University College London

Jeffrey Erlich


  • Association of the altered sense of time in the seconds-to-minute range with intertemporal choices across time-horizons.
  • Requirement of Prefrontal and Midbrain Regions for Rapid Executive Control of Behavior in the Rat
  • Distinct relationships of parietal and prefrontal cortices to evidence accumulation
  • Cortical and Subcortical Contributions to Short-Term Memory for Orienting Movements
  • Decision-making behaviors: weighing ethology, complexity, and sensorimotor compatibility
  • Rat Prefrontal Cortex Inactivations during Decision Making Are Explained by Bistable Attractor Dynamics
  • Minimal Impairment in a Rat Model of Duration Discrimination Following Excitotoxic Lesions of Primary Auditory and Prefrontal Cortices
  • Phospholipid-Metabolizing Enzymes in Alzheimer's Disease: Increased Lysophospholipid Acyltransferase Activity and Decreased Phospholipase A2 Activity
  • The role of the lateral amygdala in the retrieval and maintenance of fear-memories formed by repeated probabilistic reinforcement
  • Sources of noise during accumulation of evidence in unrestrained and voluntarily head-restrained rats
  • A Cortical Substrate for Memory-Guided Orienting in the Rat
  • More than Just a “Motor”: Recent Surprises from the Frontal Cortex
  • Time preferences are reliable across time-horizons and verbal versus experiential tasks
  • Reproducibility for everyone: a community-led initiative with global reach in reproducible research training
  • The Importance of Accounting for Movement When Relating Neuronal Activity to Sensory and Cognitive Processes
  • A community-led initiative for training in reproducible research
  • The rat frontal cortex encodes a value map for economic decisions under risk
  • Does endogenous variation in stress modulate risk and time preferences?
  • Low activity of key phospholipid catabolic and anabolic enzymes in human substantia nigra: possible implications for Parkinson's disease.
  • Increased phospholipid breakdown in schizophrenia. Evidence for the involvement of a calcium-independent phospholipase A2.
  • Neuroscience: What to do and how
  • Distinct effects of prefrontal and parietal cortex inactivations on an accumulation of evidence task in the rat
  • Collicular circuits for flexible sensorimotor routing
  • Encoding of spatial location by frontal orienting field neurons
  • Willingness to wait covaries with endogenous variation in cortisol
  • The rat frontal orienting field dynamically encodes value for economic decisions under risk

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