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  The Neural Systems Lab
       Of the CCNY Neural Engineering Group
Journal Papers
(Published since lab opening Jan 2012)
Kelly SP, O'Connell RG, Internal and external influences on sensory evidence accumulation in the human brain. J Neurosci. In Press.
Kelly SP, Vanegas MI, Schroeder CE, Lalor EC, (2013) The Cruciform model of striate generation of the early VEP, re-illustrated, not revoked: a reply to Ales et al (2013). NeuroImage. 82, 154-159. PDF
Vanegas MI, Blangero A, Kelly SP (2013). Exploiting individual primary visual cortex geometry to boost steady state visual evoked potentials, J Neural Eng. 10 036003. PDF
Moisello C, Meziane H, Kelly SP, Perfetti B, Kvint S, Voutsinas N, Blanco D, Quartarone A, Tononi G, Ghilardi MF, Neural Activations during Visual Sequence Learning leave a trace in post-training spontaneous EEG. Plos ONE 2013, 8 (6), e65882.
O'Connell RG, Dockree PD, Kelly SP (2012). A supramodal accumulation-to-bound signal that determines perceptual decisions in humans. Nat Neurosci. 15(12):1729-3. HTML
Kelly SP, Schroeder CE, Lalor EC (2012). What does polarity inversion of extrastriate activity tell us about striate contributions to the early VEP? A comment on Ales et al (2010), NeuroImage, 38. 76:442-5. PDF
Abstracts
Blangero A, Price GL, Kelly SP Electrophysiological correlates of the spatial representation of relative saccade-target value in humans. Jun 2013, Boston: International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems.
Steinemann NA, Moisello C, Ghilardi MF, Kelly SP Modulation of ERP components P3 and N2 during intentional visual sequence learning. Jun 2013, Boston: International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems.
Vanegas MI, Blangero A, Kelly SP Direct electrophysiological metrics of visual surround suppression in humans. Jun 2013, Boston: International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems.
O'Connell RG, Dockree PM, Kelly SP A supramodal neural signature of accumulating evidence that determines perceptual decisions in humans. 175.21 2012 New Orleans: Society for Neuroscience. HTML
Blangero A, Price GL, Kelly SP A transient, spatially-selective relative value signal in humans. 175.12 2012 New Orleans: Society for Neuroscience. HTML
Kelly SP, O'Connell RG Build-up rate of human decision variable signals vary with the strength of evidence. 804.18 2012 New Orleans: Society for Neuroscience. HTML
Vanegas MI, Blangero A, Kelly SP Boosting Steady State Visual Evoked Potentials (SSVEP) Using Phase Shifted Stimulus Segments. 2012 Atlanta: Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting. PDF


For a complete listing of the publications of individual lab members, please refer to their personal websites.