Yulia Revina
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A combined electrophysiological and morphological study of neuropeptide Y–expressing inhibitory interneurons in the spinal dorsal horn of the mouse
N Iwagaki, RP Ganley, AC Dickie, E Polgár, DI Hughes, P Del Rio, ...
Pain 157 (3), 598-612, 2016
Cortical feedback signals generalise across different spatial frequencies of feedforward inputs
Y Revina, LS Petro, L Muckli
Neuroimage 180, 280-290, 2018
Duration judgments over multiple elements
I Ayhan, Y Revina, A Bruno, A Johnston
Frontiers in psychology 3, 459, 2012
Stronger perceptual filling-in of spatiotemporal information in the blind spot compared with artificial gaps
Y Revina, GW Maus
Journal of vision 20 (4), 20-20, 2020
Meaningful feedback to occluded V1 is improved by increasing local information in the surround
Y Revina, L Petro, C Denk-Florea, S Blum, N Kriegeskorte, L Muckli
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 572-572, 2016
Specificity of pain prediction signals in the human spinal cord
Y Revina, A Dabbagh, U Horn, F Eippert
OSF, 2023
Perception: A predictive processing perspective (half-day workshop)
F Eippert, Y Revina
11th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, 2022
Perception: A predictive processing perspective
Y Revina, F Eippert
11th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, 2022
Increased region of surround stimulation enhances contextual feedback and feedforward processing in human V1
Y Revina, LS Petro, CB Denk-Florea, IS Rao, L Muckli
bioRxiv, 2021.02. 27.433018, 2021
Curvature of real and illusory contours across the blind spot and artificial gaps
Y Revina, MT Chay, N Koh, GW Maus
Journal of Vision 20 (11), 477-477, 2020
Comparing filling-in of spatiotemporal patterns in the blind spot, under occlusion, and across artificial scotomata
Y Revina, G Maus
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 804, 2018
Influence of scene surround on cortical feedback to non-stimulated primary visual cortex
Y Revina
University of Glasgow, 2017
Feedback signals from the local surround are combined with feedforward information in human V1
Y Revina, L Petro, S Blum, N Kriegeskorte, L Muckli
PERCEPTION 45, 47-48, 2016
Increased stimulation of the non-classical receptive field region results in more information in occluded V1
Y Revina, LS Petro, C Denk-Florea, L Muckli
PERCEPTION 44, 370-370, 2015
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