Warren Woodrich Pettine, MD
Research & Publications
Dr. Pettine's Computational Psychiatry approach centers on developing computational models and experimental tasks to investigate judgements under uncertainty and decision confidence. To do this, he utilizes biophysical neural networks, algorithmic reinforcement learning, machine learning and online tasks. He is particularly interested in how this research can shed light on conditions such as obsessive compulsive disorder and autism, as well as method to improve judgement calibration.
Attention; Computer Simulation; Decision Making; Electrophysiology; Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; Prefrontal Cortex; Computational Biology; Autism Spectrum Disorder
- A Role for Gaze Control Circuitry in the Selection and Maintenance of Visual Spatial InformationMoore T, Jonikaitis D, Pettine W. A Role for Gaze Control Circuitry in the Selection and Maintenance of Visual Spatial Information 2020, 335-346. DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/11442.003.0039.
- Laminar segregation of sensory coding and behavioral readout in macaque V4Pettine WW, Steinmetz NA, Moore T. Laminar segregation of sensory coding and behavioral readout in macaque V4 Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America 2019, 116: 14749-14754. PMID: 31249141, PMCID: PMC6642347, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1819398116.
- Prefrontal Contributions to Attention and Working MemoryBahmani Z, Clark K, Merrikhi Y, Mueller A, Pettine W, Isabel Vanegas M, Moore T, Noudoost B. Prefrontal Contributions to Attention and Working Memory 2019, 41: 129-153. PMID: 30739308, PMCID: PMC6689265, DOI: 10.1007/7854_2018_74.
- Characterization of Novel Microelectrode Geometries for Detection of NeurotransmittersPettine W, Jibson M, Chen T, Tobet S, Nikkel P, Henry C. Characterization of Novel Microelectrode Geometries for Detection of Neurotransmitters IEEE Sensors Journal 2012, 12: 1187-1192. DOI: 10.1109/jsen.2011.2163708.