Amir Amedi

Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA, United States 
Cortical plasticity, TMS, fMRI, cross-modal plasticity
"Amir Amedi"
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Buchs G, Heimler B, Kerem M, et al. (2023) Correction: A self-training program for sensory substitution devices. Plos One. 18: e0287802
Yizhar O, Tal Z, Amedi A. (2023) Loss of action-related function and connectivity in the blind extrastriate body area. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 17: 973525
Shvadron S, Snir A, Maimon A, et al. (2023) Shape detection beyond the visual field using a visual-to-auditory sensory augmentation device. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 17: 1058617
Aggius-Vella E, Chebat DR, Maidenbaum S, et al. (2023) Activation of human visual area V6 during egocentric navigation with and without visual experience. Current Biology : Cb
Maimon A, Wald IY, Ben Oz M, et al. (2023) The Topo-Speech sensory substitution system as a method of conveying spatial information to the blind and vision impaired. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 16: 1058093
Maimon A, Netzer O, Heimler B, et al. (2023) Testing geometry and 3D perception in children following vision restoring cataract-removal surgery. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 962817
Arend I, Yuen K, Yizhar O, et al. (2022) Gyrification in relation to cortical thickness in the congenitally blind. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 970878
Arbel R, Heimler B, Amedi A. (2022) Face shape processing visual-to-auditory sensory substitution activates regions within the face processing networks in the absence of visual experience. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 16: 921321
Maimon A, Yizhar O, Buchs G, et al. (2022) A case study in phenomenology of visual experience with retinal prosthesis versus visual-to-auditory sensory substitution. Neuropsychologia. 173: 108305
Arbel R, Heimler B, Amedi A. (2022) Congenitally blind adults can learn to identify face-shapes via auditory sensory substitution and successfully generalize some of the learned features. Scientific Reports. 12: 4330
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