Publications

2017

 100. Chan JL, Koval MJ, Johnston K, Everling S (in press) Neural correlates for task switching in the macaque superior colliculus. J. Neurophys.

 

99. Schaeffer DJ, Adam R, Gilbert KM, Gati, JS, Li A, Menon RS, Everling S (2017). Diffusion weighted tractography in the common marmoset monkey at 9.4T. J. Neurophys.

 

98. Gilbert KM, Gati, JS, Klassen M, Zeman P, Schaeffer DJ, Everling S, Menon RS (2017). A geometrically adjustable receive array for imaging marmoset cohorts. Neuroimage

 

97. Babapoor-Farrokhran S, Vinck M,Womelsdorf T, Everling S (2017) Theta and Beta synchrony coordinate frontal eye fields and anterior cingulate cortex during sensorimotor mapping. Nature Communications 8, #13967


​96. Goulas A, Stiers P, Hutchison RM, Everling S, Petrides M, Margulies DS (2016). Intrinsic functional architecture of the macaque dorsal and ventral lateral frontal cortex. J. Neurophysiol. 117: 1084-1099


​95. Ghahremani M, Hutchison RM, Menon RS, Everling S (2016) Frontoparietal functional connectivity in the common marmoset. Cerebral Cortex 27: 3890-3905

 

2016
94. Westendorff S, Kaping, D, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2016) Prefrontal and Anterior Cingulate Cortex Neurons Encode Attentional Targets Even When They Do Not Apparently Bias Behavior. J. Neurophysiol. doi: 10.1152/jn.00027.2016.

 

93.  Vijayraghavan S, Major, AJ, Everling S (2016) Dopamine D1 and D2 receptors make dissociable contributions to dorsolateral prefrontal cortical regulation of rule-guided oculomotor behavior. Cell Reports 16: 1-12

 

92.   Johnston K, Lomber SG, Everling S (2016) Unilateral Deactivation of Macaque Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Induces Biases in Stimulus Selection. J. Neurophysiol. 115: 1468-1476

 

91.    Gilbert KM, Gati JS, Barker K, Everling S, Menon RS (2016) Optimized parallel transmit and receive radiofrequency coil for ultrahigh-field MRI of monkeys. Neuroimage 125:153-161

 

90.    Balcarras M, Ardid S, Kaping D, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2016). Attentional selection can be predicted by reinforcement learning of task-relevant stimulus features weighted by value-independent stickiness. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 28:333-349

 

2015

 

89.    Major AJ, Vijayraghavan S, Everling S (2015) Muscarinic attenuation of mnemonic rule representation in macaque dorsolateral prefrontal cortex during a pro- and anti-saccade task. J Neurosci.35: 16064-16076

88.    Womelsdorf T, Everling S (2015) Long-Range Attention Networks: Circuit Motifs Underlying Endogenously Controlled Stimulus Selection. Trends Neurosci. 38: 682-700​


87.    Oemisch M, Westendorff S, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2015). Interareal Spike-train Correlations of Anterior Cingulate and Dorsal Prefrontal Cortex during Attention Shifts. J. Neurosci. 35: 13076-13089 
    
86.    Ma L, Skoblenick KS, Seamans JK, Everling S (2015). Ketamine-induced changes in the signal and noise of rule representation in working memory by lateral prefrontal neu-rons. J. Neurosci. 35: 11612-11622
    
85.    Schwiedrzig CM, Zarco W, Everling S, Freiwald W (2015). Face patch resting state networks link face processing to social cognition. PLOS Biology.
    
84.    Voloh B, Valiante TA, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2015) Theta Gamma Coordination between Anterior Cingulate and Prefrontal Cortex Indexes Correct Attention Shifts. Pro-ceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 112:8457-8462
    
83.    Skoblenick KS, Womelsdorf T, Everling S (2015) Ketamine alters outcome-related lo-cal field potentials in monkey prefrontal cortex. Cerebral Cortex  pii: bhv128
    
82.    Hutchison RM, Culham JC, Flanagan JR, Everling S, Gallivan R (2015) Functional subdivisions of medial parieto-occipital cortex in humans and nonhuman primates
using resting-state fMRI. Neuroimage 116: 10-29
    
81.    Shen K, Misic B, Cipollini BN, Bezgin G, Hutchison RM, Jaegii SM, Kross E, Peltier SJ, Everling S, Jonides J, McIntosh A, Berman MG (2015) Stable long-range interhe-mispheric coordination is supported by direct anatomical projections. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 112: 6473-6478.
    
80.    Hutchison RM, Hashemi N, Gati JS, Menon RS, Everling S (2015) Electrophysiological signatures of spontaneous BOLD fluctuations in macaque prefrontal cortex. Neuroimage 113:257-267
    
79.    DeSimone J, Everling S, Heath M (2015) The Antisaccade Task: Visual Distractors Elicit a Location-Independent Planning 'Cost'. PLOS One 10(4):e0122345. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0122345

78.    Shen K, Hutchison RM, Bezgin G, Everling S, McIntosh A (2015) Network structure shapes spontaneous functional connectivity dynamics. J. Neurosci. 35: 5579-5588.

77.    Ardid S, Vinck M, Marquez S, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2015) Mapping of functionally characterized cell classes onto canonical circuit operations in primate prefrontal cortex. J. Neurosci. 35(7): 2975-2991.

 

 

76. Chan JL, Koval MJ, Womelsdorf T, Lomber SG, Everling S (2014) Monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex deactivation reduces preparatory beta and gamma power in the superior colliculus. Cereb. Cortex 25: 4704-4714

 

2014

 

75. Womelsdorf T, Ardid S, Everling S, Valiante TA (2014) Burst Firing Synchronizes Prefrontal and Anterior Cingulate Cortex during Attentional Control. Current Biology 24: 2613-2621

 

 

74. Hutchison RM, Hutchison M, Manning KY, Menon RS, Everling S (2014) Isoflurane induces dose-dependent alterations in the connectivity profiles and dynamic properties of the brain’s functional architecture. Human Brain Imaging 35: 5754-5775

 73. Deco G, McIntosh AR, Shen K, Hutchison RM, Menon RS, Everling S, Hagmann P, Jirsa VK (2014) Identification of optimal structural connectivity using functional connectivity and neural modeling. J. Neurosci. 34: 7910-7916

 

72. Phillips JM, Everling S (2014) Event-related potentials associated with performance monitoring and post-error adjustments in nonhuman primates. Neuroimage 97: 308-320.

 

71. Hutchison RM, Culham J, Everling S, Flanagan J, Gallivan J (2014) Distinct and distributed functional connectivity patterns across cortex reflect the domain-specific constraints of object, face, scene, body, and tool category-selective modules in the ventral visual pathway. Neuroimage 96: 216-236

 

70. Hussein S, Johnston K, Belbek B, Lomber SG, Everling S (2014) Functional specialization within macaque dorsolateral prefrontal cortex for the maintenance of task rules and cognitive control. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 26: 1918-1927

 

69. Shen C, Ardid S, Kaping D, Westendorff S, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2014) Anterior Cingulate Cortex Cells Identify Process-Specific Errors of Attentional Control prior to transient Prefrontal-Cingulate Inhibition. Cereb. Cortex doi:10.1093/cercor/bhu028

 

68. Hutchison RM, Everling S (2014) Broad intrinsic functional connectivity boundaries of the macaque frontal cortex. Neuroimage. 88C:202-211

 

67. Koval MJ, Hutchison RM, Lomber SG, Everling S (2014) Effects of unilateral deactivations of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulate cortex on saccadic eye movements. J. Neurophysiol. 111:(4) 787-803

 

66. Skoblenick KS, Everling S (2014) N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist ketamine impairs action-monitoring activity in the prefrontal cortex. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 26: 577-592

 

 

 

2013

 

65. Everling S, Johnston K (2013) Control of the superior colliculus by the lateral prefrontal cortex. Phil Trans Royal Soc B 368(1628):20130068. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2013.0068.

 

64. Jantz JJ, Watanabe M, Everling S, Munoz DP (2013) Threshold mechanism for saccade initiation in the frontal eye field and superior colliculus. J. Neurophysiol. 109: 2767-2780

 

63. Babapoor-Farrokhran S, Hutchison RM, Gati JS, Menon RS, Everling S (2013) Functional connectivity patterns of medial and lateral macaque frontal eye fields reveal distinct visuomotor networks. J. Neurophysiol. 109: 2560-2570

 

62. Phillips JM, Vinck M, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2013) A long-range fronto-parietal 5-10 Hz network predicts ‘top-down’ controlled guidance in a task-switch paradigm. Cereb Cortex; doi: 10.1093/cercor/bht050

 

61. Johnston K, Koval MJ, Lomber SG, Everling S (2013) Macaque dorsolateral prefrontal cortex does not suppress saccade-related activity in the superior colliculus. Cereb Cortex; doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhs424

 

 

2012

 

60. Phillips JM, Everling S (2012) Neural activity in the macaque putamen associated with saccades and behavioral outcome. PLoS ONE 7(12): e51596. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051596

 

59. Shen K, Bezgin G, Hutchison RM, Gati J, Menon RS, Everling S, McIntosh A (2012) Information processing architecture of functionally defined clusters in the macaque cortex. J. Neurosci. 32(48):17465-76

 

58. Skoblenick JS, Everling S (2012) NMDA antagonist ketamine reduces task-selectivity in macaque dorsolateral prefrontal neurons and impairs performance of randomly interleaved pro- and anti-saccades. J. Neurosci. 32(35):12018-12027

 

57. Hutchison RM,  Everling S (2012) Monkey in the middle: Why nonhuman primates are needed to bridge the gap in resting-state investigations. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 6:29. doi: 10.3389/fnana.2012.00029

 

56. Hutchison RM, Gallivan JP, Culham JC, Gati JS, Menon RS, Everling S (2012) Functional connectivity of the frontal eye fields in humans and macaques investigated with resting-state fMRI. J Neurophysiol.107: 2463-2474.

 

55. Hutchison RM, Womelsdorf T, Gati JS, Everling S, Menon RS (2012) Resting-state networks show dynamic functional connectivity in awake humans and anesthetized macaques. Human Brain Mapping doi: 10.1002/hbm.22058.

 

54. Hutchison RM, Womelsdorf T, Gati JS, Leung LS, Menon RS, Everling S (2012) Resting-state connectivity identifies distinct functional networks in macaque cingulate cortex. Cerebral Cortex Jun;22(6):1294-308

 

 

2011

 

53. Johnston K, Everling S (2011) An approach to understanding the neural circuitry of saccade control in the cerebral cortex using antidromic identification in the awake behaving macaque monkey model. In Contemporary animal models of movement disorders (Dunnell S, Lane E). Springer Humana Press

 

52. Kaping D, Vinck M, Hutchison RM, Everling S, Womelsdorf T (2011) Specific contributions of ventromedial, anterior cingulate, and lateral prefrontal cortex for attentional selection and stimulus valuation. PLoS Biol 9(12): e1001224. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001224

 

51. Koval MJ, Lomber SG, Everling S (2011) Prefrontal cortex deactivation in macaques alters activity in the superior colliculus and impairs voluntary control of saccades. J. Neurosci. 31: 8659-8668

 

50. Hutchison RM, Leung LS, Mirsattaril SM, Gati JS, Menon RS, Everling S (2011) Resting-state networks in the macaque at 7 T. Neuroimage 56: 1546-1555

 

49. Phillips JM, Johnston K, Everling S (2011) Effects of anterior cingulate microstimulation on  pro- and anti-saccades in nonhuman primates. J. Cogn. Neurosci 23: 481-490.

 

 

2010
 

48. Womelsdorf T, Vinck M, Leung LS, Everling S (2010) Selective theta-synchronization of choice-relevant information subserves goal-directed behavior. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 4:210

 

47. Womelsdorf T, Johnston K, Vinck M, Everling S (2010) Theta-Activity in anterior cingulate cortex predicts task rules and their adjustments following errors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 107 :5248-5253

 

46. Sander V, Soper B, Everling S (2010) Nonhuman primate event-related potentials associated with pro- and anti-saccades. NeuroImage 49: 1650-1658

 

 

2009
 

45. Ford KA,  Everling S (2009). Neural activity in primate caudate nucleus associated with pro- and anti-saccades. J. Neurophysiol. 102:2334-2341

 

44. Johnston K, DeSouza JFX, Everling S (2009). Monkey prefrontal cortical pyramidal and putative interneurons exhibit differential patterns of activity between pro- and antisaccade tasks. J Neurosci. 29: 5516-5524

 

43. Johnston K, Everling S  (2009) Task-relevant output signals are sent from monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex to the superior colliculus during a visuospatial  working memory task. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 21: 1023-1038

 

42. Ford KA, Gati JS, Menon RS, Everling S (2009). BOLD fMRI activation for anti-saccades in nonhuman primates. NeuroImage 45: 470-476

 

 

2008
 

41. Field CB, Johnston K, Gati JS, Menon RS, Everling S (2008) Connectivity of the primate superior colliculus mapped by concurrent microstimulation and event-related fMRI. PLoS ONE 3(12): e3928

 

40. Johnston K, Everling S (2008) Neurophysiology and neuroanatomy of reflexive and voluntary saccades in non-human primates. Brain and Cognition 68: 271-283

 

39. Wegener S, Johnston K, Everling S (2008) Microstimulation of  monkey dorsolateral prefrontal cortex impairs antisaccade performance. Exp. Brain Res. 190: 463-473. 

 

38. Brown MRG, Vilis T, Everling S  (2008) Isolation of saccade inhibition processes: rapid event-related fMRI of saccades and nogo trials. NeuroImage 39: 793-804.

 

 

2007
 

37. Everling S (2007) Where do I look? From attention to action in the frontal eye field. Neuron 56: 418-419.

 

36. Brown MRG, Vilis T, Everling S  (2007) Frontoparietal activation with preparation for antisaccades. J. Neurophysiol. 98: 1751-1762

 

35. Johnston K, Levin HE, Koval, MJ, Everling S (2007) Top-Down Control-signal Dynamics in Anterior Cingulate and Prefrontal Cortex Neurons following Task Switching. Neuron 53: 453-462

    

 

2006

 

34. Johnston K, Everling S (2006) Monkey Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex Sends Task-Selective Signals Directly to the Superior Colliculus. J. Neurosci. 26: 12471-12478.

 

33. Brown MRG, Goltz HG, Ford KA, Vilis T, Everling S (2006) Inhibition and generation of saccades: Rapid event-related fMRI of prosaccades, antisaccades, and nogo trials. Neuroimage 33: 644-659

 

32. Johnston K, Everling S (2006) Neural activity in monkey prefrontal cortex is modulated by task context and behavioural instruction during delayed-match-to-sample and conditional pro-saccade/anti-saccade tasks. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 18: 749:765.

 

31. Everling S, Tinsley CJ, Gaffan D, Duncan J (2006) Selective representation of task-relevant objects and locations in the primate prefrontal cortex. Eur. J. Neurosci. 23: 2197-2214.

 

 

2005
 

30. Koval MJ, Thomas BS, Everling S (2005) Task-dependent effects of social attention on saccadic reaction times. Exp. Brain Res. 167: 475-480.

 

29. Everling S,  DeSouza, JFX (2005) Rule-dependent activity for prosaccades and antisaccades in the primate prefrontal cortex. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 17: 1483-1496

 

28. Ford KA, Goltz HG, Brown MRG, Everling S (2005) Neural processes associated with anti-saccade task performance investigated with event-related fMRI. J. Neurophysiol. 94: 429-440

 

 

2004
 

27. Koval MJ, Ford KA, Everling S (2004) Effect of stimulus probability on anti-saccade error rates. Exp. Brain Res. 159:268-272

 

26. Munoz DP, Everling S (2004) Look away: The anti-saccade task and the voluntary control of eye movement. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 5: 218-228

 

25. Brown MRG, DeSouza JFX, Goltz HC, Ford KA, Menon RS, Goodale MA, Everling S (2004) Comparison of memory- and visually-guided saccades using event-related fMRI.  J. Neurophysiol. 91:873-889

 

24. DeSouza JFX, Everling S (2004) Focused attention modulates visual responses in the primate prefrontal cortex. J. Neurophysiol. 91: 855-862

 

 

2003
 

23. Khan SA, Ford K, Timney B, Everling S (2003) Effects of ethanol on anti-saccade task performance. Exp. Brain Res.  150: 68-74

 

22. DeSouza JFX, Menon RS, Everling S (2003) Preparatory set associated with pro-saccades and anti-saccades in humans investigated with event-related FMRI. J. Neurophysiol. 89:1016-23

 

 

2002

 

21. Tinsley CJ, Everling S (2002) Contribution of the prefrontal cortex to the gap effect. Prog. Brain Res. 140: 61-72. 

 

20. Dorris MC, Klein RM, Everling S, Munoz DP (2002) Contribution of the monkey superior colliculus to inhibition of return. J. Cogn. Neurosci. 14: 1256-1263.

 

19. Gribble PL, Everling S, Ford K, Mattar A (2002) Hand-eye coordination for rapid pointing movements: Arm movement direction and distance are specified prior to saccade onset. Exp. Brain Res. 145: 372-82.

 

18. Everling S, Tinsley CJ, Gaffan D, Duncan J (2002) Filtering of neural signals by focused attention in monkey prefrontal cortex. Nature Neuroscience 5: 671-676

 

17. Matthews A, Flohr H, Everling S (2002) Cortical activation associated with mid-trial change of instruction in a saccade task. Exp. Brain Res. 143: 488-498

 

 

2001
 

16. Everling S, Matthews A, Flohr H (2001) Prestimulus cortical potentials predict the performance in a saccadic distractor paradigm. Clin. Neurophysiol. 112: 1088-1095.

 

 

2000

 

15. Munoz DP, Dorris MC, Paré M, Everling S (2000) On your mark, get set: brainstem circuitry underlying saccadic initiation. Can. J. Physiol. Pharmacol.  78: 934-944.

 

14. Bell AH, Everling S, Munoz DP (2000) The influence of stimulus eccentricity and direction on characteristics of pro- and anti-saccades in non-human primates. J. Neurophysiol. 84: 2595-2604

 

13. Everling S, Munoz DP (2000) Neuronal correlates for preparatory set associated with pro-saccades and anti-saccades in the primate frontal eye field. J. Neurosci. 20: 387-400

 

 

1999
 

12. Spantekow A, Krappmann P, Everling S, Flohr H (1999) Event-related potentials and saccadic reaction times: Effects of fixation point offset or change. Exp. Brain Res. 127: 291-297

 

11. Everling S, Dorris MC, Klein RM, Munoz DP (1999) Role of primate superior colliculus in preparation and execution of anti-saccades and pro-saccades. J. Neurosci. 19: 2740-2754

 

 

1998
 

10. Krappmann P, Everling S, Flohr H (1998) Accuracy of visually and memory-guided antisaccades in man. Vision Res. 38: 2979-2985.

 

9. Krappmann P, Everling S (1998) Spatial accuracy and secondary memory-guided saccades in schizophrenic patients. Schizophr. Res. 30: 183-185

 

8. Everling S, Dorris MC, Munoz DP (1998) Reflex suppression in the anti-saccade task is dependent on prestimulus neural processes. J. Neurophysiol. 80: 1584-1589

 

7. Everling S, Fischer B (1998) The antisaccade: A review of basic research and clinical studies. Neuropsychologia 36: 885-899

 

6. Everling S, Paré M, Dorris MC, Munoz DP (1998) Comparison of the discharge characteristics of brain stem omnipause neurons and superior colliculus fixation neurons in monkey: Implications for control of fixation and saccade behavior. J. Neurophysiol. 79: 511-528

 

5. Everling S, Spantekow A, Krappmann P, Flohr H (1998) Event-related potentials associated with correct and incorrect responses in a cued antisaccade task. Exp. Brain Res. 118: 27-34

 

 

1997

 

4. Everling S, Krappmann P, Spantekow A, Flohr H (1997) Influence of pre-target cortical potentials on saccadic reaction times. Exp. Brain Res. 115: 479-484

 

3. Everling S, Krappmann P, Flohr H (1997) Cortical potentials preceding pro- and anti-saccades in man. Electroencephalogr. clin. Neurophysiol. 102: 356-362

 

 

1996

 

2. Everling S, Krappmann P, Spantekow A, Flohr H (1996) Cortical potentials during the gap prior to express and fast regular saccades. Exp. Brain Res. 111: 139-143

 

1. Everling S, Krappmann P, Preuss S, Brand A, Flohr H (1996) Hypometric primary saccades of schizophrenics in a delayed response task. Exp. Brain Res. 111: 289-295