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Agnessa Karapetian
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Resolving the time course of visual and auditory object categorization
P Iamshchinina, A Karapetian, D Kaiser, RM Cichy
Journal of Neurophysiology 127 (6), 1622-1628, 2022
42022
Empirically Identifying and Computationally Modeling the Brain–Behavior Relationship for Human Scene Categorization
A Karapetian, A Boyanova, M Pandaram, K Obermayer, TC Kietzmann, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 35 (11), 1879-1897, 2023
12023
The link between visual representations and behavior in human scene perception
JJD Singer, A Karapetian, MN Hebart, RM Cichy
bioRxiv, 2023.08. 17.553708, 2023
12023
Revealing the locus and content of behaviorally relevant information about real-world scenes in human visual cortex
J Singer, A Karapetian, M Hebart, R Cichy
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 4712-4712, 2023
2023
Scene representations underlying categorization behaviour emerge 100 to 200 ms after stimulus onset
A Karapetian, A Boyanova, M Pandaram, K Obermayer, TC Kietzmann, ...
Journal of Vision 23 (9), 4689-4689, 2023
2023
Empirically identifying and computationally modelling the brain-behaviour relationship for human scene categorization
A Karapetian, A Boyanova, M Pandaram, K Obermayer, TC Kietzmann, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.01. 22.525084, 2023
2023
Scene representations and categorization reaction times correlate in a time-window between 100 and 200 ms
A Karapetian, A Boyanova, M Pandaram, K Obermayer, T Kietzmann, ...
PERCEPTION, 2022
2022
Neural Dynamics of Categorical Information in Visual and Auditory Signals
P Iamshchinina, A Karapetian, D Kaiser, RM Cichy
PERCEPTION 48, 118-119, 2019
2019
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