Nicholas L Port
Nicholas L Port
Assistant Professor, School of Optometry, Indiana University
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TitleCited byYear
Variability and correlated noise in the discharge of neurons in motor and parietal areas of the primate cortex
D Lee, NL Port, W Kruse, AP Georgopoulos
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (3), 1161-1170, 1998
3151998
Manual interception of moving targets I. Performance and movement initiation
NL Port, D Lee, P Dassonville, AP Georgopoulos
Experimental Brain Research 116 (3), 406-420, 1997
1371997
Sequential activity of simultaneously recorded neurons in the superior colliculus during curved saccades
NL Port, RH Wurtz
Journal of Neurophysiology 90 (3), 1887-1903, 2003
1302003
Manual interception of moving targets II. On-line control of overlapping submovements
D Lee, NL Port, AP Georgopoulos
Experimental Brain Research 116 (3), 421-433, 1997
1171997
Guiding contact by coupling the taus of gaps
DN Lee, AP Georgopoulos, MJ Clark, CM Craig, N Port
Experimental Brain Research 139 (2), 151-159, 2001
962001
Control of remembered reaching sequences in monkey. II. Storage and preparation before movement in motor and premotor cortex.
PNL Kettner RE, Marcario JK
Exp Brain Res 112 (3), 347058, 1996
84*1996
Effect of contact lens wear and a near task on tear film break-up
ME Jansen, CG Begley, NH Himebaugh, NL Port
Optometry and Vision Science 87 (5), 350-357, 2010
662010
A neural network model of cortical activity during reaching
R Kettner, J Marcario, N Port
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 5 (1), 14-33, 1993
521993
Motor cortical activity during interception of moving targets.
NL Port, W Kruse, D Lee, AP Georgopoulos
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 13 (3), 306-318, 2001
442001
Multielectrode evidence for spreading activity across the superior colliculus movement map
NL Port, MA Sommer, RH Wurtz
Journal of neurophysiology 84 (1), 344-357, 2000
322000
Target selection and saccade generation in monkey superior colliculus
NL Port, RH Wurtz
Experimental brain research 192 (3), 465-477, 2009
302009
Neural population coding: Multielectrode recordings in primate cerebral cortex
D Lee
Neural ensembles: strategies for recording and decoding, 117-136, 1998
271998
Neuronal Clusters in the Primate Motor Cortex during Interceptin of Moving Targets.
D Lee, NL Port, W Kruse, AP Georgopoulos
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 13 (3), 319-331, 2001
232001
Immediate removal from activity after sport-related concussion is associated with shorter clinical recovery and less severe symptoms in collegiate student-athletes
BM Asken, RM Bauer, KM Guskiewicz, MA McCrea, JD Schmidt, CC Giza, ...
The American journal of sports medicine 46 (6), 1465-1474, 2018
182018
Intercepting real and path-guided apparent motion targets
NL Port, G Pellizzer, AP Georgopoulos
Experimental brain research 110 (2), 298-307, 1996
141996
Micro and regular saccades across the lifespan during a visual search of “Where’s Waldo” puzzles
NL Port, J Trimberger, S Hitzeman, B Redick, S Beckerman
Vision research 118, 144-157, 2016
122016
The effects of increasing ocular surface stimulation on blinking and tear secretion
Z Wu, CG Begley, N Port, A Bradley, R Braun, E King-Smith
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 56 (8), 4211-4220, 2015
112015
The inflow of sensory information for the control of standing is graded and bidirectional
B Tahayori, NL Port, DM Koceja
Experimental brain research 218 (1), 111-118, 2012
102012
Influences of mental illness, current psychological state, and concussion history on baseline concussion assessment performance
ML Weber, JHL Dean, NL Hoffman, SP Broglio, M McCrea, TW McAllister, ...
The American journal of sports medicine 46 (7), 1742-1751, 2018
52018
Age at first concussion influences the number of subsequent concussions
JD Schmidt, K Rizzone, NL Hoffman, ML Weber, C Jones, J Bazarian, ...
Pediatric neurology 81, 19-24, 2018
32018
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