Books, Papers, Abstracts

NiemeyerJ, Akers-Campbell S, Gregoire A, Paradiso MA (2022) Perceptual enhancement and suppression correlate with V1 neural activity during active sensing. Current Biology 32: 2654-2667.

 

Paradiso MA, Akers-Campbell S, Ruiz O, Niemeyer JE, Geman S, Loper J (2019) Transsaccadic information and corollary discharge in local field potentials of macaque V1. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 12: 1-18

 

Niemeyer J, Paradiso MA (2018) Saccade-based termination responses in macaque V1 and visual perception. Vis Neurosci 35: 1-7.

Niemeyer JE, Paradiso MA (2016) Contrast sensitivity and V1 neural responses in natural vision.  Journal of Neurophysiology.

 

Bear MF, Connors B, Paradiso MA (2015) Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain (Fourth Edition).  Williams and Wilkins, New York, NY.

Niemeyer JE, Paradiso MA (2014) Natural vision effects on contrast sensitivity and their correlation with macaque V1 activity. Vision Sciences Society conference, May 17, 2014.

Ruiz O, Paradiso MA (2012) Macaque V1 representations in natural and reduced contexts: spatial and temporal properties and the influence of saccadic eye movements. Journal of Neurophysiology 107.(pdf)

Paradiso MA, Meshi D, Pisarck J, Levine S (2012) Saccadic eye movements reset visual perception.  Journal of Vision 12: 1-14. (pdf)

Ruiz O, Loper J, Resvick J, Stephen E, Geman S, Paradiso MA (2010) Neural activity in macaque V1 accurately predicts the timing of fixations and saccades. Society for Neuroscience.

Ruiz O, Paradiso MA (2009) Natural viewing alters the timing and magnitude of orientation selectivity in macaque V1. Society for Neuroscience.

Huang X, Levine S, Paradiso MA (2008) Rebounding V1 activity and a new visual aftereffect. Journal of Vision 8: 1-10. (pdf)

Huang X, Paradiso MA (2008) V1 response timing and surface filling-in. Journal of Neurophysiology 100: 539-547. (pdf)

MacEvoy SP, Hanks TD, Paradiso MA (2008) Macaque V1 activity during natural vision: effects of natural scenes and saccades. Journal of Neurophysiology 99: 460-472. (pdf)

Paradiso MA, Blau S, Huang X, MacEvoy SP, Rossi AF, Shalev G (2006) Lightness, filling-in, and the fundamental role of context in visual perception. Progress in Brain Research 155: 109-123. (pdf)

Rittenhouse CD, Siegler BA, Voelker CA, Shouval HZ, Paradiso MA, Bear MF (2006) Stimulus for rapid ocular dominance plasticity in visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 95: 2947-2950. (pdf)

Bear MF, Connors B, Paradiso MA (2006) Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain (Third Edition).  Williams and Wilkins, New York, NY.

Huang X, Paradiso MA (2005) Background changes delay information represented in macaque V1 neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 94: 4314 - 4330. (pdf)

Huang X, Blau S, Paradiso MA (2005) Background changes delay the perceptual availability of form information. Journal of Neurophysiology 94: 4331 - 4343. (pdf)

Paradiso MA, MacEvoy SP, Huang X, Blau S (2005) The importance of modulatory input for V1 activity and perception.  Progress in Brain Research 149: 257-266. (pdf)

Shalev G, Paradiso MA (2005) The temporal representation of form information in natural vision. Society for Neuroscience.

Huang X, Paradiso MA (2005) Rebounding cortical activity and visual afterimages. Society for Neuroscience.

Shalev G, Paradiso MA (2005) The effects of natural scenes and saccades on V1 orientation selectivity.. Vision Sciences Society.

Clarke C., Paradiso MA (2004) The complex spatial topography of attentional modulation in macaque V4. Vision Sciences Society.

Clarke C, Paradiso MA (2003) A performance deficit at the site of attentional cueing. Vision Sciences Society.

Rossi AF, Paradiso MA (2003) Surface completion: Psychophysical and neurophysiological studies of brightness interpolation In: “Filling-in: from perceptual completion to skill learning”, eds: Pessoa L. and De Weerd P., Oxford University Press.

Huang X, Macevoy SP, Paradiso MA (2002) Brightness perception and brightness illusions in the macaque monkey. Journal of Neuroscience 22: 9618-9625. (pdf)

Paradiso MA (2002) Neuronal and perceptual correspondence in primary visual cortex. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 12: 155-161. (pdf)

MacEvoy SP, Hanks TD, Paradiso MA (2002) Responses of macaque V1 neurons with natural scenes and saccades. Society for Neuroscience.

Macevoy SP, Paradiso MA (2001) Lightness constancy in primary visual cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98: 8827-8831. (pdf)

Shimojo S, Paradiso MA, Fujita I (2001) What visual perception tells us about mind and brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98: 12340-12341.

Huang X, Blau S, Paradiso MA (2001) Temporal aspects of human detection and discrimination correlate with macaque V1 physiology. Vision Science Society.

Paradiso MA (2001) Perceptual and neuronal correspondence in primary visual cortex. Society for Neuroscience.

Bear MF, Connors B, Paradiso MA (2001) Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain (Second Edition).  Williams and Wilkins, New York, NY.

Paradiso MA (2000) Visual Neuroscience: Illuminating the dark corners. Current Biology 10: R15-18.

Huang X and Paradiso MA (2000) Form information represented in delayed responses of macaque V1 neurons. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.

Clarke C, Huang X, Paradiso MA (2000) Evidence for brightness constancy in single units of macque V4 but not V1. Society for Neuroscience.

Huang X, Paradiso MA (2000) Stimulus structure and expectation reflected in the delayed responses of macaque V1 neurons. Society for Neuroscience.

Huang, X, Macevoy SP, and Paradiso MA (1999) Brightness perception, Induction, and White’s Effect in Macaque Monkey. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.

Macevoy SP and Paradiso MA (1999) Brightness constancy in single neurons of primary visual cortex. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.

Paradiso MA (1999) Monkey business builds a bridge to the human brain. Nature Neuroscience 2: 491-492.

Rossi AF and Paradiso MA (1999) Neural correlates of brightness in the responses of neurons in the retina, LGN, and primary visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 19: 6145-6156. (pdf)

Rittenhouse CD. Shouval HZ, Paradiso MA, and Bear MF (1999) Monocular deprivation induces homosynaptic long-term depression in visual cortex. Nature 397: 347-350. (pdf)

Macevoy S, Kim W, and Paradiso MA (1998) Integration of surface information in primary visual cortex. Nature Neuroscience 1: 616-620. (pdf

Rossi AF and Paradiso MA (1996).  Temporal limits of brightness induction and mechanisms of brightness perception.  Vision Research 36: 1391-1398. (pdf)

Paradiso MA and Hahn S (1996).  Filling-in percepts produced by luminance modulation.  Vision Research 36: 2657-2663. (pdf)

Rossi AF, Rittenhouse CD, and Paradiso MA (1996).  The representation of brightness in primary visual cortex.  Science 273: 1104-1107. (pdf)

Bear MF, Connors B, Paradiso MA (1996) Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain.  Williams and Wilkins, New York, NY.