Subjective preference and its effect on the reliability of cortical activity during movie viewing @LLL67

Neurocinematics

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12 Responses to Subjective preference and its effect on the reliability of cortical activity during movie viewing @LLL67

  1. rex jung says:

    i am excited that fMRI is being used in such a naturalistic way to elicit group preferences. very interesting application of the technology.

  2. Nice application of stimuli and analysis. Would be interesting to see what networks the identified areas are involved with and what functional conclusions you draw from that.

  3. Anonymous says:

    LIKE!

  4. Anonymous says:

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  5. Anonymous says:

    This is great. Nice poster!

  6. Luke says:

    Fascinating work! I look forward to seeing how it progresses.

  7. Eli says:

    beautiful poster, but i do not like spots on brains with black backgrounds

  8. Romesh says:

    Very interesting poster and will be very influential for those studying neurocinematics. I look forward to seeing followup research.

  9. Ryan shewcraft says:

    Nice work! I look forward to seeing the follow up behavioral analysis to see if the data correlates with the time course of subjective interest

  10. Trent says:

    Genius!

  11. Michael says:

    I like this poster!

  12. Pascal says:

    Success. Sorry for the captcha, but the spammers force my hand.
    Posted at 6:18 pm EST.

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