Semantic Representation in the Human Brain

How are distinct action and object categories represented in the human brain? Alexander Huth, Jack Gallant, and colleagues examined the representation of 1,705 object and action categories in the human brain and discovered that semantic selectivity is organized into smooth gradients covering much of visual and nonvisual cortex. For more information, see Huth et al., Neuron 76/6.

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