Neuron's Eye View: Inferring Features of Complex Stimuli from Neural Responses

4 Dec 2015XinChenJeffrey M BeckJohn M Pearson

Experiments that study neural encoding of stimuli at the level of individual neurons typically choose a small set of features present in the world --- contrast and luminance for vision, pitch and intensity for sound --- and assemble a stimulus set that systematically varies along these dimensions. Subsequent analysis of neural responses to these stimuli typically focuses on regression models, with experimenter-controlled features as predictors and spike counts or firing rates as responses... (read more)

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