Jay Edelman
Department of Biology
J526, Marshak Science Building
The City College of New York
138th St. and Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
office: 212-650-8461
lab: 212-650-8537
fax: 212-650-8585
jedelman at
Biology Department
Science Division


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Kelly S.P., Foxe J.J., Newman G.,and Edelman, J.A. (2010) Prepare for conflict: EEG correlates of the anticipation of target competition during overt and covert shifts of visual attention.  Eur. J. of Neuroscience 31(9): 1690-1700

Bibi R., Edelman J.A.  (2009) The effect of motor training on human express saccade production. J. of Neurophysiology 102:3101-3110

Edelman, J.A. and Xu K.Z.  (2009)  Disruption of voluntary saccade commands by abruptly appearing visual stimuli.   J. of Neurophysiology 101:1222-1234

Phillips M.H., Edelman J.A. (2008) The dependence of visual scanning performance on search direction and difficulty. Vision Research 48:2184-92

Phillips M.H., Edelman J.A. (2008) The dependence of visual scanning performance on saccade, fixation, and perceptual metrics. Vision Research 48:926-936

Barton JJS, Radcliffe N, Cherkasova MV, Edelman J.A. (2007) Scan patterns during the processing of facial identity in prosopagnosia. Exp Brain Res Vol. 181(2): 199-211

Edelman J.A., Kristjansson A., Nakayama K. (2007) The influence of object-relative visuomotor set on express saccades. J. of Vision Vol. 7(6):12, 1-13

Manoach D.S., Thakkar K.N., Cain M.S., Polli F.E., Edelman JA, Barton, J.J.S. (2007) Neural activity is modulated by trial history: An fMRI study of the effects of a prior antisaccade. J. of Neuroscience Vol. 27: 1791-8

Edelman J.A., Valenzuela N., Barton J.J.S. (2006) Antisaccade velocity, but not latency, results from a lack of saccade visual guidance. Vision Research Vol. 46, 1411-21

Barton J.J.S, Radcliffe N, Cherkasova M.V, Edelman JA, Intriligator JM. (2006) Information processing during face recognition: the effects of familiarity, inversion and morphing on scanning fixations. Perception Vol. 35: 1089-1105

Barton J.J.S., Greenzang C., Hefter R., Edelman J., Manoach D.S. (2006) Switching, plasticity and prediction in a saccadic task-switch paradigm. Exp Brain Res Vol. 168:76-87

Edelman, J.A. and Goldberg, M.E. (2003) Saccade-related activity in the primate superior colliculus depends on the presence of local landmarks at saccade endpoint. J. of Neurophysiology Vol. 90, 1728-36.

Edelman, J.A. and Goldberg, M.E. (2002) Effect of short-term saccade adaptation on saccades elicited by electrical stimulation in the intermediate layers of superior colliculus. J. of Neurophysiology Vol. 87, 1915-23.

Edelman, J.A. and Goldberg, M.E. (2001) Dependence of saccade-related discharge in superior colliculus on visual target presence. J. of Neurophysiology, Vol. 86, 676-691.

Edelman, J.A., Gottlieb, J., and Goldberg, M.E. (1999) Spatial programming and the representation of salience. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 24, 682-3.

Edelman, J.A. and Keller, E.L. (1998) Dependency of motor-related activity on target configuration in the primate superior colliculus. J. of Neurophysiology., Vol. 80, 1407-1426.

Edelman, J.A. and Keller, E.L. (1996) Activity of visuomotor burst neurons in the superior colliculus accompanying express saccades. J. of Neurophysiology, Vol. 76, 908-926

Arai, K., Keller, E.L., and Edelman, J.A. (1994) Two-dimensional neural network model of the primate saccade system. Neural Networks, Vol. 7, 1115-1136

Keller, E.L. and Edelman, J.A. (1994) Use of interrupted saccade paradigm to study spatial and temporal dynamics of saccadic burst cells in superior colliculus in monkey. J.of Neurophysiology, Vol. 72, 2754-2770.

Edelman, J.A. and Freeman, W.J. (1990) “Simulation and analysis of a model of mitral-granule cell population interactions in the mammalian olfactory bulb.” Proceedings of the International Joint Conf. on Neural Networks , I -62--I-65.

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