Anastasia V. Flevaris

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2009 Psychology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
face perception
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Lynn C. Robertson grad student 2009 UC Berkeley
 (The role of spatial frequency selection in local versus global perception.)
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Schallmo MP, Kolodny T, Kale AM, et al. (2020) Weaker neural suppression in autism. Nature Communications. 11: 2675
Millin R, Kolodny T, Flevaris AV, et al. (2018) Reduced auditory cortical adaptation in autism spectrum disorder. Elife. 7
Schallmo MP, Kale AM, Millin R, et al. (2018) Suppression and facilitation of human neural responses. Elife. 7
Schallmo M, Flevaris A, Kale A, et al. (2017) Divisive normalization versus inhibition during visual motion integration in humans Journal of Vision. 17: 795
Flevaris AV, Robertson LC. (2015) Spatial frequency selection and integration of global and local information in visual processing: A selective review and tribute to Shlomo Bentin. Neuropsychologia
Flevaris AV, Murray SO. (2015) Attention Determines Contextual Enhancement versus Suppression in Human Primary Visual Cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 12273-80
Flevaris AV, Murray SO. (2015) Feature-based attention modulates surround suppression. Journal of Vision. 15: 15.1.29
Flevaris AV, Murray SO. (2015) Attention determines contextual enhancement versus suppression in human primary visual cortex Journal of Neuroscience. 35: 12273-12280
Flevaris AV, Murray SO. (2014) Orientation-specific surround suppression in the primary visual cortex varies as a function of autistic tendency. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 1017
Flevaris AV, Martínez A, Hillyard SA. (2014) Attending to global versus local stimulus features modulates neural processing of low versus high spatial frequencies: an analysis with event-related brain potentials. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 277
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