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Dobs, K., Isik, L., Pantazis, D. & Kanwisher, N. How face perception unfolds over time. Nature Communications 10, (2019).
Gershman, S. J. How to never be wrong. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 26, 13 - 28 (2019).
Patzelt, E. H., Kool, W., Millner, A. J. & Gershman, S. J. Incentives Boost Model-Based Control Across a Range of Severity on Several Psychiatric Constructs. Biological Psychiatry 85, 425 - 433 (2019).
Yildirim, I., Wu, J., Kanwisher, N. & Tenenbaum, J. B. An integrative computational architecture for object-driven cortex. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 55, 73 - 81 (2019).
Calero, C. I., Shalom, D. E., Spelke, E. S. & Sigman, M. Language, gesture, and judgment: Children’s paths to abstract geometry. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 177, 70 - 85 (2019).
Jozwik, K. M., Lee, M., Marques, T., Schrimpf, M. & Bashivan, P. Large-scale hyperparameter search for predicting human brain responses in the Algonauts challenge. The Algonauts Project: Explaining the Human Visual Brain Workshop 2019 (2019). doi:10.1101/689844
Srivastava, S., Ben-Yosef, G. & Boix, X. Minimal images in deep neural networks: Fragile Object Recognition in Natural Images. International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR) (2019). at <>
Ullman, S., Dorfman, N. & Harari, D. A model for discovering ‘containment’ relations. Cognition 183, 67 - 81 (2019).
Bashivan, P., Kar, K. & DiCarlo, J. J. Neural Population Control via Deep Image Synthesis. Science 364, (2019).PDF icon Author's last draft (18.45 MB)
Liu, S., Brooks, N. B. & Spelke, E. S. Origins of the concepts cause, cost, and goal in prereaching infants. PNAS (2019). doi: icon Author's last draft (2.58 MB)
Fazeli, N. et al. See, feel, act: Hierarchical learning for complex manipulation skills with multisensory fusion. Science Robotics 4, eaav3123 (2019).
Isik, L., Mynick, A., Pantazis, D. & Kanwisher, N. The speed of human social interaction perception. BioRxiv (2019). doi:
Poggio, T., Banburski, A. & Liao, Q. Theoretical Issues in Deep Networks: Approximation, Optimization and Generalization. (2019).PDF icon CBMM Memo 100 v1 (1.71 MB)PDF icon CBMM Memo 100 v3 (8/25/2019) (1.31 MB)
Jozwik, K. M., Schrimpf, M., Kanwisher, N. & DiCarlo, J. J. To find better neural network models of human vision, find better neural network models of primate vision. BioRxiv (2019). at <>
Patzelt, E. H., Kool, W., Millner, A. J. & Gershman, S. J. The transdiagnostic structure of mental effort avoidance. Scientific Reports 9, (2019).
Jacoby, N. et al. Universal and Non-universal Features of Musical Pitch Perception Revealed by Singing. Current Biology (2019). doi:10.1016/j.cub.2019.08.020
Ullman, S. Using neuroscience to develop artificial intelligence. Science 363, 692 - 693 (2019).
Mhaskar, H. & Poggio, T. An analysis of training and generalization errors in shallow and deep networks. (2018).PDF icon CBMM-Memo-076.pdf (772.61 KB)PDF icon CBMM-Memo-076v2.pdf (2.67 MB)
Berzak, Y., Katz, B. & Levy, R. Assessing Language Proficiency from Eye Movements in Reading. 16th Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (2018). at <>PDF icon 1804.07329.pdf (350.43 KB)
Spokes, A. C. & Spelke, E. S. At 4.5 but not 5.5 years, children favor kin when the stakes are moderately high. PLOS ONE 13, (2018).
Xiao, W., Chen, H., Liao, Q. & Poggio, T. Biologically-plausible learning algorithms can scale to large datasets. (2018).PDF icon CBMM-Memo-092.pdf (1.31 MB)
Muir, D., Fang, X. & Meyers, E. Brain-Observatory-Toolbox. (2018).
Schrimpf, M. & Kubilius, J. Brain-Score: Which Artificial Neural Network for Object Recognition is most Brain-Like?. bioRxiv preprint (2018). doi:10.1101/407007PDF icon Brain-Score bioRxiv.pdf (789.83 KB)
Liao, Q., Miranda, B., Hidary, J. & Poggio, T. Classical generalization bounds are surprisingly tight for Deep Networks. (2018).PDF icon CBMM-Memo-091.pdf (1.43 MB)PDF icon CBMM-Memo-091-v2.pdf (1.88 MB)
Sliwa, J., Marvel, S. R., Ianni, G. A. & Freiwald, W. A. Comparing human and monkey neural circuits for processing social scenes. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting (CNS), Boston, MA (2018).