Interests: neural computation, vision, motion perception, neural networks, object recognition, machine learning, optogenetics, artificial intelligence.



Golden, J. R., Vilankar, K. P., Wu, M. C., & Field, D. J. (2016). Conjectures regarding the nonlinear geometry of visual neurons. Vision research120, 74-92. (supplement)


Field, DJ, Golden, JR, Hayes, AJ. (2014). Contour Integration and the Association Field. In JS Werner, LM Chalupa (Eds.), The New Visual Neurosciences. Cambridge: The MIT Press [ToC].




Golden, JR, Vilankar, KP, Field, DJ. (October 2014). The Geometry of  Selectivity and Invariance in the Early Visual System. Optical Society of America, Vision Meeting.


Golden, JR, Vilankar, KP, Field, DJ. (May 2014). Geometric  characterization of sparse coding networks yields insight into selectivity  and invariance of visual neurons. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Symposium: Cognition.


Nitzany, EI, Menda, G, Shamble, PS, Golden, JR, Hoy, RR, Victor, JD. (February 2014). Evolutionary convergence in computation of local motion signals in monkey and dragonfly. Computational and Systems Neuroscience (CoSyNe).


Menda, G, Shamble, PS, Nitzany, EI, Golden, JR, Hoy, RR. (November 2014). Visual perception in the brain of a jumping spider. Society for Neuroscience.


Golden, JR. (July 2014). Supervised neural network models for high-order motion detection. Cognitive Science.


Vilankar, KP, Golden, JR, Chandler, DM, Field, DJ. (2013). Local edge statistics provide significant information regarding occlusions in natural scenes. CoSyNe.


Golden, JR, Vilankar, KP, Chandler, DM, Field, DJ. (2012). Statistics of junctions in natural images. CoSyNe.


Pulver, SR, Menda, G, Golden, JR, Johnson, BJ. (2012). Optogenetics in the teaching laboratory: using channelrhodopsin2 and Drosophila neurogenetics to teach principles of neuroethology. In Front. Behav. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: Tenth International Congress of Neuroethology. doi:10.3389/conf. fnbeh (Vol. 399).


Golden, JR, Field, DJ. (2010). Sptatiotemporal Response Equalization in Retinal Ganglion Cells. Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Sensory Coding.


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