Graduate Student

Nathan Hall



Room: 115 Mellon Institute
Phone: 412.268.3923
Mentor: Dr. Carol Colby
njh5@pitt.edu

Prior Degree:

BS, University of Pittsburgh(2007)

Focus:

Visual processing and cognition.

Publications:

Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. S-cone Visual Stimuli Activate Superior Colliculus Neurons in Old World Monkeys: Implications for Understanding Blindsight. J Cogn Neurosci, In Press, 2014.

Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. Psychophysical definition of S cone stimuli in the macaque. Journal of Vision. 13(2): 20, 1-18, 2013.

Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. Remapping for visual stability. Phil Trans B. 366:528-39, 2011.

Dunn, C.A., Hall, N.J. and Colby, C.L. Spatial updating in monkey superior colliculus in the absence of the forebrain commissures: dissociation between superficial and intermediate layers. J. Neurophysiology. 104: 1267-85, 2010.