microelectrodes
T Naselaris, H Merchant, B Amirikian, AP Georgopoulos
Journal of neurophysiology 93 (4), 2318-2330, 2005
262005
Evaluation of tools for long read RNA-seq splice-aware alignment
K Križanović, A Echchiki, J Roux, M Šikić
Bioinformatics 34 (5), 748-754, 2017
252017
Perfusion network shift during seizures in medial temporal lobe epilepsy
KM Sequeira, A Tabesh, RK Sainju, SM DeSantis, T Naselaris, JE Joseph, ...
PLoS one 8 (1), e53204, 2013
232013
The feature-weighted receptive field: An interpretable encoding model for complex feature spaces
G St-Yves, T Naselaris
NeuroImage 180, 188-202, 2018
182018
Optogenetically evoked gamma oscillations are disturbed by cocaine administration
JE Dilgen, T Tompa, S Saggu, TD Naselaris, A Lavin
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 7, 213, 2013
132013
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