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  • Shadlen Lab
    consciousness decision making and philosophy with NeuWriteWest Stanford October 2014 NeuWriteWest Shadlen MN Firing rate autocorrelation as a signature of noisy evidence accumulation ESF Exploratory Workshop on Noise in Decision Making Theory Meets Experiment May 2013 YouTube Kandel E Alda A Kahneman D Shadlen MN and Mischel W Public Policy Implications of the New Science of Mind Charlie Rose Brain Series 2 Episode 13 March 2013 CharlieRose com Shadlen MN Consciousness as a Decision to Engage Turing Consciousness July 2012 blogspot com Shadlen MN Integration of prior probability and evidence in a neural mechanism of decision making ELSC ICNC Seminar 2011 YouTube Shadlen MN Time and Belief A Neural Mechanism of Decision Making ELSC ICNC Seminar 2011 YouTube Shadlen MN The neurobiology of decision making A window on cognition Allen Institute for Brain Science Symposium 2010 YouTube Our Lab in the News Brains Make Decisions the Way Alan Turing Cracked Codes 2015 Smithsonian Magazine New York University Certainty in our choices often a matter of time researchers find December 2014 ScienceDaily Michael N Shadlen elected to the Institute of Medicine October 2014 KIBS Michael N Shadlen awarded the Golden Brain October 2012 Minerva Foundation The Deliberating Brain Columbia s Mind Brain Behavior Initiative October 2012 Dana Foundation Blog Putting Thought into Action March 2012 Human Frontier Science Program Decision Making October 2009 Brainfacts Organization Why people change their minds at the last second By Ed Yong August 2009 DiscoverMagazine Not Exactly Rocket Science Researchers Begin to Decode Decision making Processes By Tom Valeo December 2008 Dana Foundation What do you have in mind Ethical questions in neuroscience By Leila Gray University of Washington UWeek Newsletter December 2008 PDF Forage or mate Stay or run Innocent or guilty Deal or no deal Each is a job for the brain s jury

    Original URL path: https://www.shadlenlab.columbia.edu/ (2015-06-03)
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  • People
    Lab Manager Lesley Gendelman lg2 columbia edu 212 305 9608 4510 Post Doctoral Researcher Chris Fetsch crf columbia edu Mehdi Sanayei ms4 columbia edu Shushruth fs2 columbia edu NaYoung So ns2 columbia edu Luke Woloszyn luke gmail com Zheng Wu z columbia edu Ariel Zylberberg az2 columbia edu Graduate Student Hyoung Ryul Yul Kang hk2 columbia edu Naomi Odean nno2 columbia edu Staff Juliana Goldbas j cumc columbia edu Brian Madeira b cumc columbia edu Jian Wang jw3 columbia edu Former Lab Member Anne Churchland Assistant Professor Cold Spring Harbor Labtorary Jochen Ditterich Associate Professor Center for NeuroScience University of California Davis Joshua I Gold Associate Professor Neuroscience University of Pennsylvania Tim Hanks Post Doctoral Researcher at BrodyLab Princeton University Alexander C Huk Associate Professor Center for Perceptual Systems University of Texas at Austin Shin ichiro Kira Postdoc at Harvey Lab Harvard University s hms harvard edu Matt Leon Assistant Professor Department of Psychology California State University Bakersfield Peter Janssen Professor Laboratory for Neuro and Psychophysiology K U Leuven Medical School Belgium Mehrdad Jazayeri Assistant Professor Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences MIT Roozbeh Kiani Assistant Professor Center for Neural Science New York University Jong Nam Kim Associate Professor College

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  • Publications
    Correlates of Decision Making in Better Than Conscious Decision Making the Human Mind and Implications For Institutions C Engel and W Singer Editors 2008 MIT Press Cambridge PDF Wong KF Huk AC Shadlen MN and Wang XJ 2007 Neural circuit dynamics underlying accumulation of time varying evidence during decision making Frontiers in Computational Neurosci Vol 1 1 11 PDF Gold JI and Shadlen MN 2007 The Neural Basis of Decision Making Annual Review of Neuroscience Vol 30 535 574 Annual Reviews Yang T and Shadlen MN 2007 Probabilistic reasoning by neurons Nature Vol 447 7148 1075 1080 PDF Hanks TD Ditterich J and Shadlen MN 2006 Microstimulation of macaque area LIP affects decision making in a motion discrimination task Nature Neurosci Vol 9 5 682 689 PDF Kiani R Hanks TD Shadlen MN 2006 When is enough enough Nat Neurosci Vol 9 7 861 863 PDF Shadlen MN Hanks TD Churchland AK Kiani R and Yang T The speed and accuracy of a simple perceptual decision a mathematical primer in Bayesian Brain Probabilistic Approaches to Neural Coding K Doya S Ishii R Rao and A Pouget Editors 2006 MIT Press Cambridge preprint Huk AC and Shadlen MN 2005 Neural activity in macaque parietal cortex reflects temporal integration of visual motion signals during perceptual decision making J Neurosci Vol 25 45 10420 10436 PDF Janssen P and Shadlen MN 2005 A representation of the hazard rate of elapsed time in macaque area LIP Nat Neurosci Vol 8 2 234 241 PDF Palmer J Huk AC et al 2005 The effect of stimulus strength on the speed and accuracy of a perceptual decision J Vision Vol 5 376 404 PDF Huk AC and Shadlen MN 2005 Neural activity in macaque parietal cortex reflects temporal integration of visual motion signals during perceptual decision making J Neurosci Vol 25 45 10420 10436 PDF Shadlen MN Gold JI 2004 The neurophysiology of decision making as a window on cognition In The Cognitive Neurosciences 3rd edition Gazzaniga MS ed MIT Press PDF Leon MI and Shadlen MN 2003 Representation of Time by Neurons in the Posterior Parietal Cortex of the Macaque Neuron Vol 38 317 327 PDF Ditterich J Mazurek ME and Shadlen MN 2003 Microstimulation of visual cortex affects the speed of perceptual decisions Nature Neuroscience Vol 6 8 892 898 PDF Mazurek ME Roitman JD Ditterich J and Shadlen MN 2003 A role for neural integrators in perceptual decision making Cerebral Cortex Vol 13 1257 1269 PDF Gold JI and Shadlen MN 2002 Banburismus and the brain decoding the relationship between sensory stimuli decisions and reward Neuron Vol 36 299 308 PDF Roitman JD and Shadlen MN 2002 Response of Neurons in the Lateral Intraparietal Area during a Combined Visual Discrimination Reaction Time Task J Neurosci Vol 22 21 9475 9489 PDF Mazurek ME and Shadlen MN 2002 Limits to the temporal fidelity of cortical spike rate signals Nat Neuroscience Vol 5 463 471 PDF Shadlen MN 2002 Pursuing commitments Nat Neurosci Vol 5

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  • Publications
    Contact Code Data Movie Code VCRDM Choice Reaction Time Matlab Toolbox CHRT Data Roitman Data and Code Movie Monkey Performing Direction Discrimination Test Probabilistic Reasoning by Neurons A Neural Implementation of Wald s Sequential Probability Ratio Test 2013 Shadlen Lab

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  • Contact
    N Shadlen Email shad columbia edu Office 212 305 9941 Fax 212 342 4495 Address 630 West 168th Street P S Building Room 16 409 MailBox 102 A New York NY 10032 To report website issue please contact jw3 columbia

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  • Christopher R. Fetsch, Ph.D. (Chris Fetsch)
    W 168th St New York NY 10032 crf 21 29 at columbia dot edu My research focuses on how the brain uses sensory information to guide a decision and in particular how a noisy stream of evidence is processed to establish a level of confidence in the decision We use post decision wagering to ask the monkey how confident he is in decisions about visual motion while recording and manipulating

    Original URL path: https://www.shadlenlab.columbia.edu/people/chris.html (2015-06-03)
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    Original URL path: /people/Shushruth/index.html (2015-06-03)


  • Code Repositories
    virtually no dropped frames It is pretty well documented It includes software for making the dot patches and targets as well as a full experiment procedure for a keypress motion discrimination task The Kill and StartUpdateProcess commands have been removed as they are not necessary in newer versions of Mac OS X If you are using something older than 10 4 4 tiger make sure that the automatic software update

    Original URL path: https://www.shadlenlab.columbia.edu/resources/VCRDM.html (2015-06-03)
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