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I work on scientific software development and MRI support as part of the CBU Methods group. I am particularly interested in developing software for reproducible, open, and massively distributed science, as well as analysis methods for multivariate pattern decoding and eye tracking.
I combine this methods work with basic research into visual recognition, attention, and decision-making.
CARLIN, J. D. (2015) Decoding Face Exemplars from fMRI Responses: What Works, What Doesn’t? , Journal of Neuroscience, 35(25), 9252–9254 [Read More]
VINCENTE-GRABOVESTSKY, A., CARLIN, J. D., CUSACK, R. (2014) Strength of Retinotopic Representation of Visual Memories is Modulated by Strategy, Cerebral Cortex, 24(2), 281-292 [Read More]
ZHANG, J., KRIEGESKORTE, CARLIN, J. M, ROWE, J. (2013) Choosing the rules: distinct and overlapping frontoparietal representations of task rules for perceptual decisions, Journal of Neuroscience, 33(29), 11852-11862 [Open Access]
CARLIN, J. D., CALDER, A.J. (2013) The neural basis of eye gaze processing, Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 23(3), 450-455 [Open Access]
CARLIN, J. D. (2012) Pattern codes for perceived gaze direction revealed by functional MRI, Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge [Open Access]
CARLIN, J. D., ROWE, J. B., KRIEGESKORTE, N., THOMPSON, R., & CALDER, A. J. (2012) Direction-Sensitive Codes for Observed Head Turns in Human Superior Temporal Sulcus, Cerebral Cortex, 22(4), 735-744 [Open Access]
CARLIN, J. D., CALDER, A. J., KRIEGESKORTE, N., NILI, H., & ROWE, J. B. (2011) A head view-invariant representation of gaze direction in anterior superior temporal sulcus, Current Biology, 21(12), 1817-1821 [Open Access]
CARLIN, J. D., CALDER, A. J., KRIEGESKORTE, N., NILI, H., & ROWE, J. B. (2011) Gaze Direction Representations in Human Superior Temporal Sulcus are Invariant to Head View, Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Florida, USA, May, 2011 [Read More]
CARLIN, J. D., CALDER, A. J., KRIEGESKORTE, N. & ROWE, J. B. (2010) Superior temporal sulcus extracts perceived gaze direction from combinations of head orientation and eye position, Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting 2010, 834 [Read More]
CARLIN, J. D., THOMPSON, R., KRIEGESKORTE, N., ROWE, J. & CALDER, A.J. (2010) Response patterns in Human Superior Temporal Sulcus discriminate the direction of observed head turns, Annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 2010 [Read More]
Göbel, S.M., CARLIN, J. D. & Paul, I. (2009) An MEG study of symbolic number comparison, Sixteenth Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, D23 [Read More]