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What is a representative brain? Neuroscience meets population science

The last decades of neuroscience research have produced immense progress in the methods available to understand brain structure and function. Social, cognitive, clinical, affective, economic, communication, and developmental neurosciences have begun to map the relationships between neuro-psychological processes and behavioral … Continue reading

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Is population activity more than the sum of its parts?

A study introduces innovative ways to test whether neural population activity exhibits structure above and beyond that of its basic components. Suppose a fancy new analysis method reveals an (apparently) surprising form of population-level organization in your large-scale neural data … Continue reading

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Science et opinion : une relation au regard de l’histoire

La science aurait-elle l’opinion qu’elle mérite ? Y aurait-il deux mondes, celui des experts et des savants, et celui du commun des mortels. L’histoire longue de la confrontation entre la science et le public est une leçon éclairante sur les … Continue reading

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What is a representative brain? Neuroscience meets population science

The last decades of neuroscience research have produced immense progress in the methods available to understand brain structure and function. Social, cognitive, clinical, affective, economic, communication, and developmental neurosciences have begun to map the relationships between neuro-psychological processes and behavioral … Continue reading

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