Publications



Peer reviewed Journals


"Regularized Brain Reading with Shrinkage and Smoothing"
Leila Wehbe, Aaditya Ramdas, Rebecca C. Steorts, Cosma Rohilla Shalizi
Annals of Applied Statistics, in press.
arXiv

"Simultaneously uncovering the patterns of brain regions involved in
different story reading subprocesses"

Leila Wehbe, Brian Murphy, Partha Talukdar, Alona Fyshe, Aaditya Ramdas, Tom Mitchell
PLOS ONE, 2014.
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"Tracking neural coding of perceptual and semantic features of concrete nouns"
Gustavo Sudre, Dean Pomerleau, Mark Palatucci, Leila Wehbe, Alona Fyshe, Riitta Salmelin and Tom Mitchell
NeuroImage, 2012.
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Peer reviewed Conferences


"Nonparametric Independence Testing for Small Sample Sizes"
Leila Wehbe*, Aaditya Ramdas* (equal contribution)
Proceedings of the 2015 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI, oral presentation).
arXiv

"A Compositional and Interpretable Semantic Space"
Alona Fyshe, Leila Wehbe, Partha Talukdar, Brian Murphy and Tom Mitchell
Proceedings of the 2015 Conference of the North American Chapter of the ACL, chosen for oral presentation (NAACL 2015).


"Aligning context-based statistical models of language with
brain activity during reading"

Leila Wehbe, Ashish Vaswani, Kevin Knight, Tom Mitchell
Proceedings of the 2014 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP, long paper).
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refereed conferences and workshops


"The dynamics of information integration in the brain during story reading"
Leila Wehbe, Ashish Vaswani, Kevin Knight, Tom Mitchell
Society for the Neurobiology of Language 2014.


"Tracking story reading in the brain"
Leila Wehbe, Partha Talukdar, Brian Murphy, Alona Fyshe, Gustavo Sudre, Tom Mitchell
NIPS 2012 Workshop in Machine Learning and Interpretation in NeuroImaging, chosen for oral presentation.


other


"Decomposing neural activity into contributions from distinct tasks"
Leila Wehbe, Tom Mitchell
Society for Neuroscience meeting, 2011.