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Terrence R. Stanford, Ph.D.

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InstitutionWake Forest School of Medicine
DepartmentNeurobiology and Anatomy
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    F32EY006320     (STANFORD, TERRENCE R)Mar 28, 1991
    NIH/NEI
    ROLE OF SUPERIOR COLLICULUS IN SACCADE SPECIFICATION
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01EY012389     (STANFORD, TERRENCE R)Feb 1, 1999 - Jun 29, 2011
    NIH/NEI
    Diencephalic Mechanisms of Visuomotor Integration
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R21MH086946     (CONSTANTINIDIS, CHRISTOS)Sep 22, 2009 - May 31, 2012
    NIH/NIMH
    Neurophysiology of Prefrontal Cortical Development
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

    R33MH086946     (CONSTANTINIDIS, CHRISTOS)Sep 22, 2009 - May 31, 2014
    NIH/NIMH
    Neurophysiology of Prefrontal Cortical Development
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

    R01DA030750     (SALINAS, EMILIO)Sep 30, 2010 - Jun 30, 2014
    NIH/NIDA
    CRCNS:Investigating perceptual processing speed and its impact on choice behavior
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

    R01EY021228     (STANFORD, TERRENCE R)Feb 1, 2014 - Jan 31, 2018
    NIH/NEI
    Midbrain Mechanisms of Sensory-Guided Oculomotor Choice
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

    R13EY025449     (STANFORD, TERRENCE R)Apr 1, 2015 - Mar 31, 2016
    NIH/NEI
    2015 Eye Movements GRC/GRS
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01EY025172     (SALINAS, EMILIO)Dec 1, 2015 - Nov 30, 2019
    NIH/NEI
    CRCNS investigating perceptual processing speed and its impact on choice behavior
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

    R21MH120784     (SALINAS, EMILIO)Jul 24, 2019 - Apr 30, 2021
    NIH/NIMH
    A computational framework for attention during urgent choices
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator

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    1. Salinas E, Steinberg BR, Sussman LA, Fry SM, Hauser CK, Anderson DD, Stanford TR. Voluntary and involuntary contributions to perceptually guided saccadic choices resolved with millisecond precision. Elife. 2019 Jun 21; 8. PMID: 31225794.
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    2. Scerra VE, Costello MG, Salinas E, Stanford TR. All-or-None Context Dependence Delineates Limits of FEF Visual Target Selection. Curr Biol. 2019 Jan 21; 29(2):294-305.e3. PMID: 30639113.
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    3. Salinas E, Stanford TR. Saccadic inhibition interrupts ongoing oculomotor activity to enable the rapid deployment of alternate movement plans. Sci Rep. 2018 Sep 21; 8(1):14163. PMID: 30242249.
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    4. Seideman JA, Stanford TR, Salinas E. Saccade metrics reflect decision-making dynamics during urgent choices. Nat Commun. 2018 07 25; 9(1):2907. PMID: 30046066.
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    5. Hauser CK, Zhu D, Stanford TR, Salinas E. Motor selection dynamics in FEF explain the reaction time variance of saccades to single targets. Elife. 2018 04 13; 7. PMID: 29652247.
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    6. Salinas E, Seideman JA, Stanford TR. When the simplest voluntary decisions appear patently suboptimal. Behav Brain Sci. 2018 01; 41:e240. PMID: 30767836.
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    7. Zhou X, Zhu D, Qi XL, Li S, King SG, Salinas E, Stanford TR, Constantinidis C. Neural correlates of working memory development in adolescent primates. Nat Commun. 2016 11 09; 7:13423. PMID: 27827365.
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    8. Zhou X, Zhu D, King SG, Lees CJ, Bennett AJ, Salinas E, Stanford TR, Constantinidis C. Behavioral response inhibition and maturation of goal representation in prefrontal cortex after puberty. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 Mar 22; 113(12):3353-8. PMID: 26951656.
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    9. Costello MG, Zhu D, May PJ, Salinas E, Stanford TR. Task dependence of decision- and choice-related activity in monkey oculomotor thalamus. J Neurophysiol. 2016 Jan 01; 115(1):581-601. PMID: 26467516.
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    10. Stanford TR. Vision: a moving hill for spatial updating on the fly. Curr Biol. 2015 Feb 02; 25(3):R115-R117. PMID: 25649821.
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    11. Xu J, Yu L, Stanford TR, Rowland BA, Stein BE. What does a neuron learn from multisensory experience? J Neurophysiol. 2015 Feb 01; 113(3):883-9. PMID: 25392160.
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    12. Stein BE, Stanford TR, Rowland BA. Development of multisensory integration from the perspective of the individual neuron. Nat Rev Neurosci. 2014 Aug; 15(8):520-35. PMID: 25158358.
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    13. Salinas E, Scerra VE, Hauser CK, Costello MG, Stanford TR. Decoupling speed and accuracy in an urgent decision-making task reveals multiple contributions to their trade-off. Front Neurosci. 2014; 8:85. PMID: 24795559.
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    14. Zhou X, Zhu D, Katsuki F, Qi XL, Lees CJ, Bennett AJ, Salinas E, Stanford TR, Constantinidis C. Age-dependent changes in prefrontal intrinsic connectivity. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Mar 11; 111(10):3853-8. PMID: 24567390.
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    15. Xu J, Yu L, Rowland BA, Stanford TR, Stein BE. Noise-rearing disrupts the maturation of multisensory integration. Eur J Neurosci. 2014 Feb; 39(4):602-13. PMID: 24251451.
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    16. Costello MG, Zhu D, Salinas E, Stanford TR. Perceptual modulation of motor--but not visual--responses in the frontal eye field during an urgent-decision task. J Neurosci. 2013 Oct 09; 33(41):16394-408. PMID: 24107969.
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    17. Zhou X, Zhu D, Qi XL, Lees CJ, Bennett AJ, Salinas E, Stanford TR, Constantinidis C. Working memory performance and neural activity in prefrontal cortex of peripubertal monkeys. J Neurophysiol. 2013 Dec; 110(11):2648-60. PMID: 24047904.
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    18. Salinas E, Stanford TR. The countermanding task revisited: fast stimulus detection is a key determinant of psychophysical performance. J Neurosci. 2013 Mar 27; 33(13):5668-85. PMID: 23536081.
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    19. Qi XL, Meyer T, Stanford TR, Constantinidis C. Neural correlates of a decision variable before learning to perform a match/non-match task. J Neurosci. 2012 May 02; 32(18):6161-9. PMID: 22553022.
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    20. Xu J, Yu L, Rowland BA, Stanford TR, Stein BE. Incorporating cross-modal statistics in the development and maintenance of multisensory integration. J Neurosci. 2012 Feb 15; 32(7):2287-98. PMID: 22396404.
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    21. Pluta SR, Rowland BA, Stanford TR, Stein BE. Alterations to multisensory and unisensory integration by stimulus competition. J Neurophysiol. 2011 Dec; 106(6):3091-101. PMID: 21957224.
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    22. Shankar S, Massoglia DP, Zhu D, Costello MG, Stanford TR, Salinas E. Tracking the temporal evolution of a perceptual judgment using a compelled-response task. J Neurosci. 2011 Jun 08; 31(23):8406-21. PMID: 21653845.
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    23. Qi XL, Meyer T, Stanford TR, Constantinidis C. Changes in prefrontal neuronal activity after learning to perform a spatial working memory task. Cereb Cortex. 2011 Dec; 21(12):2722-32. PMID: 21527786.
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    24. Meyer T, Qi XL, Stanford TR, Constantinidis C. Stimulus selectivity in dorsal and ventral prefrontal cortex after training in working memory tasks. J Neurosci. 2011 Apr 27; 31(17):6266-76. PMID: 21525266.
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    25. Salinas E, Shankar S, Costello MG, Zhu D, Stanford TR. Waiting is the Hardest Part: Comparison of Two Computational Strategies for Performing a Compelled-Response Task. Front Comput Neurosci. 2010; 4:153. PMID: 21191474.
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    26. Hampson RE, Porrino LJ, Opris I, Stanford T, Deadwyler SA. Effects of cocaine rewards on neural representations of cognitive demand in nonhuman primates. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2011 Jan; 213(1):105-18. PMID: 20865250.
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    27. Opris I, Hampson RE, Stanford TR, Gerhardt GA, Deadwyler SA. Neural activity in frontal cortical cell layers: evidence for columnar sensorimotor processing. J Cogn Neurosci. 2011 Jun; 23(6):1507-21. PMID: 20695762.
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    28. Stanford TR, Salinas E. Clocking perceptual processing speed: From chance to 75% correct in less than 30 milliseconds. Commun Integr Biol. 2010 May; 3(3):287-9. PMID: 20714416.
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    29. Stein BE, Burr D, Constantinidis C, Laurienti PJ, Alex Meredith M, Perrault TJ, Ramachandran R, Röder B, Rowland BA, Sathian K, Schroeder CE, Shams L, Stanford TR, Wallace MT, Yu L, Lewkowicz DJ. Semantic confusion regarding the development of multisensory integration: a practical solution. Eur J Neurosci. 2010 May; 31(10):1713-20. PMID: 20584174.
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    30. Stanford TR, Shankar S, Massoglia DP, Costello MG, Salinas E. Perceptual decision making in less than 30 milliseconds. Nat Neurosci. 2010 Mar; 13(3):379-85. PMID: 20098418.
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    31. Stein BE, Perrault TJ, Stanford TR, Rowland BA. Postnatal experiences influence how the brain integrates information from different senses. Front Integr Neurosci. 2009; 3:21. PMID: 19838323.
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    32. Stein BE, Stanford TR, Ramachandran R, Perrault TJ, Rowland BA. Challenges in quantifying multisensory integration: alternative criteria, models, and inverse effectiveness. Exp Brain Res. 2009 Sep; 198(2-3):113-26. PMID: 19551377.
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    33. Alvarado JC, Stanford TR, Rowland BA, Vaughan JW, Stein BE. Multisensory integration in the superior colliculus requires synergy among corticocollicular inputs. J Neurosci. 2009 May 20; 29(20):6580-92. PMID: 19458228.
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    34. Stein BE, Stanford TR, Rowland BA. The neural basis of multisensory integration in the midbrain: its organization and maturation. Hear Res. 2009 Dec; 258(1-2):4-15. PMID: 19345256.
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    35. Procacci NM, Stanford TR, Wittenberg GF. The relationship between visual orienting and interlimb synchrony in a patient with a superior parietal infarction: a case study. Neurocase. 2009; 15(2):73-88. PMID: 19172431.
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    36. May PJ, McHaffie JG, Stanford TR, Jiang H, Costello MG, Coizet V, Hayes LM, Haber SN, Redgrave P. Tectonigral projections in the primate: a pathway for pre-attentive sensory input to midbrain dopaminergic neurons. Eur J Neurosci. 2009 Feb; 29(3):575-87. PMID: 19175405.
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    37. Alvarado JC, Rowland BA, Stanford TR, Stein BE. A neural network model of multisensory integration also accounts for unisensory integration in superior colliculus. Brain Res. 2008 Nov 25; 1242:13-23. PMID: 18486113.
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    38. Stein BE, Stanford TR. Multisensory integration: current issues from the perspective of the single neuron. Nat Rev Neurosci. 2008 Apr; 9(4):255-66. PMID: 18354398.
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    39. Alvarado JC, Stanford TR, Vaughan JW, Stein BE. Cortex mediates multisensory but not unisensory integration in superior colliculus. J Neurosci. 2007 Nov 21; 27(47):12775-86. PMID: 18032649.
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    40. Rowland BA, Quessy S, Stanford TR, Stein BE. Multisensory integration shortens physiological response latencies. J Neurosci. 2007 May 30; 27(22):5879-84. PMID: 17537958.
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    41. Stanford TR, Stein BE. Superadditivity in multisensory integration: putting the computation in context. Neuroreport. 2007 May 28; 18(8):787-92. PMID: 17471067.
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    42. Alvarado JC, Vaughan JW, Stanford TR, Stein BE. Multisensory versus unisensory integration: contrasting modes in the superior colliculus. J Neurophysiol. 2007 May; 97(5):3193-205. PMID: 17329632.
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    43. Rowland B, Stanford T, Stein B. A Bayesian model unifies multisensory spatial localization with the physiological properties of the superior colliculus. Exp Brain Res. 2007 Jun; 180(1):153-61. PMID: 17546470.
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    44. Rowland BA, Stanford TR, Stein BE. A model of the neural mechanisms underlying multisensory integration in the superior colliculus. Perception. 2007; 36(10):1431-43. PMID: 18265826.
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    45. McHaffie JG, Stanford TR, Stein BE, Coizet V, Redgrave P. Subcortical loops through the basal ganglia. Trends Neurosci. 2005 Aug; 28(8):401-7. PMID: 15982753.
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    46. Stanford TR, Quessy S, Stein BE. Evaluating the operations underlying multisensory integration in the cat superior colliculus. J Neurosci. 2005 Jul 13; 25(28):6499-508. PMID: 16014711.
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    47. Laurienti PJ, Perrault TJ, Stanford TR, Wallace MT, Stein BE. On the use of superadditivity as a metric for characterizing multisensory integration in functional neuroimaging studies. Exp Brain Res. 2005 Oct; 166(3-4):289-97. PMID: 15988597.
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    48. Hampson RE, Pons TP, Stanford TR, Deadwyler SA. Categorization in the monkey hippocampus: a possible mechanism for encoding information into memory. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2004 Mar 02; 101(9):3184-9. PMID: 14978264.
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    49. Wyder MT, Massoglia DP, Stanford TR. Contextual modulation of central thalamic delay-period activity: representation of visual and saccadic goals. J Neurophysiol. 2004 Jun; 91(6):2628-48. PMID: 14762161.
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    50. Wyder MT, Massoglia DP, Stanford TR. Quantitative assessment of the timing and tuning of visual-related, saccade-related, and delay period activity in primate central thalamus. J Neurophysiol. 2003 Sep; 90(3):2029-52. PMID: 12724361.
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    51. Stein BE, Wallace MW, Stanford TR, Jiang W. Cortex governs multisensory integration in the midbrain. Neuroscientist. 2002 Aug; 8(4):306-14. PMID: 12194499.
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