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Greebles in 3D: Depth sensitivity is altered by classification training involving novel objects26
The pontine-driven somatic gaze tract contributes to affective processing in humans45
The effects of context on face lightness perception45
The human posterior cingulate and the stress-response benefits of viewing green urban landscapes94
The neural correlates of sensory eye dominance as revealed by visual white matter tract properties25
Color contrast adaptation: fMRI fails to predict behavioral adaptation25
Microstructural brain changes associated with neurocognitive and functional outcomes of intracranial germ cell tumor (GCT) survivors – a diffusional kurtosis imaging study39
Neural correlates of contextually modulated depth perception16
Color responses and their adaptation in human superior colliculus and lateral geniculate nucleus66
Characterizing global and local mechanisms in biological motion perception43
Human depth sensitivity is affected by object plausibility66
Spatiotemporal characteristics of cortical responses to biological motion15
Dissociating global and local biological motion processing in the human brain74
Acceleration carries the local inversion effect in biological motion perception56
Shape-Independent Processing of Biological Motion121
Bounce or stream? Motion dynamics modulate the audiovisual bounce inducing effect13
Subcortical and cortical responses to local biological motion as revealed by fMRI and MEG133
Positive affect is inversely related to the salience and emotion network’s connectivity36
Perception of animacy and direction from local biological motion signals46
Uncovering the locus of object-context-based modulations in depth processing using repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation3
Brain games: Extensive action video game experience enhances globally-directed visual-attention143
Look but don't touch: Visual cues to surface structure drive somatosensory cortex59
Frames of reference for biological motion and face perception48
Dichoptic Perceptual Training and Sensory Eye Dominance Plasticity in Normal Vision9
Spatiotemporal dynamics of responses to biological motion in the human brain36
Behavioural sensitivities to disparity-defined faces26
Attentional advantages in video-game experts are not related to perceptual tendencies93
Locally-directed visual attention as assessed by the attentional blink: Does video game experience really matter?70
Broad learning transfer in visual hierarchical processing79
Monocular deprivation: Ocular dominance shift or mere contrast adaptation?19
Modulations of Depth Responses in the Human Brain by Object Context: Does Biological Relevance Matter?10
Training transfers the limits on perception from parietal to ventral cortex77
Mechanisms for extracting a signal from noise as revealed through the specificity and generality of task training55
Amygdala–Pons connectivity is hyperactive and associated with symptom severity in depression3
Brain microstructural changes associated with neurocognitive outcome in intracranial germ cell tumor survivors36
Influences of posture on gravity perception in the audiovisual bounce inducing effect23
The selectivity of responses to red-green colour and achromatic contrast in the human visual cortex: An fMRI adaptation study76
Sound-modulations of visual motion perception implicate the cortico-vestibular brain. 3
Cortical and subcortical responses to biological motion43
Contextual effects in face lightness perception are not expertise-dependent47
The effects of object plausibility on disparity perception36
Body configuration modulates the usage of local cues to direction in biological-motion perception54
Does learning a cross-modal association alter within-modal sensitivities?49
Biological motion perception is differentially predicted by Autistic trait domains23
Perceiving novel objects: The effect of learning on repetition blindness56
Generality of learning as driven by dichoptic visual training12