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Jennifer Steeves
Jennifer Steeves
York MRI Facility, Centre for Vision Research, York University
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The fusiform face area is not sufficient for face recognition: evidence from a patient with dense prosopagnosia and no occipital face area
JKE Steeves, JC Culham, BC Duchaine, CC Pratesi, KF Valyear, ...
Neuropsychologia 44 (4), 594-609, 2006
2512006
Behavioral and neuroimaging evidence for a contribution of color and texture information to scene classification in a patient with visual form agnosia
JKE Steeves, GK Humphrey, JC Culham, RS Menon, AD Milner, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (6), 955-965, 2004
1012004
Vision with one eye: a review of visual function following unilateral enucleation
JKE Steeves, EG Gonzalez, MJ Steinbach
Spatial vision 21 (6), 509, 2008
832008
Abnormal face identity coding in the middle fusiform gyrus of two brain-damaged prosopagnosic patients
J Steeves, L Dricot, HC Goltz, B Sorger, J Peters, AD Milner, MA Goodale, ...
Neuropsychologia 47 (12), 2584-2592, 2009
662009
TMS to the lateral occipital cortex disrupts object processing but facilitates scene processing
CR Mullin, JKE Steeves
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (12), 4174-4184, 2011
602011
Transcranial magnetic stimulation to the transverse occipital sulcus affects scene but not object processing
RE Ganaden, CR Mullin, JKE Steeves
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (6), 961-968, 2013
532013
Contrast letter thresholds in the non-affected eye of strabismic and unilateral eye enucleated subjects
MJ Reed, JKE Steeves, MJ Steinbach, S Kraft, B Gallie
Vision research 36 (18), 3011-3018, 1996
521996
TMS to the “occipital face area” affects recognition but not categorization of faces
LM Solomon-Harris, CR Mullin, JKE Steeves
Brain and cognition 83 (3), 245-251, 2013
462013
Sensory compensation in sound localization in people with one eye
AEN Hoover, LR Harris, JKE Steeves
Experimental brain research 216 (4), 565-574, 2012
452012
Early unilateral enucleation disrupts motion processing
JKE Steeves, EG González, BL Gallie, MJ Steinbach
Vision Research 42 (1), 143-150, 2002
382002
Altered anterior visual system development following early monocular enucleation
KR Kelly, L McKetton, KA Schneider, BL Gallie, JKE Steeves
NeuroImage: Clinical 4, 72-81, 2014
372014
Consecutive TMS-fMRI reveals an inverse relationship in BOLD signal between object and scene processing
CR Mullin, JKE Steeves
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (49), 19243-19249, 2013
312013
Global shape discrimination at reduced contrast in enucleated observers
JKE Steeves, F Wilkinson, EG González, HR Wilson, MJ Steinbach
Vision research 44 (9), 943-949, 2004
312004
Spread of activity following TMS is related to intrinsic resting connectivity to the salience network: A concurrent TMS-fMRI study
C Hawco, AN Voineskos, JKE Steeves, EW Dickie, JD Viviano, J Downar, ...
Cortex 108, 160-172, 2018
302018
A comparison of contrast letter thresholds in unilateral eye enucleated subjects and binocular and monocular control subjects
MJ Reed, JKE Steeves, MJ Steinbach
Vision research 37 (17), 2465-2469, 1997
281997
Impaired face processing in early monocular deprivation from enucleation
KR Kelly, BL Gallie, JKE Steeves
Optometry and Vision Science 89 (2), 137-147, 2012
252012
Foveal and eccentric acuity in one-eyed observers
EG González, JKE Steeves, SP Kraft, BL Gallie, MJ Steinbach
Behavioural brain research 128 (1), 71-80, 2002
222002
Accuracy of estimating time to collision using only monocular information in unilaterally enucleated observers and monocularly viewing normal controls
JKE Steeves, R Gray, MJ Steinbach, D Regan
Vision research 40 (27), 3783-3789, 2000
222000
Consecutive TMS-fMRI reveals remote effects of neural noise to the “occipital face area”
LM Solomon-Harris, SA Rafique, JKE Steeves
Brain Research 1650, 134-141, 2016
212016
Living with one eye: plasticity in visual and auditory systems
KR Kelly, SS Moro, JKE Steeves
Plasticity in sensory systems, 94-108, 2013
212013
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