Nicole C. Rust

Psychology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Visual Cortex
"Nicole Rust"
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J Anthony Movshon grad student 1999-2004 NYU
 (Signal transmission, feature representation and computation in areas V1 and MT of the macaque monkey.)
Eero P. Simoncelli post-doc 2004- NYU
James J. DiCarlo post-doc 2006- MIT


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Margot P. Wohl research assistant 2009-2012 Penn
Noam Roth grad student 2011- Penn
Marino Pagan grad student 2009-2014 Penn
Alexandra Smolyanskaya post-doc 2013- Penn
Vahid Mehrpour post-doc 2018- Penn
Travis Meyer research scientist 2016- Penn
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Roth N, Rust NC. (2018) Rethinking assumptions about how trial and nuisance variability impact neural task performance in a fast processing regime. Journal of Neurophysiology
Roth N, Rust NC. (2018) Inferotemporal cortex multiplexes behaviorally-relevant target match signals and visual representations in a manner that minimizes their interference. Plos One. 13: e0200528
Meyer T, Rust N. (2018) Single-exposure visual memory judgments are reflected in inferotemporal cortex. Elife. 7
Pagan M, Simoncelli EP, Rust NC. (2016) Neural Quadratic Discriminant Analysis: Nonlinear Decoding with V1-Like Computation. Neural Computation. 1-29
Pagan M, Rust NC. (2014) Dynamic target match signals in perirhinal cortex can be explained by instantaneous computations that act on dynamic input from inferotemporal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 11067-84
Pagan M, Rust NC. (2014) Quantifying the signals contained in heterogeneous neural responses and determining their relationships with task performance. Journal of Neurophysiology. 112: 1584-98
Pagan M, Urban LS, Wohl MP, et al. (2013) Signals in inferotemporal and perirhinal cortex suggest an untangling of visual target information. Nature Neuroscience. 16: 1132-9
Rust NC, DiCarlo JJ. (2012) Balanced increases in selectivity and tolerance produce constant sparseness along the ventral visual stream. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 10170-82
DiCarlo JJ, Zoccolan D, Rust NC. (2012) How does the brain solve visual object recognition? Neuron. 73: 415-34
Hedges JH, Gartshteyn Y, Kohn A, et al. (2011) Dissociation of neuronal and psychophysical responses to local and global motion. Current Biology : Cb. 21: 2023-8
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