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Over the last decade object recognition work has confounded voxel response detection with potential voxel class identification. Consequently, the claim that there are areas of the brain that are necessary and sufficient for object identification cannot be resolved with existing associative methods (e.g. GLM) that are dominant in brain imaging methods. In order to explore this controversy we trained full brain (40k voxels) single TR classifiers on data from 10 subjects in two differentdoi:10.1162/neco.2007.09-06-340 pmid:18047411 fatcat:debpyjybfnamfoerhj2jepqqhi