We study neural mechanisms underlying action control. Our focus is on computational models of neuronal activity and new algorithms for the analysis of electrophysiological data. The lab is in the Department of Psychology at the University of Sheffield. Find out more about our research here.
- Schmidt, Ruiz, Kilavik, Lundqvist, Starr, and Aron (2019). Beta Oscillations in Working Memory, Executive Control of Movement and Thought, and Sensorimotor Function. Journal of Neuroscience .
- Aquili, Bowman, and Schmidt (2019). Occasion setters determine responses of putative dopamine neurons to discriminative stimuli. bioRxiv 799387.
- Mohagheghi Nejad, Rotter, and Schmidt (2018). Transmission of motor signals from the basal ganglia to the thalamus: effect of correlations, sensory responses, and excitation. bioRxiv 386920.