Jacob L Yates
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Single-trial spike trains in parietal cortex reveal discrete steps during decision-making
KW Latimer, JL Yates, MLR Meister, AC Huk, JW Pillow
Science 349 (6244), 184-187, 2015
Gaze and the control of foot placement when walking in natural terrain
JS Matthis, JL Yates, MM Hayhoe
Current Biology 28 (8), 1224-1233. e5, 2018
Dissociated functional significance of decision-related activity in the primate dorsal stream
LN Katz, JL Yates, JW Pillow, AC Huk
Nature 535 (7611), 285-288, 2016
V1 is not uniquely identified by polarity reversals of responses to upper and lower visual field stimuli
JM Ales, JL Yates, AM Norcia
Neuroimage 52 (4), 1401-1409, 2010
Functional dissection of signal and noise in MT and LIP during decision-making
JL Yates, IM Park, LN Katz, JW Pillow, AC Huk
Nature neuroscience 20 (9), 1285-1292, 2017
The role of the lateral intraparietal area in (the study of) decision making
AC Huk, LN Katz, JL Yates
Annual review of neuroscience 40, 349-372, 2017
Continuous psychophysics: Target-tracking to measure visual sensitivity
K Bonnen, J Burge, J Yates, J Pillow, LK Cormack
Journal of vision 15 (3), 14-14, 2015
On determining the intracranial sources of visual evoked potentials from scalp topography: A reply to Kelly et al.(this issue)
JM Ales, JL Yates, AM Norcia
NeuroImage 64, 703-711, 2013
Response to Comment on “Single-trial spike trains in parietal cortex reveal discrete steps during decision-making”
KW Latimer, JL Yates, MLR Meister, AC Huk, JW Pillow
Science 351 (6280), 1406-1406, 2016
Discrete stepping and nonlinear ramping dynamics underlie spiking responses of LIP neurons during decision-making
DM Zoltowski, KW Latimer, JL Yates, AC Huk, JW Pillow
Neuron 102 (6), 1249-1258. e10, 2019
Inferring sparse representations of continuous signals with continuous orthogonal matching pursuit
KC Knudson, J Yates, A Huk, JW Pillow
Advances in neural information processing systems 27, 2014
A confirmation bias in perceptual decision-making due to hierarchical approximate inference
RD Lange, A Chattoraj, JM Beck, JL Yates, RM Haefner
PLOS Computational Biology 17 (11), e1009517, 2021
Stimulus-choice (mis) alignment in primate area MT
Y Zhao, JL Yates, AJ Levi, AC Huk, IM Park
PLoS computational biology 16 (5), e1007614, 2020
Strategic and dynamic temporal weighting for perceptual decisions in humans and macaques
AJ Levi, JL Yates, AC Huk, LN Katz
ENeuro 5 (5), 2018
A simple linear readout of MT supports motion direction-discrimination performance
JL Yates, LN Katz, AJ Levi, JW Pillow, AC Huk
Journal of neurophysiology, 2020
Detailed characterization of neural selectivity in free viewing primates
JL Yates, SH Coop, GH Sarch, RJ Wu, DA Butts, M Rucci, JF Mitchell
Nature Communications 14 (1), 3656, 2023
Motion perception in the common marmoset
SL Cloherty, JL Yates, D Graf, GC DeAngelis, JF Mitchell
Cerebral Cortex 30 (4), 2659-2673, 2020
Activity in primate visual cortex is minimally driven by spontaneous movements
BC Talluri, I Kang, A Lazere, KR Quinn, N Kaliss, JL Yates, DA Butts, ...
Nature Neuroscience 26 (11), 1953-1959, 2023
Running modulates primate and rodent visual cortex via common mechanism but quantitatively distinct implementation
JP Liska, DP Rowley, TTK Nguyen, JO Muthmann, DA Butts, JL Yates, ...
bioRxiv, 2022.06. 13.495712, 2022
Dissociated functional significance of choice-related activity across the primate dorsal stream
J Yates, L Katz, IM Park, JW Pillow, A Huk
Cosyne Abstracts 535 (7611), 2014
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