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Beyond the core face-processing network: intracerebral stimulation of a face-selective area in the right anterior fusiform gyrus elicits transient prosopagnosia

Jonas, J., Rossion, B., Brissart, H., Frismand, S., Jacques, C., Hossu, G., Colnat-Coulbois, S., Vespignani, Vignal, Maillard, L. (2015). Beyond the core face-processing network: intracerebral stimulation of a face-selective area in the right anterior fusiform gyrus elicits transient...

Intracerebral stimulation of a face-selective area (Jonas et al., 2014)

Jonas, J., Rossion, B., Krieg, J., Koessler, L., Colnat-Coulbois, S., Maillard, L., Frismand, S., Colnat-Coulbois, S., Vignal, J.-P., Vespignani, H., Jacques, C., Brissart, H., Maillard, L. (2014). Intracerebral electrical stimulation of a face-selective area in the right inferior occipital cortex...

Autoscopy (Jonas, J. et al., 2014)

Jonas, J., Maillard, L., Frismand, S., Colnat-Coulbois, S., Vespignani, H., Rossion, B., Vignal, J.-P. (2014). Self-face hallucination evoked by electrical stimulation of the human brain. Neurology, 83, 336-338. [PDF]

Visual Binding of Face Parts (Boremanse et al., 2013 )

Boremanse, A., Norcia, A.M., Rossion, B. (2013). An objective signature for visual binding of face parts in the human brain. Journal of Vision.Sep 10;13(11). pii: 6. doi: 10.1167/13.11.6.  [PDF]

AAAAB Stimulation (Liu-Shuang et al., 2014)

An example of the fast periodic visual stimulation (FPVS) used in EEG to measure visual discirmination. A change of facial identity appears every 5 stimuli in this train of stimulation at 5.88 He. From: Liu-Shuang, J., Norcia, A.M.,  Rossion, B. (2014). An objective index of individual face...

Prosopagnosia - Memory Game

The prosopagnosic patient PS is involved in a computer memory game, having to match similar visual shapes (filmed in a bookstore in the center of Maastricht, formerly a church). The video is interesting because it shows that some cases of prosopagnosia like PS do not have troubles...

Prosopagnosia - Fruits and Vegetables

The prosopagnosic patient PS having to name fruits and vegetables, one by one. She can do that correctly and rapidly, despite the visual similarity between items of this category. Such observations contradict the view that prosopagnosia is an impairment at recognizing/discriminating visually...

Gaze-Contingency - Window (Van Belle et al., 2010)

The prosopagnosic patient PS has to match one of two faces to target, while her fixation location is gaze-contingently selectively revealed. We can see that PS uses mainly the mouth to discriminate the faces. Van Belle, G., de Graef, P., Verfaillie, K., Busigny, T., Rossion, B. (2010). Whole...

Gaze-Contingency - Mask (Van Belle et al., 2010)

The prosopagnosic patient PS has to match one of two faces to target, while her fixation location is gaze-contingently masked (Van Belle et al., 2010, Neuropsychologia).

Face (Jiang et al., 2011)

Face stimulus appearing progressively from a fully phase-scrambled image. Presented while recording fMRI, these images elicit activation in face-selective areas of the ventral stream, with an onset of face-selectivity in the FFA preceding the OFA (Jiang et al., 2011; replicated and extended in...
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