Reading the minds

Lazar, A., Lewis, C., Fries, P., Singer, W., & Nikolic, D. (2021) Visual exposure enhances stimulus encoding and persistence in primary cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(43), e2105276118.

The mechanisms of anapoiesis

Nikolić, D. (2022) Where is the mind within the brain? Transient selection of subnetworks by metabotropic receptors and G protein-gated ion channels. arXiv preprint arXiv:2207.11249.

Oscillations without a metronome

Nikolić D., P. Fries, and W. Singer (2013) Gamma oscillations: precise temporal coordination without a metronome. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 17: 54-55. doi:10.1016/j.tics.2012.12.003

Swimming-style synesthesia

Nikolić, D., U.M. Jürgens, N. Rothen, B. Meier, A. Morczko (2011) Cortex,  47(7):874-879. 

Brightness induction: Rate enhancement and neuronal synchronization as complementary codes

Biederlack, J., M. Castelo-Branco, S. Neuenschwander, D.W. Wheeler, W. Singer and D. Nikolić (2006) Neuron 52, 1073-1083

The gamma cycle

Fries, P., D. Nikolić and W. Singer (2007) TRENDS in Neurosciences, 30(7):309-316      

Distributed fading memory for stimulus properties in the primary visual cortex.

Nikolić, D.*, S. Häusler*, W. Singer and W. Maass (2009) PLoS Biology 2009, 7: e1000260.  *contributed equally

Synchrony makes neurons fire in sequence – and stimulus properties determine who is ahead.

Havenith, M.N., S. Yu, J. Biederlack, N-H. Chen, W. Singer, D. Nikolić (2011) Journal of Neuroscience, 31(23): 8570-8584.

A Small World of Neuronal Synchrony

Yu, S., D. Huang, W. Singer and D. Nikolić (2008) Cerebral Cortex, 18(12):2891-2901