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PALS Methods - TMS with Professor Joe Devlin
Find out about the method of transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, that Professor Joe Devlin uses here in the Department of Experimental Psychology.
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"Measures of Neural Similarity" 🧠 - new paper @CompBrainBeh by @seb_bobadilla, @ProfData et al. uses decoding approach to determine what makes two brain states similar. Neural similarity measures were common across brain regions but differed across tasks.https://t.co/Yi5uHvaiO8 pic.twitter.com/y3zJ7Rrtkl— UCL Experimental Psychology (@EP_UCL) December 5, 2019