John S. Butler
My research interests has two parallel and complementary goals 1) to use computational models derived from human behavioural and neurophysiological data to gain a greater understanding of how the brain processes multisensory signals, such as the neural development of statistically optimal combination of visual and auditory information; 2) to develop and adapt analysis methods for neurophysiological datasets to gain a greater understanding of cortical processing of sensory signals.
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- A. Brandwein, J. J. Foxe, J. S. Butler, N. Russo, H. Gomes, T. Altschuler, S. Molholm, (2012) “Multisensory processing in children with Autism: High-density electrical mapping of audio-visual integration.” Cerebral Cortex
- H. Nolan, J. S. Butler*, R. Whelan, J. J. Foxe, H. H. Bülthoff, R B. Reilly, (2012) “Detecting Changes in Self-motion Heading: A High Density Electrophysiological Measure of Vestibular Processing.” Experimental Brain Research, In Press
- I. C. Fiebelkorn, J. J. Foxe, J. S. Butler, M. R. Mercier, A.C. Snyder, S. Molholm, (2011) “Ready, Set, Reset: Stimulus-Locked Periodicity in Behavioral Performance Demonstrates the Consequences of Cross-sensory Phase Reset.” Journal of Neuroscience, 31(27):9971–9981
- J. S. Butler, S. Molholm, I. C. Fiebelkorn, M. R. Mercier, T. H. Schwartz, J. J. Foxe. (2011) “Common or redundant neural circuits for duration processing across audition and touch.” Journal of Neuroscience, 2;31(9):3400-6.
- J. S. Butler, S. Smith, J. L. Campos, H. H. Bülthoff. (2010) “Bayesian integration of visual and vestibular information.” Journal of Vision, Sep 1;10(11):23
- J. S. Butler, J.J.H. Miller, G.I. Shishkin, (2004) “A Reynolds–uniform method for Prandtl’s boundary layer problem for ﬂow past a wedge.” International Journal for Numerical methods in Fluids; 43:903-913.