Marcin Szwed

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Rączy K, Czarnecka M, Paplińska M, et al. (2020) Tactile to visual number priming in the left intraparietal cortex of sighted Braille readers. Scientific Reports. 10: 17571
Bonna K, Finc K, Zimmermann M, et al. (2020) Early deafness leads to re-shaping of functional connectivity beyond the auditory cortex. Brain Imaging and Behavior
Rączy K, Czarnecka M, Zaremba D, et al. (2020) A shared code for Braille and Arabic digits revealed by cross-modal priming in sighted Braille readers. Acta Psychologica. 202: 102960
Bola Ł, Matuszewski J, Szczepanik M, et al. (2019) Functional hierarchy for tactile processing in the visual cortex of sighted adults. Neuroimage. 116084
Rączy K, Urbańczyk A, Korczyk M, et al. (2019) Orthographic Priming in Braille Reading as Evidence for Task-specific Reorganization in the Ventral Visual Cortex of the Congenitally Blind. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-14
Bola Ł, Siuda-Krzywicka K, Paplińska M, et al. (2017) Structural reorganization of the early visual cortex following Braille training in sighted adults. Scientific Reports. 7: 17448
Szwed M, Bola Ł, Zimmermann M. (2017) Whether the hearing brain hears it or the deaf brain sees it, it's just the same. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Bola Ł, Radziun D, Siuda-Krzywicka K, et al. (2017) Universal Visual Features Might Be Necessary for Fluent Reading. A Longitudinal Study of Visual Reading in Braille and Cyrillic Alphabets. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 514
Bola Ł, Zimmermann M, Mostowski P, et al. (2017) Task-specific reorganization of the auditory cortex in deaf humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Dipoppa M, Szwed M, Gutkin BS. (2016) Controlling Working Memory Operations by Selective Gating: The Roles of Oscillations and Synchrony. Advances in Cognitive Psychology. 12: 209-232
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