Benjamin Wilson
Benjamin Wilson
Emory University & Yerkes National Primate Research Centre
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Auditory artificial grammar learning in macaque and marmoset monkeys
B Wilson, H Slater, Y Kikuchi, AE Milne, WD Marslen-Wilson, K Smith, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (48), 18825-18835, 2013
Auditory sequence processing reveals evolutionarily conserved regions of frontal cortex in macaques and humans
B Wilson, Y Kikuchi, L Sun, D Hunter, F Dick, K Smith, A Thiele, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 8901, 2015
Conserved sequence processing in primate frontal cortex
B Wilson, WD Marslen-Wilson, CI Petkov
Trends in neurosciences 40 (2), 72-82, 2017
On the pursuit of the brain network for proto-syntactic learning in non-human primates: conceptual issues and neurobiological hypotheses
CI Petkov, B Wilson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
Sequence learning modulates neural responses and oscillatory coupling in human and monkey auditory cortex
Y Kikuchi, A Attaheri, B Wilson, AE Rhone, KV Nourski, PE Gander, ...
PLoS biology 15 (4), e2000219, 2017
Non‐adjacent dependency learning in humans and other animals
B Wilson, M Spierings, A Ravignani, JL Mueller, TH Mintz, F Wijnen, ...
Topics in cognitive science 12 (3), 843-858, 2020
Primate auditory prototype in the evolution of the arcuate fasciculus
F Balezeau, B Wilson, G Gallardo, F Dick, W Hopkins, A Anwander, ...
Nature neuroscience 23 (5), 611-614, 2020
Mixed‐complexity artificial grammar learning in humans and macaque monkeys: evaluating learning strategies
B Wilson, K Smith, CI Petkov
European Journal of Neuroscience 41 (5), 568-578, 2015
Implicit trustworthiness ratings of self-resembling faces activate brain centers involved in reward
SM Platek, AL Krill, B Wilson
Neuropsychologia 47 (1), 289-293, 2009
Auditory and visual sequence learning in humans and monkeys using an artificial grammar learning paradigm
AE Milne, CI Petkov, B Wilson
Neuroscience 389, 104-117, 2018
Structured sequence learning across sensory modalities in humans and nonhuman primates
AE Milne, B Wilson, MH Christiansen
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 21, 39-48, 2018
Artificial grammar learning in vascular and progressive non-fluent aphasias
TE Cope, B Wilson, H Robson, R Drinkall, L Dean, M Grube, PS Jones, ...
Neuropsychologia 104, 201-213, 2017
Individually customisable non-invasive head immobilisation system for non-human primates with an option for voluntary engagement
H Slater, AE Milne, B Wilson, RS Muers, F Balezeau, D Hunter, A Thiele, ...
Journal of neuroscience methods 269, 46-60, 2016
EEG potentials associated with artificial grammar learning in the primate brain
A Attaheri, Y Kikuchi, AE Milne, B Wilson, K Alter, CI Petkov
Brain and language 148, 74-80, 2015
Communication and the primate brain: insights from neuroimaging studies in humans, chimpanzees and macaques
B Wilson, CI Petkov
Human biology 83 (2), 175, 2011
The comparative neuroprimatology 2018 (CNP-2018) road map for research on How the Brain Got Language
MA Arbib, F Aboitiz, JM Burkart, M Corballis, G Coudé, E Hecht, K Liebal, ...
Interaction Studies 19 (1-2), 370-387, 2018
Structured sequence processing and combinatorial binding: neurobiologically and computationally informed hypotheses
R Calmus, B Wilson, Y Kikuchi, CI Petkov
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1791), 20190304, 2020
Behaviour and functional imaging of ‘artificial grammar’sequence learning in rhesus macaques
B Wilson, MG Collison, H Slater, K Smith, W Marslen-Wilson, C Petkov
Society of Neuroscience-Abstract 173, 53, 2011
MRI monitoring of macaque monkeys in neuroscience: Case studies, resource and normative data comparisons
F Balezeau, J Nacef, Y Kikuchi, F Schneider, F Rocchi, RS Muers, ...
NeuroImage 230, 117778, 2021
From evolutionarily conserved frontal regions for sequence processing to human innovations for syntax
B Wilson, CI Petkov
Interaction studies 19 (1-2), 318-335, 2018
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