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Daria Proklova
Daria Proklova
Brain and Mind Institute, Western University
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Disentangling representations of object shape and object category in human visual cortex: The animate–inanimate distinction
D Proklova, D Kaiser, MV Peelen
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (5), 680-692, 2016
1172016
MEG sensor patterns reflect perceptual but not categorical similarity of animate and inanimate objects
D Proklova, D Kaiser, MV Peelen
NeuroImage 193, 167-177, 2019
342019
The nature of the animacy organization in human ventral temporal cortex
S Thorat, D Proklova, MV Peelen
Elife 8, e47142, 2019
332019
The role of animal faces in the animate-inanimate distinction in the ventral temporal cortex
D Proklova, MA Goodale
Neuropsychologia 169, 108192, 2022
62022
Activity in perirhinal and entorhinal cortex predicts perceived visual similarities among category exemplars with highest precision
KM Ferko, A Blumenthal, CB Martin, D Proklova, AN Minos, LM Saksida, ...
Elife 11, e66884, 2022
22022
Which brain areas are responsible for which aspects of grasping?
LK Klein, G Maiello, D Proklova, VC Paulun, JC Culham, RW Fleming
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 110b-110b, 2019
22019
Activity in perirhinal and entorhinal cortex predicts perceived visual similarities among category exemplars with highest precision
KM Ferko, A Blumenthal, CB Martin, D Proklova, A Minos, LM Saksida, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.01. 21.427602, 2022
12022
Perirhinal and anterolateral entorhinal cortex activity patterns reflect perceived visual similarity of highly similar objects
K Ferko, A Blumenthal, C Martin, D Proklova, T Bussey, L Saksida, ...
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1197-1197, 2020
12020
Faces boost animacy information in the human ventral temporal cortex
D Proklova, M Goodale
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 1656-1656, 2020
2020
Neural Correlates of Visual Grasp Selection
LK Klein, G Maiello, D Proklova, J Chen, VC Paulun, JC Culham, ...
PERCEPTION 48, 118-119, 2019
2019
Predicting how we grasp arbitrary objects
L Klein, G Maiello, D Proklova, J Chen, V Paulun, J Culham, R Fleming
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 179-179, 2018
2018
Disentangling the representations of object shape and object category in the brain: the animate-inanimate distinction
D Proklova
University of Trento, 2017
2017
97 Toward Transparent, and Reproducible Cognitive Neuroscience
SM ASHBURN, D ABUGABER, JW ANTONY, KA BENNION, ...
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