Flavia Filimon

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Filimon, F; Nelson, JD (shared 1st authorship); Sejnowski, TJ; Sereno, MI; Cottrell, GW (submitted). Dissociation Between Information Expectation, Reward Anticipation, and Reward Receipt in the Ventral Striatum.

Wu, CM; Meder, B; Filimon, F; Nelson, JD (in press). Asking better questions: How presentation formats influence information search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

Filimon, F (2015). Are all spatial reference frames egocentric? Reinterpreting evidence for allocentric, object-centered, or world-centered reference frames. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9:648, 1-21. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00648.

Filimon, F; Rieth, CA (shared first-authorship); Sereno, MI; Cottrell, GW (2014). Observed, Executed, and Imagined Action Representations can be decoded from Ventral and Dorsal Areas. Cerebral Cortex 25(9):3144-3158. (journal link)   (final proofs pdf)
doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhu110

Filimon, F; Philiastides, MG; Nelson, JD; Kloosterman, NA; Heekeren, HR (2013). How embodied is perceptual decision making? -- Evidence for separate processing of perceptual and motor decisions. Journal of Neuroscience 33(5):2121-2136. (pdf) (doi)

Filimon, F (2010). Human Cortical Control of Hand Movements: Parietofrontal Networks for Reaching, Grasping, and Pointing. The Neuroscientist, 16(4), 388-407. (pdf) (doi)

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Huang, R.-S.; Sereno, MI (2009). Multiple parietal reach regions in humans: cortical representations for visual and proprioceptive feedback during online reaching. Journal of Neuroscience 29(9), 2961-2971. (pdf) (doi)

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Hagler, DJ, Sereno, MI (2007). Human cortical representations for reaching: Mirror neurons for execution, observation, and imagery. NeuroImage (37), 1315-1328. (pdf) (doi)

Filimon, F (2008). Multisensory and Sensorimotor Representations for Action in Human Posterior Parietal Cortex investigated with functional MRI. Doctoral Dissertation. University of California, San Diego. (link)

Bryant, D, Filimon, F , Gray, RD (2005). Untangling our past: Languages, trees, splits and networks. (book chapter). In: The evolution of cultural diversity, Ruth Mace, Clare J. Holden and Stephen Shennan (eds.), UCL press.

In Preparation:

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Kothiyal, A; Lennan, C; Gigerenzer, G (in preparation). Distinct neural substrates underlie reward-based decisions in visual, auditory, and cognitive probabilistic environments learned via experience: an event-related fMRI study.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Schiebener, J; Brand, M; Volz, K (in preparation). Probabilistic perceptual categorization decisions rely on distinct neural activations when probabilities are learned from experience as opposed to description.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Huang, R-S.; Sereno, MI (in preparation). Overlap between tactile and visual spatial representations in human parietal cortex.

Filimon, F; Huang, R-S.; Nelson, JD; Sereno, MI (in preparation). Non-visual arm, hand, and finger movement activations in human posterior parietal cortex.


PUBLISHED CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS

Filimon, F; Kothiyal, A; Nelson, JD; Gigerenzer, G (2015, Oct). Distinct neural substrates underlie reward-based decisions in visual, auditory, and cognitive probabilistic environments learned via experience: an event-related fMRI study. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Nelson, JD; Filimon, F; Schiebener, J; Brand, M; Volz, K (2015, Oct). Probabilistic classification decisions in the perceptual domain rely on distinct neural activations when probabilities are learned from experience as opposed to description. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Wu, C; Meder, B; Nelson, JD; Filimon, F (2015, Aug). The effect of Presentation Formats on Rational Information Search. Paper at Subjective Probability, Utility and Decision Making (SPUDM) conference, Budapest, Hungary.

Filimon, F; Rieth, CA; Sereno, MI; Cottrell, GW (2013). Distributed action representations revealed with multi-voxel pattern analysis. Society for Neuroscience conference, San Diego, USA. Program No. 264.15.

Filimon, F (2012, June). Does multi-voxel pattern analysis solve the reverse inference problem? On decoding fMRI activations and 'mind reading'. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference (ASIC), Cala Gonone, Sardinia, Italy.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Cottrell, GW; Sereno, MI; Sejnowski, TJ (2012, Apr). The value of information overlaps with cortical and subcortical reward structures. TeaP (Experimental Psychology) Conference, University of Mannheim, Germany.

Filimon, F, Kloosterman, NA, Nelson, JD, Philiastides, MG, Heekeren, HR (2011). Perceptual decision making: disentangling perceptual and motor decisions with event-related fMRI. Talk given at the Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference (ASIC), Caldes de Boí, Spain.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Sejnowski, TJ; Sereno, MI; Cottrell, GW (2010, November). Expected value of information overlaps with reward circuits in humans. Talk given at the Society for Neuroscience conference, San Diego, USA.

Filimon, F; Kloosterman, NA, Nelson, JD, Philiastides, MG, Heekeren, HR (2010, April). Disentangling sensory integration and motor planning during perceptual decisionmaking: an event-related fMRI study. Cognitive Neuroscience Society conference, Montréal, Canada.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD, Kloosterman, NA, Philiastides, MG, Heekeren, HR (2009, October). Sensory and motor correlates of perceptual decision making investigated with fMRI. Talk given at the Society for Neuroscience conference, Chicago, USA.

Filimon, F (2008, November). Non-spatial posterior parietal activations for finger, hand, and arm movements in humans. Society for Neuroscience conference, San Diego, USA.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD, Sereno, MI (2007, November). Tactile spatial exploration in humans investigated with fMRI. Society for Neuroscience conference, San Diego, USA.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD, Sereno, MI. (2007, May). Human fMRI of tactile spatial representations. Journal of Vision, 7(9):301, 301a, doi:10.1167/7.9.301.

Filimon, F; Nelson, JD; Sereno, MI (2006, May). Egocentric and allocentric reference frames for eye movements - an fMRI study. Journal of Vision, 6(6), 979a, http://journalofvision.org/6/6/979/.

Nelson, JD; Cottrell, GW; Filimon, F; Sejnowski, T (2005, Dec). Optimal experimental design models of naive human information acquisition. NIPS 2005, Whistler, Canada.

Sadaghiani, S, Filimon, F, Hagler, DJ, Sereno MI (2005, Oct.) Spatiotemporal brain-activation pattern during visually-guided reaching using cortical surfacebased event-related methods. Society for Neuroscience 2005, Washington D.C.

Filimon, F, Nelson, JD, and Sereno, MI (2005, July). Mirror neurons for observation, mental simulation, and execution of reaching movements in humans. ASIC 2005, Briançon, France.

Filimon, F, Nelson, JD, & Sereno, MI (2005). Parietal cortex involvement in visually guided, non-visually guided, observed, and imagined reaching, compared to saccades Journal of Vision, 5(8), 629a, http://journalofvision.org/5/8/629/, doi:10.1167/5.8.629.

Filimon, F, Nelson, JD, and Sereno, MI (2005). Human parietal activations to visually guided and non-visually guided reaching versus saccades. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY, April 2005.

Filimon, F, and Sereno, MI(2004). Direct reaching and eye movements to visual targets studied with fMRI. Talk given at the Society for Neuroscience, program number 603.14, San Diego, USA, October 2004.

Sereno, MI; Huang, R; Saygin, A; Filimon, F; Hagler, D (2004). Retinotopy of human cortex using phase-encoded video. Society for Neuroscience, program number 709.7, San Diego, USA, October 2004.

Filimon, F, Hagler, DJ, and Sereno, MI (2004). Overlapping neural substrates for executed, observed, and imagined reaching movements: a functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging study. Annual meeting of the Society for Cognitive Neuroscience, San Francisco, USA, April 2004.