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David Richter
David Richter
Post Doctoral Researcher. CIMCYC, University of Granada and Donders Institute
Verified email at donders.ru.nl - Homepage
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Suppressed sensory response to predictable object stimuli throughout the ventral visual stream
D Richter, M Ekman, FP de Lange
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (34), 7452-7461, 2018
1062018
Statistical learning attenuates visual activity only for attended stimuli
D Richter, FP De Lange
Elife 8, e47869, 2019
752019
Word contexts enhance the neural representation of individual letters in early visual cortex
M Heilbron, D Richter, M Ekman, P Hagoort, FP De Lange
Nature communications 11 (1), 321, 2020
542020
An adversarial collaboration protocol for testing contrasting predictions of global neuronal workspace and integrated information theory
L Melloni, L Mudrik, M Pitts, K Bendtz, O Ferrante, U Gorska, R Hirschhorn, ...
Plos one 18 (2), e0268577, 2023
392023
An adversarial collaboration to critically evaluate theories of consciousness
Cogitate Consortium, O Ferrante, U Gorska-Klimowska, S Henin, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.06. 23.546249, 2023
122023
Spatial and temporal context jointly modulate the sensory response within the ventral visual stream
T He, D Richter, Z Wang, FP de Lange
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 34 (2), 332-347, 2022
102022
Updating Contextual Sensory Expectations for Adaptive Behavior
A Ferrari, D Richter, FP de Lange
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (47), 8855-8869, 2022
92022
Dampened sensory representations for expected input across the ventral visual stream
D Richter, M Heilbron, FP de Lange
Oxford Open Neuroscience 1, kvac013, 2022
62022
Conceptual associations generate sensory predictions
C Yan, FP de Lange, D Richter
Journal of Neuroscience 43 (20), 3733-3742, 2023
52023
High-level prediction errors in low-level visual cortex
D Richter, TC Kietzmann, FP de Lange
bioRxiv, 2023.08. 21.554095, 2023
2023
Prediction throughout visual cortex: How statistical regularities shape sensory processing
D Richter
S.l. : s.n., 2021
2021
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