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Alessio Fracasso
Alessio Fracasso
Insitute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Dirección de correo verificada de glasgow.ac.uk
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Topographic representations of object size and relationships with numerosity reveal generalized quantity processing in human parietal cortex
BM Harvey, A Fracasso, N Petridou, SO Dumoulin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (44), 13525-13530, 2015
1562015
Ultra-high field MRI: Advancing systems neuroscience towards mesoscopic human brain function
SO Dumoulin, A Fracasso, W van der Zwaag, JCW Siero, N Petridou
Neuroimage 168, 345-357, 2018
1442018
Laminar imaging of positive and negative BOLD in human visual cortex at 7 T
A Fracasso, PR Luijten, SO Dumoulin, N Petridou
Neuroimage 164, 100-111, 2018
932018
Systematic variation of population receptive field properties across cortical depth in human visual cortex
A Fracasso, N Petridou, SO Dumoulin
Neuroimage 139, 427-438, 2016
642016
Unseen complex motion is modulated by attention and generates a visible aftereffect
L Kaunitz, A Fracasso, D Melcher
Journal of vision 11 (13), 10-10, 2011
632011
Lines of Baillarger in vivo and ex vivo: Myelin contrast across lamina at 7 T MRI and histology
A Fracasso, SJ van Veluw, F Visser, PR Luijten, W Spliet, ...
NeuroImage 133, 163-175, 2016
562016
Continuous perception of motion and shape across saccadic eye movements
A Fracasso, A Caramazza, D Melcher
Journal of vision 10 (13), 14-14, 2010
512010
A network of topographic maps in human association cortex hierarchically transforms visual timing-selective responses
BM Harvey, SO Dumoulin, A Fracasso, JM Paul
Current Biology 30 (8), 1424-1434. e6, 2020
462020
Spatiotopic updating facilitates perception immediately after saccades
JH Fabius, A Fracasso, S Van der Stigchel
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
402016
Cortical depth dependent population receptive field attraction by spatial attention in human V1
BP Klein, A Fracasso, JA van Dijk, CLE Paffen, SF Te Pas, SO Dumoulin
NeuroImage 176, 301-312, 2018
342018
The neurobiological correlates of gaze perception in healthy individuals and neurologic patients
S Battaglia, JH Fabius, K Moravkova, A Fracasso, S Borgomaneri
Biomedicines 10 (3), 627, 2022
302022
Non-conscious processing of motion coherence can boost conscious access
L Kaunitz, A Fracasso, A Lingnau, D Melcher
PLoS One 8 (4), e60787, 2013
282013
In vivo evidence of functional and anatomical stripe-based subdivisions in human V2 and V3
SO Dumoulin, BM Harvey, A Fracasso, W Zuiderbaan, PR Luijten, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
272017
Distortion-matched T1 maps and unbiased T1-weighted images as anatomical reference for high-resolution fMRI
W van der Zwaag, PF Buur, A Fracasso, T van Doesum, K Uludağ, ...
NeuroImage 176, 41-55, 2018
242018
Waves of visibility: probing the depth of inter-ocular suppression with transient and sustained targets
LN Kaunitz, A Fracasso, M Skujevskis, D Melcher
Frontiers in psychology 5, 804, 2014
242014
Neural correlates of egocentric and allocentric frames of reference combined with metric and non-metric spatial relations
F Ruotolo, G Ruggiero, M Raemaekers, T Iachini, IJM Van der Ham, ...
Neuroscience 409, 235-252, 2019
232019
Remapping of the line motion illusion across eye movements
D Melcher, A Fracasso
Experimental brain research 218 (4), 503-514, 2012
212012
Time course of spatiotopic updating across saccades
JH Fabius, A Fracasso, TCW Nijboer, S Van der Stigchel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (6), 2027-2032, 2019
202019
Gaze-contingent flicker pupil perimetry detects scotomas in patients with cerebral visual impairments or glaucoma
M Naber, C Roelofzen, A Fracasso, DP Bergsma, M Van Genderen, ...
Frontiers in neurology 9, 558, 2018
192018
Linear systems analysis for laminar fMRI: Evaluating BOLD amplitude scaling for luminance contrast manipulations
JA van Dijk, A Fracasso, N Petridou, SO Dumoulin
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-15, 2020
182020
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