We posted a new preprint on bioRxiv titled "Activity in primate visual cortex is minimally driven by spontaneous movements". In this project, we investigated if spontaneous body movements modulate activity in early visual regions (V1, V2, V3/V3A) of macaque monkeys performing visual tasks and found that neuronal activity in these regions is not driven by … Continue reading New preprint from my postdoc work!
I am Dr. Talluri now!
This is a big moment to me both personally, and professionally. I defended my thesis on 17 March, 2021. Given the current pandemic situation, what would have been a public event in front of family and friends instead moved to a virtual platform. I presented my work on choice-induced biases in decision-making, had some interesting … Continue reading I am Dr. Talluri now!
First pre-print: Choices change the temporal weighting of decision evidence
I posted my first pre-print on bioRxiv: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.06.979690. Here, we followed up on our previous paper in Current Biology, where we showed that human participants show confirmation bias in low-level perceptual decisions by selectively overweighting choice-consistent evidence. In the latest pre-print, we further showed that intermittent choices reduce the sensitivity of subsequent perceptual evidence, compared … Continue reading First pre-print: Choices change the temporal weighting of decision evidence