Publications of Martin N. Hebart

Journal Article (26)

2014
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Stein, T.; Seymour, K.; Hebart, M. N.; Sterzer, P.: Rapid fear detection relies on high spatial frequencies. Psychological Science 25 (2), pp. 566 - 574 (2014)
2012
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Hebart, M. N.; Donner, T. H.; Haynes, J.-D.: Human visual and parietal cortex encode visual choices independent of motor plans. NeuroImage 63 (3), pp. 1393 - 1403 (2012)
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Christophel, T. B.; Hebart, M. N.; Haynes, J.-D.: Decoding the contents of visual short-term memory from human visual and parietal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 32 (38), pp. 12983 - 12989 (2012)
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Hebart, M. N.; Hesselmann, G.: What visual information is processed in the human dorsal stream? The Journal of Neuroscience 32 (24), pp. 8107 - 8109 (2012)
2011
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Stein, T.; Hebart, M. N.; Sterzer, P.: Breaking continuous flash suppression: A new measure of unconscious processing during interocular suppression? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5, 167 (2011)
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Hesselmann, G.; Hebart, M. N.; Malach, R.: Differential BOLD activity associated with subjective and objective reports during “Blindsight” in normal observers. The Journal of Neuroscience 31 (36), pp. 12936 - 12944 (2011)

Preprint (5)

2019
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Hebart, M. N.; Dickter, A. H.; Kidder, A.; Kwok, W. Y.; Corriveau, A.; Van Wicklin, C.; Baker, C. I.: THINGS: A database of 1,854 object concepts and more than 26,000 naturalistic object images. (2019)
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Zheng, C. Y.; Pereira, F.; Baker, C. I.; Hebart, M. N.: Revealing interpretable object representations from human behavior. (2019)
2018
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Bankson, B. B.; Hebart, M. N.; Groen, I. I. A.; Baker, C. I.: The temporal evolution of conceptual object representations revealed through models of behavior, semantics and deep neural networks. (2018)
2017
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Hebart, M. N.; Baker, C. I.: Deconstructing multivariate decoding for the study of brain function. (2017)
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Görgen, K.; Hebart, M. N.; Allefeld , C.; Haynes, J.-D.: The same analysis approach: Practical protection against the pitfalls of novel neuroimaging analysis methods. (2017)
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