CT-2: Contributed Talks 2
Sat, 26 Aug, 16:30 - 18:00 United Kingdom Time
Location: South Schools / East Schools
Session Type: Lecture
Track: Cognitive science
Sat, 26 Aug, 16:30 - 16:45 United Kingdom Time

CT-2.1: Mental Imagery: Weak Vision or Compressed Vision?

Tiasha Saha Roy, Jesse Breedlove, Ghislain St-Yves, Kendrick Kay, Thomas Naselaris, University of Minnesota, United States
Sat, 26 Aug, 16:45 - 17:00 United Kingdom Time

CT-2.2: Leveraging Artificial Neural Networks to Enhance Diagnostic Efficiency in Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Study on Facial Emotion Recognition

Kushin Mukherjee, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States; Na Yeon Kim, California Institute of Technology, United States; Shirin Taghian Alamooti, York University, Canada; Ralph Adolphs, California Institite of Technology, United States; Kohitij Kar, York University, Canada
Sat, 26 Aug, 17:00 - 17:15 United Kingdom Time

CT-2.3: Dropout as a tool for understanding information distribution in human and machine visual systems

Jacob S. Prince, Harvard University, United States; Gabriel Fajardo, Boston College, United States; George A. Alvarez, Talia Konkle, Harvard University, United States
Sat, 26 Aug, 17:15 - 17:30 United Kingdom Time

CT-2.4: Humans and 3D neural field models make similar 3D shape judgements

Thomas O'Connell, MIT, United States; Tyler Bonnen, Stanford University, United States; Yoni Friedman, Ayush Tewari, Josh Tenenbaum, Vincent Sitzmann, Nancy Kanwisher, MIT, United States
Sat, 26 Aug, 17:30 - 17:45 United Kingdom Time

CT-2.5: Humans and CNNs see differently: Action affordances are represented in scene-selective visual cortex but not CNNs

Clemens G. Bartnik, Iris I.A. Groen, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sat, 26 Aug, 17:45 - 18:00 United Kingdom Time

CT-2.6: Beyond Geometry: Comparing the Temporal Structure of Computation in Neural Circuits with Dynamic Mode Representational Similarity Analysis

Mitchell Ostrow, Adam Eisen, Leo Kozachkov, Ila Fiete, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States