Nathan Hall

Graduated

2016

Mentor

Dr. Carol Colby

Thesis

Short wavelength cone activity to and through the superior colliculus 

Prior Degree

BS, University of Pittsburgh (2014)

Publications

Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. S-cone Visual Stimuli Activate Superior Colliculus Neurons in Old World Monkeys: Implications for Understanding Blindsight. J Cogn Neurosci, In Press, 2014.

Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. Psychophysical definition of S cone stimuli in the macaque. Journal of Vision. 13(2): 20, 1-18, 2013.

Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. Remapping for visual stability. Phil Trans B. 366:528-39, 2011.

Dunn, C.A., Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. Spatial updating in monkey superior colliculus in the absence of the forebrain commissures: dissociation between superficial and intermediate layers. J. Neurophysiology. 104: 1267-85, 2010.