Tal Yarkoni

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Tal Yarkoni
Affiliation: Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin
Department of Psychology, University of Colorado at Boulder
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Location: United States of America
Position: Research Associate
Interest(s): Cognitive neuroscience
Psychoinformatics
Personality and individual differences
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Link(s): http://talyarkoni.com/
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Tal Yarkoni is a Research Associate at the Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin He was a Research Associate at the Department of Psychology, University of Colorado at Boulder.

He has developed the NeuroSynth neuroinformatics database.

[edit] Papers

  1. BOLD correlates of trial-by-trial reaction time variability in gray and white matter: a multi-study fMRI analysis
  2. Cognitive neuroscience 2.0: building a cumulative science of human brain function
  3. Designing next-generation platforms for evaluating scientific output: what scientists can learn from the social web
  4. Large-scale automated synthesis of human functional neuroimaging data
  5. Moving beyond Coltheart's N: a new measure of orthographic similarity
  6. Neural substrates of narrative comprehension and memory
  7. Personality in 100,000 Words: a large-scale analysis of personality and word use among bloggers
  8. Pictures of a thousand words: investigating the neural mechanisms of reading with extremely rapid event-related fMRI
  9. Prefrontal brain activity predicts temporally extended decision-making behavior
  10. Psychoinformatics: new horizons at the interface of the psychological and computing sciences
  11. Sustained neural activity associated with cognitive control during temporally extended decision making
  12. The abbreviation of personality, or how to measure 200 personality scales with 200 items

[edit] As co-author

  1. Discovering relations between mind, brain, and mental disorders using topic mapping
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