Fabian A. Soto, Ph.D.

2015- Psychology FIU 
Visual categorization and object recognition, causal and predictive learning, stimulus generalization, computational cognitive neuroscience.
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Soto FA, Vogel EH, Uribe-Bahamonde YE, et al. (2023) Why is the Rescorla-Wagner model so influential? Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 107794
Perez OD, Vogel EH, Narasiwodeyar S, et al. (2022) Subsampling of cues in associative learning. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 29: 160-170
Soto FA, Escobar K, Salan J. (2020) Adaptation aftereffects reveal how categorization training changes the encoding of face identity. Journal of Vision. 20: 18
Hays J, Wong C, Soto FA. (2020) FaReT: A free and open-source toolkit of three-dimensional models and software to study face perception. Behavior Research Methods
Perez OD, Soto FA. (2020) Author accepted manuscript: Evidence for a dissociation between causal beliefs and instrumental actions. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021819899808
Soto FA. (2019) Beyond the "Conceptual Nervous System": Can computational cognitive neuroscience transform learning theory? Behavioural Processes. 167: 103908
Soto FA. (2019) Categorization training changes the visual representation of face identity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 81: 1220-1227
Soto FA, Ashby FG. (2019) Novel representations that support rule-based categorization are acquired on-the-fly during category learning. Psychological Research. 83: 544-566
Soto FA. (2019) Linking general recognition theory and classification images to study invariance and configurality of visual representations Journal of Vision. 19
Soto FA, Vucovich LE, Ashby FG. (2018) Linking signal detection theory and encoding models to reveal independent neural representations from neuroimaging data. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1006470
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