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Stephen D. Van Hooser
Stephen D. Van Hooser
Associate Professor of Biology, Brandeis University
Verified email at brandeis.edu - Homepage
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Firing rate homeostasis in visual cortex of freely behaving rodents
KB Hengen, ME Lambo, SD Van Hooser, DB Katz, GG Turrigiano
Neuron 80 (2), 335-342, 2013
2722013
The stabilized supralinear network: a unifying circuit motif underlying multi-input integration in sensory cortex
DB Rubin, SD Van Hooser, KD Miller
Neuron 85 (2), 402-417, 2015
2442015
Neuronal firing rate homeostasis is inhibited by sleep and promoted by wake
KB Hengen, AT Pacheco, JN McGregor, SD Van Hooser, GG Turrigiano
Cell 165 (1), 180-191, 2016
2322016
Experience with moving visual stimuli drives the early development of cortical direction selectivity
Y Li, SD Van Hooser, M Mazurek, LE White, D Fitzpatrick
Nature 456 (7224), 952-956, 2008
1952008
Orientation selectivity without orientation maps in visual cortex of a highly visual mammal
SD Van Hooser, JAF Heimel, S Chung, SB Nelson, LJ Toth
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (1), 19-28, 2005
1932005
Robust quantification of orientation selectivity and direction selectivity
M Mazurek, M Kager, SD Van Hooser
Frontiers in Neural Circuits 8 (92), 2014
1432014
Pathway-specific striatal substrates for habitual behavior
JK O’Hare, KK Ade, T Sukharnikova, SD Van Hooser, ML Palmeri, HH Yin, ...
Neuron 89 (3), 472-479, 2016
1322016
Similarity and diversity in visual cortex: is there a unifying theory of cortical computation?
SD Van Hooser
The Neuroscientist 13 (6), 639-656, 2007
1282007
Lack of patchy horizontal connectivity in primary visual cortex of a mammal without orientation maps
SD Van Hooser, JA Heimel, S Chung, SB Nelson
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (29), 7680-7692, 2006
812006
The squirrel as a rodent model of the human visual system
SD Van Hooser, SB Nelson
Visual neuroscience 23 (5), 765-778, 2006
762006
Laminar Organization of Response Properties in Primary Visual Cortex of the Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)
JA Heimel, SD Van Hooser, SB Nelson
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (5), 3538-3554, 2005
662005
The development of cortical circuits for motion discrimination
GB Smith, A Sederberg, YM Elyada, SD Van Hooser, M Kaschube, ...
Nature neuroscience 18 (2), 252-261, 2015
642015
Transformation of receptive field properties from lateral geniculate nucleus to superficial V1 in the tree shrew
SD Van Hooser, A Roy, HJ Rhodes, JH Culp, D Fitzpatrick
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (28), 11494-11505, 2013
622013
Autism-associated Shank3 is essential for homeostatic compensation in rodent V1
V Tatavarty, AT Pacheco, CG Kuhnle, H Lin, P Koundinya, NJ Miska, ...
Neuron 106 (5), 769-777. e4, 2020
552020
Receptive Field Properties and Laminar Organization of Lateral Geniculate Nucleus in the Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)
SD Van Hooser, JAF Heimel, SB Nelson
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (5), 3398-3418, 2003
552003
Initial neighborhood biases and the quality of motion stimulation jointly influence the rapid emergence of direction preference in visual cortex
SD Van Hooser, Y Li, M Christensson, GB Smith, LE White, D Fitzpatrick
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (21), 7258-7266, 2012
462012
Rem2 is an activity-dependent negative regulator of dendritic complexity in vivo
AE Ghiretti, AR Moore, RG Brenner, LF Chen, AE West, NC Lau, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (2), 392-407, 2014
442014
CaMKI-dependent regulation of sensory gene expression mediates experience-dependent plasticity in the operating range of a thermosensory neuron
VY Yanxun, HW Bell, DA Glauser, SD Van Hooser, MB Goodman, ...
Neuron 84 (5), 919-926, 2014
422014
Creation and reduction of a morphologically detailed model of a leech heart interneuron
AE Tobin, SD Van Hooser, RL Calabrese
Journal of neurophysiology 96 (4), 2107-2120, 2006
322006
Functional cell classes and functional architecture in the early visual system of a highly visual rodent
SD Van Hooser, JA Heimel, SB Nelson
Progress in brain research 149, 127-145, 2005
312005
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