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Inversion leads to quantitative, not qualitative, changes in face processing
AB Sekuler, CM Gaspar, JM Gold, PJ Bennett
Current Biology 14 (5), 391-396, 2004
4392004
LIMO EEG: a toolbox for hierarchical LInear MOdeling of ElectroEncephaloGraphic data
CR Pernet, N Chauveau, C Gaspar, GA Rousselet
Computational intelligence and neuroscience 2011, 1-11, 2011
2852011
Age-related delay in information accrual for faces: evidence from a parametric, single-trial EEG approach
GA Rousselet, JS Husk, CR Pernet, CM Gaspar, PJ Bennett, AB Sekuler
Bmc Neuroscience 10, 1-20, 2009
942009
Spatial frequency tuning of upright and inverted face identification
C Gaspar, AB Sekuler, PJ Bennett
Vision Research 48 (28), 2817-2826, 2008
842008
Healthy aging delays scalp EEG sensitivity to noise in a face discrimination task
GA Rousselet, CM Gaspar, CR Pernet, JS Husk, PJ Bennett, AB Sekuler
Frontiers in psychology 1, 19, 2010
702010
Fine neural tuning for orthographic properties of words emerges early in children reading alphabetic script
J Zhao, K Kipp, C Gaspar, U Maurer, X Weng, A Mecklinger, S Li
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (11), 2431-2442, 2014
602014
Reliability of ERP and single-trial analyses
CM Gaspar, GA Rousselet, CR Pernet
NeuroImage 58 (2), 620-629, 2011
572011
Modelling single-trial ERP reveals modulation of bottom-up face visual processing by top-down task constraints (in some subjects)
GA Rousselet, CM Gaspar, KP Wieczorek, CR Pernet
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 9404, 2011
542011
How do amplitude spectra influence rapid animal detection?
CM Gaspar, GA Rousselet
Vision research 49 (24), 3001-3012, 2009
482009
Psychosocial correlates of depression and anxiety in the United Arab Emirates during the COVID-19 pandemic
J Thomas, M Barbato, M Verlinden, C Gaspar, M Moussa, J Ghorayeb, ...
Frontiers in Psychiatry 11, 564172, 2020
472020
The effects of face inversion and contrast-reversal on efficiency and internal noise
CM Gaspar, PJ Bennett, AB Sekuler
Vision Research 48 (8), 1084-1095, 2008
472008
Training by visual identification and writing leads to different visual word expertise N170 effects in preliterate Chinese children
P Zhao, S Li, J Zhao, CM Gaspar, X Weng
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 15, 106-116, 2015
232015
The overlap of neural selectivity between faces and words: evidences from the N170 adaptation effect
X Cao, B Jiang, C Gaspar, C Li
Experimental brain research 232, 3015-3021, 2014
232014
Comparing face processing strategies between typically-developed observers and observers with autism using sub-sampled-pixels presentation in response classification technique
M Nagai, PJ Bennett, MD Rutherford, CM Gaspar, T Kumada, AB Sekuler
Vision research 79, 27-35, 2013
182013
Selectivity of N170 for visual words in the right hemisphere: Evidence from single‐trial analysis
H Yang, J Zhao, CM Gaspar, W Chen, Y Tan, X Weng
Psychophysiology 54 (8), 1128-1137, 2017
122017
Nudging the N170 forward with prior stimulation—Bridging the gap between N170 and recognition potential
C Luo, W Chen, R VanRullen, Y Zhang, CM Gaspar
Human Brain Mapping 43 (4), 1214-1230, 2022
52022
Rapid stream stimulation can enhance the stimulus selectivity of early evoked responses to written characters but not faces
C Luo, W Chen, Y Zhang, CM Gaspar
Plos one 14 (3), e0213637, 2019
32019
The ecological utility of inter-feature distances for human face discrimination
C Gaspar, P Bennett, A Sekuler
Journal of Vision 7 (9), 500-500, 2007
32007
The effects of stimulus information and orientation on face processing
CM Gaspar, PJB SUPERVISORS, AB Sekuler
Journal of Psychology 92 (Part 3), 527-549, 2007
32007
The efficiency of upright and upside-down face identification.
AB Sekuler, JM Gold, CM Gaspar, PJ Bennett
INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE 42 (4), S732-S732, 2001
32001
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