Minye Zhan
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Neural correlates of body and face perception following bilateral destruction of the primary visual cortices
J Van den Stock, M Tamietto, M Zhan, A Heinecke, A Hervais-Adelman, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 8, 30, 2014
The body as a tool for anger awareness—differential effects of angry facial and bodily expressions on suppression from awareness
M Zhan, R Hortensius, B de Gelder
PloS one 10 (10), e0139768, 2015
Being the victim of virtual abuse changes default mode network responses to emotional expressions
S Seinfeld, M Zhan, M Poyo-Solanas, G Barsuola, M Vaessen, M Slater, ...
cortex 135, 268-284, 2021
Looking at the face and seeing the whole body. Neural basis of combined face and body expressions
M Poyo Solanas, M Zhan, M Vaessen, R Hortensius, T Engelen, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 13 (1), 135-144, 2018
Dynamic interactions between emotion perception and action preparation for reacting to social threat: a combined cTBS-fMRI study
T Engelen, M Zhan, AT Sack, B de Gelder
eneuro 5 (3), 2018
Looming sensitive cortical regions without V1 input: evidence from a patient with bilateral cortical blindness
A Hervais-Adelman, LB Legrand, M Zhan, M Tamietto, B De Gelder, ...
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 9, 51, 2015
Ventral and dorsal pathways relate differently to visual awareness of body postures under continuous flash suppression
M Zhan, R Goebel, B de Gelder
eneuro 5 (1), 2018
Interleukin‐2 enhances dendritic development and spinogenesis in cultured hippocampal neurons
Y Shen, SS Liu, MY Zhan, JH Luo, LJ Zhu
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary …, 2010
Threat anticipation in pulvinar and in superficial layers of primary visual cortex (V1). Evidence from layer-specific ultra-high field 7T fMRI
A Koizumi, M Zhan, H Ban, I Kida, F De Martino, MJ Vaessen, B de Gelder, ...
eneuro 6 (6), 2019
Influence of continuous flash suppression mask frequency on stimulus visibility
M Zhan, T Engelen, B de Gelder
Neuropsychologia 128, 65-72, 2019
Unconscious fearful body perception enhances discrimination of conscious anger expressions under continuous flash suppression
M Zhan, B de Gelder
Neuropsychologia 128, 325-331, 2019
Classical paintings may trigger pain and pleasure in the gendered brain
B de Gelder, R Watson, M Zhan, M Diano, M Tamietto, MJ Vaessen
cortex 109, 171-180, 2018
Reorganization of sound location processing in the auditory cortex of blind humans
K van der Heijden, E Formisano, G Valente, M Zhan, R Kupers, ...
Cerebral Cortex 30 (3), 1103-1116, 2020
The influence of conscious and unconscious body threat expressions on motor evoked potentials studied with continuous flash suppression
T Engelen, M Zhan, AT Sack, B Gelder
Frontiers in Neuroscience 12, 480, 2018
Looking beyond indirect lesion network mapping of prosopagnosia: direct measures required
MA Bobes, J Van den Stock, M Zhan, M Valdes-Sosa, B de Gelder
Brain 144 (9), e75-e75, 2021
Inconsistencies in atlas-based volumetric measures of the human nucleus basalis of Meynert: A need for high-resolution alternatives
Y Wang, M Zhan, A Roebroeck, P De Weerd, S Kashyap, MJ Roberts
NeuroImage 259, 119421, 2022
Ultra-high field fMRI of visual mental imagery in typical imagers and aphantasic individuals
J Liu, M Zhan, D Hajhajate, A Spagna, S Dehaene, L Cohen, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.06. 14.544909, 2023
Does the visual word form area split in bilingual readers? A millimeter-scale 7-T fMRI study
M Zhan, C Pallier, A Agrawal, S Dehaene, L Cohen
Science Advances 9 (14), eadf6140, 2023
The power of tears: Observers’ brain responses show that tears provide unambiguous signals independent of scene context
A Tursic, M Vaessen, M Zhan, AJJM Vingerhoets, B de Gelder
Neuroimage: Reports 2 (3), 100105, 2022
Subjective understanding of actions and emotions involves the interplay of the semantic and action observation networks in the brain
M Zhan, RW Goebel, B de Gelder
BioRxiv, 2021
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