Modality-independent representations of scene categories in the brain

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Description: In this project, we investigated how scene category information is represented in the brain beyond particular sensory modalities. To address this question, we used images and sounds from different scene categories and found that the prefrontal cortex computes a similar neural code for visual and auditory scene categories.

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Link to the the preprint: https://doi.org/10.1101/142562

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