Publications and Presentations

  1. Ray SHeinen SJ. (2015) A mechanism for decision rule discrimination by supplementary eye field neurons. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 459-76. PMID: 25370345.
  2. Bhutani NRay SMurthy A. (2012) Is saccade averaging determined by visual processing or movement planning? Journal of Neurophysiology. 108: 3161-71. PMID: 23018999
  3. Ray SBhutani NMurthy A. (2012) Mutual inhibition and capacity sharing during parallel preparation of serial eye movements. Journal of Vision. 12: 17. PMID: 22434620
  4. Ray SBhutani NKapoor VMurthy A. (2011) Trans-saccadic processing of visual and motor planning during sequential eye movements. Experimental Brain Research. 215: 13-25. PMID: 21931983
  5. Ray SPouget PSchall JD. (2009) Functional distinction between visuomovement and movement neurons in macaque frontal eye field during saccade countermanding. Journal of Neurophysiology. 102: 3091-100. PMID: 19776364
  6. Sharika KMRay SMurthy A. (2009) Attention for action during error correction. Progress in Brain Research. 176: 227-44. PMID: 19733760
  7. Murthy ARay S, Shorter SM, Schall JDThompson KG. (2009) Neural control of visual search by frontal eye field: effects of unexpected target displacement on visual selection and saccade preparation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 101: 2485-506. PMID: 19261711
  8. Murthy ARay S, Shorter SM, Priddy EG, Schall JDThompson KG. (2007) Frontal eye field contributions to rapid corrective saccades. Journal of Neurophysiology. 97: 1457-69. PMID: 17135479
  9. Ray SSchall JDMurthy A. Programming of double-step saccade sequences: modulation by cognitive control. Vision Research. 44: 2707-18. PMID: 15358065