Gyula Kovács

Technical University of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary 
"Gyula Kovács"
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Li C, Ficco L, Sabrina T, et al. (2023) The effect of context congruency on fMRI repetition suppression for objects. Neuropsychologia. 108603
Kovács G, Li C, Ambrus GG, et al. (2023) The neural dynamics of familiarity-dependent face identity representation. Psychophysiology. e14304
Li C, Kovács G. (2022) The effect of short-term training on repetition probability effects for non-face objects. Biological Psychology. 175: 108452
Dalski A, Kovács G, Ambrus GG. (2022) No semantic information is necessary to evoke general neural signatures of face familiarity: evidence from cross-experiment classification. Brain Structure & Function
Schroeger A, Kaufmann JM, Zäske R, et al. (2022) Atypical prosopagnosia following right hemispheric stroke: A 23-year follow-up study with M.T. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 39: 196-207
Dalski A, Kovács G, Wiese H, et al. (2022) Characterizing the shared signals of face familiarity: Long-term acquaintance, voluntary control, and concealed knowledge. Brain Research. 1796: 148094
Li C, Burton AM, Ambrus GG, et al. (2022) A neural measure of the degree of face familiarity. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 155: 1-12
Rostalski SM, Robinson J, Ambrus GG, et al. (2022) Person identity-specific adaptation effects in the ventral occipito-temporal cortex. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Dalski A, Kovács G, Ambrus GG. (2021) Evidence for a General Neural Signature of Face Familiarity. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Eick CM, Ambrus GG, Kovács G. (2021) Inhibition of the occipital face area modulates the electrophysiological signals of face familiarity: A combined cTBS-EEG study. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 141: 156-167
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