Lance M. Optican
Lance M. Optican
Retired, Lab Sensorimotor Research, National Eye Institute, NIH
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Cerebellar-dependent adaptive control of primate saccadic system
LM Optican, DA Robinson
Journal of neurophysiology 44 (6), 1058-1076, 1980
7701980
Temporal encoding of two-dimensional patterns by single units in primate inferior temporal cortex. I. Response characteristics
BJ Richmond, LM Optican, M Podell, H Spitzer
Journal of Neurophysiology 57 (1), 132-146, 1987
5641987
Unix-based multiple-process system, for real-time data acquisition and control
AV Hays Jr, BJ Richmond, LM Optican
Electron Conventions, El Segundo, CA, 1982
5171982
Temporal encoding of two-dimensional patterns by single units in primate inferior temporal cortex. III. Information theoretic analysis
LM Optican, BJ Richmond
Journal of neurophysiology 57 (1), 162-178, 1987
4111987
Temporal encoding of two-dimensional patterns by single units in primate inferior temporal cortex. II. Quantification of response waveform
BJ Richmond, LM Optican
Journal of Neurophysiology 57 (1), 147-161, 1987
3551987
Saccade-vergence interactions in humans
DS Zee, EJ Fitzgibbon, LM Optican
Journal of Neurophysiology 68 (5), 1624-1641, 1992
3541992
Model of the control of saccades by superior colliculus and cerebellum
C Quaia, P Lefèvre, LM Optican
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (2), 999-1018, 1999
3341999
Slow saccades in spinocerebellar degeneration
DS Zee, LM Optican, JD Cook, DA Robinson, WK Engel
Archives of neurology 33 (4), 243-251, 1976
3301976
Temporal encoding of two-dimensional patterns by single units in primate primary visual cortex. I. Stimulus-response relations
BJ Richmond, LM Optican, H Spitzer
Journal of Neurophysiology 64 (2), 351-369, 1990
2991990
Temporal encoding of two-dimensional patterns by single units in primate primary visual cortex. II. Information transmission
BJ Richmond, LM Optican
Journal of Neurophysiology 64 (2), 370-380, 1990
2941990
Short-latency ocular following responses of monkey. I. Dependence on temporospatial properties of visual input
FA Miles, K Kawano, LM Optican
Journal of neurophysiology 56 (5), 1321-1354, 1986
2831986
Superior colliculus neurons mediate the dynamic characteristics of saccades
DM Waitzman, TP Ma, LM Optican, RH Wurtz
Journal of Neurophysiology 66 (5), 1716-1737, 1991
2471991
What clinical disorders tell us about the neural control of saccadic eye movements
S Ramat, RJ Leigh, DS Zee, LM Optican
Brain 130 (1), 10-35, 2007
2342007
Role of inferior temporal neurons in visual memory. I. Temporal encoding of information about visual images, recalled images, and behavioral context
EN Eskandar, BJ Richmond, LM Optican
Journal of Neurophysiology 68 (4), 1277-1295, 1992
1911992
Frequency-selective adaptation: evidence for channels in the vestibulo-ocular reflex?
SG Lisberger, FA Miles, LM Optican
Journal of Neuroscience 3 (6), 1234-1244, 1983
1821983
Commutative saccadic generator is sufficient to control a 3-D ocular plant with pulleys
C Quaia, LM Optican
Journal of Neurophysiology 79 (6), 3197-3215, 1998
1681998
Detection, classification, and superposition resolution of action potentials in multiunit single-channel recordings by an on-line real-time neural network
R Chandra, LM Optican
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 44 (5), 403-412, 1997
1671997
Concurrent processing and complexity of temporally encoded neuronal messages in visual perception
JW McClurkin, LM Optican, BJ Richmond, TJ Gawne
Science 253 (5020), 675-677, 1991
1651991
Visually induced adaptive changes in primate saccadic oculomotor control signals
LM Optican, FA Miles
Journal of neurophysiology 54 (4), 940-958, 1985
1501985
Optokinetic response in monkey: underlying mechanisms and their sensitivity to long-term adaptive changes in vestibuloocular reflex.
SG Lisberger, FA Miles, LM Optican, BB Eighmy
Journal of Neurophysiology 45 (5), 869-890, 1981
1501981
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