Schwettmann SE, Kadipasaoglu CM, Ma WJ, Eagleman DM (under review). Implicit mapping of musical relationships onto color space in chord-color synesthesia.
Cai M, Eagleman DM, Ma W (under review). Perceived duration is reduced by repetition, but not by high-level expectation.
Eagleman DM, Savjani R, Ormachea P (under review). How neuroscience can craft effective drug policy.
Brogaard B, Marlow K, Overgaard M, Tomson SD, Neufeld J, Sinke C,Owen C, Eagleman DM (under review). Deaf Hearing: Implicit discrimination of auditory content in a patient with mixed hearing loss.
Novich SD, Eagleman DM (under review). How many bits per second can be passed through the skin using vibration?: Toward full audio-tactile sensory substitution.
Witthoft N, Winawer J, Eagleman DM (2015). Prevalence of learned grapheme-color pairings in a large online sample of synesthetes. PLoS ONE. 10(3): e0118996. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0118996. [Full text]
Viswanath et al (2015). Alterations in interhemispheric functional and anatomical connectivity are associated with tobacco smoking in humans. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9:116. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00116. [Full text]
Carmichael DA, Down MP, Shillcock RC, Eagleman DM, Simner J (2015). Validating a standardised test battery for synesthesia: Does the Synesthesia Battery reliably detect synesthesia?, Consciousness and Cognition, 33: 375-385. [Full text]
Viswanath et al (2014). Interhemispheric insular and inferior frontal connectivity are associated with substance abuse in a psychiatric population. Neuropharmacology. 92: 63–68. [Full text]
Matthews WJ, Terhune DB, vanRijn H, Eagleman DM, Sommer MA, Meck WH (2014). Subjective Duration as a Signature of Coding Efficiency: Emerging Links Among Stimulus Repetition, Predictive Coding, and Cortical GABA Levels. Timing and Time Perception Reviews. 2014 Dec 1(5): 1-11. [Full text]
Plitt MH, Savjani RR, Eagleman DM (2014). Are corporations people too?: The neural correlates of moral judgments about corporations and individuals. Social Neuroscience. 1-13. DOI:10.1080/17470919.2014.978026 [Full text]
Savjani RR et al. (2014). Characterizing white matter changes in cigarette smokers via Diffusion Tensor Imaging. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 145C, 134–142. Hung WY, Simner J, Shillcock R, Eagleman DM (2014). Synaesthesia in Chinese characters: The role of radical function and position. Consciousness and Cognition. 24C:38-48. [Full text]
Vaughn DA and Eagleman DM (2013). Spatial warping by oriented line detectors can counteract neural delays. Frontiers in Psychology 4:794. [Full text]
Tomson SN, Narayan M, Allen GI, Eagleman DM (2013). Neural networks of colored sequence synesthesia. Journal of Neuroscience. 33(35):14098-106. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2013). Why public dissemination of science matters: A manifesto. Journal of Neuroscience. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2012). Synesthesia in its protean guises. British Journal of Psychology. 103(1):16-19. [Full text]
Bumann B, Eagleman DM (2012). Intuitions of blameworthiness as a heuristic that evaluates the probability of the offender committing future antisocial acts. Thurgood Marshall Law Review. 36(2):129-155.
Novich SD, Cheng S, Eagleman DM (2011). Is synesthesia one condition or many? A large-scale analysis reveals subgroups. Journal of Neuropsychology. 5:353-371. [Full text]
Tomson S, Avidan N, Lee K, Sarma AK, Tushe R, Milewicz D, Bray M, Leal S, Eagleman DM (2011). The genetics of colored sequence synesthesia: Suggestive evidence of linkage to 16q and genetic heterogeneity for the condition. Behavioural Brain Research. 223(2011):48-52. [Full text]
Sadeghi NG, Pariyadath V, Apte S, Eagleman DM, Cook EP (2011). Neural correlates of sub-second time distortion in area MT of visual cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 23(12):3829-40. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2011). The Brain on Trial. The Atlantic. August 2011. [Full text]
Piantoni G, Kline KA, Eagleman DM (2010). Beta power correlates with perception in illusory motion reversal. Journal of Vision. 10(13): 18. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2010). Synaesthesia. British Medical Journal. 340: b4616 [Full text]
Eagleman DM, Correro MA, Singh J (2010). Why neuroscience matters for a rational drug policy. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology. 11(1):7-26. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2010). Duration and predictability. In Attention and Time. Eds: Coull and Nobre.
Pariyadath V, Eagleman DM (2010). Duration illusions and what they tell us about the brain. In Advances in Cognitive Science: Volume 2. Eds: Srinivasan, Kar, & Pandey. Sage books.
Eagleman DM (2010). How does the timing of neural signals map onto the timing of perception? In Problems of Space and Time in Perception and Action, R. Nijhawan, Ed. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2009). America on Deadline. New York Times. Dec 3, 2009. [Full text]
Cui X, Stetson C, Montague PR, Eagleman DM (2009). Ready…Go: Amplitude of the fMRI Signal Encodes Expectation of Cue Arrival Time. PLoS Biology. 7(8): e1000167. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2009). The objectification of overlearned sequences: A large-scale analysis of spatial sequence synesthesia. Cortex. 45(10): 1266-1277. [Full text]
Eagleman DM & Pariyadath V (2009). Is subjective duration a signature of coding efficiency? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 364(1525):1841-51. [Full text]
Eagleman DM & Goodale MA (2009). Why color synesthesia involves more than color. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 13(7): 288-292. [Full text]
Pariyadath V, Eagleman DM (2008). Brief subjective durations contract with repetition. Journal of Vision. 8(16):1-6. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2008). Human time perception and its illusions. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 18(2):131-6. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2008). Prediction and Postdiction: two frameworks with the goal of delay compensation. Commentary in Brain and Behavioral Sciences. 31(2):205-206. [Full text][Full article]
Fiesta MP, Eagleman DM (2008). A method for achieving an order-of-magnitude increase in the temporal resolution of a standard CRT computer monitor. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 174(1):103-105. [Full text]
Kline KA, Eagleman DM (2008). Evidence against the snapshot hypothesis of illusory motion reversal. Journal of Vision. 8(4):13, 1-5. [Full text][Web Demo].
Eagleman DM (2008). Neuroscience and the Law. Houston Lawyer. 16(6): 36-40. [Full text]
Eagleman DM (2008). Envenomation by the Asp Caterpillar, Megalopyge Opercularis. Clinical Toxicology. 46(3):201-5. [Full text]
Stetson C, Fiesta MP, Eagleman DM (2007). Does time really slow down during a frightening event? PLoS One. 2(12):e1295. [Full text]
Pariyadath V, Eagleman DM (2007). The effect of predictability on subjective duration. PLoS One. 2(11):e1264. [Full text]
Cui X, Yang D, Jeter C, Montague PR, Eagleman DM (2007). Vividness of mental imagery: individual variation can be measured objectively. Vision Research. 47(2007): 474–478. [Full text]
Eagleman DM, Sejnowski TJ (2007). Motion signals bias position judgments: A unified explanation for the flash-lag, flash-drag, flash-jump and Frohlich effects. Journal of Vision. 7(4): 1-12. http://journalofvision.org/7/4/3. [Full text]
Eagleman DM, Kagan AD, Nelson SN, Sagaram D, Sarma AK (2007). A standardized test battery for the study of Synesthesia. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 159: 139-145. [Full text]
Stetson C, Cui X, Montague PR, Eagleman DM (2006). Motor-sensory recalibration leads to an illusory reversal of action and sensation. Neuron. 51(5): 651-9. [Full text]
Eagleman, D.M., Coenen, O.J.D., Mitsner, V., Bartol, T.M., Bell, A.J.,Sejnowski, T.J. (2001). Cerebellar glomeruli: Does limited extracellular calcium direct a new kind of plasticity? Proc. 8th Joint Symposium in Neural Computation. [Full text]
Eagleman, D.M. & Sejnowski, T.J. (2001). The flash-lag illusion: distinguishing a spatial from a temporal effect, and why that matters for interpreting visual physiology. Journal of Vision, 1(3), 16a. [Abstract]
Rao, R.P.N., Eagleman, D.M., Sejnowski, T.J. (2001) Optimal smoothing in visual motion perception. Neural Computation.13(6):1243-53.[Full text]
Eagleman, D.M. & Sejnowski, T.J. (2000) Motion integration and postdiction in visual awareness. Science. 287(5460): 2036-8. [Full text][Web demo]
Eagleman, D.M. & Sejnowski, T.J. (2000) The position of moving objects: Response. Science. 289(5482):1107a.[Full text][Science Online]
Eagleman, D.M., Sejnowski, T.J. (2000) Latency difference versus postdiction: Response to Patel et al. Science. 290(5494): 1051a.[Full text][Science Online]
Perret, S.P., Dudek, S., Eagleman, D., Montague, P.R., Friedlander, M.J. (2001) LTD induction in adult visual cortex: Role of stimulus pattern and inhibition. Journal of Neuroscience. 21(7): 2308-2319.[Full text]
King, R.D., Wiest, M.C., Montague, P.R., Eagleman, D.M. (2000) Do extracellular calcium signals carry information through neural tissue? Trends in Neurosciences. 23(1):12-13. [Full text]
Wiest, M.C., Eagleman, D.M., King, R.D., Montague, P.R. (2000) Dendritic spikes and their influence on extracellular calcium signaling. Journal of Neurophysiology. 83(3):1329-1337. [Full text]
Eagleman, D.M., Montague, P.R. (1999) Calcium dynamics in the extracellular space of mammalian neural tissue. Biophysical Journal 76(4):1856-1867. [Full text]
Eagleman, D.M., Montague, P.R. (1998). Computational properties of peri-dendritic calcium fluctuations. Journal of Neuroscience. 18(21): 8580-8589. [Full text]
Eagleman, D.M., Person, C., Montague, P.R. (1998). A computational role for dopamine delivery in human decision-making. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 10(5): 623-630. [Full text]
Eagleman, D.M., King, R.D., Montague, P.R. (1998). Interaction of nitric oxide and external calcium fluctuations: a possible substrate for rapid information retrieval. Prog Brain Res 1998;118:199-211 [Abstract] (Also pubished in Nitric Oxide and other diffusible messengers in development, plasticity, and disease. Mize,R.R., Friedlander,M.J., Dawson,T.J., Dawson,V.M., Eds. Amsterdam: Elsevier Press.)
Person, C., Eagleman, D.M., King, R.D., Montague, P.R. (1997). Three-dimensional synaptic distributions influence neural processing through the resource consumption principle. J. Physiol, Paris. 90(5-6):330-333. [Abstract]
Well before we understand how brains work, we may find ourselves able to digitally copy the brain's structure and able to download the conscious mind into a computer. What are the possibilities and challenges?