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About strotherlab

Lars Strother studies human sensory, cognitive and motor systems using behavioral methods and neuroimaging, He is particularly interested in the mechanisms by which nervous systems interpret sensory information for purposes of object recognition, interaction with the environment and the sheer joy of perception.

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[PDFs available on Researchgate] Strother, L. (2019) A neural basis of the serial bottleneck in visual word recognition. PNAS Zhou, Z., Vilis, T. and Strother, L. (2019) Functionally separable font-invariant and font-sensitive neural populations in occipitotemporal cortex. Journal of Cognitive … Continue reading

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