Last updated: 17 Nov 2016
Journal Articles and Reviews/Techsights (indicated by *)

[16]    Dubey A and Ray S (2016). Spatial Spread of local field potential is band-pass in the primate visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology.  Oct 1; 116(4):1986-99

[15]    Shirhatti V, Borthakur A, and Ray S (2016). Effect of Reference Scheme on Power and Phase of the Local Field Potential. Neural Computation.  Vol 28, No. 5:882-913. doi:10.1162/NECO_a_00827.

[14*]    Subhash Chandran K S, Mishra A, Shirhatti V and Ray S (2016). Comparison of Matching Pursuit algorithm with other signal processing techniques for computation of the time-frequency power spectrum of brain signals. Journal of Neuroscience. March 23; 36(12): 3399-3408.

[13*]    Ray S (2015) Challenges in the quantification and interpretation of spike-LFP relationships. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. April 30; 31: 111-118.

[12*]    Ray S and Maunsell, JHR (2015). Do gamma oscillations play a role in cerebral cortex? Trends in Cognitive Sciences. Vol. 19(2): 78-85.

[11]    Srinath R and Ray S (2014) Effect of Amplitude Correlations on Coherence in the Local Field Potential. Journal of Neurophysiology. Aug 15; 112(4):741-51.

[10]    Ray S, Ni AM and Maunsell JHR (2013). Strength of Gamma Rhythm depends on Normalization. PLoS Biology. 11(2):e1001477.

[9]    Ni AM, Ray S and Maunsell JHR (2012) Tuned Normalization Explains the Size of Attention Modulations. Neuron. Feb 23; 73(4):803-813

[8]    Ray S and Maunsell JHR (2011) Network rhythms influence the relationship between spike-triggered local field potential and functional connectivity. J Neurosci. Aug 31; 31(35):12674-82

[7]    Ray S and Maunsell JHR (2011) Different origins of gamma rhythm and high-gamma activity in macaque visual cortex. PLoS Biology. Apr; 9(4):e1000610.

[6]    Ray S and Maunsell JHR (2010) Differences in gamma frequencies across visual cortex restrict their possible use in computation. Neuron. Sep 9; 67:885-896

[5]    Ray S, Crone NE, Niebur E, Franaszczuk PJ and Hsiao SS (2008) Neural correlates of high-gamma oscillations (60-200 Hz) in macaque local field potentials and their potential implications in electrocorticography. J Neurosci. Nov 5; 28(45):11526-36.

[4]    Ray S, Hsiao SS, Crone NE, Franaszczuk PJ and Niebur E (2008) Effect of stimulus intensity on the spike-local field potential relationship in the secondary somatosensory cortex. J Neurosci. Jul 16; 28(29): 7334-43

[3]    Ray S, Niebur E, Hsiao SS, Sinai A and Crone NE (2008) High-frequency gamma activity (80-150 Hz) is increased in human cortex during selective attention. Clin. Neurophysiol. Jan; 119(1):116-33.

[2]    Muniak MA, Ray S, Hsiao SS, Dammann JF, Bensmaia SJ (2007) The neural coding of stimulus intensity: linking the population response of mechanoreceptive afferents with psychophysical behavior.  J Neurosci. Oct 24; 27(43):11687-99.

[1]    Ray S, Jouny CC, Crone NE, Boatman D, Thakor NV, Franaszczuk PJ (2003) Human ECoG analysis during speech perception using matching pursuit: a comparison between stochastic and dyadic dictionaries. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 50:1371-1373.


Ray S
(2008) Linking Spikes with Neuronal Oscillations. ISBN-13: 978-3639097986. Publisher: VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K.

Book chapters

Crone NE, Korzeniewska A, Ray S, Franaszczuk PJ. Cortical Function Mapping with Intracranial EEG. In: Tong, S, Thakor, NV. (2009) Quantitative EEG Analysis Methods and Clinical Applications (Engineering in Medicine & Biology). ISBN-13: 978-1-59693-204-3. Publisher: Artech House, Inc.