Publications


Edited books      


Zoccolan D, Cox DD, Benucci A, Reid RC, eds.  (2015). What can simple brains teach us about how vision works. Lausanne: Frontiers Media. doi: 10.3389/978-2-88919-678-4 [link]


Selected Journal Articles       (* contributed equally)               (# invited)


S Usmani, ER Aurand, M Medelin, A Fabbro, D Scaini, J Laishram, FB Rosselli, A Ansuini, D Zoccolan, M Scarselli, M De Crescenzi, S Bosi, M Prato & L Ballerini (2016). 3D meshes of carbon nanotubes guide functional reconnection of segregated spinal explants. Science Advances 2(7): e1600087 [link]


Zoccolan D#, Cox DD & Benucci A (2015). Editorial: What can simple brains teach us about how vision works. Front. Neural Circuits 9(51). doi: 10.3389/fncir.2015.00051 [link] [pdf] (Frontiers Research Topic What can simple brains teach us about how vision works)

Rosselli BF*, Alemi A*, Ansuini A & Zoccolan D (2015). Object similarity affects the perceptual strategy underlying invariant visual object recognition in rats. Front. Neural Circuits 9(10). doi: 10.3389/fncir.2015.00010 [link] [pdf] (Frontiers Research Topic What can simple brains teach us about how vision works)

Zoccolan D# (2015). Invariant visual object recognition and shape processing in rats. Behav. Brain. Res. 285, 10-33 [link] [pdf] (Special Issue on Object Recognition Memory in mice and rats)

Baldassi C*, Alemi-Neissi A*, Pagan M*, DiCarlo JJ, Zecchina R & Zoccolan D (2013). Shape similarity, better than semantic membership, accounts for the structure of visual object representations in a population of monkey inferotemporal neurons. PLoS Comput. Biol. 9(8): e1003167 [link] [pdf]

Alemi-Neissi A*, Rosselli BF* & Zoccolan D (2013). Multifeatural shape processing in rats engaged in invariant visual object recognition. J. Neurosci. 33, 5939-5956 [link] [pdf]

DiCarlo JJ, Zoccolan D & Rust NC (2012). How does the brain solve visual object recognition?  Neuron 73, 415-434 [link]

Tafazoli S*, Di Filippo A* & Zoccolan D (2012). Transformation-tolerant object recognition in rats revealed by visual priming. J. Neurosci. 32, 21-34 [link] [pdf] [commentary]

Zoccolan D, Graham JB & Cox DD (2010). A self-calibrating, camera-based eye tracker for the recording of rodent eye movement. Front. Neurosci. 4:193 [link] [pdf]


Zoccolan D*, Oertelt N*, DiCarlo JJ & Cox DD (2009). A rodent model for the study of invariant visual object recognition. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 8748-53 [link] [pdf] [Supp Inf]

Li N, Cox DD, Zoccolan D & DiCarlo JJ (2009). What response properties do individual neurons need to underlie object recognition in clutter? J. Neurophys. 102, 360-376 [link] [pdf]

Zoccolan D, Kouh M, Poggio T & DiCarlo JJ (2007). Trade-off between object selectivity and tolerance in monkey inferotemporal cortex. J. Neurosci. 27, 12292-12307 [link] [pdf] [Supp Inf]

Zoccolan D*, Cox DD* & DiCarlo JJ (2005). Multiple object response normalization in monkey inferotemporal cortex. J. Neurosci. 25, 8150-64 [link] [pdf]