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Lucia  M Vaina
Lucia M Vaina
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and of Graduate Program in Neuroscience
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Functional neuroanatomy of biological motion perception in humans
LM Vaina, J Solomon, S Chowdhury, P Sinha, JW Belliveau
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (20), 11656-11661, 2001
6772001
Representation and recognition of the movements of shapes
D Marr, L Vaina
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B. Biological Sciences …, 1982
3531982
Intact “biological motion” and “structure from motion” perception in a patient with impaired motion mechanisms: A case study
LM Vaina, M Lemay, DC Bienfang, AY Choi, K Nakayama
Visual neuroscience 5 (4), 353-369, 1990
3491990
Two stages of visual processing for radial and circular motion
MC Morrone, DC Burr, LM Vaina
Nature 376 (6540), 507-509, 1995
2921995
Mapping the signal‐to‐noise‐ratios of cortical sources in magnetoencephalography and electroencephalography
DM Goldenholz, SP Ahlfors, MS Hämäläinen, D Sharon, M Ishitobi, ...
Human brain mapping 30 (4), 1077-1086, 2009
2662009
Large receptive fields for optic flow detection in humans
DC Burr, MC Morrone, LM Vaina
Vision research 38 (12), 1731-1743, 1998
1571998
Selective impairment of visual motion interpretation following lesions of the right occipito-parietal area in humans
LM Vaina
Biological cybernetics 61 (5), 347-359, 1989
1491989
Neural systems underlying learning and representation of global motion
LM Vaina, JW Belliveau, EB Roziers, TA Zeffiro
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (21), 12657-12662, 1998
1411998
Functional segregation of color and motion processing in the human visual cortex: clinical evidence
LM Vaina
Cerebral Cortex 4 (5), 555-572, 1994
1411994
Impairment of the perception of second order motion but not first order motion in a patient with unilateral focal brain damage
LM Vaina, A Cowey
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1996
1311996
Visual areas involved in the perception of human movement from dynamic form analysis
L Michels, M Lappe, LM Vaina
Neuroreport 16 (10), 1037-1041, 2005
1122005
The selective impairment of the perception of first-order motion by unilateral cortical brain damage
LM VAINA, N MAKRIS, D KENNEDY, A COWEY
Visual neuroscience 15 (2), 333-348, 1998
1111998
Blindness to form from motion despite intact static form perception and motion detection
A Cowey, LM Vaina
Neuropsychologia 38 (5), 566-578, 2000
1052000
Regional cerebral correlates of global motion perception: evidence from unilateral cerebral brain damage
LM Vaina, A Cowey, RT Eskew Jr, M LeMay, T Kemper
Brain 124 (2), 310-321, 2001
892001
Perception of first‐and second‐order motion: Separable neurological mechanisms?
LM Vaina, A Cowey, D Kennedy
Human brain mapping 7 (1), 67-77, 1999
871999
Perceptual deficits in patients with impaired recognition of biological motion after temporal lobe lesions
LM Vaina, CG Gross
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (48), 16947-16951, 2004
812004
Learning to ignore: Psychophysics and computational modeling of fast learning of direction in noisy motion stimuli
LM Vaina, V Sundareswaran, JG Harris
Cognitive Brain Research 2 (3), 155-163, 1995
791995
Complex motion perception and its deficits
LM Vaina
Current opinion in neurobiology 8 (4), 494-502, 1998
771998
The perception and discrimination of speed in complex motion
CWG Clifford, SA Beardsley, LM Vaina
Vision research 39 (13), 2213-2227, 1999
701999
Object structure and action requirements: A compatibility model for functional recognition
LM Vaina, MC Jaulent
International Journal of Intelligent Systems 6 (3), 313-336, 1991
671991
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