Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Ding Lab


Selected Publications

Frontal eye field and caudate neurons make different contributions to reward-biased perceptual decisions. Fan Y, Gold JI, Ding L eLife 2020; 9: e60535. Full Text

The caudate nucleus contributes causally to decisions that balance reward and uncertain visual information. Doi T, Fan Y, Gold JI, Ding L eLife 2020;9:e56694. Full Text

Ongoing, rational calibration of reward-driven perceptual biases. Fan Y, Gold JI, Ding L eLife 2018;7:e36018. Full Text

Distinct dynamics of ramping activity in the frontal cortex and caudate nucleus in monkeys. Ding L. J Neurophysiol 2015 Sep;114(3):1850-61. Pubmed Full Text   

The basal ganglia's contributions to perceptual decision making. Ding L, Gold JI. Neuron 2013 Aug 21;79(4):640-9.  Pubmed Full Text   

Separate, causal roles of the caudate in saccadic choice and execution in a perceptual decision task. Ding L, Gold JI. Neuron 2012 Sep 6;75(5):865-74.  Pubmed Full Text | Video

Neural correlates of perceptual decision making before, during, and after decision commitment in monkey frontal eye field. Ding L, Gold JI. Cerebral Cortex 2012 May;22(5):1052-67. Pubmed Full Text   

Caudate encodes multiple computations for perceptual decisions. Ding L, Gold JI. J Neurosci 2010 Nov 24;30(47):15747-59. Pubmed Full Text   

Temporal development of asymmetric reward-induced bias in macaques. Ding L, Hikosaka O.  J Neurophysiol 2007 Jan;97(1):57-61. Pubmed Full Text   

Comparison of reward modulation in the frontal eye field and caudate of the macaque. Ding L, Hikosaka O.  J Neurosci 2006 Jun 21;26(25):6695-703. Pubmed Full Text