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Abstracts - DeYoe Lab Neuroscience Research Publications

  • Salzwedel, A., M. Mauck, J. Kuchenbecker, J. Neitz, and E.A. DeYoe. S-cone Induced Cortical activity Despite an ON-pathway Defect: a BOLD fMRI-based Case Study. OSA Fall Vision Meeting. 2011. Seattle, WA.
  • Reitsma, D.C., M.J. Maciejewski, V. Szeder, J.L. Ulmer, W.M. Mueller, B.F. Remler, and E.A. DeYoe. Apparent retinotopic reorganization in human visual cortex with central pathology. OSA Fall Vision Meeting 2011. 2011. Seattle, WA.
  • Reitsma, D.C., M.J. Maciejewski, V. Szeder, J.L. Ulmer, W.M. Mueller, B.F. Remler, and E.A. DeYoe. Functional reorganization in visual cortex with central pathology. Society for Neuroscience, Milwaukee Chapter annual meeting. 2011. Milwaukee, WI.
  • Puckett, A., Y. Ma, J.R. Mathis, and E.A. DeYoe. Novel fMRI Paradigm Reveals Attentional Field Topography. Human Brain Mapping. 2011. Quebec HBM Abstract Viewer 2011 Poster No. 995
  • Ma, Y., K.M. Ropella, and E.A. DeYoe. Modeling population receptive fields of human visual cortex based on FMRI activation. Society for Neuroscience, Milwaukee Chapter 2011 Annual Meeting. 2011. Milwaukee
  • Reitsma, D.C., M.J. Maciejewski, V. Szeder, J.L. Ulmer, W.M. Mueller, B.F. Remler, and E.A. DeYoe. Functional reorganization of visual cortex with central pathology. Society for Neuroscience. 2010. San Diego 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner Program No. 126.12
  • Puckett, A.M., E.A. DeYoe, and J.R. Mathis. Cortical attentional field maps for individual visual areas from V1 to V7. Society for Neuroscience. 2010. San Diego 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner Program Number: 429.5
  • Ma Y., K.M. Ropella, E.A. DeYoe, (2010). A random visual cortex mapping technique for clinical use, in Biomedical Engineering Society. Austin, TX USA.
  • Reuss, J.L., J. Ulmer, and E.A. DeYoe. Management of Brain Tumor Treatment with Tumor Morphometrics in Magnetic Resonance Imagery. National Cancer Institute (NCI) Translational Science Meeting. 2008. Washington D.C.
  • Maciejewski, M., J. R. Mathis, et al. (2007). Validity of fMRI as an indicator of visual cortex function. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. San Diego. 104.16: 1.
  • Ward, B. D., J. Janik, et al. (2006). Real-Time Mapping of the Visual Field using Random Stimulus Presentation. ISMRM 14th Scientific Meeting. Seattle: #3256.
  • Posey, R. K., K. M. Ropella, B. F. Remler and E. A. DeYoe (2006). Effects of real and simulated scotomata on functional vision. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Atlanta, Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.
  • DeYoe EA, Szeder V, Maciejewski MJ, Medler K, Remler BF, Ulmer JL. (2006) fMRI Assessment of Visual Field Deficits and Associated Cortical Pathologies. Neurology 66:Suppl.2, A21.
  • Medler, K. A., J. L. Ulmer, W. M. Mueller, H. G. Krouwer and E. A. DeYoe (2005). Using fMRI to distinguish if hemineglect is accompanied by visual field loss. Society for Neuroscience, Washington D.C.
  • Maciejewski, M., K. M. Ropella and E. A. DeYoe (2005). Combining fMRI with Video Automated Perimetry in Patients with Brain-based Visual Impairments. IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering, Arlington, VA.
  • Janik, J. J., K. M. Ropella and E. A. DeYoe (2005). Influence of Stimulus on the Estimated Time Delay of BOLD fMRI Response Visual Cortex. 11th Annual Organization of Human Brain Mapping Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
  • Janik, J., D. B. Ward, M. Maciejewski, R. A. Kirchhoff, K. M. Ropella and E. A. DeYoe (2005). Retinotopic mapping of human visual cortex with a randomly presented stimulus. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.
  • Huddleston, W. E. and E. A. DeYoe (2005). Differences in spatially-specific attentional modulation between human parietal cortex and extrastriate visual areas. Society for Neuroscience, Washington.
  • Datta, R. and E. A. DeYoe (2005). Attentional Landscape - A Distributed Topography of Attention. Society for Neuroscience, Washington D.C.
  • Kirchhoff, R. A., K. M. Ropella and E. A. DeYoe (2004). Visual Scotoma Simulation for use in presurgical planning. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.
  • Kirchhoff, R. A., K. M. Ropella and E. A. DeYoe (2004). A visual defect simulator for pre-surgical planning. Biomedical Engineering Society, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Janik, J. J., J. W. Lewis, E. A. DeYoe and K. M. Ropella (2004). Bispectral Analysis for Different Categories of Natural Sounds. Biomedical Engineering Society, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Huddleston, W. E. and E. A. DeYoe (2004). "Two Task-Related Topographic Maps of Visuospatial Attention in Human Parietal Cortex." Neuroimage 22 (suppl 1): TH49.
  • Huddleston, W. E. and E. A. DeYoe (2004). Behavioral modulation of visuospatial attention maps in human parietal cortex. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, Society for Neuroscience.
  • DeYoe, E. A., J. Ulmer, K. M. Ropella, B. Remler, J. Brefczynski, V. Szeder, M. J. Maciejewski and J. J. Janik (2004). "Multifunctional Neuroimaging: A new approach for assessing brain-related vision deficits." American Society of Neuroradiology Abstracts.
  • DeYoe, E. A., J. Brefczynski, R. Datta and W. E. Huddleston (2004). "The Expression and Control of Attentional Topography in Human Visual Cortex." Neuroimage 22 (suppl 1): TH28.
  • DeYoe EA, Szeder V, Williams K, Wieser JA, Maciejewski MJ, Janik J, Remler BF, Ulmer JL. (2004) fMRI Assessment of Visual Field Deficits and Associated Cortical Pathologies. Program No. 18.9. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  • Datta, R. and E. A. DeYoe (2004). I know where you are secretly attending! Reading the focus of attention from the brain with fMRI. Society for Neuroscience Meeting, San Diego, Society for Neuroscience.
  • Brefczynski-Lewis, J & DeYoe, E A (2004). "Multifunctional Neuroimaging: Using functional MR imaging to map the neural basis of visual, spatial attention." American Society of Neuroradiology Abstracts.
  • Szeder, V, Williams, K, Wieser, J, Maciejewski, M J, Janik, J J, Hacein-Bey, L, Remler, B, Ulmer, J, DeYoe, E A (2004). "Multifunctional Neuroimaging: fMRI assessment for occipital lobe pathologies with visual field loss."
  • DeYoe, E A; Ulmer, J; Ropella, K M; Remler, B; Brefczynski, J; Szeder, V, Maciejewski, M Janik, J J (2004). "Multifunctional Neuroimaging: A new approach for assessing brain-related vision deficits." American Society of Neuroradiology Abstracts.
  • Maciejewski, MJ; Ropella, KM; DeYoe, E A (2003). "Repeated visual field perimetry in individual observers." Society for Neuroscience Abstracts: 818.17.
  • Lewis, J & DeYoe, E A (2003). "Animal vs tool sounds evoke different activation patterns in right vs left handed subjects." Human Brain Mapping: 1488.
  • Janik, JJ; Ropella, K M; DeYoe, E A (2003). "Distortions of human retinotopy obtained with temporal phase mapped FMRI." Society for Neuroscience Abstracts: 658.8.
  • Huddleston, W E & DeYoe, E A (2003). "First- and second-order spectral "motion" mechanisms in the human auditory system." Perception: Accepted.
  • Datta, R; Brefczynski-Lewis, J; DeYoe, E A (2003). "Effect of distracters on the spatial distribution of human visual attention." Human Brain Mapping.
  • Schneider, WE; Phinney, RE; Lewis, JW & DeYoe, E.A., Attention-based apparent motion: An auditory analog of a visual phenomenon. Program No. 353.12. 2002 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary
  • Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2002. Online.
  • Phinney, R.E. & DeYoe, E.A., FMRI comparison of areas activated by luminance versus cyclopean (purely stereoscopic) motion. Program No. 353.12. 2002 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary
  • Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2002. Online.
  • Schneider, W E & DeYoe, E A, Multiple "motion" mechanisms in audition? Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. 27 (Program Number 166.17), 2001.
  • Phinney, R E & DeYoe, E A, FMRI investigation of purely stereoscopic (cyclopean) motion processing. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. 27 (Program No. 680.10), 2001.
  • Lewis, J W, Wightman, F L, Junion-Dienger, J L, & DeYoe, E A, FMRI Activation in response to the identification of natural sounds. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. 27 (Presentation number 512.9), 2001.
  • DeYoe, E A & Brefczynski, J A, Visual field topography of spatial attention: Psychophysics. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. 27 (Program No. 574.2), 2001.
  • Brefczynski, J A & DeYoe, E A, FMRI of split attention. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 27 (Program No. 574.1), 2001.
  • Ulmer, J.L., DeYoe, E.A., Daniels, D.L., Hacein-Bey, L., Biswal, B.B., Mark, L.P., Brown, W.D., Strottmann, J.M. Functional magnetic resonance imaging of the visual system: A review of functional anatomy and potential clinical applications. Proceedings of the 39th annual meeting of the American Society of Neuroradiology, Boston, MA April 21-27, 2001.
  • Beauchamp, M.S., Cox, R.W. & DeYoe, E.A. "Gradients of attention in the human visual motion processing system." Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 23: 457, 1997.
  • Saad, Z.S., Ropella, K.M., Carman, G.J. & DeYoe, E.A. "Temporal phase variation of FMR signals in vasculature versus parenchyma." Society for Magnetic Resonance Abstracts 3: 1834, 1996.
  • Peters, M.R., Anderson, B.J., Williams, K.A., Miller, D.P. & DeYoe, E.A. "FMRI signal amplitudes represent stimulus contrast in human visual areas V1, V2, and ventral occipital cortex." Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 22(2): 642, 1996.
  • DeYoe, E.A., Schmit, P., Kummer, J. & Neitz, J. "Distinguishing cortical areas involved in visual processing versus task control using FMRI." Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 22(2): 1198, 1996.
  • Biswal, B.B., DeYoe, E.A., Anderson, B.J., Beauchamp, M.S. & Hyde, J.S. "Functional connectivity in the human visual cortex using FMRI." Society for Magnetic Resonance 1: 291, 1996.
  • Beauchamp, M.S. & DeYoe, E.A. "FMRI of human parietal and occipital areas for processing visual motion and their graded modulation by spatial and featural attention." Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 22: 1198, 1996.
  • Beauchamp, M.S. & DeYoe, E.A. Brain areas for processing motion and their modulation by selective attention. NeuroImage, Boston, MA, USA, 1996.
  • Anderson, B.J., Peters, M.R. & DeYoe, E.A. "FMRI amplitude in V1 and Extrastriate cortex reflects perceived visual contrast." Neuroimage 3(3): S294, 1996.
  • Beauchamp, M.S. & DeYoe, E.A. FMRI reveals feature-specific attentional modulation of area MT, V3/V3a and parietal visual areas. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 21:1760, 1995.
  • DeYoe, E.A., Schmit, P.W., & Neitz, J. Distinguishing cortical areas that are sensitive to task and stimulus variables with FMRI. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 21:1760, 1995.
  • Peters, M.R., Anderson, B.J., & DeYoe, E.A. Comparison of visual contrast-response functions using magnitude estimation psychophysics and functional magnetic resonance imaging. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 21:905, 1995.
  • Biswal, B., DeYoe, E.A., Yetkin, F.Z., Haughton, V.M., Rao, S., & Hyde, J.S. Temporal correlation of FMRI signals may reveal brain connectivity. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 21:905, 1995.
  • Kummer, J.B., Schmit, P.W., Neitz, J. & DeYoe, E.A. Measures of cortical sensitivity based on functional magnetic resonance imaging data. Proceedings of the Society of Magnetic Resonance and the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 3: 1355, 1995.
  • Beauchamp, M.S. & DeYoe, E.A. FMRI of human visual cortex: Selective activation by motion-defined figures. Proceedings of the Society of Magnetic Resonance and the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 2: 853, 1995.
  • Biswal, B., DeYoe, E.A. & Hyde, J.S.. Processing strategies for estimating multiple FMRI response components without any a priori information. Proceedings of the Society of Magnetic Resonance and the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 2: 817, 1995.
  • Cox, R.W., Binder, J.R., DeYoe, E.A. & Rao, S.M. Analysis of inter-trial and inter-subject repeatability in whole brain functional magnetic resonance imaging. Proceedings of the Society of Magnetic Resonance and the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 2: 833, 1995.
  • Saad, Z.S., Carman, G.J. & DeYoe, E.A. Temporal variation of FMR Signals. Proceedings of the Society of Magnetic Resonance and the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 2: 813, 1995.
  • DeYoe, E.A., Neitz, J., Carman, G., Miller, D., Schmit, P., Glickman, S., & Wieser, J. Topographic mapping of striate and extrastriate visual areas in human cerebral cortex using an active visual task. Human Brain Mapping Suppl 1: 27, 1995.
  • Schmit, P., Neitz, J., Miller, D. & DeYoe, E.A. Differences in cortical activation during active versus passive viewing: A fMRI Study. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. (Suppl) 36(4), S374, 1995.
  • DeYoe EA, J Neitz, D Miller and P Winans: Mapping multiple visual areas in human cerebral cortex using an active visual task. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl), S612, 1995.
  • Schmit, P, J Neitz, D Miller, EA DeYoe: Differences in cortical activation during active versus passive viewing: A fMRI Study." Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl) 36:S374, 1995.
  • DeYoe EA, J Neitz, G Carman, D Miller, P Schmit, S Glickman and J Wieser: Topographic mapping of striate and extrastriate visual areas in human cerebral cortex using an active visual task. Human Brain Mapping Suppl 1:27, 1995.
  • Saad ZS, GJ Carman and EA DeYoe: Temporal variation of FMR Signals. Proc Soc Magnetic Resonance and the European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology, 2:813, 1995.
  • DeYoe EA, J Neitz, D Miller and P Winans: Mapping multiple visual areas in human cerebral cortex. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl) 35:1813, 1994.
  • DeYoe EA, D Miller, P Winans and J Neitz: Toward the delineation of human visual area boundaries with functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI). Soc Neurosci Abstr 20:840, 1994.
  • Miller DL, EA DeYoe, J Neitz and PA Bandettini, JS Hyde: Mapping of the human visual cortex utilizing functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI). Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci (Suppl) 34:813, 1993.
  • DeYoe EA, J Neitz, D Miller and J Wieser: Functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI) of visual cortex in human subjects using a unique video graphics stimulator. Soc Neuroscience Abstr 19:424, 1993.
  • Bandettini PA, EC Wong, EA DeYoe, JR Binder, SM Rao, D Birzer, LD Estkowski, A Jesmanowicz, RS Hinks and JS Hyde: The functional dynamics of blood oxygen level dependent contrast in the motor cortex. Proc Soc Magnetic Resonance in Med p.1382, 1993.
  • DeYoe EA, S Glickman and J Wieser: Clustering of visual response properties in cortical area V4 of macaque monkeys. Soc Neurosci Abstr 18:592, 1992.
  • Trusk TC, M Wong-Riley and EA DeYoe: Changes in cytochrome oxidase and neuronal activity in V1 induced by monocular TTX blockade in macaque monkeys. Soc Neurosci Abstr 18: 298, 1992.
  • DeYoe EA, J Neitz, PA Bandettini, EC Wong and JS Hyde: Time course of event-related MR signal enhancement in visual and motor cortex. Soc Magnetic Resonance in Med Works in Progress, Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 11th Ann. Sci. Mtg., Berlin, Germany, 1824, 1992.
  • Jesmanowicz A, EC Wong, EA DeYoe and JS Hyde: Method to correct anatomic distortion in echo planar images. Soc Magnetic Resonance in Med Works in Progress, Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 11th Ann. Sci. Mtg., Berlin, Germany, p. 4260, 1992..
  • DeYoe EA and LC Sisola: Distinct pathways link anatomical subdivisions of V4 with V2 and Temporal Cortex in the macaque monkey. Soc Neurosci Abstr 17:1282, 1991.
  • Olavarria J, EA DeYoe and DC Van Essen: Pattern of cytochrome oxidase staining in the unfolded and flattened V2 of the macaque monkey. Invest Ophthalmol and Vis Sci (suppl.) 30:298, 1989.
  • DeYoe EA, DC Van Essen and SJ Hockfield: Molecular specificity of the M stream in striate and extrastriate cortex of macaque monkey revealed by Cat-301 immunoreactivity. Invest Ophthalmol and Vis Sci (suppl). 30:299, 1989.
  • Felleman DJ, EA DeYoe, JJ Knierim, J Olavarria and DC Van Essen: Compartmental organization of projections from V2 to extrastriate areas V3, V3A and V4+ in macaque monkeys. Invest Ophthalmol and Vis Sci (suppl.) 29:115, 1988.
  • DeYoe EA, DJ Felleman, JJ Knierim, J Olavarria and DC Van Essen: Heterogeneous subregions of macaque visual area V4 receive selective projections from V2 thin-stripe and interstripe subregions. Invest Ophthalmol and Vis Sci (suppl.) 29:115, 1988.
  • Olavarria J, EA DeYoe, J Knierim and DC Van Essen: Neural responses to texture patterns in macaque visual area MT. Soc Neurosci Abstr 14:457, 1988.
  • DeYoe EA, J Knierim, D Sagi, B Julesz and D Van Essen: Single unit responses to static and dynamic texture patterns in macaque V2 and V1 cortex. Invest Ophthalmol and Vis Sci (suppl.) 27:18, 1986.
  • DeYoe EA, H Garren, S Hockfield and D Van Essen: CAT-301 antibody identifies distinct areas and subdivisions in macaque extrastriate cortex. Soc Neurosci Abstr 12:130, 1986.
  • DeYoe EA and DC Van Essen: Clustering of physiological properties in macaque V2 correlates with cytochrome oxidase and efferent cell stripes. Invest Ophthalmol and Visual Sci (suppl.) 26(3):9, 1985.
  • Felleman DJ, EA DeYoe and DC Van Essen: Two topographically organized visual areas in ventral extrastriate cortex of the macaque monkey. Soc Neurosci Abstr 11:1246, 1985.
  • DeYoe EA and DC Van Essen: Neurons projecting to MT and V4 from macaque V2 are segregated into discrete stripe-like patches. Soc Neurosci Abstr 10:943, 1984.
  • Doty RW, JR Bartlett and EA DeYoe: What elements signal the electrical excitation of striate cortex when it serves as a conditional stimulus (CS) for a conditioned reflex (CR)? Abstract for the XXVIII Intl Physiological Congress, Budapest, Hungary, 1980.
  • DeYoe EA, RW Doty and JR Bartlett: Thresholds at which macaques detect microstimulation of striate cortex. Exper Brain Res 41:A30, 1980.
  • DeYoe EA and JR Bartlett: Cat visual cortex lacks the luxotonic units found in monkey. Soc Neurosci Abstr 4:625, 1978.
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