Matthew Matell
Matthew Matell
Professor of Psychology, Villanova University
Verified email at villanova.edu
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Cortico-striatal circuits and interval timing: coincidence detection of oscillatory processes
MS Matell, WH Meck
Cognitive brain research 21 (2), 139-170, 2004
9142004
Neuropsychological mechanisms of interval timing behavior
MS Matell, WH Meck
Bioessays 22 (1), 94-103, 2000
6432000
Interval timing and the encoding of signal duration by ensembles of cortical and striatal neurons.
MS Matell, WH Meck, MAL Nicolelis
Behavioral neuroscience 117 (4), 760, 2003
3572003
Behavioral properties of the trigeminal somatosensory system in rats performing whisker-dependent tactile discriminations
DJ Krupa, MS Matell, AJ Brisben, LM Oliveira, MAL Nicolelis
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (15), 5752-5763, 2001
2882001
Not “just” a coincidence: Frontal‐striatal interactions in working memory and interval timing
MS Matell, WH Meck, C Lustig
Memory 13 (3-4), 441-448, 2005
1932005
Single-trials analyses demonstrate that increases in clock speed contribute to the methamphetamine-induced horizontal shifts in peak-interval timing functions
MS Matell, M Bateson, WH Meck
Psychopharmacology 188 (2), 201-212, 2006
1802006
Differential modulation of clock speed by the administration of intermittent versus continuous cocaine.
MS Matell, GR King, WH Meck
Behavioral neuroscience 118 (1), 150, 2004
1492004
Hippocampus, time, and memory—A retrospective analysis.
WH Meck, RM Church, MS Matell
Behavioral neuroscience 127 (5), 642, 2013
702013
Rodent medial frontal control of temporal processing in the dorsomedial striatum
EB Emmons, BJ De Corte, Y Kim, KL Parker, MS Matell, NS Narayanan
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (36), 8718-8733, 2017
682017
Multiple mechanisms for temporal processing
M Wiener, MS Matell, H Coslett
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 5, 31, 2011
612011
Reinforcement-induced within-trial resetting of an internal clock
MS Matell, WH Meck
Behavioural Processes 45 (1-3), 159-171, 1999
601999
A heterogeneous population code for elapsed time in rat medial agranular cortex.
MS Matell, E Shea-Brown, C Gooch, AG Wilson, J Rinzel
Behavioral neuroscience 125 (1), 54, 2011
522011
Fast forward: supramarginal gyrus stimulation alters time measurement
M Wiener, R Hamilton, P Turkeltaub, MS Matell, HB Coslett
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (1), 23-31, 2010
512010
Averaging of temporal memories by rats.
DN Swanton, CM Gooch, MS Matell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (3), 434, 2009
502009
Impulsive responding on the peak-interval procedure
MS Matell, GS Portugal
Behavioural processes 74 (2), 198-208, 2007
472007
Integration of behavior and timing: Anatomically separate systems or distributed processing
MS Matell, WH Meck, MAL Nicolelis
Functional and neural mechanisms of interval timing 19, 371-392, 2003
472003
Differential adjustment of interval timing by the chronic administation of intermittent or continuous cocaine
MS Matell, GR King, WH Meck
Behav. Neurosci 118, 150-156, 2004
352004
Stimulus compounding in interval timing: The modality–duration relationship of the anchor durations results in qualitatively different response patterns to the compound cue.
DN Swanton, MS Matell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37 (1), 94, 2011
312011
Reinforcement probability modulates temporal memory selection and integration processes
MS Matell, AN Kurti
Acta Psychologica 147, 80-91, 2014
282014
Accurate timing but increased impulsivity following excitotoxic lesions of the subthalamic nucleus
M Wiener, CM Magaro, MS Matell
Neuroscience letters 440 (2), 176-180, 2008
272008
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