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Charles G. Gross

 

 

Address              

 

                18 East Shore Drive                                                          Tel  609-731-7451

                Princeton, NJ  08544                                                         E-Mail  cggross@princeton.edu

               

                110 Bleeker St.

                New York, NY, 10021

 

Born

 

                February 29, 1936, New York, NY

 

Education

                A.B.                                        Harvard University, 1957, Biology, Magna Cum Laude

                Ph.D.                                     University of Cambridge, 1961, Psychology

 

Fellowships and Honors

 

                1948                                       Eagle Scout

                1953                                       Finalist, Westinghouse Science Talent Search

                1954                                       Detur Prize, Harvard University

                1957                                       Phi Beta Kappa

                1957                                       National Science Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship

                1957-59                                 Fulbright Scholarship, University of Cambridge

                1959-61                                 National Institutes of Health Predoctoral Fellowship

                1961-63                                 National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellowship 

                1970-71                                 National Institutes of Health Special Fellowship

                1970                                       Fellow, American Psychological Association

                1971                                       Fellow, American Association for Advancement of Science

                1972                                       Fellow, Third Intensive Study Program, Neuroscience Research Program

                1989                                       Annual Neuropsychology Lecture, Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal

                1990                                       Visiting Fellow, Magdalen College, University of Oxford

                1994                                       Fellow, Society of Experimental Psychologists

                1995                                       Visiting Scholar, Wolfson College, University of Oxford

                1995                                       McDonnell-Pew Fellow in Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Oxford

                1996                                       Foreign Member, Brazilian Academy of Science

                1998                                       Member, National Academy of Sciences      

                1999                                       Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

                1999                                       Distinguished Neuroscience Lecturer, University of Wisconsin

                2000-2004                            Faculty Fellow, Society of Fellows, Princeton University

                2001                                       Sprague Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania

                2003                                       Hebb Lecturer, McGill University    

                2005                                       American Psychological Association Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award

                2010                                       Robert Tryon Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley

 

Academic Appointments

 

                1959-1961                            Supervisor in Psychology, Jesus and Selwyn Colleges, University of Cambridge

                1961-1963                            Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. Psychology, M.I.T.

                1962-1963                            Lecturer, Dept. Psychology, M.I.T.

                1963-1965                            Assistant Professor, Dept. Psychology, M.I.T.

                1965-1968                            Assistant Professor, Dept. Psychology, Harvard University

                1968-1970                            Lecturer, Dept. Psychology, Harvard University

                1970-2013                            Professor, Dept. Psychology, Princeton University

                2004-2008                            Director of Graduate Studies, Dept. of Psychology, Princeton University

                2005-2013                            Professor, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

                2007-2013                            Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Pediatrics, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

                2013-                                     Professor Emeritus, Dept. Psychology and Neuroscience Institute, Princeton University

                2013-2014                            Lecturer with Rank of Professor, Princeton University

 

Visiting Appointments

 

                1961                                       Visiting Scientist, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw

                1963-1965                            Visiting Lecturer, Dept. Psychology, Harvard University

                                1970                                       Visiting Scholar, Dept. Physiology-Anatomy, University  of California,

                                                                                Berkeley

                1975-1976                            Visiting Professor, Dept. Psychology, M.I.T.

                1981                                       Visiting Scientist, Institute of Biophysics, University of Rio de Janeiro

                1986                                       Visiting Professor, Depts. Biology and Psychology, Beijing University

                1986                                       Fulbright Lecturer/Researcher, Institute of Biophysics, Univ. of Rio de Janeiro

                1987                                       U.S. National Program Visiting Scientist, Shanghai Institute of  Physiology

                1988-1989                            Visiting Scientist, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute for Neuroscience

                1990, 1995                           Visitor, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford

                1990                                       Visiting Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford

                1995                                       Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford

                                2011, 2013                           Visiting Scholar, Dept. Psychology, University of  California, Berkeley                                                                                                                               

                2011, 2013                           Biology Instructor, Prison University Project, San Quentin, CA

                2014                                       Visiting Professor, Center for Neural Science, New York University

                               

Professional Activities

 

                1969-1970                            Psychological Sciences Fellowship Review Committee, N.I.M.H.

                1970-1974                            Experimental Psychology Study Section, N.I.H.              

                1971-1973                            Chair, Ethics Committee, Div. 6, American Psychological Association

                1974-1977                            Program Committee, Eastern Psychological Association

                1975-1977                            Board of Scientific Affairs, American Psychological Association

                1976-1979                            Executive Committee, Div. 6, American Psychological Association

                1977-1987                            Board of Editors, Psychological Research

                1979-1984                            Executive Committee, International Neuropsychology Symposium

                1981-1984                            Editorial Board, Behavioral Brain Research

                1981                                       Distinguished Visitor Program, American Psychological Association

                1983-1988                            Associate Editor, Journal of Neuroscience

                1984-1986                            Forum on Research Management, Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences

                                1985-1988                            Lindsley Prize Selection Committee, Society for Neuroscience

                1987-                                     Board of Associates, Neuropsychologia

1989                                       Research Advisor, Laboratory for Neural Information Processing, Frontier Research Program, Japan

                1990-1992                            Behavioral Neurobiology Subcommittee of Neuroscience Research                                                                                                                        Review Committee, N.I.M.H.

                1991-1994                            Advisor, Program on “The Senses”, WETA

                1992-1993                            Cognitive Functional Neuroscience Review Committee, N.I.M.H.

1993                                       Board of Visitors, Cognitive & Neural Science Review, Office of Naval Research

                  1996-                                     Associate Editor, The Neuroscientist

                1996-98                                 Electorate Nominating Committee, Sect. Psychology, A.A.A.S.               

1997-2003                            Committee on the History of Neuroscience, Society for Neuroscience

             1998                                       Chair, Electorate Nominating Committee, Sect. Psychology, A.A.A.S.                   

             1999, 2005, -07, -10, -12   Member, Committee on the Troland Award, National Academy of Sciences

2001                                       Chair, Section Psychology, A.A.A.S.

2001-2003                            Chair, Committee on History of Neuroscience, International Brain Research Organization

2002-2007                            Associate Editor, Neuroreport

2003                                       Member, Committee on Neuroscience Award, National Academy of Sciences

2008                                       Member, NIMH Conte Center Review Committee

 

One-Person Photographic Exhibitions

 

1997                                                          Forbes College, Princeton University

1998                                                          Catskill Center for Photography, Woodstock, NY

2011                                                          The Gallery at Chapin, Princeton, New Jersey

2012                                                          Gallery 14, Hopewell, New Jersey

2013                                                          Gallery 14,  Hopewell, New Jersey

 

Publications

 

Griffin, D. R. and C.G. Gross. Review of: G.T.V. Matthews, Bird Navigation (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1956), Quart. Rev.Biol., 1957, 32: 278-279.

 

Gross, C.G. Pleasure centers: the brain and the control of men. Granta, 1958, 32: 15-17.

 

Gross, C. and L. Hudson. Undergraduate academic record of Fellows of the Royal Society. Nature, 1958, 182: 787 and 1178.

 

Gross, C.G., J.M. Oxbury, and L. Weiskrantz. The effect of meprobamate on auditory discrimination, delayed response and time interval estimation in rhesus monkeys. In: P.B. Bradley, P. Deniker, and C. Radouco-Thomas (Eds.), Neuropsychopharmacology, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1959.

 

Gross, C.G. Understanding men and monkeys. Varsity, Jan. 17, 1959, p. 10.

 

Gross, C.G. and L. Weiskrantz. Note on luminous flux discrimination in monkey and man.

                Quart. J. Exp. Psychol., 1959, 11: 49-53.

 

Weiskrantz, L. and C.G. Gross. The effect of striate cortex lesions on visual behavior and a method for measuring perceptual deficits. Proc. Brit. Psychol. Soc., 1959, p. 13A.

 

Gross, C.G. (Ed.), Special Issue on Science. Cambridge Opinion, 1960, 19.

 

Gross, C.G. Science in paper covers. Cambridge Opinion, 1960, 19: 35-38.

 

Weiskrantz, L., L. Mihailovic, and C.G. Gross. Stimulation of frontal cortex and delayed alternation performance in the monkey. Science, 1960, 131: 1443-1444.

 

Lovell, M.R.C., C.G. Gross, and L. Weiskrantz. A note on the effects of gymnemic acid on taste perception. Anim. Behav., 1961, 9: 31-33.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: R.H. Waters, D.A. Rethlingshafer, and W.E. Caldwell (Eds.), Principles of Comparative Psychology, (London: McGraw-Hill, 1960), Quart. J. Exp. Psychol., 1961, 13: 128.

 

Gross, C.G. and L. Weiskrantz. The effect of two "tranquilizers" on auditory discrimination and delayed response performance of monkeys. Quart. J. Exp. Psych., 1961, 13: 34-39.

 

Gross, C.G. and L. Weiskrantz. Evidence for dissociation of impairment on auditory discrimination and delayed response following lateral frontal lesions in monkeys. Exp. Neurol., 1962, 5: 453-476.

 

Weiskrantz, L., L.J. Mihailovic, and C.G. Gross. Effects of stimulation of frontal cortex and hippocampus on behavior in the monkey. Brain, 1962, 85: 487-504.

 

Gross, C.G. A comparison of the effects of partial and total lateral frontal lesions on test performance by monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1963, 56: 41-47.

 

Gross, C.G. Effect of deprivation on delayed response and delayed alternation performance by normal and brain operated monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1963, 56: 48-51.

 

Gross, C.G. Locomotor activity following lateral frontal lesions in rhesus monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1963, 56: 232-236.

 

Gross C.G. Discrimination reversal after lateral frontal lesions in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1963, 56: 52-55.

 

Meyer, V., C.G. Gross, and H.L. Teuber. Effect of knowledge of site of stimulation on the threshold for pressure sensitivity. Percept. Mot. Skills, 1963, 16: 637-640.

 

Chorover, S.L. and C.G. Gross. Caudate nucleus lesions: behavioral effects in the rat. Science, 1963, 141: 826-827.

 

Gross, C.G. and L. Weiskrantz. Some changes in behavior produced by lateral frontal lesions in the macaque. In: J.M. Warren and K. Akert (Eds.), The Frontal Granular Cortex and Behavior. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964, pp. 74-98.

 

Gross, C.G., S.L. Chorover, and S.M. Cohen. Caudate, cortical, hippocampal and dorsal thalamic lesions in rats: alternation and Hebb-Williams maze performance. Neuropsychologia, 1965, 3: 53-68.

 

Schneider, G.E. and C.G. Gross. Curiosity in the hamster. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1965, 59: 150-152.

 

Weiskrantz, L., C.G. Gross, and V. Baltzer. The beneficial effects of meprobamate on delayed response performance in the frontal monkey. Quart. J. Exp. Psychol., 1965, 17: 118-124.

 

Gross, C.G. and F.M. Carey. Transfer of learned response by RNA injection: failure of attempts to replicate. Science, 1965, 150: 1749.

 

Gross, C.G. Aspects of the delayed alternation deficit produced by electrical stimulation in monkeys. Psychon. Sci., 1965, 3: 501-502.

 

Gross, C.G. Learning set: comparison of Macaca mulatta and M. speciosaPsychol. Rep., 1966, 18: 529-530.

 

Leonard, C., G.E. Schneider, and C.G. Gross. Performance on learning set and delayed-response tasks by tree shrews (Tupaia glis). J.Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1966, 62: 501-504.

 

Gross, C.G. An inexpensive method of automatically presenting patterned and unpatterned monochromatic light. J. Exp. Anal. Behav., 1966, 9: 520.

 

Vaughan, H.G., Jr. and C.G. Gross. Observations on visual evoked responses in unanesthetized monkeys. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 1966, 21: 405-406.

 

Gross, C.G., P.H. Schiller, C. Wells, and G.L. Gerstein. Single-unit activity and evoked potentials in temporal association cortex of the monkey. Proc. XVIII Inter. Cong. Psychol., 1966, Vol. I, pp. 318-319.

 

Gross, C.G. and L. Weiskrantz. Some changes in behavior produced by lateral frontal lesions in the Macaque. In: A.R. Luria and E.D. Homskaya (Eds.), Frontal Lobes and the Regulation of Psychological Processes. Moscow: Moscow University, 1966 (in Russian).

 

Gross, C.G., P.H. Schiller, C. Wells, and G.L. Gerstein.  Single-unit activity in temporal association cortex of the monkey. J. Neurophysiol., 1967, 30: 833-843.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: E. Gellhorn, Principles of Autonomic-Somatic Integration. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1967), Amer. Scientist, 1967, 55: 514A-515A.

 

Gross, C.G. General activity. In: L. Weiskrantz (Ed.), Analysis of Behavioral Change. New York: Harper and Row, 1968, pp. 91-106.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: W.C. Corning and M.W. Baladan (Eds.), The Mind: Biological Approach to Its Functions. (New York: Wiley, 1968), Amer. Scientist, 1968, 56: 305A-306A.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: J. Konorski, Integrative Activity of the Brain. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1967), Science, 1968, 160: 652-653.

 

Gerstein, G.L., C.G. Gross, and M. Weinstein. Inferotemporal evoked potentials during visual discrimination performance by monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1968, 65: 526-528.

 

Gross, C.G., P. Black and S.L. Chorover. Hippocampal lesions: effects on memory in rats.  Psychon. Sci., 1968, 12: 165-166.

 

Schuster, R.H. and C.G. Gross. Maintained generalization gradients in the monkey. Psychon. Sci., 1969, 14: 215-217.

 

Vaughan, H.G., Jr. and C.G. Gross. Cortical responses to light in unanesthetized monkeys and their alteration by visual system lesions. Exp. Brain Res., 1969, 8: 19-36.

 

Gross, C.G. and H.P. Zeigler (Eds.), Readings in Physiological Psychology.  Vol. I:  Neurophysiology and Sensory Processes. New York: Harper and Row, 1969.

 

Gross, C.G. and H.P. Zeigler (Eds.), Readings in Physiological Psychology. Vol. II: Motivation. New York: Harper and Row, 1969.

 

Gross, C.G. and H.P. Zeigler (Eds.), Readings in Physiological Psychology. Vol. III: Learning and Memory. New York: Harper and Row, 1969.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: G.C. Quarton, T.L. Melnechuk, and F.O. Schmitt (Eds.), The Neurosciences:  A Study Program. (New York: Rockefeller University Press, 1967), Contemp. Psychol., 1969, 14: 418-420.

 

Schwartzkroin, P.A., A. Cowey, and C.G. Gross. A test of an "efferent model" of the function of inferotemporal cortex in visual discrimination. EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 1969, 27: 594-600.

 

Gross, C.G., D.B. Bender and C.E. Rocha-Miranda. Visual receptive fields of neurons in inferotemporal cortex of the monkey. Science, 1969, 166: 1303-1306.

 

Cowey, A. and C.G. Gross. Effects of foveal prestriate and inferotemporal lesions on visual discrimination by rhesus monkeys. Exp. Brain Res., 1970, 11: 128-144.

 

Manning, F.J., C.G. Gross, and A. Cowey. Partial reinforcement: effects on visual learning after foveal prestriate and inferotemporal lesions.  Physiol. Behav., 1971, 6: 61-64.

 

Gross, C.G., A. Cowey, and F.J. Manning. Further analysis of visual discrimination deficits following foveal prestriate and inferotemporal lesions in rhesus monkey. J.Comp.Physiol. Psychol., 1971, 76: 1-7.

 

Oscar-Berman, M., S.P. Heywood, and C.G. Gross. Eye orientation during visual discrimination learning by monkeys. Neuropsychol., 1971, 9: 351-358.

 

Gross, C.G., C.E. Rocha-Miranda, and D.B. Bender. Visual properties of   neurons in inferotemporal cortex of the macaque. J. Neurophysiol., 1972, 35: 96-111.

 

Bender, D.B., C.E. Rocha-Miranda, C.G. Gross, S. Volman, and M. Mishkin.   Effects  of striate lesions and commissure section on the visualresponse of neurons in inferotemporal cortex. The Physiol., 1972, 15: 84.

 

Gross, C.G. Visual functions of inferotemporal cortex. In: R. Jung (Ed.),  Handbook of Sensory Physiology, Vol. VII, Part 3B. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1973, pp. 451-482.

 

Gross, C.G. Inferotemporal cortex and vision. In: E. Stellar and J. Sprague  (Eds.),  Progress in Physiological Psychology, Vol. 5. New York: Academic Press, 1973, pp. 77-123.

 

Gross, C.G., D.B. Bender, and C.E. Rocha-Miranda. Inferotemporal cortex: a single unit analysis. In: F.O. Schmitt and F.G. Worden (Eds.), The Neurosciences: A Third Study Program. Cambridge: M.I.T. Press, 1974, pp. 229-238.

 

Buerger, A.A., C.G. Gross, and C.E. Rocha-Miranda. Effects of ventral putamen lesions on discrimination learning by monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psych., 1974, 86: 440-446.

 

Gross, C.G., D.B. Bender, C.A. Curcio, and M. Mishkin. Role of forebrain commissures in integration of visual half-fields by inferotemporal neurons.  Fed. Proc., 1974, 33: 433.

 

Gross, C.G. Biology and pop-biology: sex and sexism. In: E. Tobach, J. Gianutsos, H.R. Topoff, and C.G. Gross (Eds.), The Four Horsemen: Racism, Sexism, Militarism and Social Darwinism. New York: Behavioral Publications, 1974, pp. 67-80

 

Gross, C.G. Forward to: V. Franks and V. Burtle (Eds.), Women in Therapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1974.

 

Oscar-Berman, M., S. Heywood, and C.G. Gross. The effects of posterior cortical lesions on eye orientation during visual discrimination by monkeys.  Neuropsychol., 1974, 12: 175-182.

 

Rocha-Miranda, C.E., D.B. Bender, C.G. Gross, and M. Mishkin. Visual activation of neurons in inferotemporal cortex depends on striate cortex and forebrain commissures. J. Neurophysiol., 1975, 38: 475-49l.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: E.S. Valenstein. Brain Control. (New York: John Wiley, 1973), Tech. Rev., 1975, 77: 66.

 

Baker, R., K.L. Klothen, and C.G. Gross. Foveal lesions do not ameliorate the visual discrimination deficit that follows foveal prestriate lesions.  Physiol. Psych., 1975, 3: 365-368.

 

Gross, C.G., M. Lewis, and D. Plaisier. Inferior temporal cortex lesions do not impair discrimination of lateral mirror images. Neurosci. Abs., 1975, 1: 74.

 

Seacord, L., C.G. Gross, and M. Mishkin. Role of inferior temporal cortex in preceptual equivalence of stimuli in the left and right visual fields.  Neurosci. Abs., 1975, 1: 73.

 

MacKinnon, D. A., C.G. Gross, and D.B. Bender. A visual deficit after superior colliculus lesions in monkeys.  Acta Neurobiol. Exper., 1976, 36: 169-180.

 

Gross, C.G.  Review of: J. Money and P. Tucker.  Sexual Signatures: On Being a Man or Woman.  (Boston: Little, Brown, 1975), Signs, 1976, 1: 742-744.

 

Desimone, R. and C.G. Gross. Absence of retinotopic organization in inferior temporal cortex.  Neurosci. Abs., 1976, 2: 1108.

 

Gross, C.G. Psychological round table in the 1960s.  Amer. Psychol., 1977, 32: 1120-1121.

 

Gross, C.G., D.B. Bender, and M. Mishkin. Contributions of the corpus callosum and the anterior commissure to the visual activation of inferior temporal neurons. Brain Res., 1977, 131: 227-239.

 

Gross, C.G. and M. Mishkin. The neural basis of stimulus equivalence across retinal translation. In: S. Harnad, R. Doty, J. Jaynes, L. Goldstein, and G. Krauthamer (Eds.), Lateralization in the Nervous System. New York: Academic Press, 1977, pp. 109-122.

 

Bruce, C.J., R. Desimone, and C.G. Gross. Large visual receptive fields in a polysensory area in the superior temporal sulcus of the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1977, 3: 554.

 

Gross, C.G., C.E. Rocha-Miranda and D.B. Bender. Visual properties of neurons in inferotemporal cortex of the macaque. In: J.G. Zylerbaum (Ed.), Bases Psicofisologicas de la Perception Visual. Mexico: Editorial Trillas, 1977 (in Spanish).

 

Gross, C.G. and M.H. Bornstein.  Left and right in science and art. Leonardo, 1978, 11: 29-38.

 

Bornstein, M. H., C.G. Gross, and J.Z. Wolf. Perceptual similarity of mirror images in infancy. Cognition, 1978, 6: 89-116.

 

Butter, C.M., C. Weinstein, D.B. Bender, and C.G. Gross. Localization and detection of visual stimuli following superior colliculus lesions in rhesus monkeys. Brain Res., 1978, 156: 33-49.

 

Desimone, R., J. Fleming, and C.G. Gross. Cortical afferents to inferior temporal cortex in the macaque. Assoc. Res. in Vis. & Opthal. Abs., 1978, 17: 292.

 

Gross, C.G. Inferior temporal lesions do not impair discrimination of rotated patterns in monkeys. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 1978, 92: 1095-1109.

 

Desimone, R., C. Bruce, and C.G. Gross. Neurons in the superior temporal sulcus of the macaque still respond to visual stimuli after removal of striate cortex. Neurosci. Abs., 1979, 5: 781.

 

Gattass, R. and C.G. Gross. A visuotopically organized area in the posterior superior temporal sulcus of the macaque. Assoc. Res. Vis. & Opthal. Abs., 1979, 18: 184.

 

Gattass, R., J.H. Sandell, and C.G. Gross. V2 in the macaque: visuotopic organization and extent. Neurosci. Abs., 1979, 5: 786.

 

Gross, C.G., D.B. Bender, and G.L. Gerstein. Activity of inferior temporal neurons in behaving monkeys. Neuropsychol., 1979, 17: 215-229.

 

Gross, C.G. and Bornstein, M.H. Mirror image confusion. Leonardo, 1979, 12: 262.

 

Sandell, J.H.  C.G. Gross, and M.H. Bornstein. Color categories in macaques. J. Comp. Physiol. Psych., 1979, 93: 626-635.

 

Seacord, L., C.G. Gross, and M. Mishkin. Role of inferior temporal cortex in interhemispheric transfer. Brain Res., 1979, 167: 259-272.

 

Gross, C.G. Biology and pop-biology: Sex and sexism. In: E. Tobach, J. Gianutsos, H.P. Topoff and C.G. Gross (Eds.), The Four Horsemen: Racism, Sexism, Militarism and Social Darwinism. Tokyo: Shim yoo-sha, 1979 (in Japanese).

 

Desimone, R. and C.G. Gross. Visual areas in the temporal cortex of the macaque. Brain Res., 1979, 178: 363-380.

 

Desimone, R., J. Fleming, and C.G. Gross. Prestriate afferents to inferior temporal cortex:  an HRP study. Brain Res., 1980, 184: 41-55.

 

Desimone, R., T.D. Albright, C.G. Gross, and C. Bruce. Responses of inferior temporal neurons to complex visual stimuli. Neurosci. Abs., 1980, 6: 581.

 

Gross, C.G. Properties of inferior temporal neurons in the macaque. Proc. XXVII Int. Cong. Phys. Sci., 1980, 14: 129.

 

Desimone, R. and C.G. Gross. Visual properties of inferior temporal cortex in the macaque. Exp. Brain Res., 1980, 41: A18-A19.

 

Gross, C. Visual properties of inferior temporal neurons and their afferent bases. Neurosci. Lett., 1980, 5: S16.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: M. Gardner, The Ambidextrous Universe, (NewYork:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1979), Leonardo, 1980, 15: 159.

 

Gross, C.G. and R. Desimone. Properties of inferior temporal neurons in the macaque. Adv. Physiol. Sci., 1981, 17: 287-289.

 

Bruce, C., R. Desimone, and C.G. Gross. Visual properties of neurons in a polysensory area in superior temporal sulcus of the macaque. J. Neurophysiol., 1981, 46: 369-384.

 

Gattass, R. and C.G. Gross. Visual topography of striate projectionzone (MT) in posterior superior temporal sulcus of the macaque. J. Neurophysiol., 1981, 46: 621-638.

 

Albright, T.D., R. Desimone, and C.G. Gross. Organization of directionally selective cells in Area MT of macaques. Neurosci. Abs., 1981, 7: 832.

 

Gross, C.G. Ibn al-Haytham on eye and brain, vision and perception. Bull. Islamic Med., 1981, 1: 309-312.

 

Sousa, A.P.B., R. Gattass, and C.G. Gross. Limites anatomicos e topografia das projecoes visuais da area V4 do macaco. Ciencia Cultura, 1981, 33: 846.

 

Barber, G., R. Gattass, and C.G. Gross. Efeito de lesoes da area MT do macaco no desempenho de atividade motora sob orientacao visual. Ciencia cultura, 1981, 33: 847.

 

Gattass, R., C.G. Gross and J.H. Sandell. Visual topography of V2 in the macaque. J. Comp. Neurol. 1981, 20l: 519-539.

 

Bornstein, M.H., K. Ferdinandsen, and C.G. Gross. Perception of symmetry in infancy. Dev. Psych., 1981, 17: 82-86.

 

Bender, D.B. and C.G. Gross. Backward masking in monkeys after foveal prestriate and inferior temporal cortex lesions. Physiol. Psychol., 1981, 9: 257-259.

 

Gross, C.G., C.J. Bruce, R. Desimone, J. Fleming and R. Gattass. Cortical visual areas of the temporal lobe:  three areas in the macaque. In: C.N. Woolsey (Ed.), Cortical Sensory Organization, Vol. 2, Multiple Visual Areas. New York: Humana Press, 1981, pp. 187-216.

 

Desimone, R., E.L. Schwartz, T.D. Albright, and C.G. Gross. Inferior temporal neurons selective for stimulus shape. Assoc. Res. Vis. Opthl. Abs., 1982, 22: 238.

 

Gross, C.G., L.G. Ungerleider, J.M. Allman, R. Desimone. Functions of extra-striate visual cortex. Neurosci. Abs., 1982, 8: 503.

 

Albright, T.D. and C.G. Gross. Direction and orientation selectivity of neurons in area MT of macaques. Neurosci. Abs., 1982, 8: 811.

 

Covey, E., R. Gattass, and C.G. Gross. A new visual area in the parieto-occipital sulcus of the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1982, 8: 681.

 

Schwartz, E.L., R. Desimone, T.D. Albright, and C.G. Gross. Shape recognition and inferior temporal neurons. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 1983, 80: 5776.

 

Colby, C.L., R. Gattass, C.R. Olson, and C.G. Gross. Cortical afferents to visual area PO in the macaque. Neurosci. Abs. 1983, 9: 152.

 

Gross, C.G., C.J. Bruce, and R. Desimone. The superior temporal polysensory area in the macaque. Proc. XXIX Int. Cong. Phys. Sci., 1983, 15: 286.

 

Sousa, A.P.B., R. Gattass, and C.G. Gross. Afferentes da area visual V4 do Macacca fascicularis. Ciencia Cultura, 1983, 35: 287.

 

Gross, C.G., R. Desimone, T.D. Albright, and E.L. Schwartz. Inferior temporal cortex as a visual integration area. In: F. Reinoso-Suarez and C. Ajmone Marsan (Eds.), Basic Archicortical & Cortical Association Levels of Neural Integration, New York: Raven Press, 1984, pp. 291-315.

 

Albright, T., R. Desimone, C.G. Gross. Columnar organization of directionally selective cells in visual area MT of the macaque. J. Neurophysiol., 1984, 51: 16-31.

 

Desimone, R., T. Albright, C.G. Gross, and C. Bruce. Stimulus selective properties of inferior temporal neurons in the macaque. J. Neurosci., 1984, 4: 2051-2062.

 

Fenstemaker, S., C. R. Olson and C.G. Gross. Afferent connections of macaque visual area TEO. Assoc. Res. Vis. & Opthal. Abs. 1984, 25: 238.                 

 

Rodman, H.R., T.D. Albright and C.G. Gross. Interaction between direction and speed selectivities of neurons in visual area MT of the macaque. Assoc. Res. In Vis. & Opthal. Abs., 1984, 25: 279.

 

Holmes, E.J. and C.G. Gross. Effects of inferior temporal lesions on discrimination of stimuli differing in orientation. J. Neurosci., 1984, 4: 3063-3068.

 

Holmes, E.J. and C.G. Gross. Stimulus equivalence after inferior temporal lesions in monkeys. Behav. Neurosci., 1984, 98: 898-901.

 

Chagas, C., R. Gattass and C.G. Gross (Eds.), Pattern Recognition Mechanisms.  Vatican City: Pontifica Academia Scientiarum, 1985, and Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1985.

 

Gross, C.G., R. Desimone, T.D. Albright, and E.L. Schwartz. Inferior temporal cortex and pattern recognition.  In: C. Chagas, R. Gattass, and C.G. Gross (Eds.), Pattern Recognition Mechanisms. Vatican City: Pontifica Academia Scientiarum, 1985, and Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1985, pp. 179-201.

 

Gross, C.G. On Gall's reputation and some recent "New Phrenology", Behav. Brain Sci., 1985, 8: 16-18.

 

Rodman, H., C.G. Gross, and T.D. Albright. Removal of striate cortex does not abolish reponsiveness of neurons in visual area MT of the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1985, 11: 1246.

 

Fenstemaker, S., T.D. Albright, and C.G. Gross. Organization and neuronal properties of visual area TEO. Neurosci. Abs., 1985, 11: 1012.

 

Albright, T.D., R.A. Charles, and C.G. Gross. Inferior temporal neurons do not seem to code shape by the method of Fourier.  Neurosci. Abs., 1985, 11: 1013.

 

Fisher, C.M., M. Bornstein, and C.G. Gross. Left-right coding and skills related to beginning reading. J. Dev. and Behav. Ped., 1985, 6: 279-283.

 

Bruce, C., R. Desimone, and C.G. Gross. Both striate cortex and superior colliculus contribute to visual properties of neurons in the superior temporal polysensory area of the macaque.  J. Neurophysiol., 1986, 55: 1057-1075.

 

Rodman, H.R., C.G. Gross, and T.D. Albright. Responses of neurons in visual area MT after removal of the superior collicuus. Neurosci. Abs., 1986, 12: 1369.

 

Albright, T.D., H.R. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. Type II MT neurons show pattern-motion direction selectivity. Neurosci. Abs., 1986, 12: 1369.

 

Fenstemaker, S.B., A.M. Sauceda, T.D. Albright, and C.G. Gross. A comparison of subcortical afferents to visual cortical areas V4, TEO and IT in the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1986, 12: 1364.

 

Gross, C.G. Phrenology. In: G. Adelman (Ed.), Encylopedia of Neuroscience.  Boston: Birkhauser, 1987, pp. 948-950.

 

Rodman, H. and C.G. Gross. Temporal cortex. In: G. Adelman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Boston: Birkhauser, 1987, pp. 1194-1196.

 

Gross, C.G. Early History of Neuroscience, In: G. Adelman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Boston: Birkhauser, 1987, pp. 843-846.

 

Rodman, H., C.G. Gross, and J.P. Skelly. Adult-like properties of inferior temporal neurons in macaques 4-6 months of age. Neurosci. Abs., 1987, 13: 1539.

 

Gattass, R., A.P.B. Sousa, and C.G. Gross. Visuotopic organization and extent of V3 and V4 of the macaque. J. Neurosci., 1988, 8: 1831-1945.

 

Colby, C., R. Gattass, C.R. Olson, and C.G. Gross. Topographic organization of cortical afferents to extrastriate visual area PO in the macaque: a dual tracer study. J. Comp. Neurol., 1988, 269: 392-413.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: E. Clarke and L.S. Jacyna, Nineteenth Century Origins of Neuroscience Concepts, (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1987), Quart. Rev.Biol., 1988, 63: 480.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: M.A. Brazier, A History of Neurophysiology in the Nineteenth Century, (New York: Raven Press, 1987), Quart. Rev. Biol., 1988, 63: 481.

 

Rodman, H.R., J. Skelly, and C.G. Gross. Absence of visual responsivenss in inferior temporal cortex in macaques less than 4 months of age. Neurosci. Abs., 1988, 14: 11.

 

Gochin, P.M., Miller, E.K. and C.G. Gross. Circuit properties of inferior  temporal cortex in the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1988, 14: 11.

 

Rodman, H.R., C.G. Gross, and T.D. Albright. Afferent basis of visual  response properties in Area MT of the macaque: I. Effects of striate cortex removal. J. Neurosci., 1989, 9: 2033-2050.

 

Miller, E.K., P.M. Gochin, C.G. Gross, and G.L. Gerstein. Attenuation of  responses of IT neurons in alert monkeys by addition of a second stimulus. Neurosci. Abs., 1989, 15: 163.

 

Colombo, M., M.R. D'Amato, H.R. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. The effects of auditory association cortex lesions on auditory delayed matching-to-sample behavior in monkeys.  Neurosci. Abs., 1989, 15: 302.

 

Rodman, H.R., J.P. Skelly, and C.G. Gross. Visual response properties of inferior temporal neurons in alert infant macaques. Neurosci. Abs., 1989, 15: 163.

 

Skelly, J.P., T.D. Albright, H.R. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. The effects of lesions of the superior temporal polysensory area on eye movements in the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1989, 15: 1201.

 

Rodman, H.R., C.G. Gross, and T.D. Albright. Afferent basis of visual response properties in Area MT of the macaque: II. Effects of superior colliculus removal. J. Neurosci., 1989, 10: 1154-1164.

 

Colombo, M., M. D'Amato, H. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. Auditory association cortex lesions impair auditory short-term memory in monkeys. Science, 1990, 247: 336-338.

 

Rodman, H.R., M.J. Consuelos, and C.G. Gross. Cortical afferents to inferior temporal cortex in infant macaque monkeys. Assoc. Res. Vis. & Ophthal. Abs., 1990, 31: 399.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: Brain Circuits and Functions of the Mind. Essays in Honor of Roger Sperry. Colwyn Trevarthen, Ed. (Cambridge Univ. Press, NY), Science, 1990, 249: 1175-1176.

 

Albright, T.D., and C.G. Gross. Do inferior temporal cortex neurons encode shape by acting as Fourier Descriptor filters? Proc. Internat'l. Conf. on Fuzzy Logic & Neural Networks, 1990, 1: 375-378.

 

Gross, C.G., and M.S.A. Graziano. Bimodal visual-tactile responses in the macaque putamen. Neurosci. Abs., 1990, 16: 110.

 

Li, C.Y., C.G. Gross, X. Pei, and Z.Q. Ying. Activity of temporal cortex neurons in infant monkeys. Chinese J. Physiol. Sci., 1990, 6: 57-62.

 

Gochin, P.M., E.K. Miller, C.G. Gross, and G.L. Gerstein.  Functional interactions among neurons in the macaque inferior temporal cortex. Exp. Brain Res., 1991, 84: 505-516.

 

Gross, C.G. Contributions of striate cortex and the superior colliculus to visual function in Area MT, the superior temporal polysensory area and the inferior temporal cortex. Neuropsychol., 1991, 29: 497-515.

 

Gross, C.G. Introduction to "Brain and Cognition: A Symposium in Honor of K.H. Pribram", Neuropsychol. 1991, 29: 431-432.

 

Miller, E.K., P.M. Gochin, and C.G Gross. A habituation-like decrease in the responses of neurons in inferior temporal cortex of the macaque. Vis. Neurosci., 1991, 7: 357-362.

 

Rodman, H.R., J.P. Skelly, and C.G. Gross. Stimulus selectivity and state dependence of activity in inferior temporal cortex of infant monkeys. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 1991, 88: 7572-7575.

 

Colombo, M., A. Eickhoff, and C.G. Gross. The role of inferior temporal cortex in visual dorsolateral frontal cortex in visual imagery in monkeys. Neurosci. Abs., 1991, 17: 1211.

 

Skelly, J.P., T.D. Albright, H.R. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. The effects of combined superior temporal polysensory area and frontal eye field lesions on eye movements in the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1991, 17: 863.

 

Gross, C.G. Representation of visual stimuli in inferior temporal cortex. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. B, Lond., 1992, 335: 3-10.

 

Gross, C.G., and J. Sergent. Face recognition. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol., 1992, 2: 156-161.

 

Gross, C.G., and H.R. Rodman. Inferior temporal cortex: Neuronal properties and connections in adult and infant macaques. In: R. Lent (Ed.), The Visual System from Genesis to Maturity, 1992, Boston: Birkhauser.

 

Gochin, P.M., P. Bedenbaugh, J. Gelfand, C.G. Gross, and G.L. Gerstein. Intrinsic signal optical imaging in the forepaw area of rat somatosensory cortex. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 1992, 89: 8381-8383.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Somatopically organized maps of near visual space exist. Beh. Brain Sci., 1992, 15: 750.

 

Colombo, M., and C.G. Gross.  The responses of inferior temporal and hippocampal neurons during auditory-visual and visual-visual delayed matching-to-sample in monkey.  Neurosci. Abs., 1992, 18: 148.

 

Gross, C.G., H.R. Rodman, P.M. Gochin,  and M. Colombo.  Inferior temporal cortex as a pattern recognition device. In:  E. Baum, (Ed.), Proc. Third Annual NEC Research Symposium,  Philadelphia: SIAM, 1993. 

 

Gelfand, J.G., P.M. Gochin, P. Bedenbaugh, C.G. Gross, and G.L. Gerstein. Intrinsic signal optical imaging in rat somatosensory cortex.  Neurosci. Abs., 1992, 18:1547.

 

Gochin, P.M., M. Colombo, G. Dorfman, G.L. Gerstein, and C.G. Gross.  Neural ensemble measurement of stimulus selectivity in inferior temporal cortex. Neurosci. Abs., 1992, 18: 147.

 

Graziano, M., and C.G. Gross. Coding of extra-personal visual space in body-part centered  coordinates.  Neurosci. Abs., 1992, 18: 593.

 

Rodman, H.R., C.G. Gross, and S.P. O’ScalaidheDevelopment of brain substrates for pattern recognition in primates: Physiological and connectional studies of inferior temporal cortex in infant monkeys. In: B. de Boysson-Bardies, S. de Schoen, P. Jusczyk, P. MacNeilage, and J. Morton (eds.), Developmental neurocognition: Speech and face processing in the first year of life.  Kluwer Academic Publishers, B.V.: The Netherlands, 1993.

 

Colombo, M., and C.G. Gross. Electrophysiological correlates of visual memory in monkeys (abstract). Int. J. Neurosci., 1993, 71: 112.

 

Miller, E.M, P.M. Gochin, and C.G. Gross. Suppression of the responses of neurons in inferior temporal cortex by addition of a second stimulus. Brain Res., 1993, 616: 25-29.

  

Eacott, M.J., C.A. Heywood, C.G. Gross, and A. Cowey.  Visual discrimination impairments following lesions of the superior temporal sulcus are not specific for facial stimuli. Neuropsychologia, 1993, 6:609-619.

 

Rodman, H.R., S.P. O’Scalaidhe, and C.G. Gross. Response properties of neurons in temporal cortical visual areas of infant monkeys. J. Neurophysiol., 1993, 70: 1115-1136.

 

Gross, C.G. The hippocampus minor and man’s place in nature. Hippocampus, 1993, 3: 403-415.

 

Colombo, M., A.E. Eickhoff, and C.G. Gross. The effects of inferior temporal and dorsolateral frontal lesions on serial-order behavior and visual imagery in monkeys. Brain Res.: Cog. Brain Res.,  1993, 1:211-217.

 

Rodman, H.R., K.L. Nace, T.M. Woods, C.G. Gross, and N. Rebmann. Transient inputs to inferior temporal cortex in infant macaques. Neurosci . Abs., 1993, 19: 972.

 

Moore, T., H.R. Rodman, A.B., Repp, and C.G. Gross. Comparison of residual visual function after damage to striate cortex in infancy and adulthood. Neurosci. Abs., 1993, 19: 1801.

 

Gross, C.G. Huxley vs. Owen: The hippocampus minor and evolution, Trends  Neurosci., 1993, 16: 493-498.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross.  A bimodal map of space: Somatosensory  and receptive fields in the macaque putamen with corresponding visual receptive fields.  Exp. Brain Res.,   1993, 97: 96-109.

 

Gochin, P.M., M. Colombo, G., Dorfman, G.L. Gerstein, and C.G. Gross. Neural ensemble coding in inferior temporal cortex. J. Neurophysiol., 1994, 71:2325-2337.

 

Gross, C.G. The ladder of progress in neuroscience. Reply to letter. Trends Neurosci., 1994, 17:277-228.

 

Colombo, M., and C.G. Gross. Responses of inferior temporal and hippocampal neurons during delayed matching-to-sample in monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). Behav. Neurosci.  1994, 108: 443-455.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. The representation of extra-personal space: a possible role for bimodal visual-tactile neurons.  In: M.S. Gazzaniga (Ed.), The Cognitive Neurosciences, MIT Press, 1994, pp. 1021-1034.

 

Gross, C.G. Hans-Lukas Teuber: A Tribute, Cereb. Cor., 1994, 5:451-454.

 

Gross, C.G. How inferior temporal cortex became a visual area. Cereb. Cor., 1994, 5:455-469.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Mapping space with neurons. Cur. Dir. in Psych. Sci., 1994, 3: 164-167.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Mapping visual space around the arm with bimodal visual-tactile neurons. Neurosci. Abs., 1994, 20:1278.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., G.S. Yap, and C.G. Gross. Coding of visual space by premotor neurons. Science, 1994, 266: 1054-1057.

 

Moore, T., H.R. Rodman, A.B. Repp, and C.G. Gross. Residual vision after striate cortex damage in monkeys: Studies of motion sensitivity. Neurosci. Abs., 1994, 20: 1577.

 

Liu, Z., N.S. Rebmann, C.G. Gross, P.M. Gochin. Size and position invariance in monkey inferior temporal cortex. Neurosci. Abs., 1994, 20: 317.

 

Gross, C.G., and M.S.A. Graziano. Multiple representations of space in the brain. The Neuroscientist , 1994, 1: 43-50.

 

O’Scalaidhe, S.P, T.D. Albright, H.R. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. The effects of superior temporal polysensory area lesions on eye movements in the macaque monkey. J. Neurophysiol., 1995, 73: 1-19.

 

Poggio, T., and C.G. Gross (Eds.) Special Issue on the Temporal Lobes and Object Recognition. Cereb. Cor., 1994, 5:#4.

 

Gross, C.G. Aristotle on the brain. The Neuroscientist, 1995, 1: 245-250.

 

Gross, C.G. Desmondism. Lond. Rev. Books, May 25, 1995, p. 4.

 

Gross, C.G. Review of: T. Ono, L.R. Squire, M. Raichle, D. Perrett, and M. Fukuda, Brain Mechanisms of Perception and Memory: From Neuron to Behavior: (NY: Oxford University Press, 1993), Quart. Rev. Biol., 1995, 70: 246.              

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Afterwards: how the brain represents space near the body. J. NIH Res., 1995, 7: 48.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Effect of attention on visual responses in macaque premotor cortex.  Neurosci. Abs., 1995, 21: 666.

 

Graziano, M. S. A., and C.G. Gross. From eye to hand. in: K.H. Pribram (Ed.), Scale in Conscious Experience, Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1995, pp. 119-129.

 

Moore, T., H.R. Rodman, A.B. Repp, and C.G. Gross. Localization of visual stimuli after striate cortex damage in monkeys: Parallels with human blindsight. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 1995, 92: 8215-8218.

 

Moore, T., A.B. Repp, H.R. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. Preserved motion discrimination in monkeys with early lesions of striate cortex. Neurosci. Abs., 1995, 21: 1651.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Multiple pathways for processing visual space. In: T. Inui and J. McClelland (eds.), Attention and Performance, Vol. 16, MIT Press, 1996, pp. 181-207.

 

Colombo, M., H. R. Rodman, and C.G. Gross. The effects of superior temporal cortex lesions on processing and retention of auditory information in monkeys (Cebus Apella).  J. Neurosci., 1996, 16: 4501-4517.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., C.G. Gross, and T. Fernandez. A comparision of bimodal, visual-tactile neurons in parietal Area 7B and ventral premotor cortex of the monkey brain. Neurosci. Abs., 1996,  22: 398.

 

Nakamura, K., H.H. Chung, M.S.A. Graziano, and C.G. Gross.  The representation of eye position in the parieto-occipital sulcus in the monkey. Neurosci. Abs. , 1996, 22: 1620.

 

Racine, C.A., L.M. Vaina, J.M Diaz, A. Zamani, and C.G. Gross. Are there specific anatomical correlates of “biological motion” perception in the human visual system? Neurosci. Abs., 1996, 22: 400.

 

Moore, T., H.R. Rodman, A.B. Repp., C.G. Gross, and R.S. Mezrich. Greater residual vision in monkeys after striate cortex damage in infancy. J. Neurophysiol., 1996, 76: 3928-3933.

 

Colombo, M., and C.G. Gross. Hippocampus, delay neurons and sensory hetereogeneity. Beh. Brain Sci., 1996, 19: 766-767.

 

Nakamura K., H.H. Chung, M.S.A. Graziano, and C.G. Gross. The representation of eye position in the parieto-occipital sulcus in the monkey. 1st.Cong. Fed. Asian-Ocean. Neurosci.  Soc.  Abs., 1996, p.45.

 

Gross, C.G. Emanuel Swedenborg: A neuroscientist before his time. The Neuroscientist, 1997, 3: 142-147.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., L. Jin, and C.G. Gross. Trimodal, visual-tactile-auditory neurons in a subregion of ventral premotor cortex of the monkey brain. Neurosci. Abs., 1997, 23: 2066.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., X. Hu, and C. G. Gross. Visuo-spatial properties of ventral premotor cortex. J. Neurophysiol., 1997, 77: 2268-2292.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., X. Hu, and C.G. Gross. Coding the locations of objects in the dark. Science, 1997, 277: 239-241.

 

O’Scalaidhe,  S.P., H.R. Rodman, T.D. Albright, and C.G. Gross. The effects of combined superior temporal polysensory area and frontal eye field lesions on eye movements in the macaque monkey. Beh. Brain Res., 1997, 84: 31-46.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Vision, movement, and the monkey brain. In: A. Mikami, (Ed.), The Association Cortex-Structure and Function.   Amsterdam: Overseas Publishers Association, 1997, pp. 219-232.

 

Gross, C.G. Leonardo daVinci on the brain and eye. The Neuroscientist, 1997, 3:347-354.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross. Visual responses with and without fixation: neurons in premotor cortex encode spatial locations independent of eye position. Exp. Brain Res., 1998:373-380.

 

Gross, C.G. From Imhotep to Hubel and Wiesel: The story of visual cortex. In: J.H. Kaas, K. Rockland, and A. Peters (Eds.), Cerebral Cortex, Vol. 12, Extrastriate Cortex.  NY: Plenum, 1997.

 

Gross, C.G. Brain, Vision, Memory: Tales in the History of Neuroscience.  Cambridge: MIT Press, 1998.

Introduction

Chapter 1, From Imhotep to Hubel and Wiesel: The Story of Visual Cortex. (pp. 1-92, links below)

Ancient Egyptian Surgery and Medicine (p. 1)

Greek Philosopher-Scientists and the Beginning of Brain Science (p. 8)

The Medieval Cell Doctrine of Brain Function (p. 31)

The Rebirth of Brain Science (p. 37)

The Beginning of the Modern Era of Cortical Localization (p. 52)

The Discovery of a Visual Center in the Cerebral Cortex (p. 65)

Chapter 2, Leonardo Da Vinci on the Brain and Eye (p. 93)

Chapter 3, Emanuel Swedenborg: A Neuroscientist Before His Time (p. 119)

Chapter 4, The Hippocampus Minor and Man's Place in Nature: A Case Study in the Social Construction of Neuroanatomy (p. 137)

Chapter 5, Beyond Striate Cortex: How Large Portions of the Temporal and Parietal Cortex Became Visual Areas (p. 181)

References (p. 211)

 

Gross, C. G. Rembrandt’s “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Deijman.” Trends. Neurosci., 1998, 21:237-240.

 

Gross, C.G.  Galen and the squealing pig. The Neuroscientist, 1998, 4:216-221.

 

Moore, T., Rodman, H.R. , and Gross, C. G.  Man, monkey and blindsightThe Neuroscientist, 1998, 4:227-230.

 

Colombo, M., T. Fernendez, K. Nakamura, and C.G. Gross.  Functional differentiation along the anterior-posterior axis of the hippocampus in monkeys.  Eur. J. Neurosci.,  1998,  Supp. 10, p.  142. 

 

Fallah, M., P. Azzopardi, C.G. Gross, and H.R.Rodman. Visual motion sensitivity of extrastriate neurons after long-term lesions of striate cortex in macaques. Soc. Cog. Neurosci. Abs., 1998,  Supp. 5, p. 14.

 

Colombo, M., T. Fernandez, K. Nakamura, and C.G. Gross.  Functional differentiation along the anterior-posterior axis of the hippocampus in monkeys.  J. Neurophysiol., 1998, 80: 1002-1005.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., and C.G. Gross.  Spatial maps for the control of movement.  Curr. Opin. Neurobio., 1998, 8:195-201.

 

Gross, C. G.  , and M.S.A. Graziano.  The representation of extra personal space in premotor cortex.  Eur. J. Neurosci., 1998,  Supp. 10, p. 101.

 

Hu, X-T., Graziano, M.S.A., and Gross, C.G.  Spatial coding in area 7b of the macaque. Neurosci. Abs., 1998, 24: 1140.

 

Gross, C.G.  Claude Bernard and the constancy of the internal environment.  The Neuroscientist, 1998,4: 380-385.

 

Azzopardi P, Fallah M, Gross CG, Rodman HR Responses of neurons in visual areas MT and MST after lesions of striate cortex in macaque monkeys. 1998, Neurosci. Abs., 24: 648.

 

Fallah M, Azzopardi P, Gross CG, Rodman HR Visual motion sensitivity of extrastriate neurons in macaques with long standing lesions of striate cortex. 1998, J. Cog. Neurosci. Suppl. 14.

 

Gross, C.G.  The fire that comes from the eye.  The Neuroscientist, 1999, 5:58-64.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., Reiss, L.A.J., and Gross, C.G.  A neuronal representation of the location of nearby sounds, Nature,  1999, 397:428-430.

 

Gross, C.G. History of localization of function in the cerebral cortex.  In R.A. Wilson and F.C. Keil (Ed.) MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999, pp. 203-204.

 

Gross, C.G., Hans-Lukas Teuber. In R.A. Wilson and F.C. Keil (Ed.) MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999, pp. 832-833.

 

Nakamura, K., Chung, H.H., Graziano, M.S.A., and Gross, C.G.  Dynamic representation of eye position in the parieto-occipital sulcus.  J. Neurophysiol., 1999, 81:2374-2385.

 

Gross, C. G.  A hole in the head.  The Neuroscientist, 1999, 5:263-269.

 

Gross, C.G.  Review of: V.B. Mountcastle,  Perceptual Neuroscience: The Cerebral Cortex.  (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1998), Nat. Neurosci., 1999, 2:399.

 

Gross, C.G. Phrenology. In: G. Adelman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2nd ed.  Boston: Birkhauser, 1999, pp.  1645-1646.

 

Gross, C.G. Early History of Neuroscience, In: G. Adelman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2nd ed. Boston: Birkhauser, 1999, pp.  1444-1447.

 

Gould, E., Reeves, A., Fallah, M., Tanapat, P., Gross, C.G., and Fuchs, E.  Hippocampal neurogenesis in adult Old World primates.  Proc.  Natl. Acad. Sci., 1999, 96:5263-5267.

 

Gross, C.G. ‘Psychosurgery’ in Renaissance Art.  Trends Neurosci., 1999, 22:429-431.

 

Gould, E., A.Reeves, M.S.Graziano, and C.G.Gross.  Neurogenesis in the neocortex of adult primates. Science, 1999, 286:548-552.

 

Gross, C.G.  Review of: S. Ramon y Cajal, Advice for a Young Investigator. (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999), Quart. Rev. Biol.  2000, 1:40.

 

Gross, C.G.  Review of:   F. C. Rose, (Ed). A Short History of Neurology: The British Contribution 1660-1910.  (Oxford:  Butterworth Heinemann, 1999),  Neuropsychologia,  2000, 38: 1441-1442.

 

Azzopardi P, Fallah M, Regenbogen SE, Gross CG, Rodman HR Response latencies of neurons in cortical areas MT and MST in monkeys with striate cortex lesions. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 1999, 40: Suppl. 640.

 

Gould, E., Gross, C.G. Reply to Nowakowski, R.S., Haye, N.L.  New Neurons: Extraordinary Evidence or Extraordinary Conclusion? 2000, www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/288/5467/771a

 

Gross, C.G.  Coding for visual categories in the human brain.  Nat. Neurosci., 2000. 3: 855-856.

 

Gross, C.G. Neurogenesis in the adult brain:  death of a dogma. Nat. Rev. Neurosci., 2000 1: 67-73.

 

Moore, T., Fallah, M. Gross C.G. The role of oculomotor mechanisms in directing spatial attention.  Neurosci. Abs., 2000, 30: 967.

 

Moore, T., Rodman, H., Gross, C.G.  Directional motion discrimination after early lesions of striate cortex.  (V1) of the macaque monkey.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 2001, 98:325-330.

 

Moore, T., Rodman, H.R. and Gross, C.G.. Recovery of visual function following damage to striate cortex in monkeys.  In:  B.de Gelder, E. De Haan C. Heywood (eds), Varieties of unconscious processing: new findings and new comparisons, Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2001, 35-51.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., Wheeler, M.E., Gross, C.G.  (2000) From vision to action:  How the primate brain encodes and remembers visuomotor space.  In:  J. J. Bohuis (Ed.) Brain Mechanisms of Perception, Learning and Memory:  Essays for Gabriel Hornpp. 7-15.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.

 

Gould, E., Vail, N., Wagers, M., Gross, C.G.  Adult-generated hippocampal and neocortical neurons in macaques have a transient existence.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 2001, 98, 10910-10917.

 

Gould, E. and Gross, C.G., Neurogenesis in Adult Mammals:  Some Progress and Problems. J. Neurosci., 2002, 22: 619-23.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., Alisharan, S.E., Hu, X., and Gross, C.G. The clothing effect: Tactile neurons in the precentral gyrus do not respond to the touch of the familiar primate chair. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 2002, 99: 11930-11933.

 

Colombo, M., Colombo, A., and Gross, C.G., Bartolomeo Panizza's Observations on the Optic Nerve (1855), Behvioral Brain Research, Brain Res Bull. 2002, 58:529-39.

 

Gross, C.G. The Genealogy of the “Grandmother Cell.” The Neuroscientist, 2002, 8: 512-518.

 

Gross, C.G. Trepanation from the Paleolithic to the Internet. In R. Arnott, R. Breitweiser, B. Lichterman, C.U.M. Smith, S. Finger (Eds). Trepanation: History, Discovery, Theory, Lisse: Swets and Zeitlinger, 2002, pp 307-322.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., Gross CG, Taylor CSR and Moore T. A system of multimodal areas in the primate brain. In: (Spence and Driver, Eds) Crossmodal Space and Crossmodal Attention. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2003, 51-67.

 

Taylor, C.S.R., and Gross, C.G. Twitches versus Movements: A story of motor cortex. The Neuroscientist, 2003, 9: 332-342.

 

Gross, C.G., Moore, T., and Rodman, H.R. Visually guided behavior after V1 lesions in young and adult monkeys and its relation to blindsight in humans. Prog. Brain Res., 2003, 144: 279-294.

 

Azzopardi, P., Fallah, M., Gross, C.G. and Rodman, H.R. Response latencies of neurons in visual areas MT and MST of monkeys with striate cortex lesions. Neuropsychologia, 2003, 41: 1738-1756.

 

Graziano, M.S.A., Gross C.G., Taylor, C.S.R. and Moore, T. Multisensory neurons for the control of defensive movements. In: (G.A. Calvert, C. Spence, and B.E. Stein, Eds.) The Handbook of Multisensory Processes. Cambridge: MIT Press. 2004, 443-453.

Vaina, L. M., and Gross, C. G. Perceptual deficits in patients with impaired recognition of biological motion after temporal lobe lesions. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 2004, 101: 16947-16951.

 

Gross, C. G. Donald R. Griffin. Biol. Mem. Natl. Acad Sci., 2005, 86: 1-20.

 

Pinsk, M. A., Moore, T., Richter, M. C., Gross, C. G., and Kastner, S. Methods for functional magnetic resonance imaging in normal and lesioned behaving monkeys. J. Neurosci. Methods, 2005, 143: 179-195.

 

Pinsk, M. A., DeSimone, K., Moore, T., Gross, C. G., and Kastner S. Representations of faces and body parts in macaque temporal cortex: a functional MRI study. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 2005, 102: 6996-7001.

 

Kozorovitskiy, Y., Gross, C.G., Kopil, C., Battaglia, L., McBreen, M., Stranahan, A.M., and Gould, E. Experience induces structural and biochemical changes in the adult primate brain. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 2005, 102: 17478-17482.

 

Croxson, P.L., Johansen-Berg, H., Behrens, T.E., Robson, M.D., Pinsk, M.A., Gross, C.G., Richter, W., Richter, M.C., Kastner, S., and Rushworth, M.F. Quantitative investigation of connections of the prefrontal cortex in the human and macaque using probabilistic diffusion tractography. J. Neurosci., 2005, 25: 8854-8866.

 

Gross, C.G. Processing the facial image: a brief history. Am. Psychol., 2005, 60: 755-763.

Gross, C.G. [Biography] . Am. Psychol., 2005, 60: 753-755.

Gross, C.G. Seeing sense: A look back at work that established the link between eye and brain. Review of: Hubel, D.H. and Wiesel, T.N. Brain and Visual Perception: The Story of a 25-Year Collaboration. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004). Nature, 2005, 434: 1069-1070.

 

Ramnani, N., Behrens, T.E., Johansen-Berg, H., Richter, M.C., Pinsk, M.A., Andersson, J.L., Rudebeck, P., Ciccarelli, O., Richter, W., Thompson, A.J., Gross, C.G., Robson, M.D., Kastner, S., and Matthews, P.M. The evolution of prefrontal inputs to the cortico-pontine system: diffusion imaging evidence from macaque monkeys and humans. Cereb. Cortex, 2006, 16: 811-818.

 

Gross, C.G. and Ghazanfar, A.A. A mostly sure-footed account of the hand. Review of: Mountcastle, V.B., The Sensory Hand: Neural Mechanisms of Somatic Sensation. (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2005). Science, 2006, 312: 1314.

Gross, C.G. Review of: Kandel, E.R. In Search of Memory. The emergence of a new science of mind. (New York: Norton, 2006), (London) Times Literary Supplement July 14, 2006.

Gross, C.G. The discovery of motor cortex and its background in the 18th and early 19th centuries. J. Hist. Neurosci., 2007, 16: 320-331.

 

Leuner, B., Kozorovitskiy, Y., Gross, C.G., and Gould E. Diminished adult neurogenesis in the marmoset brain precedes old age. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 2007, 104: 17169-17173.

 

Gross, C.G. Phrenology. In: DeSouza, J. (Ed.) New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 4th Ed., 2007, Oxford: Elsevier.

 

Gross, C.G. History of Neuroscience: Early Neuroscience. In: DeSouza, J. (Ed.) New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 4th Ed., 2007, Oxford: Elsevier.

Gross, C.G. Single neuron studies of inferior temporal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 2007, 45: 841-852.

 

Gross, C.G. Autobiographical memoir. In: Squire, L. R. (Ed.), The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography. 2009, Oxford: Elsevier.

 

Gross, C.G. Three before their time: Neuroscientists whose ideas were ignored by their contemporaries. Exp. Brain Res. , 2009, 192: 321-334.

 

Gross, C. G., Inferior Temporal Cortex. Scholarpedia, 2008, 3(12): 7294. http://www.scholarpedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=Inferior_temporal_cortex&diff=46392&oldid=39225

 

Pinsk, M. A., Arcaro, M., Weiner, K. S., Kalkus, J. F., Inati, S. J., Gross, C. G., and Kastner, S. Neural representations of faces and body parts in macaque and human cortex: A comparative fMRI study. J. Neurophysiol., 2009, 101: 2581-2600.

 

Gross, C. G., Early steps toward animal rights. Review of K. Shevelow, For the Love of Animals: The Rise of the Animal Protection Movement (New York: Henry Holt, 2008). Science, 2009, 324: 466-467.

 

Gross, C. G., Wait: A memoir of a red diaper baby. Boulevard, 2009, 25(1): 60-86.

 

Gross, C. G., A Hole in the Head: More Tales in the History of Neuroscience. 2009, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 

Gross, C. G., Making sense of printed symbols. Review of: Dehaene, S. Reading in the Brain: The Science and Evolution of a Human Invention. (New York: Viking, 2009). Science, 2010, 327: 524-525.

Gross, C. G., Alfred Russell Wallace and the Evolution of the Human Mind, The Neuroscientist, 2010, 16: 496-507.

 

Gross, C. G., Review of: Verplaetse, J., Localizing the Moral Sense (Springer, 2009). Social History of Medicine, 2010, 23: 422-423.

Gross, C. G., Review of: Sacks, O. The Mind's Eye (N.Y.: Knopf, 2010). Times of London Literary Supplement, Feb 18, 2011, P. 26.

 

Gross, C. G., Review of: Shephard, G. M., Creating Modern Neuroscience: The Revolutionary 1950's. (Oxford, 2010). Social History of Medicine, 2011, 24: 190-191.

 

Gross, C. G., Photographs, Boulevard, 2011, 26(3): 87-90.

 

Gross, C. G., Malpighi's cortical glands. Cortex, 47: 903-904.

 

Gross, C. G., Disgrace. The Nation, Jan. 9/16, 2012, pp. 25-32.

 

Gross, C. G., Bartley Gore Hoebel. American Psychologist, 2012, 67: 161.

 

Gross, C. G.,Viennese Memories, Art, and Freud. Review of Kandel, E., The Age of Insight: The Quest to Understand the Unconscious in Art, Mind, and Brain. (Random House, 2012). Science, 2012, 336: 1232.

 

Gross, C. G., Revolutions in Neuroscience. J. Cog. Neurosci., 2012, in press.

 

Gross, C.G., Historical Aspects of Neurology.Oxford Textbook in Clinical Neurology:  Cognitive Neurology and Dementia ed. M. Husain and J. Schott (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014, in press)

 

Gross, C.G., “Charlie’s Lab”. J. Cog. Neurosci., 2014, in press.

 

Gross, C.G. Autobiographical memoir. In: Squire, L. R. (Ed.), The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography. 2009, Oxford: Elsevier