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Publications 2015

Ban H, Welchman AE (2015) fMRI analysis-by-synthesis reveals a dorsal hierarchy that extracts surface slant. Journal of Neuroscience, 35, 9823-35. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1255-15.2015

Patten ML & Welchman AE (2015) fMRI Activity in posterior parietal cortex relates to the perceptual use of binocular disparity for both signal-in-noise and feature difference tasks. PLoS One. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0140696.

Dekker TM, Ban H, van der Velde B, Sereno MI, Welchman AE, Nardini M (2015) Late development of cue integration is linked to sensory fusion in cortex. Current Biology, 25, 2856-61. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2015.09.043

Kourtzi Z, Welchman AE (2015) Adaptive shape coding for perceptual decisions in the human brain. Journal of Vision 15.7 (2015): 2-2.

Di Bernardi Luft C, Baker R, Bentham P, Kourtzi Z (2015) Learning temporal statistics for sensory predictions in mild cognitive impairment. Neuropsychologia 75 (2015): 368-380

Christian J, Goldstone A, Kuai SG, Chin W, Abrams D, Kourtzi Z (2015) Socio-cognitive profiles for visual learning in young and older adult. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 7 (2015): 105

Baker R, Bentham P, Kourtzi Z (2015) Learning to predict is spared in mild cognitive impairment due to Alzheimer’s disease. Experimental brain research (2015): 1-9

Di Bernardi Luft C, Meeson A, Welchman AE, Kourtzi Z (2015) Decoding the future from past experience: learning shapes predictions in early visual cortex. J Neurophysiol. 2015 Mar 4:jn.00753.2014. doi: 10.1152/jn.00753.2014.

Goncalves NR, Ban H, Sánchez-Panchuelo RM, Francis ST, Schluppeck D, Welchman AE (2015) 7 Tesla fMRI Reveals Systematic Functional Organization for Binocular Disparity in Dorsal Visual Cortex. J Neurosci, 35(7): 3056-3072.

Pelekanos V, Ban H, Welchman A (2015) Brightness masking is modulated by disparity structure. VISION RESEARCH, 110 (2015) 87-92. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2015.02.010

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BRAINfest: 23-25 June 2017

Jun 15, 2017

The Adaptive Brain Lab are very excited to be taking part in the University of Cambridge's first ever BRAINfest. This exciting public engagement event aims to give the general public a chance to learn and ask questions about Neuroscience first-hand from researchers at the forefront of the field.

ABL at the Cambridge Science Festival 2017

Jun 13, 2017

This March saw the return of the Cambridge Science Festival, a city wide event which showcases the variety of new and exciting science going on across Cambridge. The Adaptive Brain Lab took part, spending the day presenting our work alongside other labs from the psychology department.

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