J. Brendan Ritchie
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Decoding the brain: Neural representation and the limits of multivariate pattern analysis in cognitive neuroscience
JB Ritchie, DM Kaplan, C Klein
The British journal for the philosophy of science 70 (2), 581-607, 2019
Reaction time for object categorization is predicted by representational distance
TA Carlson, JB Ritchie, N Kriegeskorte, S Durvasula, J Ma
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (1), 132-142, 2014
Emerging object representations in the visual system predict reaction times for categorization
JB Ritchie, DA Tovar, TA Carlson
PLoS computational biology 11 (6), e1004316, 2015
The emergence of metacognition: Affect and uncertainty in animals
P Carruthers, JB Ritchie
Foundations of metacognition, 76-93, 2012
On the partnership between neural representations of object categories and visual features in the ventral visual pathway
S Bracci, JB Ritchie, H Op de Beeck
Neuropsychologia 105, 153-164, 2017
The ventral visual pathway represents animal appearance over animacy, unlike human behavior and deep neural networks
S Bracci, JB Ritchie, I Kalfas, HP Op de Beeck
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (33), 6513-6525, 2019
Factors determining where category-selective areas emerge in visual cortex
HP Op de Beeck, I Pillet, JB Ritchie
Trends in cognitive sciences 23 (9), 784-797, 2019
Ghosts in machine learning for cognitive neuroscience: Moving from data to theory
T Carlson, E Goddard, DM Kaplan, C Klein, JB Ritchie
NeuroImage 180, 88-100, 2018
Avoiding illusory effects in representational similarity analysis: What (not) to do with the diagonal
JB Ritchie, S Bracci, H Op de Beeck
NeuroImage 148, 197-200, 2017
Neural decoding and “inner” psychophysics: A distance-to-bound approach for linking mind, brain, and behavior
JB Ritchie, TA Carlson
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 190, 2016
Orthogonal representations of object shape and category in deep convolutional neural networks and human visual cortex
AA Zeman, JB Ritchie, S Bracci, H Op de Beeck
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
The bodily senses
JB Ritchie, P Carruthers
The Oxford handbook of philosophy of perception, 353-370, 2015
Untangling the animacy organization of occipitotemporal cortex
JB Ritchie, AA Zeman, J Bosmans, S Sun, K Verhaegen, HP Op de Beeck
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (33), 7103-7119, 2021
The evolution of self-knowledge
P Carruthers, L Fletcher, JB Ritchie
Philosophical Topics, 13-37, 2012
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, is that even my hand at all? Changes in the afterimage of one's reflection in a mirror in response to bodily movement
JB Ritchie, T Carlson
Neuropsychologia 48 (5), 1495-1500, 2010
Asymmetric compression of representational space for object animacy categorization under degraded viewing conditions
T Grootswagers, JB Ritchie, SG Wardle, A Heathcote, TA Carlson
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29 (12), 1995-2010, 2017
Computational implementation
JB Ritchie, G Piccinini
The Routledge handbook of the computational mind, 192-204, 2018
Edge-related activity is not necessary to explain orientation decoding in human visual cortex
SG Wardle, JB Ritchie, K Seymour, TA Carlson
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (5), 1187-1196, 2017
Using neural distance to predict reaction time for categorizing the animacy, shape, and abstract properties of objects
JB Ritchie, H Op de Beeck
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
The content of Marr’s information-processing framework
JB Ritchie
Philosophical Psychology 32 (7), 1078-1099, 2019
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