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Emily D. Grossman
Emily D. Grossman
Professor of Cognitive Science, University of California Irvine
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei 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
11762000
Brain areas active during visual perception of biological motion
ED Grossman, R Blake
Neuron 35 (6), 1167-1175, 2002
8382002
Brain activity evoked by inverted and imagined biological motion
ED Grossman, R Blake
Vision research 41 (10-11), 1475-1482, 2001
4632001
Repetitive TMS over posterior STS disrupts perception of biological motion
ED Grossman, L Battelli, A Pascual-Leone
Vision research 45 (22), 2847-2853, 2005
3352005
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
3012008
Learning to see biological motion: Brain activity parallels behavior
ED Grossman, R Blake, CY Kim
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (9), 1669-1679, 2004
1842004
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
1291999
fMR-adaptation reveals invariant coding of biological motion on human STS
ED Grossman, NL Jardine, JA Pyles
Frontiers in human neuroscience 4, 954, 2010
1012010
Temporal “Bubbles” reveal key features for point-light biological motion perception
SM Thurman, ED Grossman
Journal of vision 8 (3), 28-28, 2008
952008
Visual perception and neural correlates of novel ‘biological motion’
JA Pyles, JO Garcia, DD Hoffman, ED Grossman
Vision research 47 (21), 2786-2797, 2007
932007
What constitutes an efficient reference frame for vision?
D Tadin, JS Lappin, R Blake, ED Grossman
Nature neuroscience 5 (10), 1010-1015, 2002
692002
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, 293-303, 2008
642008
Perceptual and computational analysis of critical features for biological motion
SM Thurman, MA Giese, ED Grossman
Journal of Vision 10 (12), 15-15, 2010
592010
Necessary but not sufficient: Motion perception is required for perceiving biological motion
JO Garcia, ED Grossman
Vision research 48 (9), 1144-1149, 2008
522008
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
462011
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
362019
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
352017
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
332006
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
322017
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
292022
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