Publications

[38] Shirhatti V, Ravishankar P and Ray S (2022) Gamma oscillations in primate primary visual cortex are severely attenuated by small stimulus discontinuities. PLoS Biology. 20(6):e3001666.

[37*] Prakash SS, Mayo JP and Ray S (2022) Decoding of attentional state using local field potential. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 76:102589.

[36] Liza K and Ray S (2022) Local interactions between steady-state visually evoked potentials at nearby flickering frequencies. Journal of Neuroscience. 42(19):3965-74.

[35*] Ray S (2022) Spikes-Gamma phase relationship in visual cortex. Annual Review of Vision Sciences. Accepted.

[34] Murty DVPS and Ray S (2022) Stimulus-induced robust narrow-band gamma oscillations in human EEG using cartesian gratings. Bio-protocol. 12(7):e4379.

[33] Krishnakumaran R, Raees M, Ray S (2022) Shape analysis of gamma rhythm supports a superlinear inhibitory regime in an inhibition-stabilized network. PLoS Computational Biology. 18:e1009886.

[32] Kumar WS, Manikandan K, Murty DVPS, Ramesh RG, Purokayastha S, Javali M, Rao NP and Ray S† (2022). Stimulus-induced narrowband gamma oscillations are test-retest reliable in healthy elderly in human EEG. Cerebral Cortex Communications. Vol 3(1):tgab066.

[31] Murty DVPS, Manikandan K, Kumar WS, Ramesh RG, Purokayastha S, Nagendra B, Abhishek ML, Balakrishnan A, Javali M, Rao NP and Ray S† (2021). Stimulus-induced Gamma rhythms are weaker in human elderly with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease. eLife. 10:e61666.

[30] Prakash SS, Das A, Kanth ST, Mayo JP, Ray S† (2021). Decoding of attentional state using high-frequency local field potential is as accurate as using spikes. Cerebral Cortex. Vol 31(9): 4314-28.

[29] Das A and Ray S† (2021). Effect of cross-orientation normalization on different neural measures in macaque primary visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex Communications. Vol 2(1), Article tgab009.

[28] Murty DVPS, Manikandan K, Kumar WS, Ramesh RG, Purokayastha S, Javali M, Rao NP and Ray S† (2020). Gamma oscillations weaken with age in healthy elderly in human EEG. Neuroimage. Vol 215, Article 116826.

[27] Salelkar S and Ray S† (2020). Interaction between steady-state visually evoked potentials at nearby flicker frequencies. Scientific Reports. 10, Article 5344.

[26] Dubey A and Ray S† (2020). Comparison of tuning properties of gamma and high-gamma power in local field potential (LFP) versus electrocorticogram (ECoG) in visual cortex. Scientific Reports. 10, Article 5422.

[25] Kanth ST and Ray S† (2020). Electrocorticogram (ECoG) is highly informative in primate visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience. 40(12):2430-2444.

[24] Biswas A and Ray S† (2019). Alpha feedback has a positive effect for participants who are unable to sustain their alpha activity. eNeuro. 6(4):ENEURO.0498-18.2019.

[23] Dubey A and Ray S† (2019). Cortical Electrocorticogram (ECoG) is a local signal. Journal of Neuroscience. 39(22):4299-4311.

[22] Das A and Ray S† (2018). Effect of stimulus contrast and visual attention on spike gamma phase relationship in macaque primary visual cortex. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. Vol 12, Article 66.

[21] Salelkar S, Somasekhar GM and Ray S† (2018). Distinct frequency bands in the local field potential are differently tuned to stimulus drift rate. Journal of Neurophysiology. 120(2):681-692.

[20] Shirhatti V and Ray S† (2018). Long wavelength (reddish) hues induce unusually large gamma oscillations in the primate primary visual cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115(17):4489-94.

[19] Murty DVPS#, Shirhatti V#, Ravishankar P# and Ray S† (2018). Large visual stimuli induce two distinct gamma oscillations in primate visual cortex. Journal of Neuroscience. 38(11):2730-44.

[18] Subhash Chandran KS, Seelamantula CS, and Ray S† (2018). Duration Analysis Using Matching Pursuit Algorithm Reveals Longer Bouts of Gamma Rhythm. Journal of Neurophysiology. 119(3): 808-821.

[17*] Biswas A and Ray S† (2017). Control of alpha rhythm (8-13 Hz) using neurofeedback. Journal of the Indian Institute of Science. Vol 97:4: 527-531.

[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. Journal of Neuroscience. 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. Journal of Neuroscience. 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. Journal of Neuroscience. 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. Clinical Neurophysiology. 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. Journal of Neuroscience. 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 Transactions in Biomedical Engineering. 50:1371-1373.

Pattisapu S and Ray S (2021) Stimulus-induced narrow-band gamma oscillations in humans can be recorded using open-hardware low-cost EEG amplifier. bioRxiv.

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

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.