Crommelinck Marc
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The N170 occipito-temporal component is delayed and enhanced to inverted faces but not to inverted objects: an electrophysiological account of face-specific processes in the …
B Rossion, I Gauthier, MJ Tarr, P Despland, R Bruyer, S Linotte, ...
Neuroreport 11 (1), 69-72, 2000
Hemispheric asymmetries for whole-based and part-based face processing in the human fusiform gyrus
B Rossion, L Dricot, A Devolder, JM Bodart, M Crommelinck, B De Gelder, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (5), 793-802, 2000
Spatio-temporal localization of the face inversion effect: an event-related potentials study
B Rossion, JF Delvenne, D Debatisse, V Goffaux, R Bruyer, ...
Biological psychology 50 (3), 173-189, 1999
Expertise training with novel objects leads to left-lateralized facelike electrophysiological responses
B Rossion, I Gauthier, V Goffaux, MJ Tarr, M Crommelinck
Psychological science 13 (3), 250-257, 2002
Stimulation of the superior colliculus in the alert cat: II. Eye and head movements evoked when the head is unrestrained
A Roucoux, D Guitton, M Crommelinck
Experimental Brain Research 39, 75-85, 1980
Effect of familiarity on the processing of human faces
S Dubois, B Rossion, C Schiltz, JM Bodart, C Michel, R Bruyer, ...
Neuroimage 9 (3), 278-289, 1999
The functionally defined right occipital and fusiform “face areas” discriminate novel from visually familiar faces
B Rossion, C Schiltz, M Crommelinck
Neuroimage 19 (3), 877-883, 2003
Perception of facial expressions and voices and of their combination in the human brain
G Pourtois, B de Gelder, A Bol, M Crommelinck
Cortex 41 (1), 49-59, 2005
Categorical perception of happiness and fear facial expressions: an ERP study
S Campanella, P Quinet, R Bruyer, M Crommelinck, JM Guerit
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 14 (2), 210-227, 2002
Stimulation of the superior colliculus in the alert cat: I. Eye movements and neck EMG activity evoked when the head is restrained
D Guitton, M Crommelinck, A Roucoux
Experimental Brain Research 39, 63-73, 1980
The time-course of intermodal binding between seeing and hearing affective information
G Pourtois, B De Gelder, J Vroomen, B Rossion, M Crommelinck
Neuroreport 11 (6), 1329-1333, 2000
Task modulation of brain activity related to familiar and unfamiliar face processing: an ERP study
B Rossion, S Campanella, CM Gomez, A Delinte, D Debatisse, L Liard, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 110 (3), 449-462, 1999
Discrimination of emotional facial expressions in a visual oddball task: an ERP study
S Campanella, C Gaspard, D Debatisse, R Bruyer, M Crommelinck, ...
Biological psychology 59 (3), 171-186, 2002
The perception of fearful and happy facial expression is modulated by anxiety: an event-related potential study
M Rossignol, P Philippot, C Douilliez, M Crommelinck, S Campanella
Neuroscience letters 377 (2), 115-120, 2005
How does the brain discriminate familiar and unfamiliar faces?: a PET study of face categorical perception
B Rossion, C Schiltz, L Robaye, D Pirenne, M Crommelinck
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 13 (7), 1019-1034, 2001
Right N170 modulation in a face discrimination task: an account for categorical perception of familiar faces
S Campanella, C Hanoteau, D Dépy, B Rossion, R Bruyer, ...
Psychophysiology 37 (6), 796-806, 2000
Neuronal mechanisms of perceptual learning: changes in human brain activity with training in orientation discrimination
C Schiltz, JM Bodart, S Dubois, S Dejardin, C Michel, A Roucoux, ...
Neuroimage 9 (1), 46-62, 1999
Is the N170 for faces cognitively penetrable? Evidence from repetition priming of Mooney faces of familiar and unfamiliar persons
B Jemel, M Pisani, M Calabria, M Crommelinck, R Bruyer
Cognitive Brain Research 17 (2), 431-446, 2003
Eye movements evoked by superior colliculus stimulation in the alert cat.
A Roucoux, M Crommelinck
Brain research 106 (2), 349-363, 1976
Human gender differences in an emotional visual oddball task: an event-related potentials study
S Campanella, M Rossignol, S Mejias, F Joassin, P Maurage, ...
Neuroscience letters 367 (1), 14-18, 2004
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