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A Penny for Your (visual) Thoughts: Self-Supervised Reconstruction of Natural Movies from Brain Activity [article]

Ganit Kupershmidt, Roman Beliy, Guy Gaziv, Michal Irani
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we propose a self-supervised approach for natural-movie reconstruction.  ...  Reconstructing natural videos from fMRI brain recordings is very challenging, for two main reasons: (i) As fMRI data acquisition is difficult, we only have a limited amount of supervised samples, which  ...  Acknowledgments This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 788535).  ... 
arXiv:2206.03544v3 fatcat:2jwyxjqeenfc3ea3undnv2yjju

Concepts and Compositionality: In Search of the Brain's Language of Thought

Steven M. Frankland, Joshua D. Greene
2017 Annual Review of Psychology  
Here, we highlight emerging work on combinatorial processes in the brain and consider this work's relation to the language of thought.  ...  This silly sentence makes a serious point: As humans, we can flexibly generate and comprehend an unbounded number of complex ideas. Little is known, however, about how our brains accomplish this.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Dan Schacter for helpful comments. LITERATURE CITED  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-psych-122216-011829 pmid:31550985 fatcat:xs6ojx54hndmzbgekyrjz3e2ia

Cognitive Literary Studies: Current Themes and New Directions

2013 Poetics Today  
of shared emotive and cognitive principles.  ...  psychology, linguistics, narrative theory, and related fields, exploring how this research bears on and illuminates cultural phenomena such as, but not limited to, literature, film, drama, music, dance, visual  ...  (Specifically, Fuster assigns this inhibiting to the part of your brain just above your eyebrows, the orbital prefrontal cortex, and extending back toward the brain stem at the base of your skull.  ... 
doi:10.1215/03335372-2389659 fatcat:b2dzja55ljdd7d7wxhcxatwnkq

Dr. Steven Pinker Shares Why People Are Better Off Than You Might Think

Bradley Cannon
2020 Eye on Psi Chi Magazine  
Doing it well and making a contribution may even get some of your mind-numbing activities reallocated from you!  ...  Hopefully your letter from your thesis/dissertation advisor will naturally be the strongest of multiple letters.  ...  CHAPTER ACTIVITIES FUND-RAISER: As a fund-raising event, the chapter created merchandise to sell to members at a small profit.  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-9812.eye24.4.44 fatcat:lhosmcw7evedtlov3qzblqc4dq

Abstracts of the 16th Annual Meeting of The Israel Society for Neuroscience: Eilat, Israel, November 25–27, 2007

2007 Neural Plasticity  
The Israel Society for Neuroscience—ISFN—was founded in 1993 by a group of Israeli leading scientists conducting research in the area of neurobiology.  ...  The meeting also offers the opportunity for the researchers to exchange information with each other, often leading to the initiation of collaborative studies.  ...  The effects of music background on sleep efficiency, anxiety and depression in Schizophrenia patients  ... 
doi:10.1155/2007/30585 pmid:25148070 pmcid:PMC2366074 fatcat:u4tjfw6shnaxpnzwezieeiqnpm

EMG-based Simultaneous and Proportional Estimation of Wrist Kinematics and its Application in Intuitive Myoelectric Control for Unilateral transradial Amputees

Farina Dario
2011 Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience  
), and EU Grant 269921 (Brain-ScaleS).  ...  [W 52] Reliable and adaptive numerical methods for realistic neurons Dan A.  ...  Here we leverage state-of-the-art 3D Caimaging techniques (Gobel et al 2007) to record in vivo from primary visual cortex (V1) layer 2/3 of the mouse visual cortex during artificial and natural movie presentation  ... 
doi:10.3389/conf.fncom.2011.53.00081 fatcat:nkq5wesfpbcjnikbxqh3v3gtqi

Center for nonverbal studies

2003 ChoiceReviews  
a scientific point of view.  ...  Items in this Dictionary have been researched by anthropologists, archaeologists, biologists, linguists, psychiatrists, psychologists, semioticians, and others who have studied human communication from  ...  His expertise lies in nonverbal communication, anthropology and the brain. Givens's book, Love Signals, is a popular, often-cited study of courtship ritual and nonverbal rapport.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.40sup-0079 fatcat:zi5s5wxf2nhene2zyhbbhfsulu

Phasic norepinephrine is a neural interrupt signal for unexpected events in rapidly unfolding sensory sequences – evidence from pupillometry [article]

Sijia Zhao, Maria Chait, Fred Dick, Peter Dayan, Shigeto Furukawa, Hsin-I Liao
2018 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
A prominent theory (Dayan & Yu, 2006) proposes that the brain monitors for 'unexpected uncertainty' – events which deviate substantially from model predictions, indicating model failure.  ...  However, evidence is from paradigms where participants actively monitored stimulus statistics.  ...  As you drive, your decision is informed by road signs, advice from your passengers, your GPS, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1101/466367 fatcat:a3bquw6n55amhodwmfoa2frboa

Cardiac MR: From Theory to Practice

Tevfik F. Ismail, Wendy Strugnell, Chiara Coletti, Maša Božić-Iven, Sebastian Weingärtner, Kerstin Hammernik, Teresa Correia, Thomas Küstner
2022 Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine  
This review covers five essential aspects of CMR to provide a comprehensive overview ranging from CVDs to CMR pulse sequence design, acquisition protocols, motion handling, image reconstruction and quantitative  ...  The handling of respiratory and cardiac motion strategies as well as their integration into the reconstruction processes is showcased. (5) Recent advances on deep learning-based reconstructions for this  ...  Self-supervised learning is a form of unsupervised learning, where the data provides the supervision.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcvm.2022.826283 pmid:35310962 pmcid:PMC8927633 fatcat:j3vd446nxnajvgajkhazwbvgia

Introduction to the special issue

1978 Regional Science and Urban Economics  
In the spring of the school year, the high school and first-grade students came together for a collaborative, multi-age tile mosaic art project.  ...  Three times a week students from two firstgrade classes would travel to the high school to work with a high school mentor in creating tile mosaic pieces.  ...  Further, it encouraged and provided opportunity for teacher-participant self-reflection and deeper collaboration of data collection and analysis between teacher-participant and researcher.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-0462(78)90008-x fatcat:jbi6el5kmjatnaqccj7zo2xbbq

The Philosophy of the Coen brothers

2009 ChoiceReviews  
Fate A movie like The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Ford, 1962) can be thought of as an elegy for the loss of a certain kind of wildness.  ...  That is, I have direct and immediate access to my own mind and my own thoughts, but I have no such access to yours. I directly perceive your physical body, but I can't think your thoughts.  ...  ) is lured into a Faustian bargain to go to Hollywood and write for the movies.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.46-4326 fatcat:7jqewi4n6vaancpz7vhsaaiosy

Child development and education

David Elkind
1975 Canadian Psychological Review/Psychologie canadienne  
A row of pennies looks like it has more elements than a pile, it is a kind of visual Illusion. But if the child counts the pennies he can discover whether or nut they are equal in fact.  ...  Where is your father? Caught in a trap. Where is your sister? Far from home Where is your brother? I have none.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0081799 fatcat:ppgvvmpwynfxndoug66l73m5rm

Radical innocence: a critical study of the Hollywood Ten

1989 ChoiceReviews  
They become "greylisted" by failing to repudiate (convincingly) activities such as the following: (a) support for New Deal or Independent political organizations such as the Hollywood Democratic Committee  ...  freedom of speech and association; (b) by invoking the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, protecting a witness from being required to testify against himself; (c) by not appearing before the Committee  ...  from grafting the glands of a frog into a mouse to inserting a woman's brain into an ape.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.27-0869 fatcat:2bhti7g3bzdgtiheddmuehqfna

Street smart: the New York of Lumet, Allen, Scorsese, and Lee

2006 ChoiceReviews  
., 202, 222, 256 Warrilow, David, 132 Warsaw Academy of Dramatic and Musical Arts, 43 Washington, Booker T, 24, 209, 231 Washington, D.C., as film subject, 16 Washington, Denzel, 15, 221, 244, 257  ...  A web of lights and cables separates him from the human participants in the show, a visual indication of the dehumanized nature of the program.  ...  As it became the unchallenged American center of arts, trade, and finance, New York provided a natural home for innovations like the movies. This happened for a number of reasons.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.43-3296 fatcat:yjkvbdopjrfixkotkinuelcjia

Creatures of darkness: Raymond Chandler, detective fiction, and film noir

2001 ChoiceReviews  
This page intentionally left blank Any direct quotations in this book that are undocumented are derived from the author's personal interviews with the subjects; direct references to their personal correspondence  ...  From the outset the movie caught a lot of flack for betraying Chandler's book.  ...  Thus in the course of the pummeling that Marlowe endures from Steelgrave's thugs, he blurts out to one of them a memorable bit of dialogue: "Does your mother know what you do for a living?"  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.39-0169 fatcat:ztu2dih6bvcivhaqbbdvoxsxtm
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