Sennay Ghebreab, PhD

University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
brain, cognition and information processing
"Sennay Ghebreab"
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Groen IIA, Jahfari S, Seijdel N, et al. (2018) Scene complexity modulates degree of feedback activity during object detection in natural scenes. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1006690
Tamboer P, Vorst HC, Ghebreab S, et al. (2016) Machine learning and dyslexia: Classification of individual structural neuro-imaging scans of students with and without dyslexia. Neuroimage. Clinical. 11: 508-14
Ramakrishnan K, Scholte HS, Ghebreab S. (2016) What is unique in computational models of object recognition Journal of Vision. 16: 757-757
Ramakrishnan K, Scholte HS, Smeulders A, et al. (2016) Mapping human visual representations by deep neural networks Journal of Vision. 16: 373-373
Groen II, Ghebreab S, Lamme VA, et al. (2015) The time course of natural scene perception with reduced attention. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00896.2015
Scholte HS, Sligte I, Groen I, et al. (2015) The posterior part of area LO responds to image statistics, the anterior part to categorical differences. Journal of Vision. 15: 767
Ramakrishnan K, Scholte S, Lamme V, et al. (2015) Convolutional Neural Networks in the Brain: an fMRI study. Journal of Vision. 15: 371
Ramakrishnan K, Scholte HS, Groen II, et al. (2014) Visual dictionaries as intermediate features in the human brain. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 8: 168
Groen I, Ghebreab S, Lamme V, et al. (2014) Neural computation of scene gist with and without attention Journal of Vision. 14: 884-884
Groen II, Ghebreab S, Prins H, et al. (2013) From image statistics to scene gist: evoked neural activity reveals transition from low-level natural image structure to scene category. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 18814-24
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