List of Accepted Papers

Following is the list of accepted CCN 2019 papers, sorted by paper number. You can use the search feature of your web browser to find your paper number. Notifications to all authors have also been sent by email. If you have not received your notification of the results by email, please contact us at papers@ccneuro.org.

Paper NumberPaper TitleAuthor List
1010 Neural Information Flow: Learning neural information processing systems from brain activity K. Seeliger, L. Ambrogioni, U. Güçlü, M. A. J. van Gerven, Radboud University, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Netherlands
1013 A cognitive map of social network space Seongmin Park, Douglas Miller, University of California, Davis, United States; Hamed Nili, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Charan Ranganath, Erie Boorman, University of California, Davis, United States
1018 The Algonauts Project: A Platform for Communication between the Sciences of Biological and Artificial Intelligence Radoslaw Martin Cichy, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; Gemma Roig, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore; Alex Andonian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Kshitij Dwivedi, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore; Benjamin Lahner, Alex Lascelles, Yalda Mohsenzadeh, Kandan Ramakrishnan, Aude Oliva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
1019 Are Topographic Deep Convolutional Neural Networks Better Models of the Ventral Visual Stream? Kamila Maria Jozwik, University of Cambridge and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Hyodong Lee, Nancy Kanwisher, James DiCarlo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
1022 The relational processing limits of classic and contemporary neural network models of language processing Guillermo Puebla, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Andrea Martin, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands; Leonidas Doumas, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
1026 A deep generative model explaining tuning properties of monkey face processing patches Haruo Hosoya, ATR International, Japan
1030 A Multi-Level Reinforcement-Learning Model of Wisconsin Card Sorting Test Performance Alexander Steinke, Hannover Medical School, Germany; Florian Lange, KU Leuven, Belgium; Bruno Kopp, Hannover Medical School, Germany
1032 Dissociating different forms of random exploration Magda Dubois, Johanna Habicht, Jochen Michely, Rani Moran, Ray Dolan, Tobias Hauser, University College London, United Kingdom
1034 Dynamic Integration of Forward Planning and Heuristic Preferences in a Sequential Two-Goal Task Florian Ott, Dimitrije Markovic, Alexander Strobel, Stefan Kiebel, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
1035 Measuring behavioural and neural responses to fluctuations in real-world predictability Buddhika Bellana, Hongmi Lee, Xiaoye Zuo, Janice Chen, Johns Hopkins University, United States
1039 Attention During Story Listening Modulates Temporal Receptive Windows Across Human Cortex Mohammad Shahdloo, Mert Acar, Tolga Çukur, Bilkent University, Turkey
1040 Visual Features for Invariant Coding by Face Selective Neurons Wilbert Zarco, Winrich Freiwald, The Rockefeller University, United States
1041 Searching for rewards in graph-structured spaces Charley M. Wu, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany; Eric Schulz, Samuel J. Gershman, Harvard University, United States
1042 Perceptual uncertainty modulates human reward-based learning Rasmus Bruckner, Hauke Heekeren, Dirk Ostwald, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
1043 Deep neural networks can predict human behavior in arcade games Holger Mohr, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; Radoslaw M. Cichy, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; Hannes Ruge, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
1046 Between the single- and dual-process models of recognition memory: an alternative view Olya Hakobyan, Sen Cheng, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
1049 Simple Associative Learning Accounts for the Complex Dynamics of Operant Extinction José R. Donoso, Zhiyin Lederer, Julian Packheiser, Roland Pusch, Thomas Walther, Onür Güntürkün, Sen Cheng, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
1050 Power, positive predictive value, and sample size calculations for random field theory-based fMRI inference Dirk Ostwald, Sebastian Schneider, Rasmus Bruckner, Lilla Horvath, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
1051 A Neuro-Computational Characterization of Theory of Mind Processes during Cooperative Interaction Tessa Rusch, University Hamburg, Germany; Prashant Doshi, University of Georgia, United States; Martin Hebart, National Institute of Mental Health, United States; Saurabh Kumar, University Hamburg, Germany; Michael Spezio, Scripps College, United States; Jan Gläscher, University Hamburg, Germany
1053 Test-retest reliability of canonical reinforcement learning models Laura Weidinger, Max-Planck-Institute for Human Development, Germany; Andrea Gradassi, Lucas Molleman, Wouter van den Bos, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
1054 Human uncertainty improves object classification Joshua Peterson, Ruairidh Battleday, Thomas Griffiths, Princeton University, United States
1055 Probabilistic reasoning in schizophrenia is volatile but not biased Gerit Pfuhl, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway; Håkon Tjelmeland, NTNU, Norway
1056 Phase coding of competing memories along the hippocampal theta oscillation in human MEG Casper Kerrén, Maria Wimber, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
1057 Modeling Cooperation and Competition in the Tiger Task Saurabh Kumar, Tessa Rusch, University Medical Center, Germany; Prashant Doshi, University of Georgia, United States; Michael Spezio, Scripps College & University Medical Center, United States; Jan Gläscher, University Medical Center, Germany
1058 Representation of face-prior precision Helen Blank, Christian Büchel, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1060 The cingulo-opercular network controls stimulus-response transformations with increasing efficiency over the course of learning Janik Fechtelpeter, Hannes Ruge, Holger Mohr, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
1061 An Active Inference Perspective on Habit Learning Sarah Schwöbel, Dimitrije Markovic, Stefan Kiebel, TU Dresden, Germany
1063 Does CNN Explain Tuning Properties of Macaque Face-Processing System? Rajani Raman, Haruo Hosoya, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
1064 Confidence Drives a Neural Confirmation Bias Max Rollwage, Tobias Hauser, Alisa Loosen, Rani Moran, Raymond Dolan, Stephen Fleming, Wellcome Trust Centre For Human Neuroimaging, United Kingdom
1066 Towards Global Recurrent Models of Visual Processing: Capsule Networks Adrien Doerig, Lynn Schmittwilken, EPFL, Switzerland; Mauro Manassi, UC Berkeley, United States; Michael Herzog, EPFL, Switzerland
1067 Oscillatory Patterns in Behavioral Responses during a Memory Task Marije ter Wal, Juan Linde Domingo, Julia Lifanov, Frederic Roux, Luca Kolibius, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; David Rollings, Vijay Sawlani, Ramesh Chelvarajah, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, United Kingdom; Bernhard Staresina, Simon Hanslmayr, Maria Wimber, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
1068 Recurrent networks can recycle neural resources to flexibly trade speed for accuracy in visual recognition Courtney Spoerer, Tim Christian Kietzmann, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Columbia University, United States
1070 The orbitofrontal cortex as a negative feedback control system: computational modeling and fMRI Noah Zarr, Joshua Brown, Indiana University, United States
1072 Optimal Timing for Episodic Retrieval and Encoding for Event Understanding Qihong Lu, Zi Ying Fan, Uri Hasson, Kenneth Norman, Princeton University, United States
1073 Configural Learning depends on Task Complexity and Temporal Structure Nicholas Menghi, Will Penny, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
1075 Novel Object Scale Differences in Deep Convolutional Neural Networks versus Human Object Recognition Areas Astrid Zeman, Chayenne Van Meel, Hans Op de Beeck, KULeuven, Belgium
1077 State Anxiety Biases Precision Estimates in Volatile Environments Thomas Hein, María Herrojo-Ruiz, Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom
1078 Which Neural Network Architecture matches Human Behavior in Artificial Grammar Learning? Andrea Alamia, Victor Gauducheau, Dimitri Paisios, Rufin VanRullen, CerCo - CNRS, France
1079 Gestalt-based Contour Weights Improve Scene Categorization by CNNs Morteza Rezanejad, Gabriel Downs, McGill University, Canada; John Wilder, Dirk B. Walther, Allan Jepson, Sven Dickinson, University of Toronto, Canada; Kaleem Siddiqi, McGill University, Canada
1080 Automated Machine Learning in Brain Predictive Modelling: A data-driven approach to Predict Brain Age from Cortical Anatomical Measures Jessica Dafflon, James H. Cole, Federico Turkheimer, Robert Leech, King's College London, United Kingdom; Mathew A. Harris, Simon R. Cox, Heather C. Whalley, Andrew M. McIntosh, Peter J. Hellyer, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
1082 Time-Resolved Correspondences Between a Deep Feed-Forward Neural Network and Human Object Processing: EEG Measurements Nathan Kong, Blair Kaneshiro, Anthony Norcia, Stanford University, United States
1084 Selective enhancement of object representations through multisensory integration David Tovar, Vanderbilt University, United States; Micah Murray, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; Mark Wallace, Vanderbilt University, United States
1085 Evidence accumulation in changing environments: linking normative computation and neural implementation Peter Murphy, Niklas Wilming, Carolina Hernandez Bocanegra, University Medical Center Hamburg Eppendorf, Germany; Genis Prat Ortega, Institut D’Investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer, Spain; Tobias Donner, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1086 Using Inverse Reinforcement Learning to Predict Goal-directed Shifts of Attention Gregory Zelinsky, Stony Brook University, United States
1087 Attention biases neural representations of hierarchical visual features Tomoyasu Horikawa, ATR, Japan; Yukiyasu Kamitani, Kyoto University, Japan
1088 How the brain encodes meaning: Comparing word embedding and computer vision models to predict fMRI data during visual word recognition Ning Mei, Usman Sheikh, Basque Center on Brain, Cognition, and Language, Spain; Roberto Santana, University of Basque Country, Spain; David Soto, Basque Center on Brain, Cognition, and Language, Spain
1089 Ergodicity-Breaking Reveals Time Optimal Economic Behavior in Humans David Meder, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark; Finn-Lennart Rabe, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; Tobias Morville, Kristoffer H. Madsen, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark; Magnus T. Koudahl, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands; Ray J. Dolan, University College London, United Kingdom; Hartwig R. Siebner, Oliver J. Hulme, Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, Denmark
1090 The Nature of the Animacy Organization in Human Ventral Temporal Cortex Sushrut Thorat, Radboud University, Netherlands; Daria Proklova, The University of Western Ontario, Canada; Marius Peelen, Radboud University, Netherlands
1091 Extreme Translation Tolerance in Humans and Machines Ryan Blything, University of Bristol, United Kingdom; Ivan Vankov, New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria; Casimir Ludwig, Jeffrey Bowers, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
1092 Hierarchical semantic compression predicts texture selectivity in early vision Mihály Bányai, Dávid G. Nagy, Gergő Orbán, MTA Wigner RCP, Hungary
1095 Mechanisms of the non-linear interactions between the neuronal and neurotransmitter systems explained by causal whole-brain modeling Josephine Cruzat, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain; Joana Cabral, University of Minho, Portugal; Gitte Moos Knudsen, Copenhagen University, Denmark; Robin Carhart-Harris, Imperial College London, United Kingdom; Peter C. Whybrow, University of California, Los Angeles, United States; Nikos K. Logothetis, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Germany; Morten L. Kringelbach, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Gustavo Deco, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
1096 Tracking Naturalistic Linguistic Predictions with Deep Neural Language Models Micha Heilbron, Benedikt Ehinger, Peter Hagoort, Floris de Lange, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behaviour, Netherlands
1097 Using Pareidolia to Study the Impact of Semantic Processing on Brain Oscillations, Memory Encoding, and Representational Similarity in EEG Marie-Christin Fellner, Martina Bauer, Nikolai Axmacher, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
1098 Spatial Attention introduces Behavioral Trade-off in a Large-Scale Spiking Neural Network Lynn K. A. Sörensen, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Davide Zambrano, Centrum Wiskunde Informatica, Netherlands; Heleen A. Slagter, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands; H. Steven Scholte, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Sander M. Bohté, Centrum Wiskunde Informatica, Netherlands
1099 Local contour symmetry facilitates the neural representation of scene categories in the PPA. John Wilder, University of Toronto, Canada; Morteza Rezanejad, Kaleem Siddiqi, McGill University, Canada; Allan Jepson, Sven Dickinson, Samsung Research, Canada; Dirk Walther, University of Toronto, Canada
1100 Dead Rectangles as a Stimulus for Perceptual Organisation Research Heiko Schütt, Weiji Ma, New York University, United States
1102 Unmixed: Linear Mixed Models combined with Overlap Correction for M/EEG analyses. An Extension to the unfold Toolbox Benedikt V. Ehinger, Radboud University, Netherlands
1103 Electroencephalographic Correlates of Temporal Bayesian Belief Updating and Surprise Antonino Visalli, Mariagrazia Capizzi, Ettore Ambrosini, University of Padova, Italy; Bruno Kopp, Hannover Medical School, Germany; Antonino Vallesi, University of Padova, Italy
1104 Enabling naturalistic neuroscience through behavior mining: Analysis of long-term human brain and video recordings Satpreet H. Singh, Steven M. Peterson, Rajesh P. N. Rao, Bingni W. Brunton, University of Washington, United States
1105 Temporal Context Invariance Reveals Neural Processing Timescales in Human Auditory Cortex Sam Norman-Haignere, Laura Long, Columbia University, United States; Orrin Devinsky, Werner Doyle, NYU Langone Medical Center, United States; Guy McKhann, Catherine Schevon, Columbia University Medical Center, United States; Adeen Flinker, NYU Langone Medical Center, United States; Nima Mesgarani, Columbia University, United States
1109 Scalable simulation of rate-coded and spiking neural networks on shared memory systems Helge Ülo Dinkelbach, Julien Vitay, Fred H. Hamker, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
1110 Pupil dilation indexes statistical learning about the uncertainty of stimulus distributions Francesco Silvestrin, Thomas FitzGerald, William Penny, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
1111 Aperiodic EEG activity tracks 1/f stimulus characteristics and the allocation of cognitive resources Leonhard Waschke, University of Lübeck, Germany; Thomas Donoghue, Sydney Smith, Bradley Voytek, University of California, San Diego, United States; Jonas Obleser, University of Lübeck, Germany
1112 Predicate learning via neural oscillations supports one-shot generalization between video games Leonidas A. A. Doumas, Guillermo Puebla, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; John E. Hummel, University of Illinois, United States; Andrea E. Martin, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Netherlands
1113 Computing Sound Space: World-centered Sound Localization in Ferrets Stephen Town, Jennifer Bizley, University College London, United Kingdom
1115 Rate distortion trade-off in human memory David G. Nagy, Balazs Torok, Gergo Orban, MTA Wigner RCP, Hungary
1116 Explaining Scene-selective Visual Areas Using Task-specific Deep Neural Network Representations Kshitij Dwivedi, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore; Michael Bonner, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, United States; Gemma Roig, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
1117 Automatic methods for cortex-wide layer identification of electrophysiological signals reveals a cortical motif for the expression of neuronal rhythms Andre Bastos, Omar Costilla-Reyes, Earl Miller, MIT, United States
1120 The causal role of temporoparietal junction in computing social influence in human decision-making Lei Zhang, Farid Kandil, Claus Hilgetag, Jan Gläscher, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1121 Generalisation of structural knowledge in hippocampal – prefrontal circuits Veronika Samborska, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, United Kingdom; Thomas Akam, Department of Experimental Psychology, United Kingdom; James Butler, Institute of Neurology, United Kingdom; Mark Walton, Department of Experimental Psychology, United Kingdom; Timothy Behrens, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, United Kingdom
1122 Orientation representations in convolutional neural networks are more discriminable around the cardinal axes Margaret Henderson, John Serences, University of California, San Diego, United States
1123 A multi-stage recurrent neural network better describes decision-related activity in dorsal premotor cortex Michael Kleinman, University of California, Los Angeles, United States; Chandramouli Chandrasekaran, Boston University, United States; Jonathan Kao, University of California, Los Angeles, United States
1124 Learning to evoke complex motor outputs with spatiotemporal neurostimulation using a hierarchical and adaptive optimization algorithm. Samuel Laferriere, Guillaume Lajoie, Universite de Montreal, MILA, Canada; Numa Dancause, Marco Bonizzato, Universite de Montreal, Canada
1129 Hippocampal Remapping as Learned Clustering of Experience Honi Sanders, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Samuel Gershman, Harvard University, United States; Matthew Wilson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
1130 Disentangling neural mechanisms for perceptual grouping Junkyung Kim, Drew Linsley, Kalpit Thakkar, Thomas Serre, Brown University, United States
1132 Hexadirectional coding of trajectories through an abstract multidimensional social network during decisions Seongmin Park, Douglas Miller, Erie Boorman, University of California, Davis, United States
1133 Temporal Segmentation for Faster and Better Learning Brad Wyble, Pennsylvania State University, United States; Howard Bowman, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
1137 Distractor Suppression Uniquely Contributes to the Lateralized Alpha Response in Spatial Attention Malte Wöstmann, Mohsen Alavash, Jonas Obleser, University of Luebeck, Germany
1139 Forward Models in the Cerebellum using Reservoirs and Perturbation Learning Katharina Schmid, Julien Vitay, Fred H. Hamker, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
1140 fMRI encoding and decoding of natural sounds in the aged human auditory cortex Julia Erb, Lea-Maria Schmitt, Jonas Obleser, Universität zu Lübeck, Germany
1141 Predicting human prospective beliefs and decisions to engage using multivariate classification analyses of behavioural data David Soto, Ning Mei, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language, Spain
1142 Quantitatively comparing predictive models with the Partial Information Decomposition Christoph Daube, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; Bruno Giordano, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France; Phillippe Schyns, Robin Ince, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
1143 Representation of uncertainty during hippocampal theta sequences Balázs Ujfalussy, Márton Kis, MTA Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungary; Gergő Orbán, MTA Wigner Research Center for Physics, Hungary
1144 Active Inference: Computational Models of Motor Control without Efference Copy Manuel Baltieri, Christopher L. Buckley, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
1145 How the Human Brain Solves the Symbol-Grounding Problem Simone Viganò, University of Trento, Italy; Valentina Borghesani, University of California San Francisco, United States; Manuela Piazza, University of Trento, Italy
1146 What is a perceptual object? Human behavioral challenges for deep neural network modeling Benjamin Peters, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Columbia University, United States
1147 Increasing Neurogenesis in Old Mice Rejuvenates Hippocampal Function and Memory Federico Calegari, Gabriel Berdugo-Vega, CRTD – Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; Gonzalo Arial-Gil, Institute of Biology, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany; Gerd Kempermann, CRTD – Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany; Kentaroh Takagaki, Institute of Biology, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
1148 Central Tendency as Consequence of Experimental Protocol Stefan Glasauer, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany; Zhuanghua Shi, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
1149 Implicit Scene Segmentation in Deeper Convolutional Neural Networks Noor Seijdel, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Nikos Tsakmakidis, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Netherlands; Edward de Haan, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Sander Bohte, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Netherlands; Steven Scholte, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
1150 The Unreliable Influence of Noise Normalization on the Reliability of Neural Dissimilarity J. Brendan Ritchie, Haemy Lee Masson, Stefania Bracci, Hans Op de Beeck, KU Leuven, Belgium
1151 Deep reinforcement learning in a spatial navigation task: Multiple contexts and their representation Nicolas Diekmann, Thomas Walther, Sandhiya Vijayabaskaran, Sen Cheng, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
1152 Multi-sensory integration in biological and artificial systems through an hourglass network architecture Kamal Shadi, Eva Dyer, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States; Majid Mohajerani, University of Lethbridge, Canada; Constantine Dovrolis, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
1154 Preserved metamemory and subjective costs of searching in Schizophrenia Thea Simensen, NTNU, Norway; Wenche ten Velden Hegelstad, SUS, Norway; Lina Livsdatter, Gerit Pfuhl, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway
1156 Representational similarity analyses in simultaneous EEG-fMRI measurements reveal the spatio-temporal trajectories of reconstructed episodic memories Julia Lifanov, Benjamin Griffiths, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; Juan Linde-Domingo, Max Planck Institute, Germany; Catarina Ferreira, Martin Wilson, Stephen Mayhew, Ian Charest, Maria Wimber, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
1159 Pattern recognition of deep and superficial layers of the macaque brain using large-scale local field potentials Omar Costilla-Reyes, Andre M Bastos, Earl K Miller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
1160 Risk Sensitivity under Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes Nikolas Höft, Rong Guo, Vaios Laschos, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany; Sein Jeung, Dirk Ostwald, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; Klaus Obermayer, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
1162 Measuring prefrontal representational geometry: fMRI adaptation vs pattern analysis Apoorva Bhandari, Brown University, United States; Marcus Benna, Columbia University, United States; Mattia Rigotti, IBM Research AI, United States; Stefano Fusi, Columbia University, United States; David Badre, Brown University, United States
1164 Prospective planning and retrospective learning in a large-scale combinatorial game Ionatan Kuperwajs, New York University, United States; Bas van Opheusden, Princeton University, United States; Wei Ji Ma, New York University, United States
1165 Using deep neural network features to predict voxelwise activity in ultra-high field fMRI Rebekka Heinen, Lorena Deuker, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; Thomas Naselaris, Medical University of South Carolina, United States; Nikolai Axmacher, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
1168 Goal-directed top-down control of perceptual representations: A computational model of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test Giovanni Granato, Gianluca Baldassarre, Laboratory of Computational Embodied Neuroscience, Italy
1169 A potential reset mechanism for the modulation of decision processes under uncertainty Krista Bond, Alexis Porter, Timothy Verstynen, Carnegie Mellon University, United States
1170 Narratives as Networks: Predicting Memory from the Structure of Naturalistic Events Hongmi Lee, Janice Chen, Johns Hopkins University, United States
1171 Effects of value on early sensory activity and motor preparation during rapid sensorimotor decisions L. Alexandra Martinez-Rodriguez, Elaine A. Corbett, Simon P. Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland
1172 Do sleep and anesthesia share common multifractal EEG dynamics? Insights from adversarial domain adaptation Louis Leconte, Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay, France; Tarek Lajnef, Thomas Thiery, Université de Montréal, Canada; George Mashour, University of Michigan, United States; Stefanie Blain-Moraes, McGill University, Canada; Perrine Ruby, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Université de Lyon, France; Karim Jerbi, Université de Montréal, Canada
1173 Advantages of heterogeneity of parameters in spiking neural network training Nicolas Perez-Nieves, Vincent C.H. Leung, Pier Luigi Dragotti, Dan F.M. Goodman, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
1174 Measuring the Spatial Scale of Brain Representations Avital Hahamy, University College London, United Kingdom; Tim Behrens, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
1175 Do Biologically-Realistic Recurrent Architectures Produce Biologically-Realistic Models? Grace Lindsay, Theodore Moskovitz, Guangyu Robert Yang, Kenneth Miller, Columbia University, United States
1176 Modeling in Neuroscience as a Decision Process Paul Schrater, University of Minnesota, United States; Konrad Kording, University of Pennsylvania, United States; Gunnar Blohm, Queen's University, Canada
1177 Evaluating the angular power spectrum of cortical folding Christopher Madan, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
1178 Using population receptive field models to elucidate spatial integration in high-level visual cortex Sonia Poltoratski, Stanford University, United States; Kendrick Kay, University of Minnesota, United States; Kalanit Grill-Spector, Stanford University, United States
1180 Approximate Inference through Active Sampling of Likelihoods Accounts for Hick's Law and Decision Confidence Xiang Li, New York University, United States; Luigi Acerbi, University of Geneva, Switzerland; Wei Ji Ma, New York University, United States
1182 Analyzing disentanglement of visual objects in semi-supervised neural networks Andrew David Zaharia, Benjamin Peters, John Cunningham, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Columbia University, United States
1184 Modeling the N400 brain potential as Semantic Bayesian Surprise Lea Musiolek, Felix Blankenburg, Dirk Ostwald, Milena Rabovsky, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
1185 Linking apparent position to population receptive field estimates using a visual field projection model Marian Schneider, Ingo Marquardt, Shubarti Sengupta, Federico De Martino, Rainer Goebel, Maastricht University, Netherlands
1186 Do neural oscillations reconfigure their networks to support adaptive listening behavior? Mohsen Alavash, Sarah Tune, Jonas Obleser, University of Lübeck, Germany
1187 An overview of functional alignment in artificial and biological neural networks: Current recommendations and open questions Elizabeth DuPre, Jean-Baptiste Poline, McGill University, Canada
1189 Modulation of extrinsic and intrinsic processing by naturalistic audiovisual stimulation Dror Cohen, Shinji Nishimoto, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
1191 Incorporating Feedback in Convolutional Neural Networks Christian Jarvers, Heiko Neumann, Ulm University, Germany
1192 Linear-nonlinear Bernoulli modeling for quantifying temporal coding of phonemes in brain responses to continuous speech Nathaniel Zuk, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Giovanni Di Liberto, École Normale Supérierue, France; Edmund Lalor, University of Rochester, United States
1193 The relational structure of a reinforcement learning task is represented and generalised in the entorhinal cortex Alon Baram, Timothy Muller, Hamed Nili, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Mona Garvert, Max-Planck-Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany; Tim Behrens, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
1194 A human-like view-invariant representation of faces in deep neural networks trained with faces but not with objects Naphtali Abudarham, Galit Yovel, Tel Aviv University, Israel
1196 Category-selectivity together with a Normalization Model Predicts the Response to Multi-category Stimuli along the Category-Selective Cortex Libi Kliger, Galit Yovel, Tel Aviv University, Israel
1197 Compositional Neural Representations in the Hippocampal Formation and Prefrontal Cortex Underlie Visual Construction and Planning Philipp Schwartenbeck, University College London, United Kingdom; Alon Baram, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Shirley Mark, University College London, United Kingdom; Zeb Kurth-Nelson, DeepMind, United Kingdom; Raymond Dolan, University College London, United Kingdom; Tim Behrens, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
1199 Alpha/beta power decreases track the fidelity of stimulus-specific information Benjamin J. Griffiths, Stephen D. Mayhew, Karen J. Mullinger, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; João Jorge, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland; Ian Charest, Maria Wimber, Simon Hanslmayr, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
1200 Speed and accuracy in learning: A combined Q-learning diffusion decision model analysis Steven Miletic, Russell Boag, Varvara Mathiopoulou, Birte Forstmann, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
1201 Elucidating Cognitive Processes Using LSTMs Pedro F. da Costa, Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom; Sebastian Popescu, Imperial College London, United Kingdom; Robert Leech, King's College London, United Kingdom; Romy Lorenz, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
1202 Task-Dependent Attention Allocation through Uncertainty Minimization in Deep Recurrent Generative Models Kai Standvoss, Silvan Quax, Marcel van Gerven, Radboud University, Netherlands
1203 Attentional orienting relies on Bayesian estimates of expected and unexpected uncertainty Anna Marzecová, Ghent University, Belgium; Eva Van den Bussche, KU Leuven, Belgium; Tom Verguts, Ghent University, Belgium
1205 Stopping actions by suppressing striatal plateau potentials Mohammadreza Mohagheghi Nejad, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; Daniel Trpevski, Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; Robert Schmidt, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
1206 Adding Neurally-inspired Mechanisms to the SceneWalk model improves Scan Path Predictions for Natural Images Lisa Schwetlick, Lars O. M. Rothkegel, Ralf Engbert, University of Potsdam, Germany
1207 Isolating Behavioural and Neural Metrics of Within-Trial Noise in Perceptual Decision-Making Cian Judd, Elaine Corbett, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Simon Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland; Redmond O'Connell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
1208 Abstract Choice Representations Generalize Between Task Contexts Florian Sandhaeger, Nina Omejc, Anna-Antonia Pape, Markus Siegel, University of Tuebingen, Germany
1209 Neural Network Mechanisms Underlying Confirmation Bias in Stimulus Estimation Jose M. Esnaola-Acebes, Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Spain; Bharath C. Talluri, Tobias Donner, University Medical Center Hamburg- Eppendorf, Germany; Alex Roxin, Klaus Wimmer, Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Spain
1210 Investigating the Presence of 'Leaky' Accumulation in a Human Evidence Integration Signal Jessica Dully, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; David McGovern, Dublin City University, Ireland; Simon Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland; Redmond O'Connell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
1211 Learning Divisive Normalization in Primary Visual Cortex Max F. Günthner, Santiago A. Cadena, University of Tübingen, Germany; George H. Denfield, Edgar Y. Walker, Baylor College of Medicine, United States; Leon A. Gatys, University of Tübingen, Germany; Andreas S. Tolias, Baylor College of Medicine, United States; Matthias Bethge, Alexander S. Ecker, University of Tübingen, Germany
1212 Adding biological constraints to CNNs makes image classification more human-like and robust Gaurav Malhotra, Benjamin Evans, Jeffrey Bowers, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
1213 Exploring the relationship between the neural signatures of perceptual decision-formation and metacognition Wouter Rys, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Simon Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland; Redmond O'Connell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
1214 Fitting a Computational Model of Perceptual Inference to Principal Component Weights of ERP Responses Lukas Vogelsang, Lilian Weber, Sara Tomiello, Dario Schöbi, Katharina V. Wellstein, Sandra Iglesias, Klaas Enno Stephan, University of Zurich / ETH Zurich, Switzerland
1215 Uncertainty through Sampling: The Correspondence of Monte Carlo Dropout and Spiking in Artificial Neural Networks Kai Standvoss, Radboud University, Netherlands; Lukas Grossberger, Bosch GmbH, Germany
1216 The Amsterdam Open MRI Collection (AOMIC): A Collection of Publicly Available Population Imaging Datasets. Lukas Snoek, Maite van der Miesen, Tinka Beemsterboer, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Andries van der Leij, BrainsFirst, Netherlands; H. Steven Scholte, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
1219 Unfolding of multisensory inference in the brain and behavior Yinan Cao, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Hame Park, University of Bielefeld, Germany; Bruno L. Giordano, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and Aix-Marseille Université, France; Christoph Kayser, University of Bielefeld, Germany; Charles Spence, Christopher Summerfield, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
1220 Fast Brain MRI Segmentation Using a Volumetric Deep Learning Approach Dennis Bontempi, Sergio Benini, Alberto Signoroni, University of Brescia, Italy; Lars Muckli, Michele Svanera, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
1226 DeepLight: A Structured Framework For The Analysis of Neuroimaging Data Through Recurrent Deep Learning Models Armin Thomas, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany; Hauke R. Heekeren, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; Klaus-Robert Müller, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany; Wojciech Samek, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany
1227 Explaining Human Auditory Scene Analysis Through Bayesian Clustering Nathanael Larigaldie, Ulrik Beierholm, Durham University, United Kingdom
1228 How Aging Shapes Neural Representations of Space: fMRI Evidence for Broader Direction Tuning Functions in Older Adults Christoph Koch, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany; Shu-Chen Li, TU Dresden, Germany; Thad Polk, University of Michigan, United States; Nicolas W. Schuck, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany
1229 Modulation of early visual processing alleviates capacity limits in solving multiple tasks Sushrut Thorat, Giacomo Aldegheri, Marcel A.J. van Gerven, Marius V. Peelen, Radboud University, Netherlands
1230 Bayesian Model for Multisensory Integration and Segregation Xiangyu Ma, He Wang, Min Yan, Michael K Y Wong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China; Wenhao Zhang, University of Pittsburgh, United States
1231 Value spillover: How contextually irrelevant values influence choice and vmPFC activity in humans Nir Moneta, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany; Hauke R. Heekeren, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany; Nicolas W. Schuck, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany
1232 Cognitive Effort Modulates Frontal Effective Connections Katharina Wegner, Ghent University, Belgium; Charlie Wilson, Emannuel Procyk, Inserm U1028, France; Karl Friston, UCL Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, United Kingdom; Daniele Marinazzo, Ghent University, Belgium
1233 Neural Likelihood Christoph Blessing, Edgar Y. Walker, Katrina R. Quinn, University Tuebingen, Germany; R. James Cotton, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab, United States; Wei Ji Ma, New York University, United States; Andreas S. Tolias, Baylor College of Medicine, United States; Hendrikje Nienborg, Fabian H. Sinz, University Tuebingen, Germany
1234 Feature-binding in working memory through neuronal synchronization Joao Barbosa, IDIBAPS, Spain; Kartik Sreenivasan, NYU Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Albert Compte, IDIBAPS, Spain
1235 DeepGaze III: Using Deep Learning to Probe Interactions Between Scene Content and Scanpath History in Fixation Selection Matthias Kümmerer, Thomas S.A. Wallis, University of Tübingen, Germany; Matthias Bethge, University of Tübingen and Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Tübingen, Germany
1236 Learning about Other Persons’ Character Traits Relies on Combining Reinforcement Learning with Representations of Trait Similarities Koen Frolichs, Benjamin Kuper-Smith, Jan Gläscher, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany; Gabriela Rosenblau, George Washington University and Children’s National Health System, United States; Christoph Korn, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1237 Choice History Biases Depend on Environmental Stability and State Uncertainty Anke Braun, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany; Anne E Urai, Cold Spring Harbor, United States; Tobias Donner, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1239 Integration of face features in expression discrimination studied with psychophysics and fMRI Ilkka Muukkonen, Markku Kilpeläinen, Roosa Turkkila, Toni Saarela, Viljami Salmela, University of Helsinki, Finland
1240 Artificial haptic recognition through human manipulation of objects David Miralles, Carlota Parés, Guillem Garrofé, Alberto Soto, Albert Llauradó, Gerard Serra, Àlex Falcó, La Salle - Univesitat Ramon Llull, Spain; Hans Op de Beeck, Haemy Lee Masson, KU Leuven, Belgium
1241 Do LSTMs know about Principle C? Jeff Mitchell, Nina Kazanina, Conor Houghton, Jeff Bowers, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
1242 Learning robust visual representations using data augmentation invariance Alex Hernandez-Garcia, Peter König, University of Osnabrück, Germany; Tim Kietzmann, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
1243 Q-AGREL: Biologically Plausible Attention Gated Deep Reinforcement Learning Isabella Pozzi, Sander M. Bohté, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Netherlands; Pieter R. Roelfsema, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Netherlands
1244 Optimizing a recurrent neural architecture for contour detection produces a tilt illusion Drew Linsley, Junkyung Kim, Thomas Serre, Brown University, United States
1245 A Unifying Framework for Neuro-Inspired, Data-Driven Detection of Low-Level Auditory Features Lotte Weerts, Claudia Clopath, Dan F.M. Goodman, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
1246 Bayesian inference for an exploration-exploitation model of human gaze control Noa Malem-Shinitski, Stefan Seelig, Sebastian Reich, Ralf Engbert, Potsdam University, Germany
1247 Network structure of neural systems supporting cascading dynamics predicts stimulus propagation and recovery Harang Ju, Jason Kim, Danielle Bassett, University of Pennsylvania, United States
1248 Episodic memory retrieval is supported by rapid replay of episode content G. Elliott Wimmer, Yunzhe Liu, Neža Vehar, University College London, United Kingdom; Tim Behrens, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Raymond J Dolan, University College London, United Kingdom
1249 Temporal Pattern Models for Physiological Arousal During a Steering Task Tuisku Tammi, Noora Lehtonen, Benjamin Ultan Cowley, University of Helsinki, Finland
1252 Tracking Motivational Biases and Their Suppression in Time and Space Johannes Algermissen, Jennifer C. Swart, Emma J. van Dijk, René Scheeringa, Roshan Cools, Hanneke E. M. den Ouden, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Netherlands
1253 Detecting sub-second activation sequences with sequential fMRI pattern analysis Lennart Wittkuhn, Nicolas W. Schuck, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany
1254 Generalized Unrestricted Models (GUMs), a flexible and interpretable tool for behavioral and neural analysis Alexandre Hyafil, Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Spain; Vincent Adam, Prowler.io, Spain
1255 Identifying the Neurophysiological Correlates of Learning in Human Perceptual Decision-Making David McGovern, Dublin City University, Ireland; Ciara Devine, Christine Gaffney, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Simon Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland; Redmond O'Connell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
1256 MEG energy landscape abnormalities in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy Dominik Krzeminski, Cardiff University, United Kingdom; Naoki Masuda, University of Bristol, United Kingdom; Khalid Hamandi, Krish Singh, Jiaxiang Zhang, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
1258 Action Grammars: A Cognitive Model for Learning Temporal Abstractions Robert Tjarko Lange, Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin, Germany; Aldo Faisal, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
1261 Hierarchical network analysis of behavior and neuronal population activity Kevin Luxem, Falko Fuhrmann, Stefan Remy, Pavol Bauer, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Germany
1262 Testing burst coding models of working memory with spike trains from primate prefrontal cortex Daming Li, Yale University, United States; Christos Contantidinis, Wake Forest University, United States; John Murray, Yale University, United States
1263 Adversarial Training of Neural Encoding Models on Population Spike Trains Poornima Ramesh, Mohamad Atayi, Jakob H Macke, Technical University of Munich, Germany
1264 A Model for Perception and Memory Volker Tresp, Sahand Sharifzadeh, Dario Konopatzki, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany
1265 Understanding the functional and structural differences across excitatory and inhibitory neurons Sun Minni, Peking University, China; Li Ji-An, University of Science and Technology of China, China; Theodore Moskovitz, Grace Lindsay, Kenneth Miller, Mario Dipoppa, Guangyu Robert Yang, Columbia University, China
1268 Fear Generalization of Emotional Stimuli Can Be Explained By a Bayesian Inference Model Lukas Neugebauer, Christian Büchel, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1269 Do Deep Neural Networks Model Nonlinear Compositionality in the Neural Representation of Human-Object Interactions? Aditi Jha, Sumeet Agarwal, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
1270 Modular RL for Real-Time Learning in Physical Environments Per R. Leikanger, UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, Norway
1271 Model abstraction for model-based reinforcement learning in the human orbitofrontal cortex Yu Takagi, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Wako Yoshida, Kyoto University, Japan; Saori Tanaka, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
1272 RNNs develop history biases in an expectation-guided two-alternative forced choice task Manuel Molano-Mazon, IDIBAPS, Spain; Guangyu Robert Yang, Columbia University, United States; Ainhoa Hermoso-Mendizabal, Jaime de la Rocha, IDIBAPS, Spain
1273 A Formal Framework for Structured N-Back Stimuli Sequences Morteza Ansarinia, Mussack Dominic, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Paul Schrater, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, United States; Pedro Cardoso-Leite, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
1274 Attention manipulation in reinforcement learning agents Oriol Corcoll, Abdullah Makkeh, Jaan Aru, Dirk Oliver Theis, Raul Vicente Zafra, Tartu University, Estonia
1275 A neurally-constrained process model of prior-informed decision making Elaine Corbett, Redmond O'Connell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Simon Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland
1276 A Computational Model for Combinatorial Generalization in Physical Perception from Sound Yunyun Wang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tsinghua University, China; Chuang Gan, MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, United States; Max Siegel, Zhoutong Zhang, Jiajun Wu, Joshua Tenenbaum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
1277 Sensorimotor strategies and neuronal representations of whisker-based object recognition in mouse barrel cortex Ramon Nogueira, Chris C. Rodgers, Stefano Fusi, Randy M. Bruno, Columbia University, United States
1278 A representation-level algorithm for detecting spatial coincidences Jennifer Lee, Weiji Ma, NYU, United States
1279 High-resolution population receptive field mapping of human high-level visual areas Charlotte Leferink, Claudia Damiano, Dirk Walther, University of Toronto, Canada
1280 Effects of Sensory Precision on Behavioral and Neuroimaging Perceptual Biases in Duration Estimation Reny Baykova, Warrick Roseboom, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
1281 Subnetworks mediating feedforward and feedback processes revealed by multi-area Neuropixels recordings Xiaoxuan Jia, Joshua Siegle, Yazan Billeh, Séverine Durand, Greggory Heller, Tamina Ramirez, Anton Arkhipov, Shawn Olsen, Allen Institute, United States
1282 Trial-by-trial voxelwise noise correlations improve population coding of orientation in human V1 Ru-Yuan Zhang, University of Minnesota, United States; Xue-Xin Wei, Columbia University, United States; Xiangbin Teng, Max-Planck-Institute of Empirical Aesthetics, Germany; Kendrick Kay, University of Minnesota, United States
1283 Disambiguating planning from heuristics in rodent spatial navigation Michael Pereira, Christian K. Machens, Champalimaud Research, Portugal; Rui M. Costa, Columbia University, United States; Thomas Akam, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
1284 Anxiety Impedes Adaptive Social Learning Under Uncertainty Amrita Lamba, Michael Frank, Oriel FeldmanHall, Brown University, United States
1287 Brain and DCNN representational geometries predict variability in conscious access Daniel Lindh, Ilja Sligte, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Kimron Shapiro, Ian Charest, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
1289 Synaptic plasticity with correlated feedback: knowing how much to learn. Alexander Antrobus, Peter Latham, University College London, United Kingdom
1290 Representations of Sensory Signals and Abstract Categories in Brain Networks Dimitris Pinotsis, City—University of London & MIT, United Kingdom; Markus Siegel, University of Tuebingen, Germany; Earl Miller, MIT, United States
1291 Comparing neural simulations by neural density estimation Jan Boelts, Jan-Matthis Lueckmann, Technical University of Munich, Germany; Pedro J. Goncalves, Research Center caesar, Germany; Henning Sprekeler, Technical University of Berlin, Germany; Jakob H. Macke, Technical University of Munich, Germany
1293 Neural signatures of coping with multiple tasks in mouse visual cortex Márton Hajnal, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary; Duy Tran, Michael Einstein, University of California Los Angeles, United States; Gergő Orbán, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary; Peyman Golshani, University of California Los Angeles, United States; Pierre-Olivier Polack, Rutgers State University of New Jersey, United States
1294 Brain Functional Connectivity in Wakefulness Predicts Susceptibility to Anaesthesia Feng Deng, Rhodri Cusack, Lorina Naci, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
1295 The Notorious Difficulty of Comparing Human and Machine Perception Judy Borowski, Christina M. Funke, Karolina Stosio, Wieland Brendel, Thomas S. A. Wallis, Matthias Bethge, University of Tuebingen, Germany
1296 Generalization of placebo pain relief Lea Kampermann, Christian Büchel, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1297 Optimal maintenance and use of uncertainty in visual working memory Aspen Yoo, Wei Ji Ma, New York University, United States
1298 Humans cannot decipher adversarial images: Revisiting Zhou and Firestone (2019) Marin Dujmović, Gaurav Malhotra, Jeffrey Bowers, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
1299 Shared visual illusions between humans and artificial neural networks Ari Benjamin, Cheng Qiu, Ling-Qi Zhang, Konrad Kording, Alan Stocker, University of Pennsylvania, United States
1300 The effect of task and training on intermediate representations in convolutional neural networks revealed with modified RV similarity analysis Jessica Thompson, Yoshua Bengio, Université de Montréal, Canada; Marc Schoenwiesner, University of Leipzig, Germany
1301 Temporal Dynamics of Meaning Ariel Goldstein, Princeton University and Google Research, United States; Aren Jansen, Malcom Slaney, Google Research, United States; Amy Price, Zaid Kokaja Zada, Princeton University, United States; Gina Ghoe, Bobbi Aubrey, Aditi Rao, Lora Fanda, Princeton University and NYU School of Medicine, United States; Kenneth Norman, Princeton University, United States; Adeen Flinker, Orrin Devinsky, NYU School of Medicine, United States; Michael Brenner, Google Research, United States; Uri Hasson, Princeton University and Google Research, United States
1302 The Accumulation of Salient Changes in Visual Cortex Predicts Subjective Time Maxine Sherman, University of Sussex, United Kingdom; Zafeirios Fountas, University College London, United Kingdom; Anil Seth, Warrick Roseboom, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
1303 Bayesian nonparametric models characterize social sensitivity in a competitive dynamic game Kelsey McDonald, Scott Huettel, John Pearson, Duke University, United States
1304 NMDA-Receptor Dysfunction Disrupts Serial Biases in Spatial Working Memory Heike Stein, João Barbosa, Josep Dalmau, Albert Compte, Institut d’Investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer, Spain
1306 Synchronized and Propagating States of Human Auditory Processing Joon-Young Moon, Kathrin Müsch, Johns Hopkins University, United States; Charles Schroeder, The Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, United States; Christopher Honey, Johns Hopkins University, United States
1307 A Functional Model of Neuronal Response Variability in Primary Visual Cortex Dylan Festa, Amir Aschner, Adam Kohn, Ruben Coen-Cagli, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, United States
1309 Colour clustering in visual working memory Ben Cuthbert, Martin Paré, Queen's University, Canada; Dominic Standage, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; Gunnar Blohm, Queen's University, Canada
1311 Working with Episodic Memory: The N-back Task Andre Beukers, Kenneth Norman, Jonathan Cohen, Princeton University, United States
1313 How do people learn how to plan? Yash Raj Jain, Sanit Gupta, Vasundhara Rakesh, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Germany; Peter Dayan, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Germany; Frederick Callaway, Princeton University, United States; Falk Lieder, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Germany
1314 Influence of Musical Expertise on the processing of Musical Features in a Naturalistic Setting Dipankar Niranjan, Kohli Centre on Intelligent Systems, IIIT Hyderabad, India; Iballa Burunat, Petri Toiviainen, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland; Elvira Brattico, Center for Music In the Brain, Aarhus University, Denmark; Vinoo Alluri, Kohli Centre on Intelligent Systems, IIIT Hyderabad, India
1315 Using EEG to Predict Speech Intelligibility Ivan Iotzov, Lucas Parra, City University of New York, United States
1316 A Memory-Augmented Reinforcement Learning Model of Food Caching Behaviour in Birds Johanni Brea, Wulfram Gerstner, EPFL, Switzerland
1320 The causal contributions of medial prefrontal cortex to value-based decisions in mice Huriye Atilgan, Cayla Murphy, Alex Kwan, Yale university, United States
1323 Probabilistic Successor Representations with Kalman Temporal Differences Jesse Geerts, University College London, United Kingdom; Kimberly Stachenfeld, DeepMind, United Kingdom; Neil Burgess, University College London, United Kingdom
1324 A mechanistic account of transferring structural knowledge across cognitive maps Shirley Mark, Rani Moran, Thomas Parr, Steve Kennerley, University College London, United Kingdom; Tim Behrens, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
1325 Modeling attention impairments in major depression Arielle Keller, Shi Qiu, Jason Li, Leanne Williams, Stanford University, United States
1326 A Causal Effect of Macaque V2 in a Coarse Disparity Discrimination Task Katrina Quinn, University of Tuebingen, Germany; Bruce Cumming, National Institute of Health, United States; Hendrikje Nienborg, University of Tuebingen, Germany
1327 Temporal dynamics of whole-brain networks across depths of unconsciousness Dominic Standage, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; Corson Areshenkoff, Joseph Nashed, Queen's University, Canada; Matthew Hutchison, Biogen, United States; Melina Hutchison, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, United States; Ravi Menon, Stefan Everling, Western University, Canada; Jason Gallivan, Queen's University, Canada
1329 The origin of fixed, history-independent choice biases of rodents in perceptual decision making tasks Gabor Lengyel, Central European University, Hungary; Alexandre Hyafil, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain; Jozsef Fiser, Central European University, Hungary; Jaime de la Rocha, Institut d’Investigacions Biomediques August Pi i Sunyer, Spain
1330 Eye Movements Reflect Causal Inference During Episodic Memory Retrieval Yul HR Kang, Cambridge University, United Kingdom; Johannes Mahr, Central European University, Hungary; Márton Nagy, Krisztina Andrási, Eötvös Loránd Universiy, Hungary; Gergely Csibra, Central European University, Hungary; Máté Lengyel, Cambridge University, Hungary
1331 Microsaccade Patterns Evolve During Learning of a Covert Spatial Attention Task Marie Bellet, Lenka Seillier, Katrina Quinn, Katsuhisa Kawaguchi, Joachim Bellet, Ziad Hafed, Hendrikje Nienborg, University of Tuebingen, Germany
1332 Adaptation to environmental statistics in an action control task Nils Neupärtl, Constantin Rothkopf, Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
1333 Reading times and temporo-parietal BOLD activity encode the semantic hierarchy of language prediction Lea-Maria Schmitt, Julia Erb, Sarah Tune, University of Lübeck, Germany; Anna Rysop, Gesa Hartwigsen, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany; Jonas Obleser, University of Lübeck, Germany
1335 Identifiability of Gaussian Bayesian bandit models Maarten Speekenbrink, University College London, United Kingdom
1336 Attentional influences in primary visual cortex: an investigation of key task factors Kieran Mohr, Simon Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland
1338 A particle filtering account of selective attention during learning Angela Radulescu, Yael Niv, Nathaniel Daw, Princeton University, United States
1339 Overriding First Impressions: Evidence for a Reference-Dependent and Attentionally-Weighted Multi-Stage Process of Value-Based Decision-Making Romy Frömer, Amitai Shenhav, Brown University, United States
1340 An Electrophysiological Signature of Dynamic Urgency in Human Perceptual Decision Making Ciara Devine, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; David McGovern, Dublin City University, Ireland; Jessica Dully, Emmet McNickle, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Simon Kelly, University College Dublin, Ireland; Redmond O'Connell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
1341 Functional connectivity of fractal and oscillatory cortical activity is distinct Andrea Ibarra Chaoul, Markus Siegel, Hertie-Institute for Clinical Brain Research, Centre for Integrative Neuroscience & MEG Center, Germany
1343 Unifying Neural Delay Representations in Cognitive Tasks: A Joint Human Behavioral and Recurrent Neural Network Study Daniel Ehrlich, John D. Murray, Yale University, United States
1344 Dynamic Gaze Effects on Cost-Benefit Decisions: from Value Modulation to Additive Influences Andrew Westbrook, Brown University, United States; Lieke Hofmans, Jessica Määttä, Danae Papadopetraki, Ruben van den Bosch, Roshan Cools, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Netherlands; Michael Frank, Brown University, United States
1347 GABAergic Competition Boosts the Irrationality of Protracted Decisions Konstantinos Tsetsos, Thomas Pfeffer, Christoffer Gahnström, Tobias H Donner, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
1350 Testing Computational Models of Goal Pursuit Florian Mohnert, Mateo Tošić, Falk Lieder, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Germany
1351 Procrastination in Rational Agents Peiyuan Zhang, Wei Ji Ma, New York University, United States
1352 Subtractive gating improves generalization in working memory tasks Milton Llera Montero, Gaurav Malhotra, Jeff Bowers, Rui Ponte Costa, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
1353 A quantitative model of the language familiarity effect in infancy Craig Thorburn, Naomi Feldman, Thomas Schatz, University Of Maryland, United States
1355 Evolving the Olfactory System Guangyu Robert Yang, Peter Yiliu Wang, Yi Sun, Ashok Litwin-Kumar, Richard Axel, L.F. Abbott, Columbia University, United States
1356 Human learning and decision-making in the bandit task: Three wrongs make a right Dalin Guo, Angela Yu, UC San Diego, United States
1358 Evidence for Visual Representation of Numerosity in Natural Scenes Maggie Mae Mell, Ghislain St-Yves, Medical University of South Carolina, United States; Emily Allen, Yihan Wu, Kendrick Kay, University of Minnesota, United States; Thomas Naselaris, Medical University of South Carolina, United States
1359 FEF Biases the Persistence of Expectation Brandon Caie, Queen's University, Canada; Paul Schrater, University of Minnesota, United States; Aarlenne Khan, University of Montreal, Canada; Gunnar Blohm, Queen's University, Canada
1360 Learning what is relevant for rewards via serial hypothesis testing Mingyu Song, Ming Bo Cai, Yael Niv, Princeton University, United States
1361 ABC-NN: Approximate Bayesian Computation with Neural Networks to learn likelihood functions for efficient parameter estimation Alexander Fengler, Michael Frank, Brown University, United States
1362 Computational fMRI Reveals Separable Representations Of Stimulus and Behavioral Choice In Auditory Cortex: A Tool for Studying the Locus Coeruleus Circuit Kimia Yaghoubi, Mahsa Alizadeh Shalchy, Sana Hussain, Xu Chen, Ilana Benette, University of California, Riverside, United States; Mara Mather, University of Southern California, United States; Xiaoping Hu, Aaron Seitz, Megan Peters, University of California, Riverside, United States
1363 Different clones for different contexts: Hippocampal cognitive maps as higher-order graphs of a cloned HMM Nishad Gothoskar, J Swaroop Guntupalli, Rajeev Rikhye, Miguel Lázaro-Gredilla, Dileep George, Vicarious AI, United States
1364 Oscillatory dynamics of active learning in the human brain Daniel Pacheco Estefan, Xerxes D. Arsiwalla, Riccardo Zucca, IBEC, Spain; Alessandro Principe, Rodrigo Rocamora, Hospital del Mar, Spain; Nikolai Axmacher, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany; Paul F.M.J. Verschure, IBEC, Germany
1365 A way around the exploration-exploitation dilemma Erik Peterson, Timothy Verstynen, Carnegie Mellon, United States
1366 Locus Coeruleus Engagement Drives Network Connectivity Dynamics In Humans And Rats Sana Hussain, Mahsa Alizadeh Shalchy, Kimia C. Yaghoubi, Jason Langley, Xu Chen, Ilana J. Bennett, University of California, Riverside, United States; Ringo Huang, David Clewett, Shawn E. Nielsen, Rico Velasco, Briana Kennedy, Sophia Han, Kristie Tu, University of Southern California, United States; Aaron R. Seitz, University of California, Riverside, United States; Nanyin Zhang, University of Pennsylvania, United States; Mara Mather, University of Southern California, United States; Xiaoping Hu, Megan A. K. Peters, University of California, Riverside, United States
1368 Flexible connectivity under physiological constraints Gabriel Ocker, Michael Buice, Allen Institute for Brain Science, United States
1369 Bayesian parameter estimation for the SWIFT model of eye-movement control during reading Stefan A. Seelig, Maximilian M. Rabe, Noa Malem-Shinitski, Sebastian Reich, Ralf Engbert, University of Potsdam, Germany
1372 Models of allocentric coding for reaching in naturalistic visual scenes Parisa Abedi Khoozani, Queen's University, Canada; Paul R. Schrater, University of Minnesota, United States; Dominik Endres, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany; Katja Fiehler, Justus-Liebig Univ. Giessen, Germany; Gunnar Blohm, Queen's University, Canada
1373 A Model of Full-body Kinematics-based Visual Attention in Daily-Life Tasks Alex Harston, Chaiyawan Auepanwiriyakul, Aldo Faisal, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
1375 Model-based value in midbrain dopamine signals Marta Blanco Pozo, Thomas Akam, Timothy E. Behrens, Mark E. Walton, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
1377 High trait anxious individuals represent aversive environment as multiple states: a computational mechanism behind reinstatement Ondrej Zika, Katja Wiech, Oxford University, United Kingdom; Nicolas Schuck, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany
1378 Conjunctive Coding of Color and Shape in Convolutional Neural Networks JohnMark Taylor, Harvard University, United States; Yaoda Xu, Yale University, United States
1379 Noise correlations facilitate faster learning Matthew Nassar, Brown University, United States
1380 Toolbox for the Reinforcement Learning Drift Diffusion Model Mads Pedersen, University of Oslo, Norway; Michael Frank, Brown University, United States
1381 A Calculus for Brain Computation Christos H. Papadimitriou, Columbia University, United States; Santosh S. Vempala, Georgia Tech, United States; Daniel Mitropolsky, Michael J. Collins, Columbia University, United States; Wolfgang Maass, Technische Universität Graz, Austria; Larry F. Abbott, Columbia University, United States
1382 Neural Topic Modelling Pamela Hathway, Dan F.M. Goodman, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
1383 The Impact of Acetylcholine on Basolateral Amygdala Macrocircuits Evelyne Tantry, Rice University, United States; Joshua Ortiz-Guzman, Benjamin Arenkiel, Baylor College of Medicine, United States
1384 Functional Decoding using Convolutional Networks on Brain Graphs Yu Zhang, Pierre Bellec, Chercheur Centre de recherche de l'institut Universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal (CRIUGM), Canada
1385 Rational Arbitration of Hippocampal Replay Mayank Agrawal, Marcelo Mattar, Nathaniel Daw, Jonathan Cohen, Princeton University, United States
1386 Formalizing a Perceptual-Mnemonic Theory of the Medial Temporal Lobe Tyler Bonnen, Daniel L. K. Yamins, Anthony D. Wagner, Stanford University, United States
1387 Experimental evidence on computational mechanisms of concurrent temporal channels for auditory processing Xiangbin Teng, David Poeppel, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Germany
1388 Cognition as inference: a unifying account of some neural effects associated with mental imagery and attention Ghislain St-Yves, Thomas Naselaris, Medical university of South Carolina, United States
1389 Clear Evidence for Electrophysiological Signatures of Duration and Rhythm Prediction, but not across Sensory Modalities Alberto Mariola, Reny Baykova, University of Sussex, United Kingdom; Acer Y.C. Chang, Araya, Japan; Anil K. Seth, Warrick Roseboom, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
1390 Computational advantages of dopaminergic states for decision making Alana Jaskir, Michael Frank, Brown University, United States
1391 Analysis of Correspondence Relationship between Brain Activity and Semantic Representation Kana Ozaki, Ochanomizu University, Japan; Satoshi Nishida, Shinji Nishimoto, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan; Hideki Asoh, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan; Ichiro Kobayashi, Ochanomizu University, Japan
1392 Temporal Difference Learning for Recurrent Neural Networks Risheek Garrepalli Garrepalli, Oregon State University, United States
1393 Self-supervised Neural Network Models of Higher Visual Cortex Development Chengxu Zhuang, Stanford University, United States; Siming Yan, Peking University, China; Aran Nayebi, Daniel Yamins, Stanford University, United States
1394 A Simulation-Based Comparison of Methods for Analyzing Aperiodic Neural Activity Thomas Donoghue, Richard Gao, University of California, San Diego, United States; Leonhard Waschke, University of Lübeck, Germany; Bradley Voytek, University of California, San Diego, United States
1395 Comparing facets of behavioral object representation: implicit perceptual similarity matches brains and models Caterina Magri, Talia Konkle, Harvard University, United States
1396 Using the perceptual confirmation-bias to study learning and feedback in fovea and periphery Ankani Chattoraj, Richard Lange, Ralf Haefner, University of Rochester, United States
1397 Understanding the timing of cognitive processes with a variable rate neural code S. Thomas Christie, Paul Schrater, University of Minnesota, United States
1400 Neural Measures of Inter- vs Intra-individual Differences in Sustained Attention David Rothlein, Joseph DeGutis, Michael Esterman, VA Boston Healthcare System, United States
1403 Abstract representations of space in the mouse dentate gyrus Felix Taschbach, Maastricht University, Netherlands; Fabio Stefanini, Marcu K. Benna, Stefani Fusi, Zuckerman Mind Brain and Behavior Institute, Columbia University, United States
1404 Visual representations supporting category-specific information about visual objects in the brain Simon Faghel-Soubeyrand, Université de Montréal, Canada; Arjen Alink, University of Hamburg, Germany; Eva Bamps, University of Birmingham, Germany; Frédéric Gosselin, Université de Montréal, Canada; Ian Charest, University of Birmingham, Canada
1405 Why Are Face and Object Processing Segregated in the Human Brain? Testing Computational Hypotheses with Deep Convolutional Neural Networks Katharina Dobs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Alexander Kell, Columbia University, United States; Ian Palmer, Michael Cohen, Nancy Kanwisher, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
1406 Human-Like Judgments of Stability Emerge from Purely Perceptual Features: Evidence from Supervised and Unsupervised Deep Neural Networks Colin Conwell, Fenil Doshi, George Alvarez, Harvard University, United States
1407 Memorize-Generalize: An online algorithm for learning higher-order sequential structure with cloned Hidden Markov Models Rajeev Rikhye, J. Swaroop Guntupalli, Nishad Gothoskar, Miguel Lazaro-Gredilla, Dileep George, Vicarious AI, United States
1408 A causal inference model for the perception of complex motion in the presence of self-motion Sabyasachi Shivkumar, Gregory DeAngelis, Ralf Haefner, University of Rochester, United States
1409 Modeling the development of decision making in volatile environments using strategies, reinforcement learning, and Bayesian inference Maria Eckstein, Sarah Master, Ronald Dahl, Linda Wilbrecht, Anne Collins, UC Berkeley, United States
1410 A Study on a Correlation between a Predictive Model of Motion Pictures Imitating the Predictive Coding of the Cerebral Cortex and Brain Activity Chihiro Fujiyama, Ochanomizu University, Japan; Shinji Nishimoto, Satoshi Nishida, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan; Hideki Asoh, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan; Ichiro Kobayashi, Ochanomizu University, Japan
1412 Accelerated Texforms: Alternative Methods for Generating Unrecognizable Object Images with Preserved Mid-Level Features Arturo Deza, Yi-Chia Chen, Harvard University, United States; Bria Long, Stanford University, United States; Talia Konkle, Harvard University, United States
1413 Perceptual Motion Illusions as a Tool to Probe Neural Mechanisms of Motion Integration in the V1-MT-MSTl Feedforward-Feedback System Daniel Schmid, Maximilian P. R. Löhr, Heiko Neumann, Ulm University, Germany
1414 Visual Expertise and the Familiar Face Advantage Nicholas Blauch, Marlene Behrmann, David Plaut, Carnegie Mellon University, United States
1415 Arbitrating between planning and habit in naturalistic environments Ugurcan Mugan, Malcolm A. MacIver, Northwestern University, United States
1416 Sources of Evidence for Neural Representation Tyler Brooke-Wilson, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), United States
1417 Automatically inferring task context for continual learning Jasmine Collins, Kelvin Xu, Bruno Olshausen, Brian Cheung, University of California Berkeley, United States
1418 Geometry of Shared Representations Gregorty Henselman-Petrusek, Simon Segert, Princeton Universeity, United States; Bryn Keller, Mariano Tepper, Intel Labs, United States; Jon Cohen, Princeton Universeity, United States
1419 Attention bias towards structure explained by an intrinsic reward for learning Zhiwei Li, Todd Gureckis, New York University, United States
1421 Exploring Perceptual Illusions in Deep Neural Networks Emily Ward, University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States
1422 Rate-space attractors and low dimensional dynamics interact with spike-synchrony statistics in neural networks Daniel Scott, Michael Frank, Brown University, United States
1423 Optimal planning to plan: People partially plan based on plan specificity Mark Ho, Princeton University, United States; David Abel, Brown University, United States; Jonathan Cohen, Princeton University, United States; Michael Littman, Brown University, United States; Thomas Griffiths, Princeton University, United States
1424 Visualizing Representational Dynamics with Multidimensional Scaling Alignment Baihan Lin, Columbia University, United States; Marieke Mur, University of Western Ontario, Canada; Tim Kietzmann, Cambridge University, United Kingdom; Nikolaus Kriegeskorte, Columbia University, United States
1425 Neural mechanisms underlying the computation of socially inferred rewards Natalia Vélez, Hyowon Gweon, Stanford University, United States
1426 The Structure of Cognition Across Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Richard Gao, UC San Diego, United States; Dylan Christiano, UCLA, United States; Tom Donoghue, Bradley Voytek, UC San Diego, United States
1429 Modeling echo-target acquisition in blind humans Santani Teng, Giovanni Fusco, Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, United States
1430 Adaptive Filters to Remove Deep Brain Stimulation Artifacts from Local Field Potentials Taha Morshedzadeh, Neil M. Drummond, Utpal Saha, Robert Chen, Milad Lankarany, Krembil Brain Institute, Canada
1431 An Inference Network Model for Goal-directed Attentional Selection Yang Chu, Dan F. M. Goodman, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
1432 Convolutional neural networks performing a visual search task show attention-like limits on accuracy when trained to generalize across multiple search stimuli David Nicholson, Astrid Prinz, Emory University, United States
1433 Confirmation Bias is explained by Descending Loops in the Cortical Hierarchy Vincent Bouttier, Sophie Denève, Ecole Normale Supérieure, France; Renaud Jardri, Université de Lille, France

* Selected for oral presentation


The CCN Steering Committee thanks the following individuals for contributing their time to reviewing CCN 2018 papers:

Parisa Abedi Khoozani
Sumeet Agarwal
Thomas Akam
Andrea Alamia
Mohsen Alavash
Arjen Alink
George Alvarez
Elissa Aminoff
Naoya Arakawa
Anton Arkhipov
Jaan Aru
Bruno Averbeck
Chris Baker
Curtis Baker
Akram Bakkour
Christopher Baldassano
Ian Ballard
Manuel Baltieri
Mihály Bányai
Alon Baram
João Barbosa
Moraes Bastos
Pavol Bauer
Reny Baykova
Ulrik Beierholm
Dirk Bernhardt-Walther
Dan Biderman
Helen Blank
Nicholas Blauch
Gunnar Blohm
Sander Bohte
Krista Bond
Tyler Bonnen
Erie Boorman
Judy Borowski
Sander Bosch
Vincent Bouttier
Jeffrey Bowers
Stefania Bracci
Jan W. Brascamp
Johanni Brea
Rasmus Bruckner
Tim Buschman
Joana Cabral
Santiago A. Cadena
Ming Bo Cai
Brandon Caie
Pedro Cardoso-Leite
Chandramouli Chandrasekaran
Ian Charest
Adam Charles
Janice Chen
Sen Cheng
Brian Cheung
Junichi Chikazoe
Hannah Choi
Yang Chu
Radoslaw M. Cichy
David Clewett
Ruben Coen-Cagli
Dror Cohen
Jasmine Collins
Elaine Corbett
Rui Ponte Costa
Vincent Costa
Garrison Cottrell
Benjamin Ultan Cowley
Josephine Cruzat
Tolga Çukur
Ben Cuthbert
Jessica Dafflon
Aniruddha Das
Christoph Daube
Nathaniel Daw
Peter Dayan
Gregory DeAngelis
Feng Deng
Rachel Denison
Brian DePasquale
Theresa Desrochers
Lorena Deuker
Arturo Deza
Giovanni Di Liberto
Christopher DiMattina
Katharina Dobs
Thomas Donoghue
Leonidas A. A. Doumas
Constantine Dovrolis
Jan Drugowitsch
Sarah DuBrow
Marin Dujmovic
Lea Duncker
Eva Dyer
Alexander S. Ecker
Benedikt V. Ehinger
Dominik Endres
Ralf Engbert
Julia Erb
Yaara Erez
Jose M. Esnaola-Acebes
Benjamin Evans
Pedro F. da Costa
Zi Ying Fan
Marie-Christin Fellner
Dylan Festa
Ione Fine
Jozsef Fiser
Adeen Flinker
Oren Forkosh
Winrich Freiwald
Makoto Fukushima
Christoffer Gahnström
Jason Gallivan
Richard Gao
Mona Garvert
Samuel Gershman
Tal Golan
Ariel Goldstein
Julie Golomb
Pedro J. Goncalves
Dan F. M. Goodman
Frédéric Gosselin
Giovanni Granato
Benjamin J. Griffiths
Iris Groen
Dalin Guo
Rong Guo
Shlomi Haar
Michael Halassa
Gesa Hartwigsen
Pamela Hathway
Margaret Henderson
Alex Hernández-García
María Herrojo-Ruiz
Mark Ho
Lieke Hofmans
Christopher Honey
Tomoyasu Horikawa
Haruo Hosoya
Laurence Hunt
Sana Hussain
J. Benjamin Hutchinson
Robin A. A. Ince
Ivan Iotzov
Leyla Isik
Christian Jarvers
Xiaoxuan Jia
Harang Ju
Nancy Kanwisher
Christoph Kayser
Alexander Kell
Casper Kerrén
Daniel Kimmel
Maedbh King
Michael Kleinman
Luca Kolibius
Peter König
Talia Konkle
Anna Konova
Bruno Kopp
Christoph Korn
Simon Kornblith
Magnus T. Koudahl
Nikolaus Kriegeskorte
Saurabh Kumar
Matthias Kümmerer
Alex Kwan
Guillaume Lajoie
Richard Lange
Hongmi Lee
Tai Sing Lee
Haemy Lee Masson
Mark Lescroart
Jason Li
Zhiwei Li
Julia Lifanov
Baihan Lin
Scott Linderman
Daniel Lindh
Grace Lindsay
Ashok Litwin-Kumar
Milton Llera Montero
Romy Lorenz
Qihong Lu
Jan-Matthis Lueckmann
Malcolm A. MacIver
Christopher Madan
Caterina Magri
Niru Maheswaranathan
Noa Malem-Shinitski
Gaurav Malhotra
Mauro Manassi
Daniele Marinazzo
Alberto Mariola
Dimitrije Markovic
Andrea E. Martin
Anna Marzecová
James Mazer
Kelsey McDonald
David McGovern
David Meder
Ning Mei
Maggie Mae Mell
Jeff Mitchell
Yoichi Miyawaki
Dean Mobbs
Holger Mohr
Kieran Mohr
Manuel Molano-Mazon
Ida Momennejad
Rani Moran
Andrew T Morgan
Taha Morshedzadeh
Theodore Moskovitz
Caitlin Mullin
Marieke Mur
Peter Murphy
Lea Musiolek
David G. Nagy
Thomas Naselaris
Richard Naud
Aran Nayebi
Heiko Neumann
Nils Neupärtl
David Nicholson
Satoshi Nishida
Shinji Nishimoto
Yael Niv
David Noelle
Ramon Nogueira
Sam Norman-Haignere
Jonas Obleser
Gabriel Ocker
Cheryl Olman
Hans Op de Beeck
Dirk Ostwald
Torben Ott
Daniel Pacheco Estefan
Hame Park
Seongmin Park
Thomas Parr
John Pearson
Marius Peelen
William Penny
Benjamin Peters
Megan A. K. Peters
Erik Peterson
Steven M. Peterson
Thomas Pfeffer
Gerit Pfuhl
Dimitris Pinotsis
Xaq Pitkow
Russell Poldrack
Sonia Poltoratski
Emannuel Procyk
Cheng Qiu
Shi Qiu
Angela Radulescu
Leila Reddy
Morteza Rezanejad
Mattia Rigotti
J. Brendan Ritchie
Gemma Roig
Max Rollwage
Gabriela Rosenblau
David Rothlein
Tessa Rusch
Robb Rutledge
Mojtaba Sahraee Ardakan
Paul Sajda
Viljami Salmela
Veronika Samborska
Honi Sanders
Florian Sandhaeger
Roberto Santana
Cristina Savin
Thomas Schatz
Guido Schillaci
Lea-Maria Schmitt
H.Steven Scholte
Philipp Schwartenbeck
K. Seeliger
Patrick Shafto
Mohammad Shahdloo
Usman Ayub Sheikh
Sabyasachi Shivkumar
Edward Silson
Lukas Snoek
Mingyu Song
David Soto
Maarten Speekenbrink
Thomas Sprague
Kartik Sreenivasan
Dominic Standage
Fabio Stefanini
Alexander Steinke
Carsen Stringer
Ghislain St-Yves
Hiromichi Suetani
David Sussillo
Yu Takagi
Bharath Chandra Talluri
Saori Tanaka
Mariano Tepper
Marije ter Wal
Kalpit Thakkar
Bertrand Thirion
Jessica Thompson
Sushrut Thorat
Frank Tong
Balazs Torok
David Tovar
Stephen Town
Volker Tresp
Konstantinos Tsetsos
Balázs Ujfalussy
Ruben van Bergen
Wouter van den Bos
Bas van Opheusden
Rufin VanRullen
Rekha Varrier
Maryam Vaziri-Pashkam
Vijay Veerabadran
Natalia Vélez
Tom Verguts
Timothy Verstynen
Simone Viganò
Antonino Visalli
Julien Vitay
Bradley Voytek
Edgar Y. Walker
Mark E. Walton
He Wang
Emily Ward
Michael Ward
Susan Wardle
Leonhard Waschke
Michael Waskom
Lilian Aline Weber
Christoph Weidemann
Laura Weidinger
Charlie Wilson
G. Elliott Wimmer
Malte Wöstmann
Charley M. Wu
Jiajun Wu
Brad Wyble
Hiroshi Yamakawa
Guangyu Robert Yang
Ilker Yildirim
Seng Bum Yoo
Galit Yovel
Andrew David Zaharia
Wilbert Zarco
Gregory Zelinsky
Astrid Zeman
Jiaxiang Zhang
Lei Zhang
Ling-Qi Zhang
Wenhao Zhang
Chengxu Zhuang
Corey Ziemba
Ondrej Zika