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Singer, J. & Kreiman, G. Short temporal asynchrony disrupts visual object recognition. J Vis 14, 7 (2014).
Prevedel, R. et al. Simultaneous whole-animal 3D imaging of neuronal activity using light-field microscopy. Nature Methods 11, 727 - 730 (2014).
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Tang, H. et al. Spatiotemporal Dynamics Underlying Object Completion in Human Ventral Visual Cortex. Neuron 83, 736 - 748 (2014).
Voinea, S., Zhang, C., Evangelopoulos, G., Rosasco, L. & Poggio, T. Speech Representations based on a Theory for Learning Invariances. (2014).
Bergen, L. & Goodman, N. D. The strategic use of noise in pragmatic reasoning. (2014).
Leibo, J. Z., Liao, Q. & Poggio, T. Subtasks of Unconstrained Face Recognition. (2014).PDF icon Leibo_Liao_Poggio_subtasks_VISAPP_2014.pdf (268.69 KB)
Leibo, J. Z., Liao, Q. & Poggio, T. Subtasks of unconstrained face recognition. (2014).
Poggio, T. & Squire, L. R. The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography Volume 8 8, (Society for Neuroscience, 2014).PDF icon Volume Introduction and Preface (232.8 KB)PDF icon TomasoPoggio.pdf (1.43 MB)
Liao, Q., Leibo, J. Z. & Poggio, T. Unsupervised learning of clutter-resistant visual representations from natural videos. (2014).PDF icon 1409.3879v2.pdf (3.64 MB)
Anselmi, F. et al. Unsupervised learning of invariant representations with low sample complexity: the magic of sensory cortex or a new framework for machine learning?. (2014).PDF icon CBMM Memo No. 001 (940.36 KB)
Mormann, F. et al. Single neuron studies of the human brain. Probing cognition (2014).
Gao, T., Harari, D., Tenenbaum, J. B. & Ullman, S. When Computer Vision Gazes at Cognition. (2014).PDF icon CBMM-Memo-025.pdf (3.78 MB)
Voinea, S., Zhang, C., Evangelopoulos, G., Rosasco, L. & Poggio, T. Word-level Invariant Representations From Acoustic Waveforms. INTERSPEECH 2014 - 15th Annual Conf. of the International Speech Communication Association (International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), 2014). at <>