David Crowe

Ph.D. 2001

Thesis Title:

Cortical Maze Processing

Current Position:

Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Augsburg College

Major Advisor(s):

Apostolos Georgopoulos, M.D., Ph.D.

Selected Publications:

  • Christopoulos VN, Boeff DV, Evans CD, Crowe DA, Amirikian B, Georgopoulos A, Georgopoulos AP (2012) A network analysis of developing brain cultures.  Journal of Neural Engineering, 9(4):046008.
  • Merchant H, Crowe DA, Robertson MS, Fortes AF, Georgopoulos AP (2011) Top-down spatial categorization signal from prefrontal to posterior parietal cortex in the primate.  Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience.  5:69.
  • Crowe DA, Leuthold AC, Georgopoulos AP (2010) Differential brain activity states during the perception and nonperception of illusory motion as revealed by magnetoencephalography. Procedings of the National Acadamy of Science USA. 107(52):22677-81.
  • Crowe DA, Averbeck BB, Chafee MV (2010) Rapid sequences of population activity patterns dynamically encode task-critical spatial information in parietal cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 30(35):11640-53.
  • Caminiti R, Chafee MV, Battaglia-Mayer A, Averbeck BB, Crowe DA, Georgopoulos AP (2010) Understanding the parietal lobe syndrome from a neurophysiological and evolutionary perspective. European Journal of Neuroscience, 31(12):2320-40.
  • Hedgecock, W.M., Crowe DA, Leuthold A.C., Georgopoulos AP (2010) A Magnetoencephalography study of choice bias, Experimental Brain Research. 202(1):121-7.
  • Johnson A, Crowe DA (2008) Revisiting Tolman, his theories and cognitive maps, Cognitive Critique, 1:43-72.
  • Averbeck BB, Crowe DA, Chafee MV, Georgopoulos AP (2008) Differential contribution of superior parietal and dorsal-lateral prefrontal cortices in copying, Cortex, 45(3):432-41.
  • Crowe DA, Averbeck BB, Chafee MV (2008) Neural ensemble decoding reveals a correlate of viewer- to object-centered spatial transformation in monkey parietal cortex, Journal of Neuroscience, 28(20):5218-28.
  • Chafee MV, Averbeck BB, Crowe DA (2007) Representing spatial relationships in posterior parietal cortex: single neurons code object-referenced position, Cerebral Cortex, 17(12):2914-32.
David Crowe