Kevin Whittingstall
Kevin Whittingstall
Associate Professor, Universite de Sherbrooke
Verified email at usherbrooke.ca
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A voice region in the monkey brain
CI Petkov, C Kayser, T Steudel, K Whittingstall, M Augath, NK Logothetis
Nature neuroscience 11 (3), 367-374, 2008
3492008
Frequency-band coupling in surface EEG reflects spiking activity in monkey visual cortex
K Whittingstall, NK Logothetis
Neuron 64 (2), 281-289, 2009
3242009
Towards quantitative connectivity analysis: reducing tractography biases
G Girard, K Whittingstall, R Deriche, M Descoteaux
Neuroimage 98, 266-278, 2014
2062014
A toolbox for the fast information analysis of multiple-site LFP, EEG and spike train recordings
C Magri, K Whittingstall, V Singh, NK Logothetis, S Panzeri
BMC neuroscience 10 (1), 81, 2009
1952009
Effects of neural synchrony on surface EEG
S Musall, V von Pföstl, A Rauch, NK Logothetis, K Whittingstall
Cerebral Cortex 24 (4), 1045-1053, 2014
972014
Understanding the relationships between spike rate and delta/gamma frequency bands of LFPs and EEGs using a local cortical network model
A Mazzoni, K Whittingstall, N Brunel, NK Logothetis, S Panzeri
Neuroimage 52 (3), 956-972, 2010
962010
Effects of dipole position, orientation and noise on the accuracy of EEG source localization
K Whittingstall, G Stroink, L Gates, JF Connolly, A Finley
Biomedical engineering online 2 (1), 1-5, 2003
752003
Real-time multi-peak tractography for instantaneous connectivity display
M Chamberland, K Whittingstall, D Fortin, D Mathieu, M Descoteaux
Frontiers in neuroinformatics 8, 59, 2014
702014
Individual differences in pain sensitivity vary as a function of precuneus reactivity
P Goffaux, L Girard-Tremblay, S Marchand, K Daigle, K Whittingstall
Brain topography 27 (3), 366-374, 2014
532014
Dopamine-induced dissociation of BOLD and neural activity in macaque visual cortex
D Zaldivar, A Rauch, K Whittingstall, NK Logothetis, J Goense
Current Biology 24 (23), 2805-2811, 2014
482014
Evaluating the spatial relationship of event‐related potential and functional MRI sources in the primary visual cortex
K Whittingstall, G Stroink, M Schmidt
Human brain mapping 28 (2), 134-142, 2007
482007
Ketogenic medium chain triglycerides increase brain energy metabolism in Alzheimer’s disease
E Croteau, CA Castellano, MA Richard, M Fortier, S Nugent, M Lepage, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 64 (2), 551-561, 2018
462018
Regional variations in vascular density correlate with resting‐state and task‐evoked blood oxygen level‐dependent signal amplitude
N Vigneau‐Roy, M Bernier, M Descoteaux, K Whittingstall
Human brain mapping 35 (5), 1906-1920, 2014
442014
Structural network underlying visuospatial imagery in humans
K Whittingstall, M Bernier, JC Houde, D Fortin, M Descoteaux
Cortex 56, 85-98, 2014
432014
Integration of EEG source imaging and fMRI during continuous viewing of natural movies
K Whittingstall, A Bartels, V Singh, S Kwon, NK Logothetis
Magnetic resonance imaging 28 (8), 1135-1142, 2010
432010
A ketogenic drink improves brain energy and some measures of cognition in mild cognitive impairment
M Fortier, CA Castellano, E Croteau, F Langlois, C Bocti, V St-Pierre, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 15 (5), 625-634, 2019
402019
Glucose hypometabolism is highly localized, but lower cortical thickness and brain atrophy are widespread in cognitively normal older adults
S Nugent, CA Castellano, P Goffaux, K Whittingstall, M Lepage, N Paquet, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism 306 (11), E1315 …, 2014
382014
Active delineation of Meyer's loop using oriented priors through MAGNEtic tractography (MAGNET)
M Chamberland, B Scherrer, SP Prabhu, J Madsen, D Fortin, ...
Human brain mapping 38 (1), 509-527, 2017
362017
Effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation on visual evoked potentials in a visual suppression task
A Reichenbach, K Whittingstall, A Thielscher
Neuroimage 54 (2), 1375-1384, 2011
352011
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of awake behaving macaques
JBM Goense, K Whittingstall, NK Logothetis
Methods 50 (3), 178-188, 2010
352010
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