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    1. Neuroscience

    Somatic and vicarious pain are represented by dissociable multivariate brain patterns

    Anjali Krishnan et al.
    Understanding others' pain is grounded in cognitive rather than sensory faculties.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Multivariate stochastic volatility modeling of neural data

    Tung D Phan et al.
    Multivariate stochastic volatility models provide insights into understanding the dynamics and connectivity of neural signals during cognitive tasks.
    1. Neuroscience

    Prediction error and repetition suppression have distinct effects on neural representations of visual information

    Matthew F Tang et al.
    Multivariate analyses of human electrophysiological recordings revealed that the brain represents unexpected visual stimuli with greater fidelity than expected stimuli which arose independently of simple habituation arising from repetition.
    1. Neuroscience

    Multivariate cross-frequency coupling via generalized eigendecomposition

    Michael X Cohen
    A novel methodological framework for cross-frequency coupling and spike-field coherence in multichannel (LFP, EEG, MEG) electrophysiology data reveals new manifestations of coupling dynamics.
    1. Neuroscience

    Multivariate analysis of electrophysiological diversity of Xenopus visual neurons during development and plasticity

    Christopher M Ciarleglio et al.
    The diversity of electrophysiological phenotypes of neurons in a functional network increases over development, but can be modulated, and even reduced by sensory experience; allowing them to adapt to a changing and growing brain.
    1. Neuroscience

    Vision: Framing orientation selectivity

    Floris P de Lange, Matthias Ekman
    The ongoing debate on the neural basis of orientation selectivity in the primary visual cortex continues.
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    1. Neuroscience

    Working Memory: Separating the present and the future

    Qing Yu, Bradley R Postle
    The brain stores information that is needed immediately and information that will be needed in the future in different ways.
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    Current and future goals are represented in opposite patterns in object-selective cortex

    Anouk Mariette van Loon et al.
    Multivoxel pattern of fMRI data reveals how the brain distinguishes between relevant and irrelevant representations as representations adapt to the order in which they are required in multiple task sequences.
    1. Neuroscience

    Ultra-Rapid serial visual presentation reveals dynamics of feedforward and feedback processes in the ventral visual pathway

    Yalda Mohsenzadeh et al.
    Reducing visibility with higher image presentation rates increases recurrent processing demands along the visual processing pathway to resolve object recognition.

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