Dylan Cooke
Dylan Cooke
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University
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TitleCited byYear
Coding the location of the arm by sight
MSA Graziano, DF Cooke, CSR Taylor
Science 290 (5497), 1782-1786, 2000
Parieto-frontal interactions, personal space, and defensive behavior
MSA Graziano, DF Cooke
Neuropsychologia 44 (6), 845-859, 2006
The cortical control of movement revisited
MSA Graziano, CSR Taylor, T Moore, DF Cooke
Neuron 36 (3), 349-362, 2002
Complex movements evoked by microstimulation of the ventral intraparietal area
DF Cooke, CSR Taylor, T Moore, MSA Graziano
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (10), 6163-6168, 2003
Arm movements evoked by electrical stimulation in the motor cortex of monkeys
MSA Graziano, TNS Aflalo, DF Cooke
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (6), 4209-4223, 2005
Parallel evolution of cortical areas involved in skilled hand use
J Padberg, JG Franca, DF Cooke, JGM Soares, MGP Rosa, M Fiorani, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (38), 10106-10115, 2007
Sensorimotor integration in the precentral gyrus: polysensory neurons and defensive movements
DF Cooke, MSA Graziano
Journal of Neurophysiology 91 (4), 1648-1660, 2004
Defensive movements evoked by air puff in monkeys
DF Cooke, MSA Graziano
Journal of Neurophysiology 90 (5), 3317-3329, 2003
All rodents are not the same: a modern synthesis of cortical organization
L Krubitzer, KL Campi, DF Cooke
Brain, behavior and evolution 78 (1), 51-93, 2011
Distribution of hand location in monkeys during spontaneous behavior
MSA Graziano, DF Cooke, CSR Taylor, T Moore
Experimental Brain Research 155 (1), 30-36, 2004
Noninvasive, in vivo imaging of subcortical mouse brain regions with 1.7 μm optical coherence tomography
SP Chong, CW Merkle, DF Cooke, T Zhang, H Radhakrishnan, ...
Optics letters 40 (21), 4911-4914, 2015
Super-flinchers and nerves of steel: defensive movements altered by chemical manipulation of a cortical motor area
DF Cooke, MSA Graziano
Neuron 43 (4), 585-593, 2004
Lesions in posterior parietal area 5 in monkeys result in rapid behavioral and cortical plasticity
J Padberg, G Recanzone, J Engle, D Cooke, A Goldring, L Krubitzer
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (39), 12918-12935, 2010
The functional organization and cortical connections of motor cortex in squirrels
DF Cooke, J Padberg, T Zahner, L Krubitzer
Cerebral Cortex 22 (9), 1959-1978, 2012
Reversible deactivation of higher-order posterior parietal areas. I. Alterations of receptive field characteristics in early stages of neocortical processing
DF Cooke, AB Goldring, MKL Baldwin, GH Recanzone, A Chen, T Pan, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (10), 2529-2544, 2014
Fabrication of an inexpensive, implantable cooling device for reversible brain deactivation in animals ranging from rodents to primates
DF Cooke, AB Goldring, I Yamayoshi, P Tsourkas, GH Recanzone, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (12), 3543-3558, 2012
Intracortical Microstimulation Maps of Motor, Somatosensory, and Posterior Parietal Cortex in Tree Shrews ( Tupaia belangeri ) Reveal Complex …
MKL Baldwin, DF Cooke, L Krubitzer
Cerebral cortex 27 (2), bhv329, 2016
A connection to the past: Monodelphis domestica provides insight into the organization and connectivity of the brains of early mammals
JC Dooley, JG Franca, AMH Seelke, DF Cooke, LA Krubitzer
Journal of Comparative Neurology 521 (17), 3877-3897, 2013
Reversible deactivation of higher-order posterior parietal areas. II. Alterations in response properties of neurons in areas 1 and 2
AB Goldring, DF Cooke, MKL Baldwin, GH Recanzone, AG Gordon, T Pan, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (10), 2545-2560, 2014
The evolution of parietal areas associated with visuomanual behavior: from grasping to tool use
DF Cooke, A Goldring, GH Recanzone, L Krubitzer
The New Visual Neurosciences, 1049-1063, 2014
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