Jan Kaminski
Jan Kaminski
Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei nencki.edu.pl
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Beta band oscillations engagement in human alertness process
J Kamiński, A Brzezicka, M Gola, A Wróbel
International Journal of Psychophysiology 85 (1), 125-128, 2012
Persistently active neurons in human medial frontal and medial temporal lobe support working memory
J Kamiński, S Sullivan, JM Chung, IB Ross, AN Mamelak, U Rutishauser
Nature neuroscience 20 (4), 590-601, 2017
Short-term memory capacity (7±2) predicted by theta to gamma cycle length ratio
J Kamiński, A Brzezicka, A Wróbel
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 95 (1), 19-23, 2011
Two streams of attention-dependent β activity in the striate recipient zone of cat's lateral posterior–pulvinar complex
A Wróbel, A Ghazaryan, M Bekisz, W Bogdan, J Kamiński
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (9), 2230-2240, 2007
Beta band oscillations as a correlate of alertness—Changes in aging
M Gola, J Kamiński, A Brzezicka, A Wróbel
International Journal of Psychophysiology 85 (1), 62-67, 2012
Information Transfer During a Transitive Reasoning Task
A Brzezicka, M Kamiński, J Kamiński, K Blinowska
Brain topography, 1-8, 2011
Application of directed transfer function and network formalism for the assessment of functional connectivity in working memory task
KJ Blinowska, M Kamiński, A Brzezicka, J Kamiński
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2013
Novelty-sensitive dopaminergic neurons in the human substantia nigra predict success of declarative memory formation
J Kamiński, AN Mamelak, K Birch, CP Mosher, M Tagliati, U Rutishauser
Current Biology 28 (9), 1333-1343. e4, 2018
Frontal EEG alpha band asymmetry as a predictor of reasoning deficiency in depressed people
A Brzezicka, J Kamiński, OK Kamińska, D Wołyńczyk-Gmaj, G Sedek
Cognition and emotion 31 (5), 868-878, 2017
Between persistently active and activity‐silent frameworks: novel vistas on the cellular basis of working memory
J Kamiński, U Rutishauser
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1464 (1), 64, 2020
High prevalence of undiagnosed insulin resistance in non-diabetic subjects with Parkinson’s disease
E Hogg, K Athreya, C Basile, EE Tan, J Kaminski, M Tagliati
Journal of Parkinson's disease 8 (2), 259-265, 2018
Combined phase-rate coding by persistently active neurons as a mechanism for maintaining multiple items in working memory in humans
J Kamiński, A Brzezicka, AN Mamelak, U Rutishauser
Neuron 106 (2), 256-264. e3, 2020
Working memory load-related theta power decreases in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex predict individual differences in performance
A Brzezicka, J Kamiński, CM Reed, JM Chung, AN Mamelak, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 31 (9), 1290-1307, 2019
Cellular classes in the human brain revealed in vivo by heartbeat-related modulation of the extracellular action potential waveform
CP Mosher, Y Wei, J Kamiński, A Nandi, AN Mamelak, CA Anastassiou, ...
Cell reports 30 (10), 3536-3551. e6, 2020
Measures of coupling between neural populations based on Granger causality principle
M Kaminski, A Brzezicka, J Kaminski, KJ Blinowska
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 10, 114, 2016
Alertness opens the effective flow of sensory information through rat thalamic posterior nucleus
A Sobolewski, E Kublik, DA Swiejkowski, J Kamiński, A Wróbel
European Journal of Neuroscience 41 (10), 1321-1331, 2015
Local resource depletion hypothesis as a mechanism for action selection in the brain
A Brzezicka, J Kaminski, A Wróbel
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (6), 682, 2013
Coupling between brain structures during visual and auditory working memory tasks
M Kaminski, A Brzezicka, J Kaminski, KJ Blinowska
International journal of neural systems 29 (03), 1850046, 2019
Automatic detection of periods of slow wave sleep based on intracranial depth electrode recordings
CM Reed, KG Birch, J Kamiński, S Sullivan, JM Chung, AN Mamelak, ...
Journal of neuroscience methods 282, 1-8, 2017
Intermediate-term memory as a bridge between working and long-term memory
J Kamiński
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (20), 5045-5047, 2017
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