Michael Tarr

Michael Tarr

Michael J. Tarr is Cowan Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, Co-Director, Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, Professor of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. Current research interests focus on the compositional feature code used to represent objects in human IT, on the origins of category-selective responses in human IT, and on interactions between the ventral visual stream and other processing systems (e.g., affective, dorsal, or semantic). Specific methods in use or under development include real-time, adaptive fMRI, high-density fiber tracking based on DSI, and aligned MEG/fMRI. Lab link: http://www.tarrlab.org

OPAM Keynote Address 2012: Twenty years in twenty slides, a brief history of vision

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