THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Now published: Capacity for movement is an organisational principle in object representations
We fly to Brisbane for ABPS2022
New pre-print: Capacity for movement is an organisational principle in object representation
New publication: Overfitting the Literature to One Set of Stimuli and Data
New pre-print: Human EEG recordings for 1,854 rapidly-presented concepts
New publication: The neural dynamics underlying prioritisation of task-relevant information
New publication: Overlapping neural representations for the position of visible and imagined objects
Tom and Celeste receive University Medals
New preprint: how does attention modulate neural representations over time?
New preprint: how do we predict what and where objects are?
How do we collect data while stuck at home?
The Brainy Bunch
Now you see it, now you don't
It's an Honours to meet you!
New paper from Chris modelling visual consciousness
Double up: 128-channel EEG upgrade!
Amanda receives a DECRA!
New grant: Discovery Project
Mental imagery paper featured in Vision
New Neuroimage paper: untangling visual and conceptual representations
Lab treks to Newcastle for OHBM Oz
Sophia publishes her first paper
Tijl takes home ACNS Emerging Researcher Award!
New Neuroimage paper: image presentation rates affect neural representations
New paper published in NeuroImage: rapid and ultra rapid decoding
New pre-prints: how is colour represented in the brain?
Pre-print published to BioRxiv: the influence of masking in object representations
Lina finishes her PhD!
Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference 2018
Seed funding for research
New paper on BioRXiv!
First class honours for Sophia Shatek
New funding for research
New paper in Neuroimage!