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Natalia Bilenko
Natalia Bilenko
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The “parahippocampal place area” responds preferentially to high spatial frequencies in humans and monkeys
R Rajimehr, KJ Devaney, NY Bilenko, JC Young, RBH Tootell
PLoS biology 9 (4), e1000608, 2011
1832011
Decoding the semantic content of natural movies from human brain activity
AG Huth, T Lee, S Nishimoto, NY Bilenko, AT Vu, JL Gallant
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 10, 81, 2016
1422016
The role of the left inferior frontal gyrus in implicit semantic competition and selection: An event-related fMRI study
CM Grindrod, NY Bilenko, EB Myers, SE Blumstein
Brain research 1229, 167-178, 2008
842008
Pyrcca: regularized kernel canonical correlation analysis in python and its applications to neuroimaging
NY Bilenko, JL Gallant
Frontiers in neuroinformatics 10, 49, 2016
792016
Neural correlates of semantic competition during processing of ambiguous words
NY Bilenko, CM Grindrod, EB Myers, SE Blumstein
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21 (5), 960-975, 2008
692008
Visual and linguistic semantic representations are aligned at the border of human visual cortex
SF Popham, AG Huth, NY Bilenko, F Deniz, JS Gao, AO Nunez-Elizalde, ...
Nature neuroscience 24 (11), 1628-1636, 2021
392021
Retinotopy versus face selectivity in macaque visual cortex
R Rajimehr, NY Bilenko, W Vanduffel, RBH Tootell
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (12), 2691-2700, 2014
312014
Eye movement-invariant representations in the human visual system
S Nishimoto, AG Huth, NY Bilenko, JL Gallant
Journal of vision 17 (1), 11-11, 2017
162017
The narrative explorer
N Bilenko
Master’s thesis, EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley, 2016
42016
Visualization of Narrative Structure
N Bilenko, A Miyakawa
32014
How much tuning information is lost when we average across subjects in fMRI experiments?
NY Bilenko, AT Vu, T Naselaris, AG Huth, JL Gallant
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 917-917, 2010
22010
Human visual areas invariant to eye movements during natural vision
S Nishimoto, A Huth, N Bilenko, J Gallant
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 1061-1061, 2013
12013
The visual cortical ‘word form area’is selective for high spatial frequencies in humans but not monkeys
NY Bilenko, R Rajimehr, JC Young, RBH Tootell
Journal of Vision 8 (6), 626-626, 2008
12008
Eye movement-invariant representations in the human
S Nishimoto, AG Huth, NY Bilenko, JL Gallant
2017
Modeling of Natural Stimulus Representation in the Human Brain Using Canonical Correlation Analysis
NY Bilenko
University of California, Berkeley, 2016
2016
The ‘‘Parahippocampal Place Area’’Responds Preferentially to High Spatial
R Rajimehr, KJ Devaney, NY Bilenko, JC Young, RBH Tootell
2011
Deep Multi-View Representation Learning of Brain Responses to Natural Stimuli
SL Wehbe
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