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THE IMPLICATIONS OF MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS FOR OUR UNDERSTANDING THE NEURAL REPRESENTATION OF INFORMATION

October, 2013

Chair: Brad Postle

Speakers: Howard Eichenbaum, Nick Turk-Browne, Tim Rogers, Sean Polyn

PEERING THROUGH THE MICRO ELECTRODE: CAN SINGLE NEURON STUDIES INFORM THE INTERPRETATION OF MULTIVARIATE fMRI ANALYSES?

Howard Eichenbaum; Boston University

WHAT YOU SEE DEPENDS UPON HOW YOU LOOK: EXHAUSTIVE MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY

Nick Turk-Browne; Princeton University

SPARSE PATTERN CLASSIFICATION AS A MEANS OF FINDING RADICALLY DISTRIBUTED NEURAL REPRESENTATIONS

Tim Rogers; University of Wisconsin-Madison

DEVELOPING COMPUTATIONAL MODELS TO SPECIFY THE MECHANISTIC PROPERTIES OF NEURAL REPRESENTATIONS DURING STUDY AND MEMORY SEARCH

Sean Polyn; Vanderbilt University

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