The published peer-reviewed articles I have authored, fetched from PubMed.
Optimal decision making and matching are tied through diminishing returns. Kubanek J. Optimal decision making and matching are tied through diminishing returns. Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America (2017), [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 28739920.
Ultrasound modulates ion channel currents. Kubanek J, Shi J, Marsh J, Deng C, Chen D, Cui J. Ultrasound modulates ion channel currents. Scientific Reports (2016), 6. PMID: 27112990.
Matching Behavior as a Tradeoff Between Reward Maximization and Demands on Neural Computation. Kubanek J, Snyder LH. Matching Behavior as a Tradeoff Between Reward Maximization and Demands on Neural Computation. F1000Research (2015), 4, 147. PMID: 26664702.
Reward Size Informs Repeat-Switch Decisions and Strongly Modulates the Activity of Neurons in Parietal Cortex. Kubanek J, Snyder LH. Reward Size Informs Repeat-Switch Decisions and Strongly Modulates the Activity of Neurons in Parietal Cortex. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991) (2015), 2, 230. PMID: 26491065.
Cortical alpha activity predicts the confidence in an impending action. Kubanek J, Hill NJ, Snyder LH, Schalk G. Cortical alpha activity predicts the confidence in an impending action. Frontiers In Neuroscience (2015), 9, 243. PMID: 26283892.
Cognitive and action-based aspects of developing decisions in parietal cortex. Kubanek J, Mooshagian E. Cognitive and action-based aspects of developing decisions in parietal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : The Official Journal of The Society For Neuroscience (2015), 35, 8382-3. PMID: 26041907.
Reward and punishment act as distinct factors in guiding behavior. Kubanek J, Snyder LH, Abrams RA. Reward and punishment act as distinct factors in guiding behavior. Cognition (2015), 139, 154-67. PMID: 25824862.
Reward-based decision signals in parietal cortex are partially embodied. Kubanek J, Snyder LH. Reward-based decision signals in parietal cortex are partially embodied. The Journal of Neuroscience : The Official Journal of The Society For Neuroscience (2015), 35, 4869-81. PMID: 25810518.
Motor role of parietal cortex in a monkey model of hemispatial neglect. Kubanek J, Li JM, Snyder LH. Motor role of parietal cortex in a monkey model of hemispatial neglect. Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America (2015), 112, E2067-72. PMID: 25759438.
NeuralAct: A Tool to Visualize Electrocortical (ECoG) Activity on a Three-Dimensional Model of the Cortex. Kubanek J, Schalk G. NeuralAct: A Tool to Visualize Electrocortical (ECoG) Activity on a Three-Dimensional Model of the Cortex. Neuroinformatics (2015), 13, 167-74. PMID: 25381641.
Neuronal responses to target onset in oculomotor and somatomotor parietal circuits differ markedly in a choice task. Kubanek J, Wang C, Snyder LH. Neuronal responses to target onset in oculomotor and somatomotor parietal circuits differ markedly in a choice task. Journal of Neurophysiology (2013), 110, 2247-56. PMID: 23966670.
A low-frequency oscillatory neural signal in humans encodes a developing decision variable. Kubanek J, Snyder LH, Brunton BW, Brody CD, Schalk G. A low-frequency oscillatory neural signal in humans encodes a developing decision variable. NeuroImage (2013), 83, 795-808. PMID: 23872495.
The tracking of speech envelope in the human cortex. Kubanek J, Brunner P, Gunduz A, Poeppel D, Schalk G. The tracking of speech envelope in the human cortex. PLOS ONE (2013), 8, e53398. PMID: 23408924.
Evidence for a decision variable in the human motor system. Kubanek J, Kaplan DM. Evidence for a decision variable in the human motor system. The Journal of Neuroscience : The Official Journal of The Society For Neuroscience (2012), 32, 8110-1. PMID: 22699891.
Decoding flexion of individual fingers using electrocorticographic signals in humans. Kubanek J, Miller KJ, Ojemann JG, Wolpaw JR, Schalk G. Decoding flexion of individual fingers using electrocorticographic signals in humans. Journal of Neural Engineering (2009), 6, 066001. PMID: 19794237.
Decoding two-dimensional movement trajectories using electrocorticographic signals in humans. Schalk G, Kubanek J, Miller KJ, Anderson NR, Leuthardt EC, Ojemann JG, Limbrick D, Moran D, Gerhardt LA, Wolpaw JR. Decoding two-dimensional movement trajectories using electrocorticographic signals in humans. Journal of Neural Engineering (2007), 4, 264-75. PMID: 17873429.