Steven M. Chase, Ph.D.
Steven M. Chase, Ph.D.
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Neural constraints on learning
PT Sadtler, KM Quick, MD Golub, SM Chase, SI Ryu, EC Tyler-Kabara, ...
Nature 512 (7515), 423-426, 2014
Functional network reorganization during learning in a brain-computer interface paradigm
B Jarosiewicz, SM Chase, GW Fraser, M Velliste, RE Kass, AB Schwartz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (49), 19486-19491, 2008
First-spike latency information in single neurons increases when referenced to population onset
SM Chase, ED Young
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (12), 5175-5180, 2007
Control of a brain–computer interface without spike sorting
GW Fraser, SM Chase, A Whitford, AB Schwartz
Journal of neural engineering 6 (5), 055004, 2009
Comparison of brain–computer interface decoding algorithms in open-loop and closed-loop control
S Koyama, SM Chase, AS Whitford, M Velliste, AB Schwartz, RE Kass
Journal of computational neuroscience 29 (1), 73-87, 2010
Bias, optimal linear estimation, and the differences between open-loop simulation and closed-loop performance of spiking-based brain–computer interface algorithms
SM Chase, AB Schwartz, RE Kass
Neural networks 22 (9), 1203-1213, 2009
Learning by neural reassociation
MD Golub, PT Sadtler, ER Oby, KM Quick, SI Ryu, EC Tyler-Kabara, ...
Nature neuroscience 21 (4), 607-616, 2018
A reward-modulated hebbian learning rule can explain experimentally observed network reorganization in a brain control task
R Legenstein, SM Chase, AB Schwartz, W Maass
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (25), 8400-8410, 2010
Behavioral and neural correlates of visuomotor adaptation observed through a brain-computer interface in primary motor cortex
SM Chase, RE Kass, AB Schwartz
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (2), 624-644, 2012
To sort or not to sort: the impact of spike-sorting on neural decoding performance
S Todorova, P Sadtler, A Batista, S Chase, V Ventura
Journal of neural engineering 11 (5), 056005, 2014
New neural activity patterns emerge with long-term learning
ER Oby, MD Golub, JA Hennig, AD Degenhart, EC Tyler-Kabara, BM Yu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (30), 15210-15215, 2019
Comprehensive chronic laminar single-unit, multi-unit, and local field potential recording performance with planar single shank electrode arrays
TDY Kozai, Z Du, ZV Gugel, MA Smith, SM Chase, LM Bodily, ...
Journal of neuroscience methods 242, 15-40, 2015
Limited segregation of different types of sound localization information among classes of units in the inferior colliculus
SM Chase, ED Young
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (33), 7575-7585, 2005
Brain–computer interfaces for dissecting cognitive processes underlying sensorimotor control
MD Golub, SM Chase, AP Batista, MY Byron
Current opinion in neurobiology 37, 53-58, 2016
Spike-timing codes enhance the representation of multiple simultaneous sound-localization cues in the inferior colliculus
SM Chase, ED Young
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (15), 3889-3898, 2006
Intracortical recording stability in human brain–computer interface users
JE Downey, N Schwed, SM Chase, AB Schwartz, JL Collinger
Journal of neural engineering 15 (4), 046016, 2018
Stabilization of a brain–computer interface via the alignment of low-dimensional spaces of neural activity
AD Degenhart, WE Bishop, ER Oby, EC Tyler-Kabara, SM Chase, ...
Nature biomedical engineering 4 (7), 672-685, 2020
Motor cortical control of movement speed with implications for brain-machine interface control
MD Golub, BM Yu, AB Schwartz, SM Chase
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (2), 411-429, 2014
Single-unit activity, threshold crossings, and local field potentials in motor cortex differentially encode reach kinematics
S Perel, PT Sadtler, ER Oby, SI Ryu, EC Tyler-Kabara, AP Batista, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (3), 1500-1512, 2015
Cues for sound localization are encoded in multiple aspects of spike trains in the inferior colliculus
SM Chase, ED Young
Journal of neurophysiology 99 (4), 1672-1682, 2008
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