Emily D. Grossman
Emily D. Grossman
Professor of Cognitive Science, University of California Irvine
Zweryfikowany adres z uci.edu
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Brain areas involved in perception of biological motion
E Grossman, M Donnelly, R Price, D Pickens, V Morgan, G Neighbor, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (5), 711-720, 2000
Brain areas active during visual perception of biological motion
ED Grossman, R Blake
Neuron 35 (6), 1167-1175, 2002
Brain activity evoked by inverted and imagined biological motion
ED Grossman, R Blake
Vision research 41 (10-11), 1475-1482, 2001
Repetitive TMS over posterior STS disrupts perception of biological motion
ED Grossman, L Battelli, A Pascual-Leone
Vision research 45 (22), 2847-2853, 2005
Concepts are more than percepts: the case of action verbs
M Bedny, A Caramazza, E Grossman, A Pascual-Leone, R Saxe
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (44), 11347-11353, 2008
Learning to see biological motion: brain activity parallels behavior
ED Grossman, R Blake, CY Kim
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (9), 1669-1679, 2004
Perception of coherent motion, biological motion and form-from-motion under dim-light conditions
ED Grossman, R Blake
Vision research 39 (22), 3721-3727, 1999
fMR-adaptation reveals invariant coding of biological motion on human STS
ED Grossman, NL Jardine, JA Pyles
Frontiers in human neuroscience 4, 954, 2010
Temporal “Bubbles” reveal key features for point-light biological motion perception
SM Thurman, ED Grossman
Journal of vision 8 (3), 28-28, 2008
Visual perception and neural correlates of novel ‘biological motion’
JA Pyles, JO Garcia, DD Hoffman, ED Grossman
Vision research 47 (21), 2786-2797, 2007
What constitutes an efficient reference frame for vision?
D Tadin, JS Lappin, R Blake, ED Grossman
Nature neuroscience 5 (10), 1010-1015, 2002
Differential activation patterns of occipital and prefrontal cortices during motion processing: evidence from normal and schizophrenic brains
Y Chen, ED Grossman, LC Bidwell, D Yurgelun-Todd, SA Gruber, ...
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 8 (3), 293-303, 2008
Perceptual and computational analysis of critical features for biological motion
SM Thurman, MA Giese, ED Grossman
Journal of Vision 10 (12), 15-15, 2010
Necessary but not sufficient: Motion perception is required for perceiving biological motion
JO Garcia, ED Grossman
Vision research 48 (9), 1144-1149, 2008
Evoked potentials in large-scale cortical networks elicited by TMS of the visual cortex
JO Garcia, ED Grossman, R Srinivasan
Journal of Neurophysiology 106 (4), 1734-1746, 2011
Functional connectivity in ASD: atypical pathways in brain networks supporting action observation and joint attention
E Delbruck, M Yang, A Yassine, ED Grossman
Brain research 1706, 157-165, 2019
Network connectivity of the right STS in three social perception localizers
S Dasgupta, SC Tyler, J Wicks, R Srinivasan, ED Grossman
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29 (2), 221-234, 2017
Distinct cerebellar regions for body motion discrimination
C Ferrari, A Ciricugno, L Battelli, ED Grossman, Z Cattaneo
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 17 (1), 72-80, 2022
Evidence for a network of brain areas involved in perception of biological motion
ED Grossman
Human body perception from the inside out, 361-384, 2006
The pivotal role of the right parietal lobe in temporal attention
S Agosta, D Magnago, S Tyler, E Grossman, E Galante, F Ferraro, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 29 (5), 805-815, 2017
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