Simon Musall
TitleCited byYear
Effects of neural synchrony on surface EEG
S Musall, V von Pföstl, A Rauch, NK Logothetis, K Whittingstall
Cerebral Cortex 24 (4), 1045-1053, 2012
Tactile frequency discrimination is enhanced by circumventing neocortical adaptation
S Musall, W Von Der Behrens, JM Mayrhofer, B Weber, F Helmchen, ...
Nature neuroscience 17 (11), 1567, 2014
Novel two-alternative forced choice paradigm for bilateral vibrotactile whisker frequency discrimination in head-fixed mice and rats
JM Mayrhofer, V Skreb, W von der Behrens, S Musall, B Weber, F Haiss
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (1), 273-284, 2012
Deviant processing in the primary somatosensory cortex
S Musall, F Haiss, B Weber, W von der Behrens
Cerebral Cortex 27 (1), 863-876, 2015
Movement-related activity dominates cortex during sensory-guided decision making
S Musall, MT Kaufman, S Gluf, A Churchland
bioRxiv, 308288, 2018
Optogenetically stimulating intact rat corticospinal tract post-stroke restores motor control through regionalized functional circuit formation
AS Wahl, U Büchler, A Brändli, B Brattoli, S Musall, H Kasper, BV Ineichen, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1187, 2017
The Churchland birthday data cake
AK Churchland, G Bekheet, B Cascone, L Chartarifsky, AL Juavinett, ...
High-throughput mapping of mesoscale connectomes in individual mice
L Huang, J Kebschull, D Furth, S Musall, MT Kaufman, AK Churchland, ...
bioRxiv, 422477, 2018
The Relation of Sensory Adaptation and Stimulus Perception in the Rat Whisker-system
S Musall
Predicting surface EEG power through fluctuations in intracortical signals during different behavioral and pharmacological conditions
S Musall, NK Logothetis, KS Whittingstall
40th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2010), 2010
Frequency-band coupling in surface EEG reflects spiking activity in monkey V1 during passive fixation
S Musall, NK Logothetis, KS Whittingstall
39th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2009), 2009
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