Gergo Orban
Gergo Orban
Head, Computational Systems Neuroscience Lab, MTA Wigner Research Centre, Budaepst, Hungary
Verified email at cam.ac.uk - Homepage
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Statistically optimal perception and learning: from behavior to neural representations
J Fiser, P Berkes, G Orbán, M Lengyel
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (3), 119-130, 2010
6232010
Spontaneous cortical activity reveals hallmarks of an optimal internal model of the environment
P Berkes, G Orbán, M Lengyel, J Fiser
Science 331 (6013), 83-87, 2011
5982011
Bayesian learning of visual chunks by human observers
G Orbán, J Fiser, RN Aslin, M Lengyel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (7), 2745-2750, 2008
2502008
Neural Variability and Sampling-Based Probabilistic Representations in the Visual Cortex
G Orbán, P Berkes, J Fiser, M Lengyel
Neuron 92 (2), 530-543, 2016
1412016
Representations of uncertainty in sensorimotor control
G Orbán, DM Wolpert
Current opinion in neurobiology 21 (4), 629-635, 2011
722011
Modulation of septo-hippocampal θ activity by GABAA receptors: an experimental and computational approach
M Hajós, WE Hoffmann, G Orbán, T Kiss, P Erdi
Neuroscience 126 (3), 599-610, 2004
652004
Intrinsic and synaptic mechanisms determining the timing of neuron population activity during hippocampal theta oscillation
G Orban, T Kiss, P Érdi
Journal of Neurophysiology 96 (6), 2889-2904, 2006
482006
Cognitive tomography reveals complex, task-independent mental representations
NMT Houlsby, F Huszár, MM Ghassemi, G Orbán, DM Wolpert, M Lengyel
Current Biology 23 (21), 2169-2175, 2013
422013
Episodic memory as a prerequisite for online updates of model structure
D Nagy, G Orban
392016
Hippocampal rhythm generation: gamma-related theta-frequency resonance in CA3 interneurons
G Orbán, T Kiss, M Lengyel, P Érdi
Biological Cybernetics 84 (2), 123-132, 2001
332001
Theta oscillation‐coupled dendritic spiking integrates inputs on a long time scale
Z Huhn, G Orbán, P Érdi, M Lengyel
Hippocampus 15 (7), 950-962, 2005
302005
Measuring and filtering reactive inhibition is essential for assessing serial decision making and learning.
B Török, K Janacsek, DG Nagy, G Orbán, D Nemeth
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (4), 529, 2017
252017
Pharmacological and computational analysis of alpha-subunit preferential GABAA positive allosteric modulators on the rat septo-hippocampal activity
B Ujfalussy, T Kiss, G Orbán, WE Hoffmann, P Érdi, M Hajós
Neuropharmacology 52 (3), 733-743, 2007
242007
Intrahippocampal gamma and theta rhythm generation in a network model of inhibitory interneurons
T Kiss, G Orbán, M Lengyel, P Érdi
Neurocomputing 38, 713-719, 2001
142001
Stimulus complexity shapes response correlations in primary visual cortex
M Bányai, A Lazar, L Klein, J Klon-Lipok, M Stippinger, W Singer, G Orbán
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201816766, 2019
122019
Bayesian model learning in human visual perception
G Orbán, J Fiser, RN Aslin, M Lengyel
Advances in neural information processing systems, 1043-1050, 2006
122006
Modeling hippocampal theta oscillation: Applications in neuropharmacology and robot navigation
T Kiss, G Orbán, P Érdi
International journal of intelligent systems 21 (9), 903-917, 2006
102006
How (not) to assess the importance of correlations for the matching of spontaneous and evoked activity
J Fiser, M Lengyel, C Savin, G Orbán, P Berkes
arXiv preprint arXiv:1301.6554, 2013
92013
Matching spontaneous and evoked activity in V1: a hallmark of probabilistic inference
P Berkes, G Orbán, M Lengyel, J Fiser
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. Conference Abstract: Computational and …, 2009
82009
Grand Challenges for Global Brain Sciences
JT Vogelstein, K Amunts, A Andreou, D Angelaki, G Ascoli, C Bargmann, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1608.06548, 2016
72016
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