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Jeffrey C. Erlich
Jeffrey C. Erlich
Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, UCL
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Distinct relationships of parietal and prefrontal cortices to evidence accumulation
TD Hanks, CD Kopec, BW Brunton, CA Duan, JC Erlich, CD Brody
Nature 520 (7546), 220-223, 2015
4252015
A cortical substrate for memory-guided orienting in the rat
JC Erlich, M Bialek, CD Brody
Neuron 72 (2), 330-343, 2011
2772011
Increased phospholipid breakdown in schizophrenia: evidence for the involvement of a calcium-independent phospholipase A2
BM Ross, C Hudson, J Erlich, JJ Warsh, SJ Kish
Archives of general psychiatry 54 (5), 487-494, 1997
2161997
Distinct effects of prefrontal and parietal cortex inactivations on an accumulation of evidence task in the rat
JC Erlich, BW Brunton, CA Duan, TD Hanks, CD Brody
Elife 4, e05457, 2015
1932015
Phospholipid‐Metabolizing Enzymes in Alzheimer's Disease: Increased Lysophospholipid Acyltransferase Activity and Decreased Phospholipase A2 Activity
BM Ross, A Moszczynska, J Erlich, SJ Kish
Journal of neurochemistry 70 (2), 786-793, 1998
1361998
Cortical and subcortical contributions to short-term memory for orienting movements
CD Kopec, JC Erlich, BW Brunton, K Deisseroth, CD Brody
Neuron 88 (2), 367-377, 2015
972015
Sources of noise during accumulation of evidence in unrestrained and voluntarily head-restrained rats
BB Scott, CM Constantinople, JC Erlich, DW Tank, CD Brody
Elife 4, e11308, 2015
772015
Requirement of prefrontal and midbrain regions for rapid executive control of behavior in the rat
CA Duan, JC Erlich, CD Brody
Neuron 86 (6), 1491-1503, 2015
712015
Decision-making behaviors: weighing ethology, complexity, and sensorimotor compatibility
AL Juavinett, JC Erlich, AK Churchland
Current opinion in neurobiology 49, 42-50, 2018
642018
More than just a “motor”: recent surprises from the frontal cortex
CL Ebbesen, MN Insanally, CD Kopec, M Murakami, A Saiki, JC Erlich
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (44), 9402-9413, 2018
572018
The role of the lateral amygdala in the retrieval and maintenance of fear-memories formed by repeated probabilistic reinforcement
JC Erlich, DEA Bush, JE LeDoux
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 6, 16, 2012
532012
Low activity of key phospholipid catabolic and anabolic enzymes in human substantia nigra: possible implications for Parkinson's disease
BM Ross, A Moszczynska, J Erlich, SJ Kish
Neuroscience 83 (3), 791-798, 1998
461998
Rat prefrontal cortex inactivations during decision making are explained by bistable attractor dynamics
AT Piet, JC Erlich, CD Kopec, CD Brody
Neural computation 29 (11), 2861-2886, 2017
292017
Collicular circuits for flexible sensorimotor routing
CA Duan, M Pagan, AT Piet, CD Kopec, A Akrami, AJ Riordan, JC Erlich, ...
Nature neuroscience 24 (8), 1110-1120, 2021
232021
The importance of accounting for movement when relating neuronal activity to sensory and cognitive processes
E Zagha, JC Erlich, S Lee, G Lur, DH O'Connor, NA Steinmetz, C Stringer, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (8), 1375-1382, 2022
192022
Minimal impairment in a rat model of duration discrimination following excitotoxic lesions of primary auditory and prefrontal cortices
S Pai, JC Erlich, C Kopec, CD Brody
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 5, 2011
182011
Neuromatch Academy: Teaching computational neuroscience with global accessibility
T van Viegen, A Akrami, K Bonnen, E DeWitt, A Hyafil, H Ledmyr, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 25 (7), 535-538, 2021
152021
Time preferences are reliable across time-horizons and verbal versus experiential tasks
E Lukinova, Y Wang, SF Lehrer, JC Erlich
Elife 8, e39656, 2019
112019
Recommendations for empowering early career researchers to improve research culture and practice
BA Kent, C Holman, E Amoako, A Antonietti, JM Azam, H Ballhausen, ...
PLoS Biology 20 (7), e3001680, 2022
10*2022
A community-led initiative for training in reproducible research
S Auer, NA Haeltermann, TL Weissgerber, JC Erlich, D Susilaradeya, ...
Elife 10, e64719, 2021
7*2021
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