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Rory Sayres

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Vision, fMRI
"Rory Sayres"
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Kalanit Grill-Spector grad student 2007 Stanford
 (Decoding fMRI response patterns in visual cortex: Effects of object category, identity, retinotopic position, and short-term experience.)
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Winawer J, Horiguchi H, Sayres RA, et al. (2010) Mapping hV4 and ventral occipital cortex: the venous eclipse. Journal of Vision. 10: 1
Weiner KS, Sayres R, Vinberg J, et al. (2010) fMRI-adaptation and category selectivity in human ventral temporal cortex: regional differences across time scales. Journal of Neurophysiology. 103: 3349-65
Sayres R, Weiner K, Dumoulin S, et al. (2010) Population receptive field measurements in human ventral category-selective cortex Journal of Vision. 9: 734-734
Weiner KS, Sayres R, Vinberg J, et al. (2010) fMRI-Adaptation and category selectivity in human ventral temporal cortex: Evidence for the scaling and sharpening models Journal of Vision. 9: 466-466
Sayres R, Grill-Spector K. (2010) Retinal position and object category effects in human lateral occipital cortex Journal of Vision. 8: 82-82
Sayres R, Dumoulin S, Grill-Spector K, et al. (2009) Population Receptive Fields: Optimizing stimuli for mapping different cortical regions Neuroimage. 47: S86
Sayres R, Grill-Spector K. (2008) Relating retinotopic and object-selective responses in human lateral occipital cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. 100: 249-67
Grill-Spector K, Sayres R. (2008) Object recognition: Insights from advances in fMRI methods Current Directions in Psychological Science. 17: 73-79
Grill-Spector K, Sayres R, Ress D. (2006) High-resolution imaging reveals highly selective nonface clusters in the fusiform face area. Nature Neuroscience. 9: 1177-85
Sayres R, Grill-Spector K. (2006) Object-selective cortex exhibits performance-independent repetition suppression. Journal of Neurophysiology. 95: 995-1007
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