Measuring brain activity and behavior

We develop interactive visual tasks that enable us to carve up visual cognition into measurable components. Tasks should lend themselves to experiments with humans, monkeys, and computational models. In humans, we perform psychophysical experiments, functional MRI, and magnetoencephalography. We also acquire and analyze neuronal array recordings in nonhuman primates. This data enables us to adjudicate among neural network models that implement candidate brain-computational theories.