Meta – Indiana University Team Win Outstanding Paper Award
Craig Sanders and Robert Nosofsky win 2022 Computational Brain & Behavior Outstanding Paper Award.
MATHPSYCH.ORG — Craig Sanders and Robert Nosofsky were presented with the prestigious Society for Mathematical Psychology 2022 Computational Brain & Behavior Outstanding Paper Award on July 25, 2022. This award is given to the paper selected as most outstanding from those published in the journal Computational Brain & Behavior in the prior three years.
Dr Sanders is Research Engineer (Human Perception) at Meta Reality Labs. Dr Nosofsky is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences and in the Program in Cognitive Science at Indiana University.
Sanders, C. A., & Nosofsky, R. M. (2020). Training deep networks to construct a psychological feature space for a natural-object category domain. Computational Brain & Behavior, 3(3), 229-251.
The paper is available online here.
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