publications

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The speed of human social interaction perception

 

Leyla Isik, Anna Mynick, Dimitrios Pantazis, and Nancy Kanwisher (under review)

bioRxiv 2019

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How face perception unfolds over time

 

Katharina Dobs, Leyla Isik, Dimitrios Pantazis, and Nancy Kanwisher (under review)

Nature Communications 2019

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General transformations of object representations in human visual cortex

 

Emily J Ward, Leyla Isik, and Marvin M Chun

Journal of Neuroscience 2018

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Invariant recognition shapes neural representations of visual input

 

Andrea Tacchetti, Leyla Isik, and Tomaso Poggio

Annual Reviews in Vision Science 2018. 4:17.1–17.20. [pdf]

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A fast, invariant representation for action in the human visual system

 

Leyla Isik, Andrea Tacchetti, and Tomaso Poggio  

Journal of Neurophysiology 2018 119:2, 631-640[pdf]

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Perceiving social interactions in the posterior superior temporal sulcus

 

Leyla Isik, Kami Koldewyn, David Beeler, and Nancy Kanwisher

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2017 114 (43), E9145-E9152. [pdf]

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What is changing when: Decoding visual information in movies from human intracranial recordings

 

Leyla Isik, Jedediah Singer, Joseph Madsen, Nancy Kanwisher and Gabriel Kreiman

Neuroimage 2017. [pdf]

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Invariant recognition drives neural representations of actions

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Andrea Tacchetti, Leyla Isik, and Tomaso Poggio

PLoS Computational Biology 2017 13 (12), e1005859. [pdf]

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Eccentricity-dependent deep neural networks: modeling invariance in human vision

 

Francis Chen, Gemma Roig, Leyla Isik, Xavier Boix, and Tomaso Poggio

Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence 2017. [pdf]

The dynamics of invariant object recognition in the human visual system

 

Leyla Isik, Ethan Meyers, Joel Leibo, and Tomaso Poggio

Journal of Neurophysiology 2014 111 (1), 91-102. [pdf]

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Computational role of eccentricity dependent cortical magnification

 

Leyla Isik, Jim Mutch and Tomaso Poggio

arXiv:1406.1770 2014. [pdf]

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Learning and disrupting invariance in visual recognition with a temporal association learning rule

 

Leyla Isik, Joel Leibo and Tomaso Poggio

Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 2012 6, 37. [pdf]