Michael J Gray
Michael J Gray
PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, City University of New York
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei gradcenter.cuny.edu
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Oscillatory recruitment of bilateral visual cortex during spatial attention to competing rhythmic inputs
MJ Gray, HP Frey, TJ Wilson, JJ Foxe
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (14), 5489-5503, 2015
312015
Luminance, but not chromatic visual pathways, mediate amplification of conditioned danger signals in human visual cortex
A Keil, V Miskovic, MJ Gray, J Martinovic
European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (9), 3356-3362, 2013
252013
Saccade adaptation deficits in developmental dyslexia suggest disruption of cerebellar-dependent learning
EG Freedman, S Molholm, MJ Gray, D Belyusar, JJ Foxe
Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 9 (36), 2017
122017
Individual alpha frequency increases during a task but is unchanged by alpha‐band flicker
MJ Gray, TA Emmanouil
Psychophysiology 57 (2), e13480, 2020
82020
Macronutrient composition of a morning meal and the maintenance of attention throughout the morning
TJ Wilson, MJ Gray, JW Van Klinken, M Kaczmarczyk, JJ Foxe
Nutritional Neuroscience, 1-15, 2017
52017
Adaptation of naturally paced saccades
MJ Gray, A Blangero, JP Herman, J Wallman, MR Harwood
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (11), 2343-2354, 2014
52014
Visual Entrainment of Perception-Related Neural Oscillations as a Mechanism for Maintaining Rhythmic Temporal Expectations across a Wide Range of Frequencies
MJ Gray
City University of New York, 2019
2019
Ultra-rapid Saccade Adaptation: Effective in Under Three Minutes
M Gray, A Blangero, J Herman, M Harwood
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 1215-1215, 2013
2013
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