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Challenges for cognitive decoding using deep learning methods

@article{Thomas2021ChallengesFC,
  title={Challenges for cognitive decoding using deep learning methods},
  author={Armin W. Thomas and Christopher R{\'e} and Russell A. Poldrack},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.06896}
}
In cognitive decoding, researchers aim to characterize a brain region's representations by identifying the cognitive states (e.g., accepting/rejecting a gamble) that can be identified from the region's activity. Deep learning (DL) methods are highly promising for cognitive decoding, with their unmatched ability to learn versatile representations of complex data. Yet, their widespread application in cognitive decoding is hindered by their general lack of interpretability as well as difficulties… 

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