Martin N. Hebart, Ph.D.

2019- Cognitive Neuroscience Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Sachsen, Germany 
Cognitive Neuroscience
"Martin Hebart"
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Teichmann L, Hebart MN, Baker CI. (2023) Multidimensional object properties are dynamically represented in the human brain. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Kramer MA, Hebart MN, Baker CI, et al. (2023) The features underlying the memorability of objects. Science Advances. 9: eadd2981
Hebart MN, Contier O, Teichmann L, et al. (2023) THINGS-data, a multimodal collection of large-scale datasets for investigating object representations in human brain and behavior. Elife. 12
Singer JJD, Cichy RM, Hebart MN. (2022) The Spatiotemporal Neural Dynamics of Object Recognition for Natural Images and Line Drawings. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 43: 484-500
Grootswagers T, Zhou I, Robinson AK, et al. (2022) Human EEG recordings for 1,854 concepts presented in rapid serial visual presentation streams. Scientific Data. 9: 3
Hebart MN, Zheng CY, Pereira F, et al. (2020) Revealing the multidimensional mental representations of natural objects underlying human similarity judgements. Nature Human Behaviour
Hebart MN, Dickter AH, Kidder A, et al. (2019) THINGS: A database of 1,854 object concepts and more than 26,000 naturalistic object images. Plos One. 14: e0223792
Hebart MN, Zheng CY, Pereira F, et al. (2019) Revealing the behaviorally-relevant dimensions underlying mental representations of objects Journal of Vision. 19: 170b
Bankson BB, Hebart MN, Groen IIA, et al. (2018) The temporal evolution of conceptual object representations revealed through models of behavior, semantics and deep neural networks. Neuroimage
Hebart MN, Bankson BB, Harel A, et al. (2018) The representational dynamics of task and object processing in humans. Elife. 7
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