Talia Brandman
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The asymmetry of the fusiform face area is a stable individual characteristic that underlies the left-visual-field superiority for faces
G Yovel, A Tambini, T Brandman
Neuropsychologia 46 (13), 3061-3068, 2008
The body inversion effect is mediated by face-selective, not body-selective, mechanisms
T Brandman, G Yovel
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (31), 10534-10540, 2010
Stimulation of category-selective brain areas modulates ERP to their preferred categories
B Sadeh, D Pitcher, T Brandman, A Eisen, A Thaler, G Yovel
Current Biology 21 (22), 1894-1899, 2011
Interaction between scene and object processing revealed by human fMRI and MEG decoding
T Brandman, MV Peelen
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (32), 7700-7710, 2017
Bodies are represented as wholes rather than their sum of parts in the occipital-temporal cortex
T Brandman, G Yovel
Cerebral Cortex 26 (2), 530-543, 2016
A face inversion effect without a face
T Brandman, G Yovel
Cognition 125 (3), 365-372, 2012
Signposts in the fog: Objects facilitate scene representations in left scene-selective cortex
T Brandman, MV Peelen
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 31 (3), 390-400, 2019
Auditory and semantic cues facilitate decoding of visual object category in MEG
T Brandman, C Avancini, O Leticevscaia, MV Peelen
Cerebral Cortex, 2019
The cognitive and neural basis of visual processing of human bodies
T Brandman
Tel-Aviv University, 2014
Supplemental Information Stimulation of Category-Selective Brain Areas Modulates ERP to Their Preferred Categories
B Sadeh, D Pitcher, T Brandman, A Eisen, A Thaler, G Yovel
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