Dustin Stansbury
Dustin Stansbury
Graduate Student Researcher, UC Berkeley
Verified email at berkeley.edu
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A voxel-wise encoding model for early visual areas decodes mental images of remembered scenes
T Naselaris, CA Olman, DE Stansbury, K Ugurbil, JL Gallant
Neuroimage 105, 215-228, 2015
1962015
Natural scene statistics account for the representation of scene categories in human visual cortex
DE Stansbury, T Naselaris, JL Gallant
Neuron 79 (5), 1025-1034, 2013
1542013
Pixels to voxels: modeling visual representation in the human brain
P Agrawal, D Stansbury, J Malik, JL Gallant
arXiv preprint arXiv:1407.5104, 2014
892014
Fourier power, subjective distance, and object categories all provide plausible models of BOLD responses in scene-selective visual areas
MD Lescroart, DE Stansbury, JL Gallant
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 9, 135, 2015
762015
Cortical representation of animate and inanimate objects in complex natural scenes
T Naselaris, DE Stansbury, JL Gallant
Journal of Physiology-Paris 106 (5-6), 239-249, 2012
672012
Modeling neural representation using statistical features of natural scenes
DE Stansbury
University of California, Berkeley, 2014
32014
Bayesian reconstruction of perceptual experiences from human brain activity
J Gallant, T Naselaris, R Prenger, K Kay, D Stansbury, M Oliver, A Vu, ...
International Conference on Foundations of Augmented Cognition, 390-393, 2009
32009
Using voxel-wise encoding models to study occipito-temporal representations of the animacy, semantic and affective content of natural images.
S Abdel-Ghaffar, J Gallant, A Huth, D Stansbury, A Cowen, S Bishop
Journal of vision 15 (12), 508-508, 2015
12015
A Statistical Modeling Framework for Investigating Visual Scene Processing in the Human Brain
DE Stansbury, JL Gallant
Scene Vision: Making Sense of What We See, 225, 2014
2014
Visual cortex represents the statistical distributions of objects in natural scenes
D Stansbury, T Naselaris, A Vu, J Gallant
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 1260-1260, 2010
2010
Convolutional Neural Networks Mimic the Hierarchy of Visual Representations in the Human Brain
P Agrawal, D Stansbury, J Malik, J Gallant
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