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Mohsen Jamali

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  1. Jamali M, Carriot J, Chacron MJ, Cullen KE. Coding strategies in the otolith system differ for translational head motion vs. static orientation relative to gravity. Elife. 2019 Jun 14; 8. PMID: 31199243.
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  2. Jamali M, Grannan B, Haroush K, Moses ZB, Eskandar EN, Herrington T, Patel S, Williams ZM. Dorsolateral prefrontal neurons mediate subjective decisions and their variation in humans. Nat Neurosci. 2019 06; 22(6):1010-1020. PMID: 31011224.
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  3. Hu K, Jamali M, Moses ZB, Ortega CA, Friedman GN, Xu W, Williams ZM. Decoding unconstrained arm movements in primates using high-density electrocorticography signals for brain-machine interface use. Sci Rep. 2018 Jul 12; 8(1):10583. PMID: 30002452.
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  4. Carriot J, Jamali M, Cullen KE, Chacron MJ. Envelope statistics of self-motion signals experienced by human subjects during everyday activities: Implications for vestibular processing. PLoS One. 2017; 12(6):e0178664. PMID: 28575032.
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  5. Carriot J, Jamali M, Chacron MJ, Cullen KE. The statistics of the vestibular input experienced during natural self-motion differ between rodents and primates. J Physiol. 2017 04 15; 595(8):2751-2766. PMID: 28083981.
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  6. Jamali M, Chacron MJ, Cullen KE. Self-motion evokes precise spike timing in the primate vestibular system. Nat Commun. 2016 10 27; 7:13229. PMID: 27786265.
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  7. Carriot J, Jamali M, Cullen KE. Rapid adaptation of multisensory integration in vestibular pathways. Front Syst Neurosci. 2015; 9:59. PMID: 25932009.
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  8. Schneider AD, Jamali M, Carriot J, Chacron MJ, Cullen KE. The increased sensitivity of irregular peripheral canal and otolith vestibular afferents optimizes their encoding of natural stimuli. J Neurosci. 2015 Apr 08; 35(14):5522-36. PMID: 25855169.
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  9. Metzen MG, Jamali M, Carriot J, Ávila-?kerberg O, Cullen KE, Chacron MJ. Coding of envelopes by correlated but not single-neuron activity requires neural variability. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Apr 14; 112(15):4791-6. PMID: 25825717.
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  10. Carriot J, Jamali M, Brooks JX, Cullen KE. Integration of canal and otolith inputs by central vestibular neurons is subadditive for both active and passive self-motion: implication for perception. J Neurosci. 2015 Feb 25; 35(8):3555-65. PMID: 25716854.
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  11. Carriot J, Jamali M, Chacron MJ, Cullen KE. Statistics of the vestibular input experienced during natural self-motion: implications for neural processing. J Neurosci. 2014 Jun 11; 34(24):8347-57. PMID: 24920638.
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  12. Jamali M, Mitchell DE, Dale A, Carriot J, Sadeghi SG, Cullen KE. Neuronal detection thresholds during vestibular compensation: contributions of response variability and sensory substitution. J Physiol. 2014 Apr 01; 592(7):1565-80. PMID: 24366259.
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  13. Jamali M, Carriot J, Chacron MJ, Cullen KE. Strong correlations between sensitivity and variability give rise to constant discrimination thresholds across the otolith afferent population. J Neurosci. 2013 Jul 03; 33(27):11302-13. PMID: 23825433.
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  14. Cullen KE, Brooks JX, Jamali M, Carriot J, Massot C. Internal models of self-motion: computations that suppress vestibular reafference in early vestibular processing. Exp Brain Res. 2011 May; 210(3-4):377-88. PMID: 21286693.
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  15. Jamali M, Sadeghi SG, Cullen KE. Response of vestibular nerve afferents innervating utricle and saccule during passive and active translations. J Neurophysiol. 2009 Jan; 101(1):141-9. PMID: 18971293.
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