Jeremy D. Fesi

Psychology Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
"Jeremy Fesi"
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Rick O. Gilmore grad student 2007-2012 Penn State
 (Spatiotemporal sensitivity of cortical responses to self- and object-related motion in human adults.)
Janine D. Mendola post-doc 2012- McGill Vision Research
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Buckthought A, Kirsch LE, Fesi JD, et al. (2021) Interocular Grouping in Perceptual Rivalry Localized with fMRI. Brain Topography
Bock EA, Fesi JD, Baillet S, et al. (2019) Tagged MEG measures binocular rivalry in a cortical network that predicts alternation rate. Plos One. 14: e0218529
Mendola JD, Bock EA, Fesi JD, et al. (2019) Interocular Conflict Predicts Individual Differ-ences in Binocular Rivalry Journal of Vision. 19: 131
Peters MAK, Fesi J, Amendi N, et al. (2017) Transcranial magnetic stimulation to visual cortex induces suboptimal introspection. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 93: 119-132
Gilmore RO, Thomas AL, Fesi J. (2016) Children's Brain Responses to Optic Flow Vary by Pattern Type and Motion Speed. Plos One. 11: e0157911
Buckthought A, Fesi JD, Kirsch LE, et al. (2015) Comparison of stimulus rivalry to binocular rivalry with functional magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Vision. 15: 2
Fesi JD, Mendola JD. (2015) Individual peak gamma frequency predicts switch rate in perceptual rivalry. Human Brain Mapping. 36: 566-76
Fesi JD, Thomas AL, Gilmore RO. (2014) Cortical responses to optic flow and motion contrast across patterns and speeds. Vision Research. 100: 56-71
Fesi J, Mendola J. (2014) Peak frequency of induced gamma-band response to simple stimulus predicts individual switch rate for perceptual rivalry tasks. Journal of Vision. 14: 1325-1325
Mendola J, Buckthought A, Fesi J. (2014) Special role of parietal cortex in binocular rivalry demonstrated by fMRI comparison with stimulus rivalry Journal of Vision. 14: 1242-1242
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