Stephen Lomber
Stephen Lomber
Canada Research Chair in Brain Plasticity and Development, McGill University
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Cortical feedback improves discrimination between figure and background by V1, V2 and V3 neurons
JM Hupé, AC James, BR Payne, SG Lomber, P Girard, J Bullier
Nature 394 (6695), 784-787, 1998
9781998
Cross-modal plasticity in specific auditory cortices underlies visual compensations in the deaf
SG Lomber, MA Meredith, A Kral
Nature neuroscience 13 (11), 1421-1427, 2010
4152010
Feedback connections act on the early part of the responses in monkey visual cortex
JM Hupe, AC James, P Girard, SG Lomber, BR Payne, J Bullier
Journal of neurophysiology 85 (1), 134-145, 2001
3652001
Double dissociation of'what'and'where'processing in auditory cortex
SG Lomber, S Malhotra
Nature neuroscience 11 (5), 609-616, 2008
2882008
The advantages and limitations of permanent or reversible deactivation techniques in the assessment of neural function
SG Lomber
Journal of neuroscience methods 86 (2), 109-117, 1999
2511999
The cryoloop: an adaptable reversible cooling deactivation method for behavioral or electrophysiological assessment of neural function
SG Lomber, BR Payne, JA Horel
Journal of neuroscience methods 86 (2), 179-194, 1999
2371999
Cortical control of sound localization in the cat: unilateral cooling deactivation of 19 cerebral areas
S Malhotra, AJ Hall, SG Lomber
Journal of Neurophysiology 92 (3), 1625-1643, 2004
1722004
Removal of two halves restores the whole: reversal of visual hemineglect during bilateral cortical or collicular inactivation in the cat
SG Lomber, BR Payne
Visual neuroscience 13 (6), 1143-1156, 1996
1581996
Corticocortical feedback contributes to surround suppression in V1 of the alert primate
JJ Nassi, SG Lomber, RT Born
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (19), 8504-8517, 2013
1542013
Impact of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the parietal cortex on metabolic brain activity: a 14C-2DG tracing study in the cat
A Valero-Cabré, BR Payne, J Rushmore, SG Lomber, A Pascual-Leone
Experimental brain research 163 (1), 1-12, 2005
1392005
Reversible deactivation of cerebral network components
BR Payne, SG Lomber, AE Villa, J Bullier
Trends in neurosciences 19 (12), 535-542, 1996
1311996
Crossmodal reorganization in the early deaf switches sensory, but not behavioral roles of auditory cortex
MA Meredith, J Kryklywy, AJ McMillan, S Malhotra, R Lum-Tai, SG Lomber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (21), 8856-8861, 2011
1292011
The role of feedback in shaping neural representations in cat visual cortex
RAW Galuske, KE Schmidt, R Goebel, SG Lomber, BR Payne
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (26), 17083-17088, 2002
1162002
Integrating motion and depth via parallel pathways
CR Ponce, SG Lomber, RT Born
Nature neuroscience 11 (2), 216-223, 2008
1152008
Role of the superior colliculus in analyses of space: superficial and intermediate layer contributions to visual orienting, auditory orienting, and visuospatial discriminations …
SG Lomber, BR Payne, P Cornwell
Journal of Comparative Neurology 441 (1), 44-57, 2001
1132001
Reversible visual hemineglect
BR Payne, SG Lomber, S Geeraerts, E Van Der Gucht, E Vandenbussche
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (1), 290-294, 1996
1061996
Reconstructing functional systems after lesions of cerebral cortex
BR Payne, SG Lomber
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2 (12), 911-919, 2001
1042001
Somatosensory and visual crossmodal plasticity in the anterior auditory field of early-deaf cats
MA Meredith, SG Lomber
Hearing research 280 (1-2), 38-47, 2011
992011
Sound localization during homotopic and heterotopic bilateral cooling deactivation of primary and nonprimary auditory cortical areas in the cat
S Malhotra, SG Lomber
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (1), 26-43, 2007
962007
Perceptual and cognitive visual functions of parietal and temporal cortices in the cat
SG Lomber, BR Payne, P Cornwell, KD Long
Cerebral Cortex 6 (5), 673-695, 1996
951996
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