Julio Martinez-Trujillo
Julio Martinez-Trujillo
Western University, Robarts Research Institute
Verified email at robarts.ca
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Feature-based attention influences motion processing gain in macaque visual cortex
S Treue, JCM Trujillo
Nature 399 (6736), 575-579, 1999
14381999
Feature-based attention increases the selectivity of population responses in primate visual cortex
JC Martinez-Trujillo, S Treue
Current biology 14 (9), 744-751, 2004
6522004
Attentional modulation strength in cortical area MT depends on stimulus contrast
JC Martınez-Trujillo, S Treue
Neuron 35 (2), 365-370, 2002
3962002
Sharp emergence of feature-selective sustained activity along the dorsal visual pathway
D Mendoza-Halliday, S Torres, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Nature neuroscience 17 (9), 1255-1262, 2014
1322014
Attending to visual motion
JK Tsotsos, Y Liu, JC Martinez-Trujillo, M Pomplun, E Simine, K Zhou
Computer Vision and Image Understanding 100 (1-2), 3-40, 2005
972005
Neural control of three-dimensional eye and head movements
JD Crawford, JC Martinez-Trujillo, EM Klier
Current opinion in neurobiology 13 (6), 655-662, 2003
962003
Frames of reference for eye-head gaze commands in primate supplementary eye fields
JC Martinez-Trujillo, WP Medendorp, H Wang, JD Crawford
Neuron 44 (6), 1057-1066, 2004
782004
Strength of response suppression to distracter stimuli determines attentional-filtering performance in primate prefrontal neurons
T Lennert, J Martinez-Trujillo
Neuron 70 (1), 141-152, 2011
722011
Attentional filtering of visual information by neuronal ensembles in the primate lateral prefrontal cortex
S Tremblay, F Pieper, A Sachs, J Martinez-Trujillo
Neuron 85 (1), 202-215, 2015
682015
Electrical stimulation of the supplementary eye fields in the head-free macaque evokes kinematically normal gaze shifts
JC Martinez-Trujillo, H Wang, JD Crawford
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (6), 2961-2974, 2003
652003
Sustained activity encoding working memories: not fully distributed
ML Leavitt, D Mendoza-Halliday, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Trends in Neurosciences 40 (6), 328-346, 2017
602017
Attention differentially modulates similar neuronal responses evoked by varying contrast and direction stimuli in area MT
PS Khayat, R Niebergall, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (6), 2188-2197, 2010
472010
Expansion of MT neurons excitatory receptive fields during covert attentive tracking
R Niebergall, PS Khayat, S Treue, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (43), 15499-15510, 2011
462011
Frequency-dependent attentional modulation of local field potential signals in macaque area MT
PS Khayat, R Niebergall, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Journal of neuroscience 30 (20), 7037-7048, 2010
462010
Correlated variability modifies working memory fidelity in primate prefrontal neuronal ensembles
ML Leavitt, F Pieper, AJ Sachs, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (12), E2494-E2503, 2017
412017
Multifocal attention filters targets from distracters within and beyond primate MT neurons' receptive field boundaries
R Niebergall, PS Khayat, S Treue, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Neuron 72 (6), 1067-1079, 2011
392011
Activation of area MT/V5 and the right inferior parietal cortex during the discrimination of transient direction changes in translational motion
JC Martinez-Trujillo, D Cheyne, W Gaetz, E Simine, JK Tsotsos
Cerebral Cortex 17 (7), 1733-1739, 2007
352007
Contribution of head movement to gaze command coding in monkey frontal cortex and superior colliculus
JC Martinez-Trujillo, EM Klier, H Wang, JD Crawford
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (4), 2770-2776, 2003
342003
Prefrontal neurons of opposite spatial preference display distinct target selection dynamics
T Lennert, JC Martinez-Trujillo
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (22), 9520-9529, 2013
322013
Electrical stimulation of the frontal eye fields in the head-free macaque evokes kinematically normal 3D gaze shifts
JA Monteon, AG Constantin, H Wang, J Martinez-Trujillo, JD Crawford
Journal of neurophysiology 104 (6), 3462-3475, 2010
282010
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