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 Birman, D.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2018) A quantitative framework for motion visibility in human cortex **//Journal of Neurophysiology //​**120(4):​1824-1839\\ Birman, D.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2018) A quantitative framework for motion visibility in human cortex **//Journal of Neurophysiology //​**120(4):​1824-1839\\
  
-**__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2019) Optimality and heuristics in perceptual ​neurosceince ​**//Nature Neuroscience //​**22:​514-523\\+**__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2019) Optimality and heuristics in perceptual ​neuroscience ​**//Nature Neuroscience //​**22:​514-523\\
  
 **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, ​ and Liu, T. (2019) Inverted encoding models reconstruct an arbitrary model response, not the stimulus **//eNeuro //​**6:​e0363-18.2019 1-11\\ **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, ​ and Liu, T. (2019) Inverted encoding models reconstruct an arbitrary model response, not the stimulus **//eNeuro //​**6:​e0363-18.2019 1-11\\
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 Riesen, G., Norcia, A.M.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2019) Humans perceive binocular rivalry and fusion in a tristable dynamic state **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**39(43):​8527-8537\\ Riesen, G., Norcia, A.M.,  and **__Gardner,​ J. L.__** (2019) Humans perceive binocular rivalry and fusion in a tristable dynamic state **//The Journal of Neuroscience //​**39(43):​8527-8537\\
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 +Lin W-H, **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, ​ and Wu, S-W (2020) Context effects on probability estimation **//PLoS Biology //​**18:​e3000634\\
 ==== Patents ==== ==== Patents ====
  
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 |//July 4, 2019//​|**//​Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience//​** How to use (and how not to use) inverted encoding models. //Lab session with Tommy Sprague//. Santa Barbara, CA| |//July 4, 2019//​|**//​Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience//​** How to use (and how not to use) inverted encoding models. //Lab session with Tommy Sprague//. Santa Barbara, CA|
 |//Aug 2, 2019//​|**//​Locating Representations in the Brain with Neuroimaging Technologies//​** Gauging brain representation by quantitatively linking to behavior. //Workshop Talk//. Stanford University| |//Aug 2, 2019//​|**//​Locating Representations in the Brain with Neuroimaging Technologies//​** Gauging brain representation by quantitatively linking to behavior. //Workshop Talk//. Stanford University|
-|//Sept 25, 2019//​|**//​Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Seminar//** Optimality and heuristics for human perceptual inference. //Invited Talk//. University ​Meidcal ​Center Hamburg-Eppendorf|+|//Sept 25, 2019//​|**//​Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Seminar//** Optimality and heuristics for human perceptual inference. //Invited Talk//. University ​Medical ​Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
 +|//​Postponed//​|**//​Vision Science Society Annual Meeting//** Using neuroimaging to link cortical activity to human visual perception. //Symposium talk//. St. Pete Beach, FL| 
 +|//​Cancelled//​|**//​Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention//​** Linking cortical activity to human visual perception. //Flexible Mechanisms for Learning, Memory, and Attention, Symposium co-chair and talk//. Chicago, IL| 
 +|//​Postponed//​|**//​Bangalore Cognition Workshop 2020//** Linking cortical activity to human visual perception. //Workshop talk//. Bangalore, India|
 ====== Conference Session Organizing ====== ====== Conference Session Organizing ======
 |//Mar 4, 2008//|What can functional imaging tell us about population coding in sensory systems?: Bridging computation,​ single neurons and imaging, Organizers: **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Huk, A. and Schluppeck, D. **//Cosyne Workshops, //​**Snowbird,​ Utah| |//Mar 4, 2008//|What can functional imaging tell us about population coding in sensory systems?: Bridging computation,​ single neurons and imaging, Organizers: **__Gardner,​ J. L.__**, Huk, A. and Schluppeck, D. **//Cosyne Workshops, //​**Snowbird,​ Utah|
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-//​**Document last updated: ​November 192019**//+//​**Document last updated: ​April 182020**//
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