July 3, 2022

Research articles, reviews, chapters and edited volumes

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  • M.A.J. Apps and N. Ramnani (2017), “Contributions of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex to Social Influence in Economic Decision-Making”, Cerebral Cortex, 1-14.
  • C.J. Steele, A. Anwander, P.-L. Bazin, R. Trampel, A. Schaefer, R. Turner, N. Ramnani, A. Villringer (2016), “Human Cerebellar Sub-millimeter Diffusion Imaging Reveals the Motor and Non-motor Topography of the Dentate Nucleus”, Cerebral Cortex, 1-12.
  • Apps M, Lesage E and Ramnani N (in press), “Vicarious reinforcement learning signals when instructing others”, Journal of Neuroscience, 35(7):2904-13.
  • Cerebellar Learning, Progress in Brain Research vol. 210. Ed.  Ramnani N (2014).
  • Ramnani N (2014), “Automatic and Controlled Processing in the Cortico-Cerebellar System”, in Cerebellar Learning, Progress in Brain Research vol. 210. Ed.  Ramnani N.
  • Apps MAJ and Ramnani N (2014), “The anterior cingulate gyrus signals the net-value of others’ rewards”, Journal of Neuroscience, 34(18):6190-200.
  • Leonard F. Koziol, Deborah Budding, Nancy Andreasen, Stefano D’Arrigo, Sara  Bulgheroni, Hiroshi Imamizu, Masao Ito, Mario Manto, Cherie Marvel, Krystal Parker, Giovanni Pezzulo, Narender Ramnani, Daria Riva, Jeremy Schmahmann, Larry Vandervert, Tadashi Yamazaki (2013), “Consensus Paper: The Cerebellum’s Role in Movement and Cognition”, Cerebellum, 13(1):151-77.
  • Apps MAJ, Green, R and Ramnani N (2013), “Reinforcement learning signals in the anterior cingulate cortex code for others’ false beliefs”, Neuroimage, 64:1-9 .
  • Balsters JH, Whelan C, Roberston I and Ramnani N (2012), “Cerebellum and cognition: Evidence for the encoding of higher-order rules”, Cerebral Cortex (in press).
  • Apps MA, Balsters JH, Ramnani N (2012), “The anterior cingulate cortex: Monitoring the outcomes of others’ decisions”, Social Neuroscience, 7(4):424-35.
  • Budisavljevic S, Ramnani N (2012), “Cognitive deficits from a cerebellar tumour: a historical case report from Luria’s Laboratory.”, Cortex. 48(1):26-35.
  • Ramnani N (2012), “Frontal Lobe and Posterior Parietal Contributions to the Cortico-cerebellar System.”, Cerebellum 11(2):366-83.
  • Balsters JH and Ramnani N (2011), “Cerebellar plasticity and the automation of first-order rules”, Journal of Neuroscience, 31(6):2305-12.
  • Lesage E, Apps MAJ, Hayter AL, Beckmann CF, Barnes D, Langdon DW and Ramnani N. (2010), “Cerebellar information processing in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS)”, Behavioral Neurology, 23: 39-49.
  • Balsters JH, Cussans E, Diedrichsen J, Phillips KA, Preuss TM, Rilling JK, Ramnani N (2010) Evolution of the cerebellar cortex: The selective expansion of prefrontal-projecting cerebellar lobules. Neuroimage, 43:388-98.
  • Jill X. O’Reilly, Christian F. Beckmann, Valentina Tomassini, Narender Ramnani and Heidi Johansen-Berg (2010). “Distinct and overlapping functional zones in the cerebellum defined by resting state functional connectivity”, Cerebral Cortex, 20:953-65.
  • Diedrichsen J, Balsters JH, Flavell J, Cussans E, & Ramnani N (2009). A probabilistic MR atlas of the human cerebellum. Neuroimage, 46(1), 39-46.
  • Balsters JH and Ramnani N (2009), “Symbolic Representations of Action in the Human Cerebellum”, NeuroImage 43(2), 388-98.
  • Hayter AL, Langdon DW and Ramnani N (2007), “Cerebellar Contributions to Working Memory”, NeuroImage, 36(3):943-54
  • Ramnani N (2006) “The Primate Cortico-Cerebellar System”, Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 7(7):511-22
  • Ramnani N et al. (2006), “The evolution of prefrontal inputs to the cortico-pontine system: Diffusion imaging evidence from macaque monkeys and humans”, Cerebral Cortex, 16(6):811-8. (doi:10.1093/cercor/bhj024)
  • Smith SM, Beckmann CF, Ramnani N, Woolrich MW, Bannister PR, Jenkinson M, Matthews PM, McGonigle DJ (2005). “Variability in FMRI: A Re-Examination of Intersession Differences”. Human Brain Mapping, 24(3):248-257.
  • Ramnani N and Owen AM (2004), “The Anterior Prefrontal Cortex: What can functional imaging tell us about function?” Nature Reviews: Neuroscience 5, 184-194. [Download PDF]
  • Ramnani N and Miall RC, (2004) “A system in the human brain for predicting the actions of others”, Nature Neuroscience, 2004, 7(1): 85 – 90. [Download PDF]
  • Ramnani N, Behrens TEJ, Penny W and Matthews PM (2004), “New approaches for exploring functional and anatomical connectivity in the human brain”, Biological Psychiatry, 56(9):613-9; Invited Neuroscience Perspectives Review.
  • Ramnani N, Elliott, R, Athwal BS and Passingham RE (2004), “Prediction error for free monetary reward in the human prefrontal cortex”. NeuroImage, 23(3):777-768.
  • Rogers RD, Ramnani N, Mackay C, Wilson JL, Jezzard P, Carter CS, Smith SM (2004), “Distinct portions of anterior cingulate cortex and medial prefrontal cortex are activated by reward processing in separable phases of decision-making cognition”, Biological Psychiatry, 55(6):594-602.
  • Lau H, Rogers RD, Ramnani N and Passingham RE (2004), “Willed Action and Attention to the Selection of Action”, Neuroimage. 21(4):1407-15.
  • Passingham RE and Ramnani N and Rowe J (2003). “Motor Control”, In “Human Brain Function”, 2nd Edition, Academic Press.
  • Ramnani N and Miall RC (2003), ”Instructed Delay Activity In The Human Prefrontal Cortex Is Modulated By Monetary Reward Expectation”, Cerebral Cortex, 13(3): 318-327.
  • Sakai K, Ramnani N and Passingham RE (2002), “Learning of sequences of finger movements and timing: Frontal lobe and action-oriented representation”, Journal of Neurophysiology, 8: 2035-2046.
  • Ramnani N, Lee L, Mechelli A, Phillips C, Roebroeck A, Formisano E. (2002), “Exploring brain connectivity: a new frontier in systems neuroscience”, Trends in Neurosciences, 25:496-7.
  • Ramnani N and Miall RC (2001), ”Expanding cerebellar horizons”, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5(4): 135-136.
  • Ramnani N and Passingham RE (2001), “Changes in the human brain during rhythm learning: A PET study”. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 13(7): 952-66.
  • Ramnani N, Toni I, Passingham, RE and Haggard, P (2001), “The Cerebellum and Parietal Cortex play a specific role in coordination: A PET Study”. NeuroImage, 14(4):899-911.
  • Toni I, Ramnani N, Josephs O, Ashburner J and Passingham RE (2001), ”Learning arbitrary visuo-motor associations: I. Temporal dynamics of brain activity”. NeuroImage, 14:1048-1057.
  • Ramnani N, Toni I, Josephs O, Ashburner J and Passingham RE (2000), “Learning- and expectation-related changes in the human brain during motor learning”. Journal of Neurophysiology, 84: 3026-3036.
  • Ramnani N and Yeo CH (1996), “Reversible inactivations of the cerebellum prevent the extinction of conditioned responses in rabbits”. Journal of Physiology (Lond), 495: 159-68.
  • Hardiman MJ, Ramnani N, and Yeo CH (1996). “Reversible inactivations of the cerebellum with muscimol prevent the acquisition and extinction of conditioned nictitating membrane responses in the rabbit”. Experimental Brain Res. 110(2): 235-47.