[Google Scholar page for all publications by A.C. Huk]


Levi, A.J.*, Zhao, Y.*, Memming, I.M., & Huk, A.C. (pre-print/under review). Sensory and choice responses in MT distinct from motion encoding. bioRxiv. [pre-print] *co-1st-authors

Muthmann, J.-O., Levi, A.J., Carney, H.C., & Huk, A.C. (pre-print/under review). “Supersessioning”: A hardware/software system for electrophysiology spanning multiple sessions in marmosets. bioRxiv. [pre-print] [data&code]


* Miller, C.T., Gire, D., Hoke, K., Huk, A.C., Kelley, D. Leopold, D., Smear, M., Theunnisen, F., Yartsev, M., * Niell, C.M. (2022). Natural behavior is the language of the brain. Current Biology, 32(10): PR482-R493. [link] [pdf]

Whritner, J. A., Czuba, T. B., Cormack, L. K., & Huk, A. C. (2021). Spatiotemporal integration of isolated binocular three- dimensional motion cues. Journal of Vision, 21(10):2, 1–12, [link]

Latimer, K.W., & Huk, A.C. (2021). Superior colliculus activates new perspectives on decision-makingNature Neuroscience. [link] [original paper by Jun/Basso et al.]

Hart, E., & Huk, A.C. (2020). Recurrent circuit dynamics underlie persistent activity in the macaque frontoparietal network. eLife, 9:e52460. [link] [data] [base code]

Levi, A., & Huk, A.C. (2020). Interpreting temporal dynamics during sensory decision-making. Current Opinion in Physiology, 16, 27-32. [link]

Zhao, Y., Yates, J.L., Levi, A.J., Huk, A.C., Park, I.M. (2020). Stimulus-choice (mis)alignment in primate area MT. PLoS Computational Biology, 16 (5), e1007614. [link]

Yates, J.L., Katz, L.N., Levi, A. Pillow, J.W., & Huk, A.C. (2020). A simple linear readout of MT supports motion direction-discrimination performance. Journal of Neurophysiology, 123(20): 682-694. [link]

Bonnen, K.T., Czuba, T.B., Whritner, J., Kohn, A., Huk, A.C., & Cormack, L.K.  (2020). Binocular viewing geometry shapes the neural representation of the dynamic three-dimensional environment. Nature Neuroscience, 23: 113–121. [link] [code&data]

Zoltowski, D.M., Latimer, K.W., Yates, J.L., Huk, A.C., & Pillow, J.W. (2019). Discrete stepping and nonlinear ramping dynamics underlie spiking responses of LIP neurons during decision-makingNeuron, 102(6), 1249-1258. [link]

Joo, S.J., Greer, D.A., Cormack, L.K., & Huk, A.C. (2019). Eye-specific pattern motion signals support the perception of three-dimensional motion. Journal of Vision, 19, 27. doi:10.1167/19.4.27. [link] [pdf]

Huk, A.C. & Hart, E. (2019). Parsing signal and noise in the brain [Perspective]. Science, 364(6437), 236-237. [link] [pdf] [real paper]

Knöll, J., Pillow, J.W., & Huk, A.C. (2018). Lawful tracking of visual motion in humans, macaques, and marmosets in a naturalistic, continuous, and untrained behavioral context. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115 (44) E10486-E10494. [link] [pdf]

  • PNAS Commentary by Miriam Spering & Hiu Mei Chow [pdf]

Levi, A., Yates, J.L., Huk, A.C., & Katz, L.N. (2018). Strategic and dynamic temporal weighting for perceptual decisions in humans and macaques. eNeuro, 5(5), e0169-18.2018 1–15. [link] [pdf

Huk, A.C., Bonnen, K.T., He, B.J. (2018). Beyond trial-based paradigms: Continuous behavior, ongoing neural activity, and natural stimuli. Journal of Neuroscience,  [link]

Yates, J.L., Park, I.M., Katz, L.N., Pillow, J.P., & Huk, A.C. (2017). Functional dissection of signal and noise in MT and LIP during decision-making. Nature Neuroscience, 20, 1285–1292. [link]

Bonnen, K.T., Huk, A.C., & Cormack, L.K. (2017). Dynamic mechanisms of visually-guided 3D motion tracking, Journal of Neurophysiology, 118 (3), 1515-1531. [link]

Huk, A.C., Katz, L.N., Yates, J.L. (2017). The role of the lateral intraparietal area in (the study of) decision making. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 40: 349-372. [link]

Huk, A.C., Czuba, T.B., Knoell, J., & Cormack, L.K. (2017). Binocular mechanisms of 3D motion processing. Annual Review of Vision Science, 3: 297-318 [link]

Joo, S.J., Czuba, T.B., Cormack, L.K., & Huk, A.C. (2016). Separate perceptual and neural processing of velocity- and disparity-based 3D motion signals. Journal of Neuroscience, [link]

Greer, D.A., Bonnen, K.T., Huk, A.C., Cormack L.K. (2016). Speed discrimination in the far monocular periphery: A relative advantage for interocular comparisons consistent with self-motion. Journal of Vision, 16(10):7, 1-12. [link]

Katz, L.N.*, Yates, J.L.*, Pillow, J.W., & Huk, A.C. (2016). Dissociated functional significance of decision-related activity in the primate dorsal stream. Nature, 535: 285–288. [link] *co-1st-authors

    • Spotlight in Trends in Neurosciences, Bijan Pesaran & David Freedman: [link]
    • Spotlight in Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Sashank Pisupati, Lital Chartarifsky, & Anne K. Churchland: [link]
    • Faculty of 1000 (F1000Prime) entry by Daeyeol Lee: [link]
    • Research Highlight in Nature Reviews Neuroscience: [link

Joo, S.J., Katz, L.N., & Huk, A.C. (2016). Decision-related perturbations of decision-irrelevant eye movements. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113 (7): 1925-1930. [link]

Katz, L.N., Hennig, J., Cormack, L.K., & Huk, A.C. (2015). A distinct mechanism of temporal integration for motion through depth. Journal of Neuroscience, 35(28): 10212-10216. [link]

Latimer, K.W., Yates, J.L., Meister, M.L.R., Huk, A.C., & Pillow, J.W. (2015). Single-trial spike trains in parietal cortex reveal discrete steps during decision-making. Science, 349(6244): 184-187. [link]      [Response to Comment]    [Rebuttal to Reply to Response to Comment]

Goonetilleke, S.C., Katz L.N., Wood, D.K., Gu, C., Huk, A.C., & Corneil, B.D. (2015). Cross- species comparison of anticipatory and stimulus-driven neck muscle activity well before saccadic gaze shifts in humans and non human primates. Journal of Neurophysiology, 114(2): 902-913. [link]

Latimer, K.W., Huk, A.C., & Pillow, J. (2015). Bayesian inference for latent stepping and ramping models of spike train data. Chapter in Advanced State Space Methods for Neural and Clinical Data, Chen, Z, Ed., Cambridge University Press. [link]

Huk, A.C., Katz, L.N., & Yates, J.L. (2015). Accumulation of evidence in decision making. In Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience. Jaeger, D. & Jung, R., Eds., Springer. [link]

Huk, A.C., & Joo, S.J. (2015). Motion perception. In Brain Mapping: An Encyclopedic Reference. Toga, A.W., Mesulam, M.M., & Kastner, S., Eds., Elsevier Press. [link]

Czuba, T.B., Huk, A.C., Cormack, L.K. & Kohn, A. (2014). Area MT encodes three-dimensional motion. Journal of Neuroscience, 34(47):15522–15533. [pdf]

  • Research Highlight in Nature Reviews Neuroscience [link]
  • Also see a related paper in the same issue by Sanada & Deangelis [link]

Park, I.M., Meister, M.L.R., Huk, A.C., & Pillow, J. (2014). Encoding and decoding in parietal cortex during sensorimotor decision-makingNature Neuroscience, 17(10): 1395–1403.  [pdf]

Knudson, K., Yates, J., Huk, A., & Pillow, J. (2014). Inferring sparse representations of continuous signals with continuous orthogonal matching pursuit. In Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 27: 1215-1223. [pdf]

Meister, M.L.R., Hennig, J., & Huk, A.C. (2013). Signal multiplexing and single-neuron computations in macaque LIP during perceptual decision-making. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(6): 2254-2267. [pdf]

Huk, A.C., & Meister, M.L.R. (2012). Neural correlates and neural computations in posterior parietal cortex during perceptual decision-making. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 6:86. [pdf]

Huk, A.C. (2012). Multiplexing in the primate motion pathway. Vision Research, 62, 173-180. [pdf]

Czuba, T.B., Rokers, B., Huk, A.C., & Cormack, L.K. (2012). To CD or not to CD: Is there a motion aftereffect from changing disparities? Journal of Vision, 12(4):7, 1-3. [pdf]

Eastman, K.M. & Huk, A.C. (2012). PLDAPS: A hardware architecture and software toolbox for neurophysiology requiring complex visual stimuli and online behavioral control. Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, 6:1. doi: 10.3389/fninf.2012.00001 [pdf]

Czuba, T.B., Rokers, B., Guillet, K.R., Huk, A.C., & Cormack, L.K. (2011). 3D motion aftereffects reveal distinct direction-selective mechanisms for binocular processing of motion through depth. Journal of Vision, 11(10):18, 1-18. [pdf]

Rokers, B., Czuba, T.B., Cormack, L.K., & Huk, A.C. (2011). Seeing motion with two eyes in three dimensions. Journal of Vision, 11(2): 10. [pdf]

Czuba, T.B., Rokers, B., Huk, A.C., & Cormack, L.K. (2010). Speed and eccentricity tuning reveal a central role for the velocity-based cue to 3D motion. Journal of Neurophysiology, 104: 2886-2899. [pdf]

Winawer, J., Huk, A.C., & Boroditsky, L. (2010). A motion aftereffect from visual imagery of motion. Cognition, 114(2), 276-284. [pdf]

Rokers, B., Cormack, L.K., & Huk, A.C. (2009). Disparity- and velocity- based signals for 3D motion perception in human MT+. Nature Neuroscience, 12(8), 1050-1055. [pdf] [supplementary materials]

Ress, D., Thompson, J.K., Rokers, B., Khan, R., & Huk, A.C. (2009). A model for transient oxygen delivery in cerebral cortex. Frontiers in Neuroenergetics, 1:3. doi:10.3389/neuro.14.003.2009 [pdf] [online] [supplemental]

Wong, K-F., & Huk, A.C. (2008). Temporal dynamics underlying perceptual decision-making: Insights from the interplay between an attractor model and parietal neurophysiology. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2(2), 245-254. [pdf]

Kirson, D., Huk, A.C., & Cormack, L.K. (2008). Quantifying spatial uncertainty of visual area boundaries in neuroimaging data. Journal of Vision, 8(10):10, 1-15. [pdf]

Huk, A.C. (2008). Visual neuroscience: Retinotopy meets percept-otopy? Current Biology, 18, R1005-1007. [pdf]

Rokers, B., Cormack, L.K., & Huk, A.C. (2008). Strong percepts of motion through depth without strong percepts of position in depth. Journal of Vision, 8(4):6, 1-10. [pdf] [online]

Winawer, J., Huk, A.C., & Boroditsky, L. (2008). A motion aftereffect from still photographs depicting motion. Psychological Science, 19, 276-283. [pdf]

Wong, K-F., Huk, A.C., Shadlen, M.N., & Wang, X-J. (2007). Neural circuit dynamics underlying accumulation of time-varying evidence during perceptual decision-making. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 1:6. doi: 10.3389/neuro.10/006.2007 [pdf] [online]

Huk, A.C. & Shadlen, M.N. (2005). Neural activity in […] parietal cortex reflects temporal integration of visual motion signals during perceptual decision making. Journal of Neuroscience, 25, 10420-10436. [pdf]

Palmer, J., Huk, A.C., & Shadlen, M.N. (2005). The effect of stimulus strength on the speed and accuracy of a perceptual decision. Journal of Vision, 5, 376-404. [pdf]

Huk, A.C., Dougherty, R.F., & Heeger, D.J. (2002). Retinotopy and functional subdivision of human areas MT and MST. Journal of Neuroscience, 22, 7195-7205. [pdf]

Huk, A.C., & Heeger, D.J. (2002). Pattern-motion responses in human visual cortex. Nature Neuroscience, 5, 72-75. [pdf]

Huk, A.C., Ress, D., & Heeger, D.J. (2001). Neuronal basis of the motion aftereffect reconsidered. Neuron, 32, 161-172. [pdf]

Heeger, D.J., Gandhi, S.P., Huk, A.C., & Boynton, G.M. (2001). Neuronal correlates of attention in human visual cortex. In J. Braun, C. Koch, & J. Davis (Eds.), Visual Attention and Cortical Circuits, pp. 25-47. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [pdf]

Huk, A.C., & Heeger, D.J. (2000). Task-related modulation of visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology, 83, 3525-3536. [pdf]

Heeger, D.J., Huk, A.C., Geisler, W.S., & Albrecht, D.G. (2000). Spikes versus BOLD: What does neuroimaging tell us about neuronal activity? Nature Neuroscience, 3, 631-633. [pdf]

Wandell, B.A., Poirson, A.A., Baseler, H.A., Boynton, G.M., Huk, A.C., Gandhi, S.P., & Sharpe, L.T. (1999). Color signals in human motion-selective cortex. Neuron, 24, 901-909. [pdf]

Durgin, F.H., & Huk, A.C. (1997). Texture density aftereffects in the perception of artificial and natural textures. Vision Research, 37, 3273-3282. [pdf]