Dr Mike Oram:

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Dr Mike Oram

Dr Mike Oram
Psychology, St Mary's College
University of St Andrews
South Street
St Andrews
KY16 9JP

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Mike Oram's research is into the neurophysiology underlying behaviour, particularly primate visual information processing and how this might lead to psychological phenomena related to perception. He uses neurophysiological data to constrain and direct the traditionally 'engineering based' area of neural networks used to aid understanding of sensory mechanisms. His work focuses on the temporal aspects of neurophysiological data and how this relates to the processing of visual information, including analysis and modelling methods that allow examination of temporal properties of neurophysiological data. This type of quantitative analysis of response properties of neurones suggests possible relationships between neural activity and behavioural phenomena


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Chimpanzee uses manipulative gaze cues to conceal and reveal information to foraging competitor Michael William Oram, Matthew W Campbell, Timothy M Eppley, Richard William Byrne, Frans B M de Waal
American Journal of Primatology 2017 vol. 79 pp. 1-11
Using cross correlations to investigate how chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) use conspecific gaze cues to extract and exploit information in a foraging competition Michael William Oram, M W Campbell, T E Eppley, Richard William Byrne, F B M de Waal
American Journal of Primatology 2014 vol. 76 pp. 932-941
Emotional Information Processing in Major Depression Remission and Partial remission: Faces comes first Mari Strand, Michael William Oram, Asa Hammar
Applied Neuropsychology: Adult 2013 vol. 20 pp. 110-119
The effect of neural adaptation on population coding accuracy Jesus M. Cortes, Daniele Marinazzo, Peggy Series, Michael William Oram, Terry J. Sejnowski, Mark C. W. van Rossum
Journal of Computational Neuroscience 2012 vol. 32 pp. 387-402
Chimpanzees follow conspecifics' gaze in naturalistic informed forager competition: using cross correlation analysis Richard William Byrne, Michael William Oram, M.W. Campbell, T. M. Eppley, F. B. de Waal
American Journal of Primatology 2011 vol. 73 pp. 49-49