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Conference abstracts


Selected conference abstracts.

Single-unit representation of value and prediction error in human amygdala during reinforcement learning
J. Minxha, S. Dunne, A.N. Mamelak, R. Adolphs, J. O’Doherty, U.Rutishauser.
Society for Neuroeconomics 2015 (talk)

The effects of crowding on the tuning and latency of neurons in human and monkey amygdala
J. Minxha, J. K. Morrow, C. P. Mosher, A. N. Mamelak, K. Gothard, R.Adolphs, U. Rutishauser.
Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2015

Single-trial learning of novel visual stimuli by individual neurons in the human substantia nigra
J. Kaminski, A.N. Mamelak, K. Birch, M. Tagliati, U. Rutishauser.
Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2015

A human single neuron correlate of error monitoring in anterior cingulate cortex and pre-supplementary motor area neurons.
Z. Fu, A. N. Mamelak, I. Ross, J. Chung, R. Adolphs, U. Rutishauser.
Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2015

Parametric encoding of emotion and ambiguity in the human amygdala
S.Wang, R. Yu, J.M. Tyszka, S. Zhen, S. Sun, R. Hurlemann, I.B. Ross, A.N. Mamelak, R. Adolphs, U. Rutishauser.
Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2015

Representation of subjective memory strength and visual category by separate groups of neurons in the human medial temporal lobe
S. Ye, M. Koroma-Le Bras, O. Tudusciuc, I.B. Ross, J.M. Chung, A.N. Mamelak, U. Rutishauser
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2014 (551.04)

Response error signalling by single neurons in human anterior cingulate cortex, amygdala and supplementary motor area
Z. FU, A. N. MAMELAK, I. ROSS, J. CHUNG, R. ADOLPHS, U. RUTISHAUSER
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2014 (625.06)

Neurons in the human medial temporal lobe encode target saliency during visual search
S. WANG, A. N. MAMELAK, R. ADOLPHS, U. RUTISHAUSER
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2014 (238.12)

Emotion-selective single neurons in the human amygdala signal subjective perceived emotion
S. WANG, O. TUDUSCIUC, A. N. MAMELAK, I. B. ROSS, R. ADOLPHS, U. RUTISHAUSER
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2013, San Diego.Prog ID 184.08.

The relationship between single human hippocampal and amygdala neurons and subjective memory strength
S. YE, I. B. ROSS, J. M. CHUNG, A. N. MAMELAK, U. RUTISHAUSER.
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2013, San Diego.Prog ID 845.19.

Winner-take-all circuits exhibit key hallmarks of binocular rivalry (VSS abstract) (ECVP abstract)
S Marx, G Gruenhage, D Walper, U Rutishauser, W Einhauser
Vision Sciences Society Meeting 2013 (VSS), and European Conference on Visual Perception 2013

Group sparse coding with a collection of winner-take-all networks (abstract)
EL Dyer, U Rutishauser and RG Baraniuk
Twenty First Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting: CNS*2012, published in BMC Neuroscience BMC Neuroscience 2012, 13(Suppl 1):P184

Increased pupil size distinguishes familiar from novel images
M Naber, U Rutishauser, W Einhäuser
European Conference on Visual Perception, 2011 (Talk)

Single-neuron correlates of abnormal face processing by the amygdala in autism.
U. Rutishauser, O. Tudusciuc, D. Neumann, A. Mamelak, A.C. Heller, I.B. Ross, R. Adolphs.
International Society for Autism Research Annual Meeting, San Diego, 2011.

Spike-field coherence correlates of successful memory encoding in the human hippocampus and amygdala
U. Rutishauser, A.N. Mamelak, I.B. Ross, E.M. Schuman
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2009, Chicago. ID: 622.4. (and included in press conference)

Predictors of Successful Memory Encoding in the Human Hippocampus and Amygdala (abstract)
A.N. Mamelak, U. Rutishauser, I.B. Ross, E.M. Schuman
Congress of Neurological Surgeons, 2009, New Orleans. Also published in Neurosurgery 2009:65(2), 422 as one of the top-10 abstracts in the section "stereotactic and functional neurosurgery".

Predictors of successful memory encoding in the human hippocampus and amygdala (abstract)
U. Rutishauser, A.N. Mamelak, I.B. Ross, E.M. Schuman
Computation and systems neuroscience (COSYNE), 2009, Salt Lake City.

Single-unit activity of human hippocampus and amygdala neurons during learning and retrieval of episodic memories(pdf)
U. Rutishauser, E.M. Schuman, A.N. Mamelak
American Epilepsy Society Meeting 2007, Philadelphia, Prog ID 2.290.
(Note: the work presented on this poster received the Young Investigator Award from the American Epilepsy Society)

Activity of human hippocampal-amygdala neurons during retrieval of episodic memories (pdf)
U. Rutishauser, A.N. Mamelak, E.M. Schuman
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2007, San Diego.Prog ID 421.22.

Firing properties of human hippocampal neurons during reward expectance and delivery (pdf)
U. Rutishauser, A.N. Mamelak, E.M. Schuman
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2006, Atlanta, Prog ID 365.19.

Differential Effect of Low and High Spatial Frequencies in Overt Attention under Natural Conditions(pdf)
W. Einhäuser, S. Engmann, U. Rutishauser, S. Nadler, P. König, and C. Koch (2006).
Federation of European Neuroscience Societies Meeting, Prog ID A053.2

Online detection and sorting of extracellularly recorded action potentials from the human medial temporal lobe (pdf)
U. Rutishauser, A.K. Bansal, A. Mamelak, E.M. Schuman
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2005, Washington DC, Prog ID 569.3.

Bottom-up attention permits unsupervised learning and recognition of small objects
U. Rutishauser, D. Walther, P. Perona, C.Koch
Computational Vision in Neural and Machine Systems 2005, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Neuronal activity in the human hippocampus-amygdala complex correlates with visual recognition memory performance (pdf)
U. Rutishauser, A. Mamelak, E.M. Schuman
Society Neuroscience Meeting 2004, San Diego, Prog ID 775.2.


Some older posters


Fuzzy online learning in a multi-agent system that controls an intelligent building
U. Rutishauser, A. Schaefer, J.Trindler, R.Zwiker, R.Douglas, J.Joller
Caltech Center for Neuromorphic Engineering Industry Day 2003 -- Machine learning and awareness, Pasadena, CA, USA.

Intelligent Buildings -- A multi-agent approach
U .Rutishauser, A. Schaefer, R. Douglas, J. Joller
Workshop Embodied Artificial Intelligence 2002 - special issue on the design principles, Zurich, Switzerland.

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