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82. Mekhaiel, D.Y., Goodale, M.A., Corneil, B.D. Rapid integration of face detection and task set in visually guided reaching. Mekhaiel_et_al_2023_bioRxiv.pdf

81. Botzanowski, B., Acerbo, E., Lehmann, S.J., Kearsley, S.L., Steiner, M., Neufeld, E., Missey, F., Muller, L., Jirsa, V., Corneil, B.D., Williamson, A. Controlling focality and intensity of non-invasive deep brain stimulation using multipolar temporal interference in non-human primates and rodents. Botzanowski_et_al_2023_bioRxiv.pdf

80. Divakar, R., Loeb. G.E., Corneil, B.D., Wallis, G., Carroll, T.J. A subcortical origin for rapid,  target-oriented corticospinal excitability changes during visually guided reaching. Divakar_et_al_2022a_bioRxiv.pdf

79. Divakar, R., Loeb. G.E., Corneil, B.D., Wallis, G., Carroll, T.J. A complex reach direction rule that delays rection time causes alternating excitation and inhibtion in express muscle responses and corticospinal excitability. Divakar_et_al_2022b_bioRxiv.pdf


78. Contemori, S., Loeb, G.E., Corneil, B.D., Wallis, G., Carroll, T.J. Express visuomotor responses reflect knowledge of both target location and concious intent during reaches of different amplitudes. OnLine ahead of print at J Neurosci. Contemori_et_al_2023

77. Billen, L.S., Corneil, B.D., Weerdesteyn, V. Evidence for an intricate relationship between express visuomotor responses, postural control, and rapid step initiation in lower limbs. Neuroscience 531:60-74. Billen_et_al_2023

76. Cecala, A.L., Kozak, R.A., Pruszynski, J.A., Corneil, B.D. Done in 65 ms: Express visuomotor responses in upper limb muscles in rhesus macaques. eNeuro 10:8 doi: 10.1523/ENEURO.0078-23.2023. Cecala_et_al_2023.

75. Selen, L.P.J., Corneil, B.D., Medendorp, W.P.  (2023) Single-trial dynamics of competing reach plans in the human motor periphery. J Neurosci 43: 2782-2793. Selen_et_al_2023.


74. Contemori, S., Loeb, G.E., Corneil, B.D., Wallis, G., Carroll, T.J. (2022) Symbolic cues enhance express visuomotor responses in human arm muscles at the motor planning rather than the visuospatial processing stage. J Neurophysiol128: 494-510 Contemori_et_al_2022.pdf

73. Kearsley, S.L., Cecala, A.L., Kozak, R.A., Corneil, B.D. Express arm responses appear bilaterally on upper-limb muscles in an arm choice reaching task. J Neurophysiol 127: 969-983.  Kearsley_et_al_2022.pdf

72. Lehmann, S.J. and Corneil, B.D. (2022) Completing the puzzle: why studies in non-human primates are needed to better understand the effects of non-invasive brain stimulation. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 132: 1074-1085. Lehmann_and_Corneil_2022.pdf

71. Gordon, K.A., Baitz, J., Gnanasegaram, J.J., McKnight, C., Corneil, B.D., Camp, A.J., Cushing, S.L. (2022) Response characteristics of cervical vestibular evoked myogenic potentials recorded over splenius capitis in a clinical setting. Acta Otorrinolaringologica Espanola. 73: 164-176. Gordon_et_al_2022. pdf


70. Contemori, S., Loeb, G.E., Corneil, B.D., Wallis, G., Carroll, T.J. (2021) Trial-by-trial modulation of express visuomotor responses induced by symbolic or barely detectable cues. J Neurophysiol 126: 1507-1523. Contemori_et_al_2021b.pdf


69. Kozak, R.A. and Corneil, B.D. (2021) High contrast, moving targets in an emerging target paradigm promote fast visuomotor responses during visually guided reaching. 126: 68-81. J Neurophysiology Kozak_and_Corneil_2021.pdf

68. Contemori, S., Loeb, G.E., Corneil, B.D., Wallis, G., Carroll, T.J. (2021) The influence of temporal predictability on express visuomotor responses. J Neurophysiol 125: 731-747 Contemori_et_al_2021a.pdf

67. Peel, T.R., Dash, S., Lomber, S.G., Corneil, B.D. (2021) Frontal eye field inactivation alters the readout of superior colliculus activity for saccade generation in a task-dependent manner. J Comp Neurosci 49: 229-249 Peel_et_al_2021.pdf


66. Kozak, R.A., Cecala, A.L., Corneil, B.D. (2020) An emerging target paradigm to evoke fast visuomotor responses on human upper limb muscles J Vis Exp 162, Kozak_et _al_2020.pdf


65. Dash, S., Peel, T.R., Lomber, S.G., Corneil, B.D. (2020) Impairment but not abolishment of express saccades after unilateral or bilateral inactivation of the frontal eye fields. J Neurophysiol 123: 1907-1919. Dash_et_al_2020.pdf



64. Kozak, R.A., Kreyenmeier, P., Gu, C., Johnston, K., Corneil, B.D. (2019) Stimulus-locked responses on human upper limb muscles and corrective reaches are preferentially evoked by low spatial frequencies. eNeuro. 6(5) doi: 10.1523/ENEURO.0301-19.2019 Kozak_et_al_2019.pdf


63. Ali, F.M., Westling, M., Zhao, L.H., Corneil, B.D., Camp, A.J. (2019) Splenius capitis: sensitive target for the cVEMP in older and neurodegenerative patients. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 276: 2991-3003. Ali_et_al_2019.pdf


62. Verbruggen, F., Aron, A.R., Band, G.P.H., Beste, C., Bissett, P.G., Brockett, A.T., Brown, J.W., Chamberlain, S.R., Chambers, C.D., Colonius, H., Colzato, L.S., Corneil, B.D., Coxon, J.P., Eagle, D.M., Dupuis, A., Garavan, H., Greenhouse, I., Heathcote, A., Huster, R.J., Jahfari, S., Kenemans, J.L., Leunissen, I., Logan, G.D., Matzke, D., Morein-Zamir, S., Murthy, A., Li, C.R., Paré, M., Poldrack, R.A., Ridderinkhof, K.R., Robbins, T.W., Roesch, M.R., Rubia, K., Schachar, R.J., Schall, J.D., Stock, A.K., Swann, N.C., Thakkar, K.N., van der Molen, M.W., Vermeylen, L., Vink, M., Wessel, J.R., Whelan, R., Zandbelt, B.B., Boehler, C.N. (2019) Capturing the ability to inhibit actions and impulsive behaviors: A consensus guide to the stop-signal paradigm. Elife 8, e46323, Verbruggen_et_al_2019.pdf


61. Sedov, A., Usova, S., Semenova, U., Gamaleya, A., Tomisky, A., Crawford, J.D., Corneil. B.D., Jinnah, H., Shaikh, A.G., (2019) The role of pallidum in the neural integrator model of dystonia. Neurobiol Dis 125: 45-54. Sedov_et_al_2019.pdf


60. Gu, C., Pruszynski, J.A., Gribble, P.L., Corneil, B.D. (2019) A rapid visuomotor response on the human upper limb is selectively influenced by implicit, but not explicit, motor learning. J Neurophysiol 121: 85-95. Gu_et_al_2019.pdf



59. Corneil, B.D. and Camp, A.J. (2018) Animal models of vestibular evoked myogenic potentials: The past, present, and future. Front Neurol 9:489 Corneil_and_Camp_2018.pdf


58. Atsma, J., Maij, F., Gu, C., Medendorp, W.P., Corneil, B.D. (2018) Active braking of whole-arm reaching movements provides single-trial neuromuscular measures of movement cancellation. J Neurosci 38: 4367-4382. Atsma_et_al_2018.pdf


57. Dash, S., Peel, T.R., Lomber, S.G., Corneil, B.D. (2018) Frontal eye field inactivation reduces saccade preparation, but does not alter how preparatory activity relates to saccades of a given latency eNeuro 5(2) Dash_et_al_2018.pdf


56. Gu, C., Pruszynski, J.A., Gribble, P.L., Corneil, B.D. (2018) Done in 100 ms: Path-dependent visuomotor transformation in the human upper limb. J Neurophysiol 119: 1319-1328. Gu_et_al_2018a.pdf



55. Peel, T.R., Dash, S., Lomber, S.G., Corneil, B.D. (2017) Frontal eye field inactivation diminishes superior colliculus activity, but delayed saccadic accumulation governs reaction time increases. J Neurosci 37: 11715-11730. Peel_et_al_2017.pdf


54. Camp, A.J., Gu, C., Cushing, S.L., Gordon, K.A., Corneil, B.D. (2017) Splenius capitis is a reliable target for measuring cervical vestibular evoked myogenic potentials in adults. Eur J Neurosci. 45: 1212-1223. Camp_et_al_2017.pdf




53. Peel, T.R., Hafed, A.M., Dash, S., Lomber, S.G., Corneil, B.D. (2016) A causal role for the frontal eye fields in microsaccade deployment PLOS Biol 14(8): e1002531. Peel_et_al_2016.pdf


52. Gu, C., Wood, D.K, Gribble, P.L., Corneil, B.D. (2016) A trial-by-trial window into sensorimotor transformations in the human motor periphery J Neurosci 36: 8273-8282. Gu_et_al_2016.pdf


51. Rincon-Gonzalez, L., Selen, L.P.J., Halfwerk, K., Koppen, M., Corneil, B.D. and Medendorp, W.P. (2016) Decisions in motion: Vestibular contributions to saccadic target selection J Neurophysiol 116: 977-985 Rincon-Gonzalez_et_al_2016.pdf


50. Lehmann, S.J. and Corneil, B.D. (2016) Transient pupil dilation after sub-saccadic microstimulation of primate Frontal Eye Fields J Neurosci 36: 3765-3776. Lehmann_and_Corneil_2016.pdf



49. Walton, D.M. et al. (2015) Research priorities in the field of post-traumatic pain and disability: results of an interdisciplinary consensus-gathering workshop Pain Research and Management Epub ahead of print. Walton_et_al_2015.pdf


48. Goonetilleke, S.C., Katz, K., Wood. D.K., Gu, C., Huk, A.C. and Corneil, B.D. (2015) Cross-species comparison of anticipatory and stimulus-driven neck muscle activity well before saccadic gaze shifts in humans and non-human primates J Neurophysiol 114: 902-913. Goonetilleke_et_al_2015.pdf


47. Wood, D.K, Gu, C., Corneil, B.D., Gribble, P.L. and Goodale, M.A. (2015) Transient visual responses reset the phase of low-frequency oscillations in the skeletomotor periphery. Eur J Neurosci 42: 1919-1932 Wood_et_al_2015.pdf



46. Gu, C. and Corneil, B.D. (2014) Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the prefrontal cortex in awake nonhuman primates evokes a polysynaptic neck muscle response that reflects oculomotor activity at the time of stimulation J Neurosci 34: 14803-14815. Gu_and_Corneil_2014.pdf


45. Corneil, B.D., Munoz, D.P. (2014) Overt responses during covert orienting. Neuron 82: 1230-1243 Corneil_and_Munoz_2014.pdf


44. Atsma, J., Maij, F., Corneil, B.D., Medendorp, W.P. (2014) No perisaccadic mislocalization with abruptly cancelled saccades. J Neurosci 34: 5497-5504 Atsma_et_al_2014.pdf


43. Zenon, A., Corneil, B.D., Filali-Sadouk, N., Olivier, E. (2014) Counterproductive effect of saccadic suppression during attention shifts. PLoS One 9: e86633 Zenon_et_al_2014.pdf


42. Peel, T.R., Johnston, K., Lomber, S.G., Corneil, B.D. (2014) Bilateral saccadic deficits following large and reversible inactivation of unilateral frontal eye field. J Neurophysiol. 111: 415-433 Peel_et_al_2014.pdf


41. Chapman, B.B., and Corneil, B.D. (2014) Short-duration stimulation of the supplementary eye fields perturbs anti-saccades while potentiating contralateral head orienting. Eur. J. Neurosci. 39: 295-307 Chapman_and_Corneil_2014.pdf



40. Corneil, B.D., Chen, J.C., Goonetilleke, S.C. (2013) Dynamic and opposing adjustment of movement cancellation and generation in an oculomotor countermanding task, J. Neurosci. 33: 9975-9984 Corneil_et_al_2013.pdf



39.Farshadmanesh, F., Byrne, P., Keith, G.P., Wang, H., Corneil, B.D., Crawford, J.D.  (2012) Relationships between neck muscle electromyography and three dimensional head kinematics during centrally-induced torsional head movements. J. Neurophys. 108: 2867-2883 Farshadmanesh_et_al_2012b.pdf


38. Goonetilleke, S.C., Wong, J.P., Corneil, B.D. (2012) Validation of a within-trial measure of the oculomotor stop process. J. Neurophys. 108: 760-770 Goonetilleke_et_al_2012.pdf.


37. Buchholz, V.N., Goonetilleke, S.C., Medendorp, W.P., Corneil, B.D. (2012) Greater benefits of multisensory integration during complex sensorimotor transformations. J. Neurophys. 107: 3135-3143 Buchholz_et_al_2012.pdf.


36. Corneil, B.D., Goonetilleke, S.C., Peel, T.R., Green, K.A., Welch, I. (2012) Ultrasound-guided insertion of intramuscular electrodes into suboccipital muscles in the non-human primate. J. Electromyograph. Kinesiol. 22: 553-559 Corneil_et_al_2012a.pdf.


35. Chapman, B.B., Pace, M.A., Cushing, S.L., Corneil, B.D. (2012) Recruitment of a contralateral head turning synergy by stimulation of the monkey supplementary eye fields. J. Neurophysiol. 107: 1694-1710. Chapman_et_al_2012.pdf


34. Farshadmanesh, F., Byrne, P., Keith, G.P., Wang, H., Corneil, B.D., Crawford, J.D.  (2012) Cross-validated models of the relationships between neck muscle electromyography and three-dimensional head kinematics during gaze behaviour. J Neurophysiol. 107: 573-590 Farshadmanesh_et_al_2012.pdf



33. Goonetilleke, S.C., Gribble, P.L., Mirsattari, S.M., Doherty, T.J., Corneil, B.D. (2011) Neck muscle responses evoked by transcranial magnetic stimulation of the human frontal eye fields. Eur. J. Neurosci. 33: 2155-2167. Goonetilleke_et_al_2011.pdf


32. Chapman, B.B., and Corneil, B.D. (2011) Neuromuscular recruitment related to stimulus presentation and task instruction during an anti-saccade task. Eur. J. Neurosci. 33: 349-360. Chapman_and_Corneil_2011.pdf



31. Goonetilleke, S.C., Doherty, T.J., Corneil, B.D. (2010) A within trial measure of the stop signal reaction time in a head-unrestrained oculomotor countermanding task. J. Neurophysiol. 104: 3677-3690. Goonetilleke_et_al_2010.pdf


30. Corneil, B.D., Elsley, J.K., Nagy, B., Cushing, S.L. (2010) Motor output evoked by sub-saccadic stimuaton of primate frontal eye fields Proc Natl Acad Sci 107: 6070-6075. Corneil_et_al_2010.pdf


29. Nagy, B. and Corneil, B.D. (2010) Representation of horizontal head-on-body position in the primate superior colliculus. J. Neurophysiol. 103: 858-874. Nagy_and_Corneil_2010.pdf



28. Brien, D.C., Corneil, B.D., Fecteau, J.H., Bell, A.H., Munoz, D.P. (2009) The behavioural and neurophysiological modulation of microsaccades in monkeys. J. Eye Movement Res. 3(2):4, 1-12. Brien_et_al_2009.pdf


27. Stevenson, S.A., Elsley, J.K., Corneil, B.D. (2009) A “Gap effect” on stop signal reaction times in a human saccadic countermanding task. J. Neurophysiol. 101: 580-590. Stevenson_et_al_2009.pdf



26. Farshadmanesh, F., Chang, P., Wang, H., Yan, X., Corneil, B.D., Crawford, J.D. (2008) Neck muscle synergies during stimulation and inactivation of the interstitial nucleus of Cajal (INC). J. Neurophysiol. 100: 1677-1685. Farshadmanesh_et_al_2008.pdf


25. Rezvani, S. and Corneil, B.D. (2008) Recruitment of a head turning synergy by low-frequency activity in the primate superior colliculus. J. Neurophysiol. 100: 397-411. Rezvani_and_Corneil_2008.pdf


24. Chapman, B.B., and Corneil, B.D. (2008) Properties of human eye-head gaze shifts in an Anti-gaze shift task. Vis. Research 48: 538-548. Chapman_and_Corneil_2008.pdf


23. Corneil, B.D., Munoz, D.P., Chapman, B.B., Admans, T., Cushing, S.L. (2008) Neuromuscular consequences of reflexive covert orienting. Nat. Neurosci. 11(1): 13-15. Corneil_et_al_2008.pdf



22. Elsley, J.K., Nagy, B., Cushing, S.L., Corneil, B.D. (2007) Widespread presaccadic recruitment of neck muscles by stimulation of the primate frontal eye fields. J Neurophysiol. 98: 1333-1354. Elsley_et_al_2007.pdf


21. Corneil, B.D., Munoz, D.P. Olivier, E. (2007) Priming of head premotor circuits during oculomotor preparation. J. Neurophysiol. 97: 701-714. Corneil_et_al_2007.pdf



20. Corneil, B.D. and Elsley J.K. (2005) Countermanding eye-head gaze shifts in humans: marching orders are delivered to the head first J. Neurophysiol. 94: 883-895. Corneil_and_Elsley_2005.pdf



19. Musallam, S., Corneil, B.D., Greger, B., Scherberger, H., Andersen, R.A. (2004) Cognitive control signals for neural prosthetics. Science 305(5681): 258-262. Musallam_et_al_2004.pdf


18. Corneil, B.D., Olivier, E., Munoz, D.P. (2004) Visual responses on neck muscles reveal selective gating that prevents express saccades. Neuron 42(5): 831-841. Corneil_et_al_2004.pdf


17. Corneil, B.D., Andersen, R.A. (2004) Dorsal neck muscle vibration induces upward shifts in the endpoints of memory-guided saccades in monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 92: 553-566. Corneil_and_Andersen_2004.pdf


16. Andersen, R.A., Burdick, J.W., Musallam, S., Scherberger, H., Pesaran, B., Meeker, D., Corneil, B.D., Fineman, I., Nenadic, Z., Branchaud, E., Cham, J.G., Greger, B., Tai, Y.C., Mojarradi, M.M. (2004). Recording advances for neural prosthetics. Conf. Proc. IEEE. Eng. Med. Biol. Soc. 7: 5352-5355. Andersen_et_al_2004c.pdf



15. Bell, A.H., Corneil, B.D., Munoz, D.P., Meredith, A.M. (2003) Engagement of visual fixation suppresses sensory responsiveness and multisensory integration in the primate superior colliculus. Eur. J. Neurosci. 18: 2867-2873. Bell_et_al_2003.pdf


14. Scherberger, H., Fineman, I., Musallam, S., Dubowitz, D.J., Bernheim, K.A., Pesaran, B., Corneil, B.D., Gilliken, B., Andersen, R.A. (2003). Magnetic resonance image-guided implantation of chronic recording electrodes in the macaque intraparietal sulcus. J. Neurosci. Meth 130: 1-8. Scherberger_et_al_2003.pdf



13. Corneil, B.D., Olivier, E., Munoz, D.P.  (2002) Neck muscle responses to stimulation of monkey superior colliculus. I. Topography and manipulation of stimulation parameters. J. Neurophysiol. 88:1980-1999. Corneil_et_al_2002a.pdf


12. Corneil, B.D., Olivier, E., Munoz, D.P. (2002) Neck muscle responses to stimulation of monkey superior colliculus. II. Gaze shift initiation and volitional head movements. J. Neurophysiol. 88: 2000-2018. Corneil_et_al_2002b.pdf


11. Corneil, B.D., Van Wanrooij, M., Munoz, D.P., Van Opstal, A.J. (2002) Auditory-visual interactions subserving goal-directed saccades in a complex scene. J. Neurophysiol. 88: 438-454. Corneil_et_al_2002c.pdf


10. Richmond, F.J.R., Singh, K., Corneil, B.D. (2001) Neck muscles in the rhesus monkey. I. Muscle morphometry and histochemistry. J. Neurophysiol. 86: 1717-1728. Richmond_et_al_2001.pdf


9. Corneil, B.D., Olivier, E., Richmond, F.J.R., Loeb, G.E., Munoz, D.P. (2001) Neck muscles in the rhesus monkey. II. Electromyographic patterns of activation underlying postures and movements. J. Neurophysiol. 86: 1729-1749. Corneil_et_al_2001.pdf


8. Bell, A.H., Corneil, B.D., Meredith, M.A., Munoz, D.P. (2001) The influence of stimulus properties on multisensory processing in the awake primate superior colliculus. Can. J. Exp. Psychol. 55:123-132. Bell_et_al_2001.pdf



7. Richmond, F.J.R., Corneil, B.D., Singh, K. (1999). Animal models of motor systems: Cautionary tales from studies of head movement. Prog. Brain Res. Vol. 123: 411-416. Richmond_et_al_1999b.pdf


6. Corneil, B.D., Hing, C.A., Bautista, D.V., Munoz, D.P. (1999). Human eye-head gaze shifts in a distractor task. I. Truncated gaze shifts. J. Neurophysiol. 82: 1390-1405. Corneil_et_al_1999.pdf


5. Corneil, B.D., Munoz, D.P. (1999). Human eye-head gaze shifts in a distractor task. II. Reduced threshold for initiation of early head movements. J. Neurophysiol. 82: 1406-1421. Corneil_and_Munoz_1999.pdf


4. Richmond, F.J.R., Singh, K., Corneil, B.D. (1999).  Marked non-uniformity of fiber-type composition in the primate subocciptal muscle obliquus capitis inferior. Exp. Brain Res. 125: 14-18. Richmond_et_al_1999.pdf


3. Corneil, B.D. and Munoz, D.P. (1996) The influence of auditory and visual distractors on human orienting gaze shifts. J. Neurosci. 16: 8193-8207. Corneil_and_Munoz_1996.pdf


2. Goldring, J.E., Dorris, M.C., Corneil, B.D., Ballantyne, P.A., Munoz, D.P. (1996) Combined eye-head gaze shifts to visual and auditory targets in humans. Exp. Brain Res. 111: 68-78. Goldring_et_al_1996.pdf


1. Munoz, D.P. and Corneil, B.D. (1995) Evidence for interactions between target selection and visual fixation for saccade generation in humans. Exp. Brain Res. 103: 168-173. Munoz_and_Corneil_1995.pdf



Book chapters

Corneil, B.D. (2011) Neuromuscular strategies for eye-head gaze shifts. In press at Oxford Handbook on Eye Movements. Liversedge, S.P., Gilchrist, I.D., Everling, S. (eds.) Oxford University Press. Corneil_2010_Chapter.pdf


Musallam, S. and Corneil, B.D. (2010) Motor Neural Prosthetic Systems. Sage Encyclopedia of Perception. Goldstein, E.B. (ed.). Sage Publishers, Thousand Oaks, CA.


Corneil, B.D. and Musallam, S. (2008) Vestibulospinal system & Eye-head/neck movement. The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Squire, L. (ed). Elsevier Ltd. Chpt 1350. Corneil_and_Musallam_2009_Chapter.pdf


Richmond, F.J.R. and Corneil, B.D. (2001) Afferent mechanisms in the upper cervical spine. The Cranio-cervical syndrome: Mechanisms, assessment and treatment. Vernon, H. (ed.). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford. pp.14-30.

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