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  • Ghodrati M, Zavitz E, Rosa MGP, Price NSC.
    Contrast and luminance adaptation alter neuronal coding and perception of stimulus orientation. Nature Communications. 2019; 10(1):941.
  • Zavitz E, Price NSC.
    Weighting neurons by selectivity produces near optimal population codes. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2019; in press.
  • Zavitz E, Yu HH, Rosa MGP, Price NSC.
    Correlated Variability in the Neurons With the Strongest Tuning Improves Direction Coding. Cerebral Cortex. 2019. 29(2):615-626.
  • Zavitz E, Price NSC.
    Understanding Sensory Information Processing Through Simultaneous Multi-area Population Recordings. Front Neural Circuits. 2019. 12:115.


  • Dell KL, Arabzadeh E, Price NSC.
    Human-like perceptual masking is difficult to observe in rats performing an orientation discrimination task. PLoS One. 2018. 13(11):e0207179.


  • Hietanen MA, Price NSC, Cloherty SL, Hadjidimitrakis K, Ibbotson MR.
    Long-term sensorimotor adaptation in the ocular following system of primates. PLoS One. 2017. 12(12):e0189030.
  • Chaplin TA, Allitt BJ, Hagan MA, Price NSC, Rajan R, Rosa MGP, Lui LL.
    Sensitivity of neurons in the middle temporal area of marmoset monkeys to random dot motion. J Neurophysiol. 2017. 118(3):1567-1580.


  • Quiroga M, Price NS.
    Simulated in vivo Electrophysiology Experiments Provide Previously Inaccessible Insights into Visual Physiology. J Undergrad Neurosci Educ. 2016. 15(1):A11-A17.
  • Ghodrati M, Alwis DS, Price NSC.
    Orientation selectivity in rat primary visual cortex emerges earlier with low-contrast and high-luminance stimuli. Eur J Neurosci. 2016. 44(10):2759-2773.
  • Alwis DS, Richards KL, Price NSC.
    Masking reduces orientation selectivity in rat visual cortex. J Neurophysiol. 2016. 116(5):2331-2341
  • Zavitz E, Yu HH, Rowe EG, Rosa MG, Price NSC.
    Rapid Adaptation Induces Persistent Biases in Population Codes for Visual Motion. J Neurosci. 2016. 36(16):4579-90.
  • Price NSC, VanCuylenberg JB.
    Noisy decision thresholds can account for suboptimal detection of low coherence motion. Sci Rep. 2016. 6:18700


  • Ghodrati M, Morris AP, Price NSC.
    The (un)suitability of modern liquid crystal displays (LCDs) for vision research. Frontiers in psychology 2015. 6: 303


  • Wong W, Price NSC.
    Testing neuronal accounts of anisotropic motion perception with computational modelling. PLOS ONE 2014. 9(11): e113061
  • Price NSC, Blum J.
    Motion perception correlates with volitional but not reflexive eye movements Neuroscience 2014. 277: 435-445
  • Blum J, Price NSC
    Reflexive tracking eye movements and motion perception: one or two neural populations? Journal of Vision 2014. 14(3):23


  • Price NSC, Born RT.
    Adaptation to speed in macaque middle temporal and medial superior temporal areas J Neuroscience 2013. 33(10): 4359-4368


  • Price NS, Edwards GL.
    Accurate reading with sequential presentation of single letters
    Frontiers in Neuroscience 2012 6: 158
  • Price NS, Prescott DL.
    Adaptation to direction statistics modulates perceptual discrimination
    Journal of Vision. 2012. 12(6):32 [web] [pdf]


  • Price NS, Born RT.
    Timescales of sensory- and decision-related activity in MT and MST
    J Neuroscience 2010. 30(42): 14036-45 [pdf]


  • Crowder NA, Price NS, Mustari MJ, Ibbotson MR.
    Direction and contrast tuning of macaque MSTd neurons during saccades
    J Neurophysiol. 2009. 101(6):3100-7.
  • Price NS, Born RT.
    Representation of movement.
    In Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, LR Squire, Editor. Oxford: Academic Press (2009)


  • Ibbotson MR, Crowder NA, Cloherty SL, Price NS, Mustari MJ
    Saccadic modulation of neural responses: possible roles in saccadic suppression, enhancement, and time compression.
    J Neurosci. 2008. 28(43):10952-60.
  • Crowder NA, Hietanen MA, Price NS, Clifford CW, Ibbotson MR.
    Dynamic contrast change produces rapid gain control in visual cortex.
    J Physiol. 2008. 586(17):4107-19


  • Hietanen MA, Crowder NA, Price NS, Ibbotson MR.
    Influence of adapting speed on speed and contrast coding in the primary visual cortex of the cat
    J Physiol. 2007. 584(2):451-62
  • Durant S, Clifford CW, Crowder NA, Price NS, Ibbotson MR.
    Characterizing contrast adaptation in a population of cat primary visual cortical neurons using Fisher information
    J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2007. 24(6):1529-37.
  • Ibbotson MR, Price NS, Crowder NA, Ono S, Mustari MJ.
    Enhanced motion sensitivity follows saccadic suppression in the superior temporal sulcus of the macaque cortex.
    Cerebral Cortex. 2007. 17(5):1129-38.


  • Ibbotson MR, Crowder NA, Price NS.
    Neural basis of time changes during saccades.
    Current Biology. 2006. 16(19):R834-6.
  • Crowder NA, Price NSC, Hietanen MA, Dreher B, Clifford CWG, Ibbotson MR.
    Relationship between contrast adaptation and orientation tuning in V1 and V2 of cat visual cortex.
    Journal of Neurophysiology. 2006. 95(1):271-83
  • Price NSC, Crowder NA, Hietanen MA, Ibbotson MR.
    Neurons in V1, V2 and PMLS of cat cortex are speed tuned but not accelerated tuned: the influence of motion adaptation.
    Journal of Neurophysiology. 2006. 95(2):660-73


  • Price NSC, Ono S, Mustari MJ, Ibbotson MR
    Comparing acceleration and speed tuning in macaque MT: physiology and modeling. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2005. 
  • Price NSC, Ibbotson MR, Ono S & Mustari MJ
    Rapid processing of retinal slip during saccades in macaque area MT.
    Journal of Neurophysiology. 2005. 94(1): 235-46 [pdf]
  • Ibbotson MR, Price NSC, Crowder NA.
    On the division of cortical cells into simple and complex types: a comparative viewpoint.
    Journal of Neurophysiology. 2005. 93(6): 3699-702 [pdf]
  • Ibbotson MR, Price NSC, Das VE, Hietanen MA, Mustari MJ.
    Torsional eye movements during psychophysical testing with rotational patterns.
    Experimental Brain Research. 2005. 160(2): 264-7 [pdf]


  • Price NSC, Greenwood JA & Ibbotson MR.
    Spatiotemporal tuning of Phantom Motion Aftereffects.
    Vision Research. 2004. 44(17): 1971-79 [pdf]


  • Price NSC & Ibbotson MR.
    Direction-selective neurons in the optokinetic system with long lasting after-responses.
    Journal of Neurophysiology. 2002. 88(5): 2224-31 [pdf]


  • Ibbotson MR, Price NSC.
    Spatiotemporal tuning of directional neurons in mammalian and avian pretectum: a comparison of physiological properties.
    Journal of Neurophysiology 2001. 86(5): 2621-4 [pdf]
  • Price NSC & Ibbotson MR.
    Pretectal neurons responding to slow wide-field retinal motion: could they compensate for slow drift during fixation.
    Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology. 2001. 29(3): 201-205 [pdf]
  • Price NSC & Ibbotson MR.
    Pretectal neurons optimized for the detection of saccade-like movements of the visual image.
    Journal of Neurophysiology. 2001. 85(4): 1512-1521 [pdf]