[PDFs available on Researchgate] Harrison, M.T. and Strother, L. (in press) Does right hemisphere superiority sufficiently explain the left visual field advantage in face recognition? … Continue reading →
New and improved UNR-Renown Neuroimaging partnership.
Welcome Samantha Lee!
Congrats to Joe on his PhD defense, and to Kayla Aikins on graduating with honors, in addition to her Nevada Undergraduate Research Award to support a face recognition project in our lab!
In press (AP&P):
Does right hemisphere superiority sufficiently explain the left visual field advantage in face recognition?
A neural basis of the serial bottleneck in visual word recognition
Functionally Separable Font-invariant and Font-sensitive Neural Populations in Occipitotemporal Cortex
A novel hypothesis for the original functionality of the Visual Word Form Area: Processing shape sequences
Embedded word priming elicits enhanced fMRI responses in the visual word form area
Visual recognition of mirrored letters and the right hemisphere advantage for mirror-invariant object recognition
On the legibility of mirror-reflected and rotated text