A mathematical theory of visual hallucination patterns
Neuronal activity in a two-dimensional net is analyzed in the neighborhood of an instability. Bifurcation theory and group theory are used to demonstrate the existence of a variety of doubly-periodic patterns, hexagons, rolls, etc., as solutions to the field equations for the net activity. It is suggested that these simple geometric patterns are the cortical concomitants of the "form constants" seen during visual hallucinosis.
Ascending inhibitory and facilitatory influences controlling primary thalamo-cortical responsiveness
Effects of LSD-25, psiolocybin, and psilocin on temporal lobe EEG patterns and learned behavior in the cat
EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF MONOAMINE NEURONS IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. 3. THE MONOAMINE NERVE TERMINAL
Generalized spin models for coupled cortical feature maps obtained by coarse graining correlation based synaptic learning rules
Background-activity-dependent properties of a network model for working memory that incorporates cellular bistability
Neural network firing-rate models on integral form: effects of temporal coupling kernels on equilibrium-state stability
Delay-induced oscillations in Wilson and Cowan's model: an analysis of the subthalamo-pallidal feedback loop in healthy and parkinsonian subjects
Anesthetic-induced transitions by propofol modeled by nonlocal neural populations involving two neuron types
The population firing rate in the presence of GABAergic tonic inhibition in single neurons and application to general anaesthesia
Dynamical correlation patterns and corresponding community structure in neural spontaneous activity at criticality
Self-organising continuous attractor networks with multiple activity packets, and the representation of space
Dynamical mechanism for sharp orientation tuning in an integrate-and-fire model of a cortical hypercolumn
Computational design and nonlinear dynamics of a recurrent network model of the primary visual cortex
Traveling waves of excitation in neural field models: equivalence of rate descriptions and integrate-and-fire dynamics
Constrained optimization for neural map formation: a unifying framework for weight growth and normalization
Investigating the mechanisms of hallucinogen-induced visions using 3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA): a randomized controlled trial in humans
Introduction to focus issue: rhythms and dynamic transitions in neurological disease: modeling, computation, and experiment
Neural interactions between flicker-induced self-organized visual hallucinations and physical stimuli
Modeling the spatiotemporal cortical activity associated with the line-motion illusion in primary visual cortex
On the Effects on Cortical Spontaneous Activity of the Symmetries of the Network of Pinwheels in Visual Area V1
Path-integral methods for analyzing the effects of fluctuations in stochastic hybrid neural networks
Some psychophysiological and pharmacological correlates of a developmental, cognitive and motivational theory
Stochastic Network Models in Neuroscience: A Festschrift for Jack Cowan. Introduction to the Special Issue
Closed-loop cortical neuromodulation in Parkinson's disease: An alternative to deep brain stimulation?
Flicker-light induced visual phenomena: frequency dependence and specificity of whole percepts and percept features
LSD alters eyes-closed functional connectivity within the early visual cortex in a retinotopic fashion
A biologically constrained, mathematical model of cortical wave propagation preceding seizure termination
A functional magnetic resonance imaging investigation of visual hallucinations in the human striate cortex
A Network Model of Local Field Potential Activity in Essential Tremor and the Impact of Deep Brain Stimulation
Macroscopic coherent structures in a stochastic neural network: from interface dynamics to coarse-grained bifurcation analysis
The Experience Elicited by Hallucinogens Presents the Highest Similarity to Dreaming within a Large Database of Psychoactive Substance Reports
The Dynamics of Neural Fields on Bounded Domains: An Interface Approach for Dirichlet Boundary Conditions
Geometric visual hallucinations, Euclidean symmetry and the functional architecture of striate cortex
Metastable states and quasicycles in a stochastic Wilson-Cowan model of neuronal population dynamics
Interrelating anatomical, effective, and functional brain connectivity using propagators and neural field theory
Formation of localized structures in bistable systems through nonlocal spatial coupling. I. General framework
Progressive alignment of inhibitory and excitatory delay may drive a rapid developmental switch in cortical network dynamics
Determination of effective brain connectivity from functional connectivity using propagator-based interferometry and neural field theory with application to the corticothalamic system
Firing rate equations require a spike synchrony mechanism to correctly describe fast oscillations in inhibitory networks
The effect of inhibition on the existence of traveling wave solutions for a neural field model of human seizure termination
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