Farashahi S, Donahue CH, Khorsand P, Seo H, Lee D, and Soltani A. Metaplasticity as a neural substrate for adaptive learning choice under uncertainty. Neuron 94: 401-414.e6 [pdf file] [web]
Seo H and Lee D (2017) Reinforcement learning and strategic reasoning during social decision making. In: Dreher J-C and Tremblay L (eds) Decision Neuroscience: an integrative perspective. 1st. edition, p 225-231 [web]
Seo H, Kim S, Cai X, Donahue CH, and Lee D (2017) Neural correlates of strategic decision making in the primate prefrontal cortex. In: Watanabe M (ed) Prefrontal cortex as an executive, emotional and social brain. Springer, pp 3-15. [web]
Lee D and Seo H (2016) Neural basis of strategic decision making. Trends in Neuroscience 39: 40-48 [web]
Gruner P, Anticevic A, Lee D, and Pittenger C (2016) Arbitration between action strategies in obsessive-compulsive disoder. The Neuroscientist 22: 188-198 [web]
Arnsten AFT, Murray JD, Seo H, and Lee D (2016) Ketamine's antidepressant actions: potential mechanisms in the primate medial prefrontal circuits that represent aversive experience. Biological Psychiatry 79: 713-715 [web]
Groman SM, Smith NJ, Petrulli JR, Massi B, Chen L, Ropchan J, Huang Y, Lee D, Morris ED, and Taylor JR (2016) Dopamine D3 receptor availability is associated with inflexible decision making. Journal of Neuroscience 36: 6732-6741 [web]
Kleinman MR, Sohn H, and Lee D (2016) A two-stage model of concurrent interval timing in monkeys. Journal of Neurophysiology 116: 1068-1081 [web]
Donahue CH, Lee D (2015) Dynamic routing of task-relevant signals for decision making in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Nature Neuroscience 18: 295-301 [web] [Yale Daily]
Kim K, Huh N, Jang Y, Lee D, Jung MW (2015) Effect of fictive reward on rat's choice behavior. Scientific Reports 5:8040 [web]
Vickery TJ, Kleinman MR, Chun MM, and Lee D (2015) Opponent identity influences value learning in simple games. Journal of Neuroscience 35: 11133-11143 [web]
Gamo NJ, Lur G, Higley MJ, Wang M, Paspalas CD, Vijayraghavan S, Yang Y, Ramos BP, Peng K, Kata A, Boven L, Lin F, Roman L, Lee D, and Arnsten AFT (2015) Stress impairs prefrontal cortical function through D1 dopamine receptor interactions with HCN channels. Biological Psychiatry 78: 860-870 [web]
Murray JD, Bernacchia A, Freedman DJ, Romo R, Wallis JD, Cai X, Padoa-Schioppa C, Pasternak T, Seo H, Lee D, Wang XJ (2014) A hierarchy of intrinsic timescales across primate cortex. Nature Neuroscience 17: 1661-1663. [web]
Livingstone MS, Pettine WW, Srihasam K, Moore BS, Morocz IA, Lee D (2014) Symbol addition by monkeys: evidence for normalized quantity coding. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA. 111:6822-6827. [web]
Donahue CH, Seo H, Lee D (2013) Cortical signals for rewarded actions and strategic exploration. Neuron 80: 223-234 [pdf file] [preview]
Newsome WT, Glimcher PW, Gottlieb J, Lee D, Platt ML (2013) Comment on "In monkeys making value-based decisions, LIP neurons encode salience and not action value". Science 340: 430. [pdf file]
Lee D (2013) Decision making: from neuroscience to psychiatry. Neuron 78: 233-248. [pdf file]
Kim H, Lee D, and Jung MW (2013) Signals for previous goal choice persist in the dorsomedial, but not dorsolateral striatum of rats. Journal of Neuroscience 33: 35-51. [pdf file]
Jo S, Kim K, Lee D, Jung MW (2013) Effect of orbitofrontal lesions on temporal discounting in rats. Behavioural Brain Research 245: 22-28 [pdf file]
Lee D, Kim S, and Seo H (2013) Role of prefrontal cortex in reinforcement learning and decision making. In: Stuss DT, Knight RT (eds), Principles of Frontal Lobe Functions. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press, pp.259-272.
Maoz U, Rutishzuser U, Kim S, Cai X, Lee D, Koch C (2013) Predeliberation activity in prefrontal cortex and striatum and the prediction of subsequent value judgment. Frontiers in Neuroscience 7:225. [pdf file]
Lee D, Dorris MC (2013) Brain circuitry for social decision-making in non-human primates. In: Glimcher PW, Fehr E (eds) Neuroeconomics: decision making and the brain. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press pp. 259-272.
Bernacchia A, Seo H, Lee D, and Wang XJ (2011) A reservoir of time constants for memory traces in cortical neurons. Nature Neurosci 14: 366-372. [pdf file]
Lee D, Seo H (2011) Neural and behavioral variability related to stochastic choices during a mixed-strategy game. In: Ding M, Glanzman DL (eds) Dynamic Brain, Oxford Univ Press, pp 255-275.
Cai X, Kim S, and Lee D (2011) Heterogeneous coding of temporally discounted values in the dorsal and ventral striatum during intertemporal choice. Neuron 69: 170-182. [pdf file][Yale Daily][Science News]
Lee D and X-J Wang (2008) Neural circuit mechanisms for stochastic decision making in the primate frontal cortex. In Neuroeconomics: Decision making and the brain (Glimcher PW, Camerer CF, Fehr E, and Poldrack RA, eds), Academic Press, pp 481- 501.
Lee D (2008) Game theory and neural basis of social decision making. Nature Neurosci. 11: 404-409. [pdf file]
Sohn J-W, and Lee D (2007) Order-dependent modulation of directional signals in the supplementary and pre-supplementary motor areas. J Neurosci. 27: 13655-13666. [pdf file]
Lee D (2007) To touch or not to touch: posterior parietal cortex and voluntary behavior. Neuron 56: 419-421. [pdf file]
Kim Y, Huh N, Lee H, Baeg E, Lee D, and Jung MW (2007) Encoding of action history in the rat ventral striatum. J Neurophysiol. 98: 3548-3556. [pdf file]
Kim H, Lee D, Shin Y-M, and Chey J (2007) Impaired strategic decision-making in schizophrenia. Brain Res. 1180: 90-100. [pdf file]
Seo H and Lee D (2007) Temporal filtering of reward signals in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex during a mixed-strategy game. J Neurosci 27: 8366-8377.[pdf file]
Lee D, Rushworth M, Walton M, Watanabe M, and Sakagami M (2007) Functional specialization of the primate frontal cortex during decision making. J Neurosci 27: 8170-8173. [pdf file]
Seo H, Barraclough DJ, and Lee D (2007) Dynamic signals related to choices and outcomes in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Cereb Cortex 17: i110-i117. [pdf file]
Lee D and Seo H (2007) Mechanisms of reinforcement learning and decision making in the primate dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1104: 108-122. [pdf file]
Averbeck BB and Lee D (2007) Prefrontal neural correlates of memory for sequences. J Neurosci 27: 2204-2211. [pdf file]
Lee D, Barraclough DJ, and Seo H (2007) Neural basis of social interactions in primates. In: Attention and Performance XXII: sensorimotor foundation of higher cognition (Haggard P, Rossetti, Y. & Kawato, M. Eds). Oxford Univ. Press, pp. 249-265.
Averbeck BB and Lee D (2003). Neural noise and movement-related codes in the macaque supplementary motor area. J Neurosci. 23: 7630-7641. [pdf file]
Lee D (2003). Coherent oscillations in neuronal activity of the supplementary motor area during a visuomotor task. J Neurosci. 23: 6798-6809. [pdf file]
Lee D and Quessy S (2003). Visual search is facilitated by scene and sequence familiarity in rhesus monkeys. Vision Research 43:1455-1463.
Lee D and Quessy S (2003). Activity in the supplementary motor area related to learning and performance during a sequential visuomotor task. J. Neurophysiol. 89: 1039-1056. [pdf file]
Kruse W, Port NL, Lee D, and Georgopoulso AP (2003) Neural mechanisms of catching: translating moving target information into hand interception movement. In: Johnson-Frey SH (Ed), Taking action: cognitive neuroscience perspective on intentional acts. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Lee D (2000) Learning of spatial and temporal patterns in sequential hand movements. Cogn. Brain Res. 9:35-39. [pdf file]
Jung MW, Qin Y, Lee D, and Mook-Jung I (2000) Relationship among discharges of neighboring neurons in the rat prefrontal cortex during spatial working memory tasks. J. Neurosci. 20: 6166-6172. [pdf file]
Lee D (1999) Effects of exogenous and endogenous attention on visually guided hand movements. Cogn. Brain Res. 8: 143-156. [pdf file]
Lee D, Port NL, Kruse W, and Georgopoulos AP (1998) Variability and correlated noise in the discharge of neurons in motor and parietal areas of the primate cortex. J. Neurosci. 18: 1161-1170. [pdf file]
Lee D and Malpeli JG (1998) Effects of saccades on the activity of neurons in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus. J. Neurophysiol. 79: 922-936. [pdf file]
Lee D, Port NL, Kruse W, and Georgopoulos AP (1998). Neuronal population coding: Multielectrode recordings in primate cerebral cortex. H. Eichenbaum and J. Davis (Eds), In Neuronal Ensembles : Strategies for Recording and Decoding, New York: Wiley.
Port NL, Lee D, Dassonville P, and Georgopoulos AP (1997) Manual interception of moving targets: I. Performance and movement initiation. Exp. Brain Res. 116: 406-420. [pdf file]
Lee D, Port NL, and Georgopoulos AP (1997) Manual interception of moving targets: II. Online control of overlapping submovements. Exp. Brain Res. 116: 421-433. [pdf file]
Malpeli JG, Lee D, and Baker FH (1996). Laminar and retinotopic organization of the macaque lateral geniculate nucleus: magnocellular and parvocellular magnification functions. J. Comp. Neurol. 375: 363-377. [pdf file]
Lee D and Malpeli JG (1995) Retinal representation: response. Science 267: 1038. [pdf file]
Lee D and Malpeli JG (1994) Global form and singularity: modelling the blind spot's role in geniculate morphogenesis. Science 263: 1292-1294. [pdf file]
Malpeli JG and Lee D (1994) Thermodynamic model of the morphogenesis of the primate lateral geniculate nucleus. Proc. Inter. Conf. Neural Information Processing, 1: 309-314.
Lee D, Lee C, and Malpeli JG (1992). Acuity-sensitivity trade-offs of X and Y cells in the cat lateral geniculate complex: role of the medial interlaminar nucleus in scotopic vision. J. Neurophysiol. 68: 1235-1247. [pdf file]
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