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Aaron Koralek
Aaron Koralek
Postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei columbia.edu
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Two takes on the social brain: a comparison of theory of mind tasks
MI Gobbini, AC Koralek, RE Bryan, KJ Montgomery, JV Haxby
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 19 (11), 1803-1814, 2007
5022007
Corticostriatal plasticity is necessary for learning intentional neuroprosthetic skills
AC Koralek, X Jin, JD Long II, RM Costa, JM Carmena
Nature 483 (7389), 331-335, 2012
4122012
A minimally invasive 64-channel wireless μECoG implant
R Muller, HP Le, W Li, P Ledochowitsch, S Gambini, T Bjorninen, ...
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 50 (1), 344-359, 2014
3742014
A Fully-Integrated, Miniaturized (0.125 mm²) 10.5 µW Wireless Neural Sensor
W Biederman, DJ Yeager, N Narevsky, AC Koralek, JM Carmena, E Alon, ...
IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits 48 (4), 960-970, 2013
2102013
Volitional modulation of optically recorded calcium signals during neuroprosthetic learning
KB Clancy, AC Koralek, RM Costa, DE Feldman, JM Carmena
Nature neuroscience 17 (6), 807-809, 2014
1572014
Temporally precise cell-specific coherence develops in corticostriatal networks during learning
AC Koralek, RM Costa, JM Carmena
Neuron 79 (5), 865-872, 2013
1262013
What the hyena's laugh tells: Sex, age, dominance and individual signature in the giggling call of Crocuta crocuta
N Mathevon, A Koralek, M Weldele, SE Glickman, FE Theunissen
BMC ecology 10 (1), 1-16, 2010
972010
24.1 A miniaturized 64-channel 225μW wireless electrocorticographic neural sensor
R Muller, HP Le, W Li, P Ledochowitsch, S Gambini, T Bjorninen, ...
2014 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical …, 2014
712014
Volitional modulation of primary visual cortex activity requires the basal ganglia
RM Neely, AC Koralek, VR Athalye, RM Costa, JM Carmena
Neuron 97 (6), 1356-1368. e4, 2018
592018
Assessing functional connectivity of neural ensembles using directed information
K So, AC Koralek, K Ganguly, MC Gastpar, JM Carmena
Journal of neural engineering 9 (2), 026004, 2012
482012
Sub-mm functional decoupling of electrocortical signals through closed-loop BMI learning
P Ledochowitsch, AC Koralek, D Moses, JM Carmena, MM Maharbiz
2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2013
222013
II, Costa RM, Carmena JM
AC Koralek, X Jin, JD Long
Corticostriatal plasticity is necessary for learning intentional …, 2012
182012
Equalization for intracortical microstimulation artifact reduction
P Chu, R Muller, A Koralek, JM Carmena, JM Rabaey, S Gambini
2013 35th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2013
162013
Dichotomous dopaminergic and noradrenergic neural states mediate distinct aspects of exploitative behavioral states
AC Koralek, RM Costa
Science Advances 7 (30), eabh2059, 2021
62021
8: Haxby, IV (2007)
MI Gobbini, AC Koralek, RE Bryan, KI Montgomery
Two takes on the social brain: A comparison of theory of mind tasks. journal …, 0
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Corticostriatal dynamics during learning and performance of a neuroprosthetic task
AC Koralek, JD Long, RM Costa, JM Carmena
2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2010
42010
Sustained dopaminergic plateaus and noradrenergic depressions bias transitions into exploitative behavioral states| bioRxiv [WWW Document]
AC Koralek, RM Costa
URL https://www. biorxiv. org/content/10.1101/822650v1, 2019
22019
Sustained dopaminergic plateaus and noradrenergic depressions mediate dissociable aspects of exploitative states
AC Koralek, RM Costa
BioRxiv, 822650, 2019
12019
Ventral striatum uses a temporal difference rule for prediction during neuroprosthetic control
N Vendrell-Llopis, A Koralek, R Costa, J Carmena
2019 9th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER), 562-565, 2019
12019
Sustained dopaminergic bursts and noradrenergic pauses favor exploitative behavioral states
A Koralek, R Costa
IBRO Reports 6, S60-S61, 2019
2019
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