Publications

Shifman AR, Sun Y, Benoit C, Lewis JE (2020) Dynamics of a neuronal pacemaker in the weakly electric fish Apteronotus. Scientific Reports 10: 16707

Shifman AR, Lewis JE (2019) ELFENN: a generalized platform for modeling ephaptic coupling in spiking neuron models. Front Neuroinform 13:35

Lucas KM, Warrington J, Lewis TJ, Lewis JE (2019) Neuronal dynamics underlying communication signals in a weakly electric fish: implications for connectivity in a pacemaker network. Neuroscience 401:21-34

Pourziaei B, Lewis GM, Huang H, Lewis JE (2019) Spatiotemporal model for depth perception in electric sensing. J Theor Biol 461:157-169

Mikhail A, Lewis JE, Yack JE (2018) What does a butterfly hear? Physiological characterization of auditory afferents in Morpho peleides (Nymphalidae). J Comp Physiol A 204:791-799

Joos B, Markham MR, Lewis JE, Morris CE (2018) A model for studying the energetics of sustained high frequency firing. PLoS One 13(4):e0196508

Shifman AR, Lewis JE (2018) The complexity of high-frequency electric fields degrades electrosensory inputs: implications for the jamming avoidance response. J R Soc Interface 15: 20170633

Pedraja F, Hofmann V, Lucas KM, Young C, Engelmann J, Lewis JE (2018) Motion parallax in electric sensing. PNAS 115(3):573-577

Mileva GR, Kozak IJ, Lewis JE (2016) Short-term synaptic plasticity across topographic maps in the electrosensory system. Neuroscience 318:1-11

Shifman AR, Longtin A, Lewis JE (2015) Ultrafast traveling wave dominates the electric organ discharge of Apteronotus leptorhynchus: an inverse modelling study. Scientific Reports 5: 15780

Lado WE, Spanswick DC, Lewis JE and Trudeau VL (2014) Electrophysiological characterization of male goldfish (Carassius auratus) ventral preoptic neurons receiving olfactory inputs. Frontiers in Neuroscience 8:185

Lewis JE (2014). Leech Local Bend: Neural Coding of Touch Location. Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience. SpringerReference.com

Lewis JE, Gilmour KM, Moorhead MJ, Perry SF, Markham MR (2014) Action potential energetics at the organismal level reveal a tradeoff in efficiency at high firing rates. J Neuroscience 34:197-201 * featured in This Week in the Journal

Lewis JE (2014) Active electroreception: signals, sensing, and behavior. In: The Physiology of Fishes, 4th edition (Evans DH, Claiborne JB, Currie S, editors). CRC Press – Taylor & Francis Group. pp.375-390.

Salazar VL, Krahe R, Lewis JE (2013) The energetics of electric organ discharge generation in gymnotiform weakly electric fish. J Exp Biol 216:2459-2468

Walz H, Hupé G, Lewis JE, Benda J (2013) The neuroethology of electrocommunication: how signal background influences sensory encoding and behaviour in Apteronotus leptorhynchus. J Physiol - Paris 107:13-25

Yu N, Hupé G, Garfinkle C, Lewis JE, Longtin A (2012) Coding conspecific identity and motion in the electric sense. PLoS Comput Biol 8(7): e1002564

Harvey-Girard E, Lewis JE, Maler L (2010) Burst-induced anti-Hebbian depression acts through short-term synaptic dynamics to cancel redundant sensory signals. J Neuroscience 30(17):6152-6169

Qin Z, Lewis JE, Perry SF (2010) Zebrafish (Danio rerio) gill neuroepithelial cells are sensitive chemoreceptors for environmental CO2. J Physiol 588(5):861-872

Lindner B, Gangloff D, Longtin A, Lewis JE (2009). Broadband coding with dynamic synapses. J Neuroscience 29: 2076-87

Hupé G, Lewis JE, Benda J (2008) The effect of difference frequency on electrocommunication: chirp production and encoding in a species of weakly electric fish. J Physiol - Paris 102: 164-172

Mileva G, Zysman D, Groothuis S, Lewis JE (2008) In vitro studies of closed-loop feedback and electrosensory processing in Apteronotus leptorhynchus. J Physiol Paris; J Physiol - Paris 102: 173-180

Hupé G, Lewis JE (2008) Electrocommunication signals in free swimming brown ghost knifefish, Apteronotus leptorhynchus. J Exp Biol 211: 1657-1667

Kelly M, Babineau D, Longtin A, Lewis JE (2008) Electric field interactions in pairs of electric fish: modeling and mimicking naturalistic iInputs. Biol Cybernetics 98(6): 479-490

Lewis JE, Lindner B, Laliberté B, Groothuis S (2007) Control of neuronal firing by dynamic parallel fiber feedback: implications for electrosensory reafference suppression. J Exp Biol 210: 4427-4437

Babineau D, Lewis JE, Longtin A (2007) Spatial acuity and prey detection in weakly electric fish. PLoS Comp Biol 3(3):e38

Babineau D, Longtin A, Lewis JE (2006) Modeling the electric field of weakly electric fish. J Exp Biol 209:3636-51

Lewis JE, Maler L (2004) Synaptic dynamics on different time scales in a parallel fiber feedback pathway of the weakly electric fish. J Neurophysiology 91:1064-1070

Lewis JE, Maler L (2002) Dynamics of electrosensory feedback: short-term plasticity and inhibition in a parallel fiber pathway. J Neurophysiology 88:1695-1706

Lewis JE, Maler L (2002) Blurring of the senses: Common cues for distance perception in diverse sensory systems. Neuroscience 114:19-22

Oswald AM, Lewis JE, Maler L (2002) Dynamically interacting processes underlie synaptic plasticity in a feedback pathway. J Neurophysiology 87:2450-2463

Wilson RJA, Lewis JE, Remmers JE (2002) Respiratory rhythm generation. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks 2nd ed. (M.A. Arbib, Ed.), Cambridge: MIT Press.

Lewis JE, Maler L (2001) Neuronal population codes and the perception of object distance in electric fish. J Neuroscience 21: 2842-2850

Lewis JE (2000) The dynamics inside the box. Nature Neuroscience 3:309

Lewis JE (1999) Sensory processing and the network mechanisms for reading neuronal population codes. J Comp Physiol A 185:373-378

Lewis JE, Kristan WB (1998) Representation of touch location by a population of leech sensory neurons. J Neurophysiology 80:2584-2592

Lewis JE, Kristan WB (1998) Quantitative analysis of a directed behavior in the medicinal leech: implications for organizing motor output. J Neuroscience 18:1571-1582

Lewis JE, Kristan WB (1998) A neuronal network for computing population vectors in the leech. Nature 391:76-79 (see also News & Views)

Lewis JE, Kristan WB (1998) From touch location to directed motor output in the leech local bend network. In: Computational Neuroscience: Trends in Research, 1998 (J.M. Bower, Ed.), New York: Plenum Press, pp. 441-446.

Lewis JE, Kristan WB (1996) Encoding and processing of sensory information by the leech local bend network. In: Proceedings of the 3rd Joint Symposium on Neural Computation, University of California, San Diego and California Institute of Technology 6, La Jolla: Institute for Neural Computation, pp. 188-195.

Kristan WB, Lockery SR, Lewis JE (1995) Using reflexive behaviors of the medicinal leech to study information processing. J Neurobiology 27: 380-389

Lewis JE (1995) Respiratory rhythm generation. In: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks (M.A. Arbib, Ed.), Cambridge: MIT Press, pp. 813-816.

Glass L, Kaplan DT, Lewis JE (1993) Tests for deterministic dynamics in real and model neural networks. In: Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Nonlinear Dynamical Analysis of the EEG. (BH Jansen and ME Brandt, Eds.), Singapore: World Scientific, pp. 233-249.

Lewis JE, Glass L, Bachoo M, Polosa C (1992) Phase resetting and fixed-delay stimulation of a simple model of respiratory rhythm generation. J Theor Biol 159: 491-506

Lewis JE, Glass L (1992) Nonlinear dynamics and symbolic dynamics of neural networks. Neural Computation 4: 621-642

Lewis JE, Glass L (1991) Steady states, limit cycles and chaos in models of complex biological networks. Int J Bifurcations Chaos 1: 477-483

Lewis JE, Bachoo M, Polosa C, Glass L (1990) The effects of superior laryngeal nerve stimulation on the respiratory rhythm: phase resetting and aftereffects. Brain Res 517: 44-50

Lewis JE, Bachoo M, Glass L, Polosa C (1987) Complex dynamics resulting from repeated stimulation of nonlinear oscillators at a fixed phase. Physics Lett A 125: 119-122