Corey M Ziemba
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A functional and perceptual signature of the second visual area in primates
J Freeman*, CM Ziemba*, DJ Heeger, EP Simoncelli, JA Movshon
Nature neuroscience 16 (7), 974-981, 2013
Selectivity and tolerance for visual texture in macaque V2
CM Ziemba*, J Freeman*, JA Movshon, EP Simoncelli
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (22), E3140-E3149, 2016
Population representation of visual information in areas V1 and V2 of amblyopic macaques
C Shooner, LE Hallum, RD Kumbhani, CM Ziemba, V Garcia-Marin, ...
Vision Research 114, 56-67, 2015
Dissociation of choice formation and choice-correlated activity in macaque visual cortex
RLT Goris*, CM Ziemba*, GM Stine, EP Simoncelli, JA Movshon
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (20), 5195-5203, 2017
Representation of visual uncertainty through neural gain variability
OJ Hénaff, ZM Boundy-Singer, K Meding, CM Ziemba, RLT Goris
Nature communications 11 (1), 2513, 2020
Confidence reflects a noisy decision reliability estimate
ZM Boundy-Singer*, CM Ziemba*, RLT Goris
Nature Human Behaviour 7 (1), 142-154, 2023
Contextual modulation of sensitivity to naturalistic image structure in macaque V2
CM Ziemba, J Freeman, EP Simoncelli, JA Movshon
Journal of Neurophysiology 120 (2), 409-420, 2018
Laminar differences in responses to naturalistic texture in macaque V1 and V2
CM Ziemba*, RK Perez*, J Pai*, JG Kelly, LE Hallum, C Shooner, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (49), 9748-9756, 2019
Opposing effects of selectivity and invariance in peripheral vision
CM Ziemba, EP Simoncelli
Nature communications 12 (1), 4597, 2021
Slow gain fluctuations limit benefits of temporal integration in visual cortex
RLT Goris, CM Ziemba, JA Movshon, EP Simoncelli
Journal of Vision 18 (8), 8-8, 2018
Representing “stuff” in visual cortex
CM Ziemba, J Freeman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (4), 942-943, 2015
Unwrapping the ventral stream
J Freeman, CM Ziemba
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (7), 2349-2351, 2011
Neural representation and perception of naturalistic image structure
CM Ziemba
Doctoral thesis. Center for Neural Science, New York University, 2016
Selectivity of contextual modulation in macaque V1 and V2
CM Ziemba, TD Oleskiw, RK Perez, EP Simoncelli, JA Movshon
Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2017
Functionally partitioning the ventral stream with controlled natural stimuli
J Freeman, CM Ziemba, EP Simoncelli, JA Movshon
Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 2013
Selectivity and invariance are greater in macaque V2 than V1
CM Ziemba, J Freeman, JA Movshon, EP Simoncelli
Cosyne Abstracts, 2012
Perceptual and neural deficits in processing naturalistic image structure in amblyopia
L Kiorpes, A Voyles, CM Ziemba, JA Movshon
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 565-565, 2016
Characterizing receptive field selectivity in area V2
CM Ziemba, RLT Goris, JA Movshon, EP Simoncelli
Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision (MODVIS) Abstracts, 2015
Carving up the ventral stream with controlled naturalistic stimuli
J Freeman, CM Ziemba, JA Movshon, EP Simoncelli, DJ Heeger
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 1475-1475, 2014
Using brain-score to evaluate and build neural networks for brain-like object recognition
M Schrimpf, J Kubilius, H Hong, NJ Majaj, R Rajalingham, CM Ziemba, ...
Cosyne Abstracts, 2019
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