Richard Faville, Ben Kottler, Geoff Goodhill, Paul Shaw, Bruno van Swinderen (2015) How deeply does your mutant sleep? Probing arousal to better understand sleep defects in Drosophila. Scientific Reports

Angelique Paulk, Jacqui Stacey, Thomas Pearson, Gavin Taylor, Richard Moore, Mandyam Srinivasan, Bruno van Swinderen (2014) Selective attention in the honeybee optic lobes precedes behavioral choices. PNAS

Richard Moore, Gavin Taylor, Angelique Paulk, Thomas Pearson, Bruno van Swinderen, Mandyam Srinivasan (2014) FicTrac: A visual method for tracking spherical motion and generating fictive animal paths. Journal of Neuroscience Methods

Bruno van Swinderen & Ben Kottler (2014) Explaining general anesthesia: a two step hypothesis linking sleep circuits and the synaptic release machinery. BioEssays

Angelique Paulk, Yanqiong Zhou, Pater Stratton, Li Liu, Bruno van Swinderen (2013) Multichannel recordings in behaving Drosophila reveal oscillatory activity and local coherence in response to sensory stimulation and circuit activation. Journal of Neurophysiology. …………………………………cover!

Bart van Alphen, Melvyn Yap, Leonie Kirszenblat, Ben Kottler, & Bruno van Swinderen (2013) A dynamic deep sleep stage in Drosophila. Journal of Neuroscience

Ben Kottler, Hong Bao, Oressia Zalucki, Wendy Imlach, Michael Troup, Bart van Alphen, Angelique Paulk, Bing Zhang, Bruno van Swinderen (2013) A sleep/wake circuit controls isoflurane sensitivity in Drosophila. Current Biology

Benjamin Calcagno, Daryl Eyles, Bart van Alphen, & Bruno van Swinderen (2013) Transient activation of dopmainergic neurons during development modulates visual responsiveness, locomotion, and brain activity in a dopamine ontogeny model of schizophrenia. Translational Psychiatry.

Bruno van Swinderen (2012) Competing visual flicker reveals attention-like rivalry in the fly brain. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience.

Angelique Paulk, Sean Millard, Bruno van Swinderen (2012). Vision in Drosophila: seeing the world through a models’s eyes. Annual Reviews in Entomology.

Steven Miller, Trung Ngo, & Bruno van Swinderen (2012). Attentional switching in humans and flies: rivalry in large and miniature brains. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Bruno van Swinderen (2011) Attention in Drosophila. International Review of Neurobiology.

Bart van Alphen and Bruno van Swinderen (2011). Drosophila strategies to study psychiatric disorders. Brain Research Bulletin.

Oliver Evans, Angelique Paulk, and Bruno van Swinderen (2011). An automated paradigm for Drosophila visual psychophysics. PLoS One.

Brun0 van Swinderen and Rozi Andretic (2011). Dopamine in Drosophila: setting arousal thresholds in a miniature brain. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences.

Bruno van Swinderen and Bjoern Brembs (2010). Attention-like deficit and hyperactivity in a Drosophila memory mutant. Journal of Neuroscience.

Bruno van Swinderen (2009). Fly memory: a mushroom body story in parts. Current Biology.

Bruno van Swinderen, Amber McCartney, Sarah Kauffman, Kris Flores, Kunal Agrawal, Jenee Wagner, Angelique Paulk (2009). Shared visual attention and memory systems in the Drosophila brain. PLoS One.

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