Gary F. Marcus

Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
language, music cognition
"Gary Marcus"
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Eric E J DeWitt grad student 2004-2005 NYU (Neurotree)
Keith Fernandes grad student 2008 NYU (Neurotree)
Hugh Rabagliati grad student 2010 NYU (Neurotree)
Cristina Rabaglia grad student 2012 NYU (Neurotree)
Amanda Pogue research scientist 2009-2010 NYU
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Schonberg C, Marcus GF, Johnson SP. (2018) The roles of item repetition and position in infants' abstract rule learning. Infant Behavior & Development
Lipkind D, Zai AT, Hanuschkin A, et al. (2017) Songbirds work around computational complexity by learning song vocabulary independently of sequence. Nature Communications. 8: 1247
Davis E, Marcus G, Frazier-Logue N. (2017) Commonsense reasoning about containers using radically incomplete information Artificial Intelligence. 248: 46-84
Paritosh P, Marcus G. (2016) Toward a Comprehension Challenge, Using Crowdsourcing as a Tool Ai Magazine. 37: 23-30
Farbood MM, Heeger DJ, Marcus G, et al. (2015) The neural processing of hierarchical structure in music and speech at different timescales. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 9: 157
Farbood MM, Rowland J, Marcus G, et al. (2015) Decoding time for the identification of musical key. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 28-35
Marcus G, Marblestone A, Dean T. (2014) Neuroscience. The atoms of neural computation. Science (New York, N.Y.). 346: 551-2
Tchernichovski O, Marcus G. (2014) Vocal learning beyond imitation: mechanisms of adaptive vocal development in songbirds and human infants. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 28: 42-7
Marcus GF, Davis E. (2013) How robust are probabilistic models of higher-level cognition? Psychological Science. 24: 2351-60
Lipkind D, Marcus GF, Bemis DK, et al. (2013) Stepwise acquisition of vocal combinatorial capacity in songbirds and human infants. Nature. 498: 104-8
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