Benedetta Heimler
Benedetta Heimler
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Revisiting the adaptive and maladaptive effects of crossmodal plasticity
B Heimler, N Weisz, O Collignon
Neuroscience 283, 44-63, 2014
Visual change detection recruits auditory cortices in early deafness
D Bottari, B Heimler, A Caclin, A Dalmolin, MH Giard, F Pavani
Neuroimage 94, 172-184, 2014
Origins of task-specific sensory-independent organization in the visual and auditory brain: neuroscience evidence, open questions and clinical implications
B Heimler, E Striem-Amit, A Amedi
Current opinion in neurobiology 35, 169-177, 2015
Task selectivity as a comprehensive principle for brain organization
A Amedi, S Hofstetter, S Maidenbaum, B Heimler
Trends in cognitive sciences 21 (5), 307-310, 2017
Response speed advantage for vision does not extend to touch in early deaf adults
B Heimler, F Pavani
Experimental Brain Research 232 (4), 1335-1341, 2014
Finding the balance between capture and control: Oculomotor selection in early deaf adults
B Heimler, W van Zoest, F Baruffaldi, M Donk, P Rinaldi, MC Caselli, ...
Brain and cognition 96, 12-27, 2015
Attentional orienting to social and nonsocial cues in early deaf adults.
B Heimler, W van Zoest, F Baruffaldi, P Rinaldi, MC Caselli, F Pavani
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (6 …, 2015
Are critical periods reversible in the adult brain? Insights on cortical specializations based on sensory deprivation studies
B Heimler, A Amedi
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 116, 494-507, 2020
Stimulus-and goal-driven control of eye movements: Action videogame players are faster but not better
B Heimler, F Pavani, M Donk, W van Zoest
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76 (8), 2398-2412, 2014
Immediate improvement of speech-in-noise perception through multisensory stimulation via an auditory to tactile sensory substitution
K Cieśla, T Wolak, A Lorens, B Heimler, H Skarżyński, A Amedi
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 37 (2), 155-166, 2019
Multisensory interference in early deaf adults
B Heimler, F Baruffaldi, C Bonmassar, M Venturini, F Pavani
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 22 (4), 422-433, 2017
The implications of brain plasticity and task selectivity for visual rehabilitation of blind and visually impaired individuals
DR Chebat, B Heimler, S Hofsetter, A Amedi
The Neuroimaging of Brain Diseases, 295-321, 2018
Task-selectivity in the sensory deprived brain and sensory substitution approaches for clinical practice: evidence from blindness
B Heimler, A Amedi
Multisensory Perception, 321-342, 2020
Increased overt attention to objects in early deaf adults: An eye-tracking study of complex naturalistic scenes
S Zeni, I Laudanna, F Baruffaldi, B Heimler, D Melcher, F Pavani
Cognition 194, 104061, 2020
The oculomotor salience of flicker, apparent motion and continuous motion in saccade trajectories
W van Zoest, B Heimler, F Pavani
Experimental brain research 235 (1), 181-191, 2017
Implications of cross-modal and intra-modal plasticity for the education and rehabilitation of deaf children and adults
B Heimler, F Pavani, A Amedi
Evidence-Based Practices in Deaf Education, 323, 2018
Topographic maps and neural tuning for sensory substitution dimensions learned in adulthood in a congenital blind subject
S Hofstetter, W Zuiderbaan, B Heimler, SO Dumoulin, A Amedi
NeuroImage 235, 118029, 2021
A systematic computerized training program for using Sensory Substitution Devices in real-life
O Netzer, G Buchs, B Heimler, A Amedi
2019 International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation (ICVR), 1-2, 2019
The effect of irrelevant environmental noise on the performance of visual-to-auditory sensory substitution devices used by blind adults
G Buchs, B Heimler, A Amedi
Multisensory research 32 (2), 87-109, 2019
Core knowledge of geometry can develop independently of visual experience
B Heimler, T Behor, S Dehaene, V Izard, A Amedi
Cognition 212, 104716, 2021
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