Publications

Original Research Articles

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  1. Herman, J.P., Bogadhi, A.R., Krauzlis, R.J. (2015), Effects of spatial cues on color-change detection in humans. Journal of Vision 15(6):3, 1–16.
  2. Zenon, A. Krauzlis, R.J. (2014) Superior colliculus as a subcortical center for visual selection. Med Sci (Paris) 20(6-7):637-43. [Article in French]
  3. Krauzlis, R.J., Bollimunta, A., Arcizet, F., Wang, L., (2014) Attention as an effect not a cause. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Vol. 18, No. 9:457-464.
  4. Perrone, J.A., Krauzlis, R.J., (2014) Simulating component-to-pattern dynamic effects with a computer model of middle temporal pattern neurons. Journal of Vision, vol. 14 no. 1 article 19.
  5. Chukoskie, L., Snider, J., Mozer, M.C., Krauzlis, R.J., Sejnowski, T.J., (2013) Learning where to look for a hidden target. Proc Natl Acad Sci USAJun 18; 110 Suppl 2:10438-45.
  6. Carrasco, M., Eckstein, M., Krauzlis, R.J., Verghese, P., (2013), Attentional modulation: target selection, active search and cognitive processing. Vision Res., 85:1-4.
  7. Krauzlis, R.J., Lovejoy, L.P., Zenon, A., (2013) Superior colliculus and visual spatial attention. Annu Rev Neurosci Jul 8;36:165-82.
  8. Hafed, Z.M., Lovejoy, L.P., Krauzlis, R.J., (2013) Superior colliculus inactivation alters the relationship between covert visual attention and microsaccades. Eur J Neurosci. 37(7):1169-81.
  9. Eckstein,M.P., Mack, S.C., Liston, D.B., Bogush, L., Menzel, R., Krauzlis, R.J., (2013), Rethinking human visual attention: Spatial cueing effects and optimality of decisions by honeybees, monkeys and humans. Vision Res., 85:5-19.
  10. Krauzlis, R.J., Dill, N., and Fowler, G.A., (2012), Dissociation of pursuit target selection from saccade execution. Vision Res., 74:72-9.
    Zénon, A., and Krauzlis, R.J., (2012), Attention deficits without cortical neuronal deficits. Nature, 489(7416):434-7.
  11. Goffart, L., Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., (2012),Visual fixation as equilibrium: evidence from superior colliculus inactivation. J Neurosci., 32(31):10627-36.
  12. Nielsen, K.J., Callaway, E.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., (2012), Viral vector-based reversible neuronal inactivation and behavioral manipulation in the macaque monkey, Front. Sys. Neurosci., 6: 48.
  13. Hafed, Z., and Krauzlis, R.J., Similarity of superior colliculus involvement in microsaccade and saccade generation, J. Neurophysiol., in press.
  14. Hafed, Z., Lovejoy, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Modulation of microsaccades in monkey during a covert visual attention task, J. Neuroscience, 31: 15219-15230, 2011.
  15. Mahaffy, S., and Krauzlis, R.J., Inactivation and stimulation of the frontal pursuit area change pursuit metrics without affecting pursuit target selection, J. Neurophysiol., 106: 347-360, 2011.
  16. Nummela, S.U., and Krauzlis, R.J., Superior colliculus inactivation alters the weighted integration of visual stimuli, J. Neuroscience, 31: 8059-8066, 2011.
  17. Mahaffy, S., and Krauzlis, R.J., Neural activity in the frontal pursuit area does not underlie pursuit target selection, Vision Res., 51: 853-866, 2011.
  18. Nummela, S.U., and Krauzlis, R.J., Inactivation of primate superior colliculus biases target choice for smooth pursuit, saccades, and button press responses, J. Neurophysiol., 99: 1743-1757, 2010.
  19. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Microsaccadic suppression of visual bursts in the primate superior colliculus, J. Neuroscience, 30: 9542-9547, 2010.
  20. Lovejoy, L.P., and Krauzlis, R.J., Inactivation of the primate superior colliculus impairs covert selection of signals for perceptual judgments, Nature Neuroscience, 13: 261-266, 2010.
  21. Lovejoy, L.P., Fowler, G.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Spatial allocation of attention during smooth pursuit eye movements, Vision Res., 49: 1275-1285, 2009.
  22. Hafed, Z.M., Goffart, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., A neural mechanism for microsaccade generation in the primate superior colliculus, Science, 323: 940-943, 2009.
  23. Perrone, J.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Vector subtraction using visual and extraretinal motion signals: A new look at efference copy and corollary discharge theories, J. Vision, 8:24, 1-14, 2008.
  24. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Goal representations dominate superior colliculus activity during extrafoveal tracking, J. Neuroscience, 28: 9426-9439, 2008.
  25. Hafed, Z.M., Goffart, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Superior colliculus inactivation causes stable offsets in eye position during tracking, J. Neuroscience, 28: 8124-8137, 2008.
  26. Perrone, J.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Spatial integration by MT pattern Neurons: A closer look at pattern-to-component effects and the role of speed tuning, Journal of Vision, 8:1, 1-14, 2008.
  27. Nummela, S.U., Lovejoy, L.P., and Krauzlis, R.J., Saccade selection when reward probability is dynamically manipulated using Markov chains, Exp. Brain Res., 187: 321-330, 2008.
  28. Harwood, M.R., Madelain, L., Krauzlis, R.J., and Wallman, J., The spatial scale of attention strongly modulates saccade latencies, J. Neurophysiol., 99: 1743-1757, 2008.
  29. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Ongoing eye movements constrain visual perception, Nature Neuroscience, 9: 1449-1457, 2006.
  30. Madelain, L., Krauzlis, R.J., and Wallman, J., Spatial deployment of attention influences both saccadic and pursuit tracking, Vision Res., 45: 2685-2703, 2005.
  31. Liston, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Shared decision signal explains performance and timing of pursuit and saccadic eye movements, J. Vision, 5: 678-689, 2005.
  32. Carello, C.D. and Krauzlis, R.J., Manipulating intent: evidence for a causal role of the superior colliculus in target selection, Neuron, 43: 575-583, 2004.
  33. Krauzlis, R.J., Activity of rostral superior colliculus Neurons during passive and active viewing of motion, J. Neurophysiol., 92: 949-958, 2004.
  34. Liston, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Shared response preparation for pursuit and saccadic eye movements, J. Neuroscience, 23: 11305-11314, 2003.
  35. Stone, L.S., and Krauzlis, R.J., Shared motion signals for human perceptual decisions and oculomotor actions, J. Vision, 3: 725-736, 2003.
  36. Madelain, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Pursuit of the ineffable: perceptual and motor reversals during the tracking of apparent motion, J. Vision, 3: 642-653, 2003.
  37. Madelain, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Effects of learning on smooth pursuit during transient disappearance of a visual target, J. Neurophysiol., 90: 972-982, 2003.
  38. Krauzlis, R.J., Neuronal activity in the rostral superior colliculus related to the initiation of pursuit and saccadic eye movements, J. Neuroscience, 23: 4333-4344, 2003.
  39. Kornylo, K., Dill, N., Saenz, M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Canceling of pursuit and saccadic eye movements in humans and monkeys, J. Neurophysiol., 89: 2984-2999, 2003.
  40. Adler, S.A., Bala, J., and Krauzlis, R.J. Primacy of spatial information in guiding target selection for pursuit and saccades. J. Vision, 2: 627-644, 2002.
  41. Krauzlis, R.J., and Dill, N., Neural correlates of target choice for pursuit and saccades in the primate superior colliculus, Neuron, 35: 355-363, 2002.
  42. Krauzlis, R.J., Dill, N., and Kornylo, K., Activity in the primate rostral superior colliculus during the “gap effect” for pursuit and saccades, Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 956: 409-413, 2002.
  43. Krauzlis, R.J., Extraretinal inputs to Neurons in the rostral superior colliculus of the monkey during smooth-pursuit eye movements. J. Neurophysiol., 86: 2629-2633, 2001.
  44. Krauzlis, R.J. and Adler, S.A., Effects of directional expectations on motion perception and pursuit eye movements. Visual Neuroscience, 18: 365-376, 2001.
  45. Krauzlis, R.J., Population coding of movement dynamics by cerebellar Purkinje cells. NeuroReport, 11: 1045-1050, 2000.
  46. Basso, M.A., Krauzlis, R.J., and Wurtz, R.H., Activation and inactivation of rostral superior colliculus Neurons during smooth-pursuit eye movements in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol., 84: 892-908, 2000.
  47. Krauzlis, R.J., Basso, M.A., and Wurtz, R.H., Discharge properties of Neurons in the rostral superior colliculus of the monkey during smooth-pursuit eye movements. J. Neurophysiol., 84: 876-891, 2000.
  48. Krauzlis, R.J., Zivotofsky, A.Z., and Miles, F.A., Target selection for pursuit and saccadic eye movements in humans. J. Cog. Neurosci., 11: 641-649, 1999.
  49. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Role of the oculomotor vermis in generating pursuit and saccades: Effects of microstimulation. J. Neurophysiol. 80: 2046-2062, 1998.
  50. Krauzlis, R.J., Basso, M.A., and Wurtz, R.H., Shared motor error for multiple eye movements. Science, 276: 1693-1695, 1997.
  51. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Initiation of saccades during fixation or pursuit: Evidence in humans for a single mechanism. J. Neurophysiol., 76: 4175-4179, 1996.
  52. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Release of fixation for pursuit and saccades in humans: Evidence for shared inputs acting on different neural substrates. J. Neurophysiol., 76: 2822-2833, 1996.
  53. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Transitions between pursuit eye movements and fixation in the monkey: dependence on context. J. Neurophysiol., 76: 1622-1638, 1996.
  54. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Decreases in the latency of smooth pursuit and saccadic eye movements produced by the “gap paradigm” in the monkey. Vision Res., 36: 1973-1985, 1996.
  55. Busettini, C., Miles, F.A., and Krauzlis, R.J., Short latency disparity vergence responses and their dependence on a prior saccadic eye movement. J. Neurophysiol., 75: 1392-1410, 1996.
  56. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Directional organization of eye movement and visual signals in the floccular lobe of the monkey cerebellum. Exp. Brain Res., 109: 289-302, 1996.
  57. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., A model of visually-guided smooth pursuit eye movements based on behavioral observations. J. Comp. Neurosci. 1: 265-283, 1994.
  58. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Simple spike responses of gaze velocity Purkinje cells in the floccular lobe of the monkey during the onset and offset of pursuit eye movements. J. Neurophysiol., 72: 2045-2050, 1994.
  59. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Temporal properties of visual motion signals for the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 72:150-162, 1994.
  60. Goldreich, D., Krauzlis, R.J., and Lisberger, S.G., Effect of changing feedback delay on spontaneous oscillations in smooth pursuit eye movements of monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 67: 625-638, 1992.
  61. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., Visual motion commands for pursuit eye movements in the cerebellum. Science 253: 568-571, 1991.
  62. Movshon, J.A., Lisberger, S.G., and Krauzlis, R.J., Visual cortical signals supporting smooth pursuit eye movements. CSH Symp. Quant. Biol. 55: 707-716, 1990.
  63. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., A control systems model of smooth pursuit eye movements with realistic emergent properties. Neural Computation 1:116-122, 1989.

Reviews, Book Chapters, and Commentaries

  1. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye Movements. In: Fundamental Neuroscience, 4th Edition, L.R. Squire, ed., Elsevier, in press.
  2. Gegenfurtner, K., Bremmer, F., Fiehler, K., Henriques, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Recent advances in perception and action, Vision Research, 51: 801-803, 2011.
  3. Krauzlis, R.J., and Nummela, S.U., Attention points to the future. Nature Neuroscience, 14: 130-131, 2011.
  4. Gegenfurtner, K., Bremmer, F., Fiehler, K., Henriques, D., and Krauzlis, R.J., Vision Research special issue on “Perception and action”, Vision Research, 50: 2617, 2010.
  5. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye Movements: Physiological. In: Encyclopedia of Perception, E. Bruce Goldstein, ed., SAGE Publications, Inc., 2010.
  6. Hafed, Z.M., and Krauzlis, R.J., Interactions between perception and smooth pursuit eye movements. In: Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing: Neuronal, Behavioral and Computational Approaches, R. Born, D. Dong, M. Ibbotson, G. Masson and U. Ilg, eds., Springer Verlag, 2010.
  7. Hafed, Z.M., Goffart, L., and Krauzlis, R.J., Comment on “Tracking an Invisible Target Reveals Spatial Tuning of Neurons in the Rostral Superior Colliculus Is Not Dependent on Visual Stimuli”. J. Neuroscience, 29: 589-590, 2009.
  8. Krauzlis, R.J., and Chukoskie, L., Oculomotor control: Target selection for pursuit and saccades. In: The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, L.R. Squire, Editor-in-Chief, Academic Press, Oxford, 2009.
  9. Martinez-Conde, S., Krauzlis, R.J., Miller, J., Morrone, C., Williams, D., & Kowler, E., Eye movements and the perception of a clear and stable visual world. J. Vision, 8(14): i, 1, 2008.
  10. Krauzlis, R.J., and Lovejoy, L.P., Walk this way. Neuron, 60: 7-8, 2008.
  11. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye Movements. In: Fundamental Neuroscience, 3rd Edition, L.R. Squire, ed., Elsevier, pp. 775-792, 2008.
  12. Krauzlis, R.J., and Hafed, Z.M., Finding our way around the sensory-motor corner. Neuron, 54: 852-854, 2007.
  13. Krauzlis, R.J., Target selection, attention, and the superior colliculus. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30: 98-99, 2007.
  14. Krauzlis, R.J. The control of voluntary eye movements: New perspectives. The Neuroscientist, 11: 124-137, 2005.
  15. Krauzlis, R.J., Target selection and the superior colliculus: goals, choices and hypotheses, Vision Res, 44: 1445-1451, 2004.
  16. Krauzlis, R.J., Recasting the smooth pursuit eye movement system, J. Neurophysiol., 91: 591-603, 2004.
  17. Krauzlis, R.J., and Stone, L.S., Eye movement: tracking. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 3rd Edition, G. Adelman and B. Smith, ed., Elsevier, 2003.
  18. Krauzlis, R.J., and Carello, C.D., Going for the goal, Nature Neuroscience, 6: 332-333, 2003.
  19. Krauzlis, R.J. and Stone, L.S., Pursuit eye movements. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, Second Edition, M.A. Arbib, ed., MIT Press, pp. 929-934, 2002.
  20. Krauzlis, R.J., Reaching for answers, Neuron, 34: 673-674, 2002.
  21. Krauzlis, R.J., Eye movement: tracking. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2nd Edition, G. Adelman and B. Smith, ed., Elsevier, http://www.elsevier.com/locate/encneu, 1999.
  22. Krauzlis, R.J. and Stone, L.S. Tracking with the mind’s eye. Trends in Neurosciences, 22: 544-550, 1999.
  23. Krauzlis, R.J., Pursuit eye movements. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, M.A. Arbib, ed., MIT Press, pp. 775-779, 1995.
  24. Busettini, C., Krauzlis, R.J., and Miles, F.A. Short-latency vergence responses. In: Contemporary Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research: A Tribute to David A. Robinson, U. Buttner, T. Brandt, A. Fuchs, D. Zee, ed., Verlag, pp. 312-319, 1994.
  25. Krauzlis, R.J. and Lisberger, S.G., A model of eye velocity memory for pursuit. In: Contemporary Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research: A Tribute to David A. Robinson, U. Buttner, T. Brandt, A. Fuchs, D. Zee, ed., Verlag, pp. 418-420, 1994.
  26. Krauzlis, R.J. and Miles, F.A., Similar changes in the latency of pursuit and saccadic eye movements observed with the “gap paradigm”. In: Information Processing Underlying Gaze Control, J.M. Delgado-Garcia, ed., Oxford and New York, Pergamon Press, pp. 269-277, 1994.
  27. Krauzlis, R.J., The visual drive for smooth eye movements. In: Visual detection of motion, A.T. Smith and R.J. Snowden, ed., London, Academic Press, pp. 437-473, 1994.
Last Reviewed: 
June 2015