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Genevieve L. Quek
Genevieve L. Quek
MARCS Institute, Western Sydney University
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au
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Object vision in a structured world
D Kaiser, GL Quek, RM Cichy, MV Peelen
Trends in cognitive sciences 23 (8), 672-685, 2019
762019
Category-selective human brain processes elicited in fast periodic visual stimulation streams are immune to temporal predictability
GL Quek, B Rossion
Neuropsychologia 104, 182-200, 2017
382017
Face-sex categorization is better above fixation than below: Evidence from the reach-to-touch paradigm
GL Quek, M Finkbeiner
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 14 (4), 1407-1419, 2014
272014
Ultra-coarse, single-glance human face detection in a dynamic visual stream
GL Quek, J Liu-Shuang, V Goffaux, B Rossion
NeuroImage 176, 465-476, 2018
242018
Spatial and temporal attention modulate the early stages of face processing: behavioural evidence from a reaching paradigm
GL Quek, M Finkbeiner
PloS one 8 (2), e57365, 2013
202013
The influence of object-color knowledge on emerging object representations in the brain
L Teichmann, GL Quek, AK Robinson, T Grootswagers, TA Carlson, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (35), 6779-6789, 2020
172020
Immediate stimulus repetition abolishes stimulus expectation and surprise effects in fast periodic visual oddball designs
D Feuerriegel, HAD Keage, B Rossion, GL Quek
Biological Psychology 138, 110-125, 2018
162018
Selective attention to faces in a rapid visual stream: hemispheric differences in enhancement and suppression of category-selective neural activity
G Quek, D Nemrodov, B Rossion, J Liu-Shuang
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (3), 393-410, 2018
162018
The upper-hemifield advantage for masked face processing: Not just an attentional bias
GL Quek, M Finkbeiner
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (1), 52-68, 2016
152016
Contextual and Spatial Associations Between Objects Interactively Modulate Visual Processing
GL Quek, M Peelen
Cerebral Cortex 30 (12), 6391–6404, 2020
122020
Visual mismatch responses index surprise signalling but not expectation suppression
D Feuerriegel, J Yook, GL Quek, H Hogendoorn, S Bode
Cortex 134, 16-29, 2021
102021
Gaining the upper hand: Evidence of vertical asymmetry in sex-categorisation of human hands
GL Quek, M Finkbeiner
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 10 (4), 131, 2014
92014
Fast periodic visual stimulation to study tool-selective processing in the human brain
R De Keyser, A Mouraux, GL Quek, DM Torta, V Legrain
Experimental Brain Research 236 (10), 2751-2763, 2018
62018
Critical information thresholds underlying concurrent face recognition functions
GL Quek, B Rossion, J Liu-Shuang
BioRxiv, 2020
32020
Face-perception is superior in the upper visual field: Evidence from masked priming
GL Quek, M Finkbeiner
Visual Cognition 22 (8), 1038-1042, 2014
32014
Statistical learning of distractor co-occurrences facilitates visual search
S Thorat, GL Quek, MV Peelen
Journal of Vision 22 (10), 2-2, 2022
22022
Critical information thresholds underlying generic and familiar face categorisation at the same face encounter
GL Quek, B Rossion, J Liu-Shuang
NeuroImage 243, 118481, 2021
22021
Yellow strawberries and red bananas: The influence of object-colour knowledge on emerging object representations in the brain
L Teichmann, GL Quek, A Robinson, T Grootswagers, TA Carlson, ...
Associations, expectations and meaning: Decoding the neural processes …, 2019
12019
Predictability does not generate or modulate category-selective processes in fast periodic visual stimulation streams
G Quek, B Rossion
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 723-723, 2016
12016
Statistical learning of distractor regularities facilitates visual search
S Thorat, G Quek, MV Peelen
PERCEPTION 50 (1_ SUPPL), 110-111, 2021
2021
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