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The brain of the beholder: honouring individual representational idiosyncrasies.
I. Charest & N. Kriegeskorte. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, (2015)
Unique semantic space in the brain of each beholder predicts perceived similarity.
I. Charest, R. A. Kievit, T. W. Schmitz, D. Deca & N. Kriegeskorte
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume: 111, Issue: 40 (2014)
Cerebral processing of voice gender studied using a continuous carryover FMRI design.
I. Charest, C. Pernet, M. Latinus, F. Crabbe & P. Belin. Cerebral Cortex, Volume: 23 (2013)
Electrophysiological evidence for an early processing of human voices.
I. Charest, C. Pernet, G. A. Rousselet, I. Quiñones, M. Latinus, S. Fillion-Bilodeau, J. P. Chartrand & P. Belin. BMC neuroscience, Volume: 10 (2009)
FTE Category A staff submitted: 40.80
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