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Pınar Demirayak
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Abnormal subcortical activity in congenital mirror movement disorder with RAD51 mutation
P Demirayak, OE Onat, AÖ Gevrekci, S Gülsüner, H Uysal, R Bilgen, ...
Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology 24 (6), 392, 2018
92018
Homozygous LAMC3 mutation links to structural and functional changes in visual attention networks
BM Urgen, Y Topac, FS Ustun, P Demirayak, KK Oguz, T Kansu, S Saygi, ...
Neuroimage 190, 242-253, 2019
82019
Frontal cortical regions associated with attention connect more strongly to central than peripheral V1
SA Sims, P Demirayak, S Cedotal, KM Visscher
Neuroimage 238, 118246, 2021
42021
Comparison of Visual Rating Scale Based on Brain 18F-FDG-PET and Montreal Cognitive Assessment Test in Probable Alzheimer’s Disease
E Aladağ, E Bulut, P Demirayak, BV Salancı, KK Oğuz, B Erbaş, EL Ergün, ...
Acta Medica 53 (3), 261-266, 2022
2022
Laminar functional magnetic resonance imaging in vision research
P Demirayak, G Deshpande, K Visscher
Frontiers in Neuroscience 16, 2022
2022
A method for mapping retinal images in early visual cortical areas
M Defenderfer, P Demirayak, KM Visscher
NeuroImage 245, 118737, 2021
2021
Cortical connectivity in the face of congenital structural changes—A case of homozygous LAMC3 mutation
P Demirayak, K Karli Oguz, FS Ustun, BM Urgen, Y Topac, I Gilani, ...
Brain and behavior 11 (8), e2241, 2021
2021
Quantifying level of compensation after central vision loss
M Maniglia, M Defenderfer, L Fleming, P Demirayak, D DeCarlo, ...
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1641-1641, 2020
2020
The fronto-parietal network connects more strongly to central than peripheral V1
S Sims, P Demirayak, S Cedotal, K Visscher
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Genetic Influences on Cortical Structure and Function
P Demirayak
PQDT-Global, 2018
2018
Visual distraction in a patient with abnormal occipital gyration–an eye-tracking study
B Urgen, P Demirayak, F Ustun, K Doerschner
Journal of vision 15 (12), 1267-1267, 2015
2015
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