Journal Articles:

  • Kar, Kohitij, and Krekelberg, Bart. “Testing the assumptions underlying fMRI adaptation using intracortical recordings in area MT.” Cortex (2016)Link
  • Kar, Kohitij, Duijnhouwer, Jacob, and Krekelberg, Bart. “Transcranial alternating current stimulation attenuates neuronal adaptation.” Journal of Neuroscience (2016)

Conference abstracts:

  • Kar, K., Kubilius, J., Issa, E., Schmidt, K., amd DiCarlo, J: Evidence that feedback is required for object identuty inferences computed by the ventral stream. COSYNE 2017, Salt Lake City, Utah. AbstractPoster
  • Lafon, B., Liu, A., Minas, P., Kar, K., Bikson, M., Friedman, D., Krekelberg, B., Parra, L.”Direct experimental validation of computational current flow models with intracranial recordings in human and non-human primates.” NYC Neuromodulation 2015Abstract
  • Kar, K., Duijnhouwer, J, and Krekelberg, B: “tACS-What goes on inside? The neural consequences of transcranial alternating current stimulation.” Brain Stimulation 7.2 (2014): e12. AbstractPoster
  • Kar, K., Duijnhouwer, J, Krekelberg, B: Transcranial electrical stimulation mitigates motion adaptation in V1, MT, and MST neurons of awake, behaving macaques. Neuroscience 2013 Abstracts. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2013AbstractPoster
  • Kar,K., Duijnhouwer, J. and Krekelberg, B: Transcranial alternating current stimulation affects motion adaptation in V1 and MT neurons in awake, behaving macaques. Rhythmic Dynamics and Cognition Conference, 2013AbstractPoster
  • Kar,K., Duijnhouwer, J. and Krekelberg, B: Transcranial electrical stimulation affects adaptation of MT/V5 neurons in awake behaving macaques. Journal of Vision 2013, VSS abstracts.AbstractPoster