Scott Laurence Fairhall

Affiliations: 
Cognitive Neuropsychology Harvard University, CIMeC 
Area:
Conceptual Representation, fMRI
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Leonardelli E, Fairhall SL. (2022) Similarity-based fMRI-MEG fusion reveals hierarchical organisation within the brain's semantic system. Neuroimage. 259: 119405
Acunzo DJ, Low DM, Fairhall SL. (2022) Deep neural networks reveal topic-level representations of sentences in medial prefrontal cortex, lateral anterior temporal lobe, precuneus, and angular gyrus. Neuroimage. 119005
Liuzzi AG, Ubaldi S, Fairhall SL. (2021) Representations of conceptual information during automatic and active semantic access. Neuropsychologia. 160: 107953
Ubaldi S, Fairhall SL. (2021) fMRI response to automatic and purposeful familiar-face processing in perceptual and non-perceptual cortical regions. Journal of Neurophysiology
Ubaldi S, Fairhall SL. (2020) fMRI-Indexed neural temporal tuning reveals the hierarchical organsiation of the face and person selective network. Neuroimage. 227: 117690
Liuzzi AG, Aglinskas A, Fairhall SL. (2020) General and feature-based semantic representations in the semantic network. Scientific Reports. 10: 8931
Giari G, Leonardelli E, Tao Y, et al. (2020) Spatiotemporal properties of the neural representation of conceptual content for words and pictures - an MEG study. Neuroimage. 116913
Fairhall SL. (2020) Cross recruitment of domain-selective cortical representations enables flexible semantic knowledge. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Aglinskas A, Fairhall SL. (2019) Regional Specialization and Coordination Within the Network for Perceiving and Knowing About Others. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Leonardelli E, Fait E, Fairhall SL. (2019) Temporal dynamics of access to amodal representations of category-level conceptual information. Scientific Reports. 9: 239
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