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
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
Vision with one eye: a review of visual function following unilateral enucleation
E González, J Steeves, M Steinbach
Spatial vision 21 (6), 509-529, 2008
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
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
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
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
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
Sensory compensation in sound localization in people with one eye
AEN Hoover, LR Harris, JKE Steeves
Experimental brain research 216 (4), 565-574, 2012
Early unilateral enucleation disrupts motion processing
JKE Steeves, EG González, BL Gallie, MJ Steinbach
Vision Research 42 (1), 143-150, 2002
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
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
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
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
Impaired face processing in early monocular deprivation from enucleation
KR Kelly, BL Gallie, JKE Steeves
Optometry and Vision Science 89 (2), 137-147, 2012
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
No Colavita effect: equal auditory and visual processing in people with one eye
SS Moro, JKE Steeves
Experimental brain research 216 (3), 367-373, 2012
Living with one eye: plasticity in visual and auditory systems
KR Kelly, SS Moro, JKE Steeves
Plasticity in sensory systems, 225-44, 2013
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
Sex differences in face processing are mediated by handedness and sexual orientation
PWH Brewster, CR Mullin, RA Dobrin, JKE Steeves
Laterality 16 (2), 188-200, 2011
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