Gardner Lab

Psychology Department

Neurosciences Institute

Stanford University


Publication List

Riesen, G., Norcia, A. M. and Gardner, J. L. (In press) Humans perceive binocular rivalry and fusion in a tristable dynamic state. The Journal of Neuroscience Abstract

Birman, D. and Gardner, J. L. (2019) A flexible readout mechanism of human sensory representations. Nature Communications 10:3500 DOI Abstractpdf
Fukuda H., Ma N., Suzuki S., Harasawa N., Ueno K., Gardner J.L., Ichinohe N., Haruno M., Cheng K., Nakahara H. (2019) Computing social value conversion in the human brain. The Journal of Neuroscience 39(26):5153-72 DOI Abstractpdf
Gardner, J. L. and Liu, T. (2019) Inverted encoding models reconstruct an arbitrary model response, not the stimulus. eNeuro 6(2) e0363-18.2019 1–11 DOI Abstractpdf
Gardner, J. L. (2019) Optimality and heuristics in perceptual neuroscience. Nature Neuroscience 22:514-523 DOI Abstractpdf
Birman, D., and Gardner, J. L. (2018) A quantitative framework for motion visibility in human cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 120:1824-1839. DOI DATA Abstractpdf
Dobs, K., Schultz, J., Bulthoff, I., and Gardner, J. L. (2018) Task-dependent enhancement of facial expression and identity representations in human cortex. Neuroimage 10:689-702. DOI Abstractpdf
Laquitaine, S. and Gardner, J. L. (2018) A switching observer for human perceptual estimation. Neuron 97(2): 462-474. DOI Abstractpdf
Liu, T., Cable, D., and Gardner, J. L. (2018) Inverted encoding models of human population response conflate noise and neural tuning width. The Journal of Neuroscience 38(2): 398-408. DOI DATA Abstractpdf
Abrahamyan, A., Silva, L. L., Dakin, S. C., Carandini, M. and Gardner, J. L. (2016) Adaptable history biases in human perceptual decisions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113.25: E3548-E3557 DOI Abstactpdf
Birman, D. & Gardner, J. L. (2016) Parietal and prefrontal: categorical differences? Nature Neuroscience 19: 5-7 DOI Abstactpdf
Gardner, J. L. (2015) A case for human systems neuroscience. Neuroscience 296: 130-137 DOI Abstactpdf
Hara, Y. and Gardner, J. L. (2014) Encoding of graded changes in spatial specificity of prior cues in human visual cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology 112:2834-49. DOI. Abstractpdf
Vintch, B. and Gardner, J. L. (2014) Cortical correlates of human motion perception biases. The Journal of Neuroscience 34: 2592–2604. DOI Abstractpdf
Hara Y., Pestilli F. and Gardner J. L. (2014). Differing effects of attention in single-units and populations are well predicted by heterogeneous tuning and the normalization model of attention. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 8:12. DOI Abstract

Costagli, M., Ueno, K., Sun, P., Gardner, J. L., Wan, X., Ricciardi, E., Pietrini, P., Tanaka, K., and Cheng, K. (2014) Functional signalers of changes in visual stimuli: Cortical responses to increments and decrements in motion coherence. Cerebral Cortex 24:110–118 DOI Abstract

Merriam, E. P., Gardner, J. L., Movshon, J. A., and Heeger, D. J. (2013) Modulation of visual responses by gaze direction in human visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 33: 9879-9889 DOI Abstract

Sun, P., Gardner, J. L., Costagli, M., Ueno, K., Waggoner, R. A., Tanaka, K., and Cheng K. (2013) Demonstration of tuning to stimulus orientation in the human visual cortex: A high-resolution fMRI study with a novel continuous and periodic stimulation paradigm. Cerebral Cortex 23: 1618–1629 DOI SI Abstract

Suzuki, S., Harasawa, N., Ueno, K., Gardner, J. L., Ichinohe, N., Haruno, M., Cheng, K., and Nakahara H. (2012) Learning to simulate others' decisions. Neuron 74:1125-37 DOI SI Abstract

Pestilli, F., Carrasco, M., Heeger, D. J. and Gardner, J. L. (2011) Attentional enhancement via selection and pooling of early sensory responses in human visual cortex. Neuron 72:832-46 DOI SI <Preview by John T. Serences> Abstractpdf
Liu, T., Hospadaruk, L., Zhu, D., and Gardner, J. L. (2011) Feature-specific attentional priority signals in human cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 31:4484-95 DOI Abstractpdf
Gardner, J. L. (2010) Is cortical vasculature functionally organized? Neuroimage 49:1953-6. DOI Abstactpdf
Offen S, Gardner, J. L., Schluppeck D and Heeger, D.J. (2010) Differential roles for frontal eye fields (FEFs) and intraparietal sulcus (IPS) in visual working memory and visual attention. Journal of Vision 10:1-14 DOI Abstractpdf
Dinstein I, Gardner, J. L., Jazayeri, M and Heeger, D.J. (2008) Executed and observed movements have different distributed representations in human aIPS. The Journal of Neuroscience 28:11231-11239 DOI Abstractpdf

Gardner, J. L. , Merriam, E. P., Movshon, J. A., and Heeger, D.J. (2008) Maps of visual space in human occipital cortex are retinotopic, not spatiotopic. The Journal of Neuroscience 28:3988-3999 DOI This Week in the Journal Abstractpdf

Sun, P., Ueno K., Waggoner, R. A., Gardner, J. L. , Tanaka, K., and Cheng K. (2007) A temporal frequency-dependent functional architecture in human V1 revealed by high-resolution fmri. Nature Neuroscience 10:1404-1406 DOI Abstractpdf

Gardner, J. L. , Sun, P., Waggoner, R. A., Ueno K., Tanaka, K., and Cheng K. (2005) Contrast adaptation and representation in human early visual cortex. Neuron 47:607-620 DOI <Preview by Geoffrey M. Boynton> Abstactpdf

Gardner, J. L. , Tokiyama, S., and Lisberger, S. G. (2004) A population decoding framework for motion aftereffects on smooth pursuit eye movements. The Journal of Neuroscience 24:9035-9048 DOI Abstractpdf

Churchland, A. K., Gardner, J. L., Chou, I. H., Priebe, N. J., and Lisberger, S. G. (2003) Directional anisotropies reveal a functional segregation of visual motion processing for perception and action. Neuron 37:1001-1011 DOI Abstractpdf

Gardner, J. L., and Lisberger, S. G. (2002) Serial linkage of target selection for orienting and tracking eye movements. Nature Neuroscience 5:892-899 DOI <News and Views by Michael N. Shadlen> Abstractpdf

Gardner, J. L., and Lisberger, S. G. (2001) Linked target selection for saccadic and smooth pursuit eye movements. The Journal of Neuroscience 21(6):2075-2084 link Abstractpdf

Gardner, J. L., Anzai, A., Ohzawa. I., and Freeman, R. D. (1999) Linear and nonlinear contributions to orientation tuning of simple cells in the cat's striate cortex. Visual Neuroscience 16:1115-1121 DOI Abstractpdf