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    Over my fake body: body ownership illusions for studying the multisensory basis of own-body perception.Konstantina Kilteni, Antonella Maselli, Konrad P. Kording & Mel Slater - 2015 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
  2. Bayesian decision theory in sensorimotor control.Konrad P. Körding & Daniel M. Wolpert - 2006 - Trends in Cognitive Sciences 10 (7):319-326.
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    Quantifying the role of neurons for behavior is a mediation question.Ilenna Simone Jones & Konrad Paul Kording - 2019 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42.
    Many systems neuroscientists want to understand neurons in terms of mediation; we want to understand how neurons are involved in the causal chain from stimulus to behavior. Unfortunately, most tools are inappropriate for that while our language takes mediation for granted. Here we discuss the contrast between our conceptual drive toward mediation and the difficulty of obtaining meaningful evidence.
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    Deep neural networks are not a single hypothesis but a language for expressing computational hypotheses.Tal Golan, JohnMark Taylor, Heiko Schütt, Benjamin Peters, Rowan P. Sommers, Katja Seeliger, Adrien Doerig, Paul Linton, Talia Konkle, Marcel van Gerven, Konrad Kording, Blake Richards, Tim C. Kietzmann, Grace W. Lindsay & Nikolaus Kriegeskorte - 2023 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 46:e392.
    An ideal vision model accounts for behavior and neurophysiology in both naturalistic conditions and designed lab experiments. Unlike psychological theories, artificial neural networks (ANNs) actually perform visual tasks and generate testable predictions for arbitrary inputs. These advantages enable ANNs to engage the entire spectrum of the evidence. Failures of particular models drive progress in a vibrant ANN research program of human vision.
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    From Puzzle to Progress: How Engaging With Neurodiversity Can Improve Cognitive Science.Marie A. R. Manalili, Amy Pearson, Justin Sulik, Louise Creechan, Mahmoud Elsherif, Inika Murkumbi, Flavio Azevedo, Kathryn L. Bonnen, Judy S. Kim, Konrad Kording, Julie J. Lee, Manifold Obscura, Steven K. Kapp, Jan P. Röer & Talia Morstead - 2023 - Cognitive Science 47 (2):e13255.
    In cognitive science, there is a tacit norm that phenomena such as cultural variation or synaesthesia are worthy examples of cognitive diversity that contribute to a better understanding of cognition, but that other forms of cognitive diversity (e.g., autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder/ADHD, and dyslexia) are primarily interesting only as examples of deficit, dysfunction, or impairment. This status quo is dehumanizing and holds back much-needed research. In contrast, the neurodiversity paradigm argues that such experiences are not necessarily deficits but rather (...)
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    Although optimal models are useful, optimality claims are not that common.Claire Chambers & Konrad Paul Kording - 2018 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41.
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    Exploration and Exploitation During Sequential Search.Gregory Dam & Konrad Körding - 2009 - Cognitive Science 33 (3):530-541.
    When we learn how to throw darts we adjust how we throw based on where the darts stick. Much of skill learning is computationally similar in that we learn using feedback obtained after the completion of individual actions. We can formalize such tasks as a search problem; among the set of all possible actions, find the action that leads to the highest reward. In such cases our actions have two objectives: we want to best utilize what we already know (exploitation), (...)
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    Understand the cogs to understand cognition.Adam H. Marblestone, Greg Wayne & Konrad P. Kording - 2017 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40.
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