Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science and Technology A National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center

Conference Presentations 2009

  1. Ames, H.M., Versace, M., and Gorchetchnikov, A. (2009). ow can computational neuroscience benefit real world technological applications. Poster presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  2. Brandon, M.P., Andrews, C.M., and Hasselmo, M.E. (2009). Postsubiculum spiking data during REM sleep in rat shows replay of head direction activity experienced during waking. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 28.
  3. Bressler, S., Moore, R., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Effects of pitch and spatial separation cues on masking. Mid-winter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore MD, February.
  4. Brincat, S. and Miller, E.K. (2009). Prefrontal and hippocampal coding during long-term memory formation in monkeys. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  5. Brown, T.I., Ross, R.S., Keller, J.B., Hasselmo, M.E., and Stern, C.E. (2009). Hippocampal and orbitofrontal recruitment in the disambiguation of learned spatial sequences. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 29.
  6. Browning, N.A., Grossberg, S., and Mingolla, E. (2009). Neural circuits for visually guided steering and object tracking. In Proceedings of the international joint conference on neural networks (IJCNN), Atlanta GA, June.
  7. Brumberg, J.S., Kennedy, P.R. and Guenther, F.H. (2009). Artificial speech synthesizer control by brain-computer interface. In Proceedings of the 10th annual conference of the international speech communication association (Interspeech 2009), Brighton, UK.
  8. Bullock, D. and Tan, C.O. (2009). Computational implications of microcircuit specializations in forebrain circuits for motivated action selection. In Proceedings of the international joint conference on neural networks (IJCNN), Atlanta GA, June.
  9. Cao, B., Yazdanbakhsh, Y., and Mingolla, E. (2009). he effects of contrast on the achromatic watercolor illusion. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  10. Cao, Y., Grossberg, S., and Markowitz, J. (2009). Learned reorganization of invariant object category selectivity in inferotemporal cortex during eye movement search. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  11. Cao, Y., Grossberg, S., and Markowitz, J. (2009). How does the selectivity of invariant object categories in the inferotemporal cortex get reorganized by learning during eye movement search? In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 54.
  12. Cao, Y., Grossberg, S., and Markowitz, J. (2009). eorganization of the selectivity of invariant object categories in the inferotemporal cortex by learning during eye movement search. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  13. Carpenter, G.A. (2009). Large-scale neural systems for vision and cognition. Plenary Lecture at the Proceedings of the international joint conference on neural networks (IJCNN), Atlanta GA, June, pp.454-459.
  14. Carpenter, G.A. (2009). What is pattern recognition? Opening keynote lecture at the Applied Imagery and Pattern Recognition (AIPR) conference, Washington DC, October.
  15. Chandler, B. (2009). CELEST overview. Talk presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  16. Chang, H.-C., Cao, Y., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Where’s Waldo? How the brain learns to categorize and discover desired objects in a cluttered scene. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  17. Chang, H.-C., Cao, Y., and Grossberg, S. (2009). here’s Waldo? How the brain learns to categorize and find desired objects in a cluttered scene. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 53.
  18. Chang, H.-C., Cao, Y., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Where’s Waldo? How the brain learns to categorize and find desired objects in a cluttered scene. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  19. Colburn, H.S., Sen, K., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Spatial aspects of acoustic processing in complex environments. Invited talk presented at the Acoustical Society of America.
  20. Cromer, J.A. and Miller, E.K. (2009). Activity of monkey prefrontal neurons to multiple category distinctions. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  21. Dent, M., Shinn-Cunningham, B.G., and Sen, K. (2009). Comparative studies of the cocktail party problem using birdsong. Invited talk presented at the Acoustical Society of America.
  22. Devore, S., Ihlefeld, A., Shinn-Cunningham, B.G., and Delgutte, B. (2009). Neural basis of spatial hearing in reverberant environments. Invited talk presented at the Acoustical Society of America.
  23. Dranias, M.R. and Tan, C.O. (2009). halamocortical projections provide a neurobiological substrate for the learning and generalization of rules by prefrontal cortical neurons. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May.
  24. Fazl, A., Mingolla, E., and Sekuler, R. (2009). Attention cannot spare task-irrelevant locations on an attended object. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  25. Foley, N., Grossberg, S., and Mingolla, E. (2009). How objects and spatial attention interact: A neural model of object based visual attention in primates. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  26. Fortenberry, B., Gorchetchnikov, A., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Computing head direction from interacting visual and vestibular cues during visually-based navigation in the rat. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  27. Fortenberry, B., Gorchetchnikov, A., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Integration of visual and vestibular cues to compute head direction during visually-guided navigation. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 82.
  28. Fortenberry, B., Gorchetchnikov, A., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Integration of visual and vestibular cues to compute head direction during visually-guided navigation. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  29. Franklin, D.J. (2009). Neural network modeling: Seeing principles and methods through models of vision. Workshop presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  30. Franklin, D.J. (2009). Learning mathematics through models of mind and brain. 10th international conference of The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project: Models in Developing Mathematics Education, Dresden University of Applied Sciences, Dresden, Germany, September.
  31. Franklin, D.J. and Gopal, S. (2009). CELEST interactive education modules in Introduction to Computational Neuroscience course at Boston University. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May.
  32. Franklin, D.J. and Grossberg, S. (2009). A neural model of normal and abnormal learning and memory: Adaptively timed conditioning, amnesia, hippocampus and neurotrophins. Talk presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  33. Garcia, K.A., Rajaram, S., Sen, K., Shinn-Cunningham, B.G., and Dent, M. (2009). Auditory streaming of birdsong in budgerigars and zebra finches. Acoustical Society of America.
  34. Golfinopoulos, E. and Guenther, F.H. (2009). An fMRI investigation of the neural bases of suprasegmental timing in speech production. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  35. Grossberg, S. (2009). Neural dynamics of attentive object and scene learning and recognition. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 4.
  36. Grossberg, S. (2009). View-invariant object category learning, attention, recognition, search, and scene understanding. Invited lecture, Proceedings of the international joint conference on neural networks (IJCNN), Atlanta GA, June.
  37. Grossberg, S. (2009). Autonomous adaptive brain systems and neuromorphic agents. In Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), invited keynote at symposium on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, Washington DC, November.
  38. Grossberg, S. (2009). How the brain learns in health and disease: Towards understanding the many factors that influence effective learning. In Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), invited keynote at symposium on Cognitive and Metacognitive Educational Systems, Washington DC, November.
  39. Grossberg, S., Tanca, M. and Pinna, B. (2009). Perceptual antinomies due to the watercolor illusion: How does the brain solve them? The problem of visual wholeness. Talk presented at the 20th Symposium of the International Color Vision Society, Minho, Braga, Portugal, July.
  40. Harvey, R.C., Dembro, K.A., Rajagopalan, K., Mutebi, M.M., and Kantak, K.M. (2009). Self-administration of cocaine on neurocognitive function of the orbitofrontal cortex in adolescent and adult male rats. Talk presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  41. Hasselmo, M.E. (2009). Theta rhythm, grid cells and episodic memory. 2th annual meeting of Hungarian Neuroscience Society host: Jozsef Csicsvari, Tamas Freund), Budapest, Hungary, January.
  42. Hasselmo, M.E. and Brandon, M.P. (2009). A model of episodic memory for trajectories based on entorhinal grid cells, hippocampal place cells, and postsubicular head direction cells. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 81.
  43. Heys, J.A., Giocomo, L.M., and Hasselmo, M.E. (2009). A biophysical model shows that h current time constant differences in rat medial entorhinal cortex could underlie differences in membrane potential oscillation frequency. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 27.
  44. Howland, K. and Liederman, J. (2009). Spoken: Insight into how dyslexic readers form associations between the phonological and orthographic forms of novel words. Paper presented at the nternational Neuropsychological Society, Atlanta GA, February.
  45. Huang, T.-R. and Grossberg, S. (2009). Cortical what and where streams interact to regulate contextual cueing during visual search. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  46. Huang, T.-R. and Grossberg, S. (2009). ow cortical what and where streams cooperate through learning of contextual evidence to guide visual search in familiar scenes. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  47. Huang, T.-R. and Grossberg, S. (2009). ARTSCENE search: A neural model for attention-guided context-dependent visual learning and search. 4th Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Conference (CCNC), Boston.
  48. Huang, T.-R. and Grossberg, S. (2009). ARTSCENE search: A neural model for attention-guided context-dependent visual learning and search. 4th Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Conference (CCNC), Boston MA, November.
  49. Ihlefeld, A, Shinn-Cunningham, B.G., and Carlyon, R.P. (2009). Comodulation masking release and speech perception: Implications for dip-listening by cochlear-implant patients. Acoustical Society of America.
  50. Ivey, R., Bullock, D., and Grossberg, S. (2009). A neural model of spatial lookahead planning. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 24.
  51. John, Y.J. and Bullock, D. (2009). A computational model of how learning in cortico-striatal circuits contributes to the adaptive interval timing of operant behavior. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 37.
  52. Kazerounian, S. and Grossberg, S. (2009). Neural dynamics of phonemic restoration: How the brain uses context backwards in time. 57th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Portland OR, May.
  53. Kazerounian, S. and Grossberg, S. (2009). Neural dynamics of phonemic restoration: How the brain uses context backwards in time. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 114.
  54. Kazerounian, S. and Grossberg, S. (2009). Laminar cortical dynamics of conscious speech perception: Phonemic restoration in noise using subsequent context. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  55. Kazerounian, S. and Grossberg, S. (2009). Laminar cortical dynamics of conscious speech perception. In Proceedings of the auditory perception, cognition, and action meeting (APCAM) 2009, Boston MA, November.
  56. Kennedy, P., Andreasen, D., Brumberg, J., Clements, M., Guenther, F., Kim, J., Matthews, B., Ramos, C., Velliste, M., and Wright, E.J. (2009). Human speech cortex [2]: Tuning of single units during listening and imagined singing of tones and musical notes using feedback. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  57. Kim, D., Nishina, S., and Watanabe, T. (2009). Decisions on "when" and "what" are biased by different temporal spans of past incidences. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  58. Kong, L. and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). How visual cues help us understand speech in a complex environment. Acoustical Society of America.
  59. Larson, E., Billimoria, C.P., Perrone, B.P., and Sen, K. (2009). Recognizing complex sounds from cortical spike trains. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  60. Léveillé, J., Grossberg, S., and Versace, M. (2009). Spiking dynamics of perceptual grouping in the laminar circuits of visual cortex. Poster presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  61. Léveillé, J., Grossberg, S., and Versace, M. (2009). How do object reference frames and motion vector decompositions emerge from multiple moving targets? In Proceedings of the European conference on visual perception (ECVP), Regensburg, Germany, August.
  62. Léveillé, J., Grossberg, S., and Versace, M. (2009). How do object reference frames and motion vector decomposition emerge in laminar cortical circuits? In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  63. Léveillé, J., Grossberg, S., and Versace, M. (2009). How laminar visual cortical circuits create object reference frames using motion vector decomposition. 4th Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Conference (CCNC), Boston MA, November.
  64. Lin, I-F and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). udio-visual interactions in discrimination of intensity changes. European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Regensberg, Germany, August.
  65. Lin, I-F and Shinn-Cunningham. B.G. (2009). Audio-visual interactions in discrimination of intensity changes. International Multisensory Research Forum, New York NY, 29 June–2 July.
  66. Livitz, G., Mingolla, E., and Yazdanbakhsh, A. (2009). eeing opponent hues in neon color spreading configurations. Poster presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  67. Livitz, G., Yazdanbakhsh, A., Eskew, R., and Mingolla, E. (2009). Producing non-Hering hue combinations using complementary chromatic induction. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  68. Livitz, G., Yazdanbakhsh, A., Eskew, R., and Mingolla, E. (2009). Forbidden colors in neon color spreading configurations. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 102.
  69. MacDonald, C.J. and Eichenbaum H. (2009). ippocampal neurons disambiguate overlapping sequences of non-spatial events. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  70. Markowitz, J., Cao, Y., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Cortical dynamics of invariant category learning and recognition of realistic objects. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  71. Markowitz, J., Cao, Y., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Cortical dynamics of invariant category learning and recognition of realistic objects. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May.
  72. Markowitz, J., Cao, Y., and Grossberg, S. (2009). How attentive invariant category learning and recognition in inferotemporal cortex coexists with a tradeoff between selectivity and position tolerance. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  73. Markowitz, J., Cao. Y., and Grossberg, S. (2009). How attentive invariant category learning and recognition in inferotemporal cortex coexists with a tradeoff between object selectivity and position tolerance. 4th Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, Boston MA, November.
  74. Matthews, N., Gold, B., Sekuler, R., and Park, S. (2009). Interaction between working memory load and gesture imitation ability in schizophrenia. nternational Congress on Schizophrenia Research, San Diego CA.
  75. Mhatre, H., Gorchetchnikov, A., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Hexagonal structure of grid cells formed by fast self-organized learning within the entorhinal cortex. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  76. Mhatre, H., Gorchetchnikov, A., and Grossberg, S. (2009). A neural model of grid cell hexagonal map formation by self-organized learning. th Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Conference (CCNC), Boston MA, November.
  77. Miller, E. (2009). Ernst Strungmann Forum on Dynamic Coordination in the Brain, Frankfurt, Germany.
  78. Miller, E. (2009). Banbury Workshop: “Searching for principles underlying memory in biological systems”. Cold Spring Harbor NY.
  79. Miller, E. (2009). Invited talk presented at the Computational and Systems Neuroscience meeting, Salt Lake City UT.
  80. Miller, E.K. (2009). Cognitive, Computational and Systems Neuroscience Seminar, Washington University, St. Louis MO.
  81. Okatan, M., Komorowski, R., and Eichenbaum, H.B. (2009). Reward-predictive value in learning-related hippocampal neural activity. IEEE 35th annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, DOI: 10.1109/NEBC.2009.4967723.
  82. Okatan, M., Owens, C.B., and Eichenbaum, H.B. (2009). Reward-related prospective and retrospective spiking activity in hippocampal neurons during reinforcement learning. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  83. Okatan, M., Owens, C.B., Komorowski, R., and Eichenbaum, H.B. (2009). ontext-dependent reward-predictive value in hippocampal neural activity. Poster presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  84. Okatan, M., Owens, C.B., Komorowski, R., and Eichenbaum, H.B. (2009). Correlates of reward and non-reward information signaled by hippocampal CA1 neurons during reinforcement learning. In Abstracts of the 8th National Congress of Neuroscience, Abant, Turkey, (2nd best oral presentation award).
  85. Okatan, M., Owens, C.B., Komorowski, R., and Eichenbaum, H.B. (2009). Magnitude of expected and received reward modulates the firing patterns of hippocampal CA1 neurons during reinforcement learning. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS),, Boston MA, May, p. 36.
  86. Ozmeral, E., Best, V., McGuffin, C., Hurd, B., Kopco, N., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Exploring how auditory spatial continuity enhances speech perception. Mid-winter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore MD, February.
  87. Palma, J., Versace, M., and Grossberg, S. (2009). After-hyperpolarization currents control sigmoid transfer functions in spiking cortical networks. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May.
  88. Pilly, P., Seitz, A., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Where in the motion pathway does task-irrelevant perception occur? In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  89. Pilly, P.K., Seitz, A.R., and Grossberg, S. (2009). Contrast polarity-specific learning of motion in the absence of attention. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 100.
  90. Puig, M.V. and Miller, E.K. (2009). Role of dopamine D1 and D2 receptors in the monkey prefrontal cortex during learning and memory. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  91. Rice, N.J. and Sekuler, R. (2009). A female advantage in learning complex hand movement sequences. Talk presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  92. Ruggles, D, Ronsse, L., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). ge effects and individual differences in spatial selective auditory attention. nternational and Interdisciplinary Research Conference on Aging and Speech Communication, Bloomington IN, October.
  93. Schendan, H.E. and Stern, C.E. (2009). Lateral prefrontal and dorsal and ventral object-sensitive cortex support visual object constancy of categorization and recognition from unusual views and implicit memory. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May.
  94. Schon, K., Newmark, R.E., Ross, R.S., Quiroz, Y.T., Benner, T., and Stern, C.E. (2009). A high-resolution fMRI study of working memory in the medial temporal lobe. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October, Program No. 187.28.
  95. Schon, K., Ross, R.S., Olofson, J.M., Quiroz, Y.T., Hasselmo, M.E., and Stern, C.E. (2009). Working memory for novel but not familiar trial-unique complex visual scenes recruits the medial temporal lobes. Poster presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  96. Seitz, A.R., Pilly, P.K. and Pack, C.C. (2009). Reducing contrast improves direction estimation at low speeds. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.
  97. Seitz, A.R., Pilly, P.K., and Pack, C.C. (2009). Can lowering the contrast of a moving stimulus improve the perception of its motion direction? In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 73.
  98. Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). How learning influences everyday communication. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 67.
  99. Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Auditory attention and the active listener. Invited talk presented at the Acoustical Society of America.
  100. Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Dynamic effects in auditory attention. Learning Mind and Brain Conference, Helsinki, Finland, December.
  101. Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. and Wang, D. (2009). Influences of auditory object formation on speech perception. Invited talk presented at the Acoustical Society of America.
  102. Silver, M.R., Bullock, D., Grossberg, S., Histed, M.H., and Miller, E.K. (2009). nteractions between rank-selective spatial working memory and the supplementary eye fields during the dynamic control of sequential eye movements: A neural model of object based visual attention in primates. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  103. Silver, S., Bullock, D., and Grossberg, S. (2009). How eye movement sequences are stored in spatial working memory. Poster presented at the Second annual inter-Science of Learning Center (iSLC) student and postdoc conference, Seattle WA, February.
  104. Srinivasan, K., Grossberg, S., and Yazdanbakhsh, A. (2009). How laminar circuits of cortical areas V1 and V2 compute absolute and relative disparity. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  105. Tan, C.O. and Bullock, D. (2009). Decision making by striatal projection neurons: Intrinsic mechanisms, afferent signals, and insights from computational models. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 22.
  106. Varghese, L., Ozmeral, E., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Visual cues for when to listen improve signal identification most when target and masker are perceptually confusable. Mid-winter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore MD, February.
  107. Varghese, L.A., Ozmeral, E.J., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Redundancy of visual cues for when to listen and spatial auditory perception. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May.
  108. Velliste, M., Brumberg, J.S., Perel, S., Fraser, G.W., Spalding, M.C., Whitford, A.S., McMorland, A.J.C., Wright, E.J., Guenther, F.H., Kennedy, P.R., and Schwartz, A.B. (2009). Modular software architecture for neural prosthetic control. In Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience (SFN), Chicago IL, October.
  109. Watanabe, T. (2009). Perceptual learning. 32nd European conference on visual perception (ECVP), Regensburg, Germany, August.
  110. Xia, J. and Shinn-Cunningham, B. (2009). Modeling the responses of inferior colliculus cells to binaural clicks: Early and late inhibition. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May.
  111. Xia, J. and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Modeling the response of inferior colliculus cells to binaural clicks. Mid-winter meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Baltimore MD, February.
  112. Xia, J., Brughera, A., Colburn, H.S., and Shinn-Cunningham, B.G. (2009). Modeling physiological and psychophysical responses to precedence effect stimuli. In Proceedings of the international symposium on hearing, Salamanca, Spain.
  113. Yazdanbakhsh, A. and Fazl, A, (2009). urface and lightness representation: A human EEG study. In Proceedings of the 13th international conference on cognitive and neural systems (ICCNS), Boston MA, May, p. 76.
  114. Yazdanbakhsh, A., Nishina, S., and Watanabe, T. (2009). Perceptual asynchrony between sinusoidally modulated luminance and depth. In Abstracts of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS), Naples FL, May.