Dr. Craig Richter
Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI)
for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max Planck Society
60528 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: +49 69 96769 515
Mentors and Alumni: NeuroTree
In daily life we are confronted by an overwhelming array of visual information. From this wealth of information, we must constantly select relevant aspects through appropriate deployment of our selective attention. Attentional deployment is subserved by interactions among executive and visual brain areas. I study how these interactions change dynamically when attention shifts.
Bressler, S.L., and Richter, C.G. (2009) Large-scale cortical network coordination: a proposal for the neural substrate of expectancy. New Mathematics and Natural Computation 5(1), 1-13.
Bressler, S.L., Richter, C.G., Chen, Y.H., and Ding, M. (2007) Cortical functional network organization from autoregressive modeling of local field potential oscillations. Statistics in Medicine 26, 3875-3885.
Bressler, S.L., Richter, C.G., Chen, Y., and Ding, M. (2006) Top-down cortical influences in visual expectation. IEEE Proceedings of the 2006 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks 1-10, 384-390.