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Fiorillo, Christopher D. (피오릴로) C-1718-2011

Department of Bio and Brain Engineering(바이오및뇌공학과)
Research Area
Computational neuroscience, Cellular and systems neurophysiology, Dopamine and reward

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NEUROSCIENCE Rationality, uncertainty, dopamine

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, NATURE HUMAN BEHAVIOUR, v.1, no.8, 2017-07


Theory of optimal balance predicts and explains the amplitude and decay time of synaptic inhibition

Kim, Jaekyung K; Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, v.8, 2017-03


Describing realistic states of knowledge with exact probabilities

Kim, Sunil; Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, AIP Conference Proceedings, v.1757, no.1, pp.060008-1 - 060008-8, 2016-07


T-type calcium channels cause bursts of spikes in motor but not sensory thalamic neurons during mimicry of natural patterns of synaptic input

Kim, Haram; Hong, Su Z.; Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, FRONTIERS IN CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE, v.9, 2015-11


T-type calcium channels promote predictive homeostasis of input-output relations in thalamocortical neurons of lateral geniculate nucleus

Hong, Su Z.; Kim, Haram; Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, FRONTIERS IN COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE, v.8, 2014-08


The meaning of spikes from the neuron's point of view: predictive homeostasis generates the appearance of randomness

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher; Kim, Jaekyung; Hong, Su Z., FRONTIERS IN COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE, v.8, no.49, 2014-04


Two Dimensions of Value: Dopamine Neurons Represent Reward But Not Aversiveness

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, SCIENCE, v.341, no.6145, pp.546 - 549, 2013-08


Multiphasic Temporal Dynamics in Responses of Midbrain Dopamine Neurons to Appetitive and Aversive Stimuli

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher; Song, Minryung R.; Yun, Sora R., JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, v.33, no.11, pp.4710 - 4725, 2013-03


Diversity and Homogeneity in Responses of Midbrain Dopamine Neurons

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher; Yun, Sora R.; Song, Minryung R., JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, v.33, no.11, pp.4693 - 4709, 2013-03


Optogenetic Mimicry of the Transient Activation of Dopamine Neurons by Natural Reward Is Sufficient for Operant Reinforcement

Kim, Kyung-Man; Baratta, Michael V.; Yang, Aimei; et al, PLOS ONE, v.7, no.4, 2012-04


Beyond bayes: On the need for a unified and Jaynesian definition of probability and information within neuroscience

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, Information (Switzerland), v.3, no.2, pp.175 - 203, 2012-04


Transient activation of midbrain dopamine neurons by reward risk.

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, NEUROSCIENCE, v.197, pp.162 - 171, 2011-12


A neurocentric approach to Bayesian inference

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE, v.11, no.8, pp.606 - 606, 2010-08


The problem of pseudoreplication in neuroscientific studies: is it affecting your analysis?

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher; Lazic, Stanley E., BMC NEUROSCIENCE, v.11, 2010-01


Explicit neural signals reflecting reward uncertainty

Schultz, Wolfram; Preuschoff, Kerstin; Camerer, Colin; et al, PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, v.363, no.1511, pp.3801 - 3811, 2008-12


Towards a General Theory of Neural Computation Based on Prediction by Single Neurons

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, PLOS ONE, v.3, no.10, 2008-10


The temporal precision of reward prediction in dopamine neurons

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher; Newsome, William T.; Schultz, Wolfram, NATURE NEUROSCIENCE, v.11, no.8, pp.966 - 973, 2008-08


Evidence that the delay-period activity of dopamine neurons corresponds to reward uncertainty rather than backpropagating TD errors

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher; Tobler, P.N.; Schultz, W., BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN FUNCTIONS, v.1, no.1, pp.0 - 0, 2005-06


Adaptive coding of reward value by dopamine neurons

Tobler, PN; Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher; Schultz, W, SCIENCE, v.307, no.5715, pp.1642 - 1645, 2005-03


The uncertain nature of dopamine

Fiorillo, Christopher D.researcher, MOLECULAR PSYCHIATRY, v.9, no.2, pp.122 - 123, 2004-02

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