Jennifer K.E. Steeves, Ph.D.

Psychology York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
visual perception
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Martin J. Steinbach grad student 1994-2001 York University
 (The effects of unilateral enucleation at an early age on form and motion perception.)
G. Keith Humphrey post-doc 2000-2002 York University
Melvyn A. Goodale post-doc 2000-2004 Western Ontario
Brian Timney post-doc 2004-2005 York University
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Wong NA, Rafique SA, Moro SS, et al. (2019) Altered white matter structure in auditory tracts following early monocular enucleation. Neuroimage. Clinical. 24: 102006
Moro SS, Steeves JKE. (2018) Intact Dynamic Visual Capture in People With One Eye. Multisensory Research. 31: 675-688
Kelly KR, Gallie BL, Steeves JKE. (2018) Early monocular enucleation selectively disrupts neural development of face perception in the occipital face area. Experimental Eye Research
Rafique SA, Richards JR, Steeves JKE. (2018) Altered white matter connectivity associated with visual hallucinations following occipital stroke. Brain and Behavior. e01010
Moro SS, Steeves JKE. (2018) Normal temporal binding window but no sound-induced flash illusion in people with one eye. Experimental Brain Research
Moro SS, Hoover AEN, Steeves JKE. (2018) Short and long-term visual deprivation leads to adapted use of audiovisual information for face-voice recognition. Vision Research
Moro SS, Steeves JKE. (2018) Audiovisual plasticity following early abnormal visual experience: Reduced McGurk Effect in people with one eye. Neuroscience Letters
Wong NA, Rafique SA, Kelly KR, et al. (2017) Altered white matter structure in the visual system following early monocular enucleation. Human Brain Mapping
Solomon-Harris LM, Rafique SA, Steeves JK. (2016) Consecutive TMS-fMRI Reveals Remote Effects of Neural Noise to the "Occipital Face Area". Brain Research
Rafique SA, Richards JR, Steeves JK. (2016) rTMS reduces cortical imbalance associated with visual hallucinations after occipital stroke. Neurology
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