Pragathi Priyadharsini Balasubramani
Pragathi Priyadharsini Balasubramani
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An extended reinforcement learning model of basal ganglia to understand the contributions of serotonin and dopamine in risk-based decision making, reward prediction, and …
PP Balasubramani, VS Chakravarthy, B Ravindran, AA Moustafa
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 8, 47, 2014
A computational model of altered gait patterns in parkinson’s disease patients negotiating narrow doorways
V Muralidharan, PP Balasubramani, S Chakravarthy, SJG Lewis, ...
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 7, 190, 2014
A network model of basal ganglia for understanding the roles of dopamine and serotonin in reward-punishment-risk based decision making
PP Balasubramani, VS Chakravarthy, B Ravindran, AA Moustafa
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 9, 76, 2015
Computational model of precision grip in Parkinson's disease: a utility based approach
A Gupta, PP Balasubramani, S Chakravarthy
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 7, 172, 2013
The Basal Ganglia System as an Engine for Exploration
VS Chakravarthy, PP Balasubramani
Computational Neuroscience Models of the Basal Ganglia, 59-96, 2018
A Neurocomputational Model of the Effect of Cognitive Load on Freezing of Gait in Parkinson's Disease
V Muralidharan, PP Balasubramani, VS Chakravarthy, M Gilat, SJG Lewis, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 649, 2017
Identifying the basal ganglia network model markers for medication-induced impulsivity in Parkinson's Disease patients
PP Balasubramani, VS Chakravarthy, M Ali, B Ravindran, AA Moustafa
PloS one 10 (6), e0127542, 2015
Using a simple neural network to delineate some principles of distributed economic choice
PP Balasubramani, R Moreno-Bote, BY Hayden
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 12, 22, 2018
The many facets of dopamine: Toward an integrative theory of the role of dopamine in managing the body's energy resources
S Chakravarthy, PP Balasubramani, A Mandali, M Jahanshahi, ...
Physiology & behavior 195, 128-141, 2018
Understanding the role of serotonin in basal ganglia through a unified model
BP Priyadharsini, B Ravindran, VS Chakravarthy
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 467-473, 2012
A cortico-basal ganglia model to understand the neural dynamics of targeted reaching in normal and parkinson’s conditions
V Muralidharan, A Mandali, PP Balasubramani, H Mehta, ...
Computational Neuroscience Models of the Basal Ganglia, 167-195, 2018
Bipolar oscillations between positive and negative mood states in a computational model of Basal Ganglia
PP Balasubramani, VS Chakravarthy
Cognitive Neurodynamics 14 (2), 181-202, 2020
25th annual computational neuroscience meeting: CNS-2016
TO Sharpee, A Destexhe, M Kawato, V Sekulić, FK Skinner, DK Wójcik, ...
BMC Neuroscience 17 (1), 54, 2016
Activity in orbitofrontal neuronal ensembles reflects inhibitory control
PP Balasubramani, MC Pesce, BY Hayden
European Journal of Neuroscience 51 (10), 2033-2051, 2020
Modeling Serotonin’s contributions to basal ganglia dynamics
PP Balasubramani, VS Chakravarthy, B Ravindran, AA Moustafa
Computational Neuroscience Models of the Basal Ganglia, 215-243, 2018
SimBSI: An open-source Simulink library for developing closed-loop brain signal interfaces in animals and humans
A Ojeda, N Buscher, P Balasubramani, V Maric, D Ramanathan, J Mishra
Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express 6 (3), 035023, 2020
Neural circuit models of the serotonergic system
PP Balasubramani, VS Chakravarthy, KF Wong-Lin, DH Wang, JY Cohen, ...
Computational models of brain and behavior, 389-400, 2017
26th annual computational neuroscience meeting (CNS* 2017): Part 3
AJH Newton, AH Seidenstein, RA McDougal, A Pérez-Cervera, G Huguet, ...
BMC neuroscience 18 (1), 1-82, 2017
Mapping Cognitive Brain Functions at Scale
PP Balasubramani, A Ojeda, V Maric, H Le, G Grennan, F Alim, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Shared neuronal bases of inhibition and economic choice in orbitofrontal cortex
P Balasubramani, B Hayden
bioRxiv, 2020
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