Giancarlo La Camera
Giancarlo La Camera
Associate Professor of Neurobiology and Behavior, Stony Brook University
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Neocortical pyramidal cells respond as integrate-and-fire neurons to in vivo–like input currents
A Rauch, G La Camera, HR Luscher, W Senn, S Fusi
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (3), 1598-1612, 2003
2722003
Multiple Time Scales of Temporal Response in Pyramidal and Fast Spiking Cortical Neurons
G La Camera, A Rauch, D Thurbon, HR Lüscher, W Senn, S Fusi
J Neurophysiol 96, 3448-3464, 2006
1092006
Minimal models of adapted neuronal response to in vivo-like input currents
G La Camera, A Rauch, HR Lüscher, W Senn, S Fusi
Neural computation 16 (10), 2101-2124, 2004
100*2004
Dynamics of multistable states during ongoing and evoked cortical activity
L Mazzucato, A Fontanini, G La Camera
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (21), 8214-8231, 2015
602015
Processing of hedonic and chemosensory features of taste in medial prefrontal and insular networks
A Jezzini, L Mazzucato, G La Camera, A Fontanini
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (48), 18966-18978, 2013
572013
Measuring and modeling the interaction among reward size, delay to reward, and satiation level on motivation in monkeys
T Minamimoto, G La Camera, BJ Richmond
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (1), 437-447, 2009
492009
The response of cortical neurons to in vivo-like input current: theory and experiment. I. Noisy inputs with stationary statistics
G La Camera, M Giugliano, W Senn, S Fusi
Biological Cybernetics 99 (4-5), 279-301, 2008
472008
Stimuli reduce the dimensionality of cortical activity
L Mazzucato, A Fontanini, G La Camera
Front Syst Neurosci. 2016 10, 11, 2016
422016
Mean field and capacity in realistic networks of spiking neurons storing sparsely coded random memories
E Curti, G Mongillo, GL Camera, DJ Amit
Neural computation 16 (12), 2597-2637, 2004
392004
Modeling the violation of reward maximization and invariance in reinforcement schedules
G La Camera, BJ Richmond
PLoS computational biology 4 (8), e1000131, 2008
262008
The response of cortical neurons to in vivo-like input current: theory and experiment. II. Time-varying and spatially distributed inputs
M Giugliano, G La Camera, S Fusi, W Senn
Biological cybernetics 99 (4), 303-318, 2008
242008
Comparison between networks of conductance-and current-driven neurons: stationary spike rates and subthreshold depolarization
G La Camera, W Senn, S Fusi
Neurocomputing 58, 253-258, 2004
202004
Knowing without doing
A Lerchner, G La Camera, B Richmond
Nature neuroscience 10 (1), 15, 2007
152007
Non-monotonic current-to-rate response function in a novel integrate-and-fire model neuron
M Giugliano, G La Camera, A Rauch, HR Lüscher, S Fusi
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 141-146, 2002
82002
Firing rate adaptation without losing sensitivity to input fluctuations
G La Camera, A Rauch, W Senn, HR Lüscher, S Fusi
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 180-185, 2002
72002
Equivalent networks of conductance-and current-driven neurons
G La Camera, W Senn, S Fusi
Lecture Notes Comput. Sci 2714, 449-452, 2003
62003
Oxytocin attenuates trust as a subset of more general reinforcement learning, with altered reward circuit functional connectivity in males
JS Ide, S Nedic, KF Wong, SL Strey, EA Lawson, BC Dickerson, LL Wald, ...
Neuroimage 174, 35-43, 2018
52018
Expectation-induced modulation of metastable activity underlies faster coding of sensory stimuli
L Mazzucato, G La Camera, A Fontanini
Nature neuroscience 22 (5), 787, 2019
42019
When NMDA receptor conductances increase inter-spike interval variability
G La Camera, S Fusi, W Senn, A Rauch, HR Lüscher
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 235-240, 2002
42002
A latch on priming
A Bernacchia, G La Camera, F Lavigne
Frontiers in psychology 5, 869, 2014
22014
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