Impaired pitch perception and memory in congenital amusia: The deficit starts in the auditory cortex
, 0(136), pp 1639-1661, 2013 - P3
Does tonality boost short-term memory in congenital amusia ?
, 1537, pp 224-232, 2013 - P3
The representation of audiovisual regularities in the human brain
J Cogn Neurosci.
, 25(3), pp 365-373, 2013 - P3
From action to interaction: exploring the contribution of body motion cues to social understanding in typical development and in autism spectrum disorders
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
, 43(5), pp 1140-1150, 2013 - P4
Brain correlates of automatic visual change detection
, 75, pp 117-122, 2013 - P4
Oscillatory activity of the human cerebellum: the intracranial electrocerebellogram revisited
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
, 37(4), pp 585-593, 2013
Perfumers' expertise induces structural reorganization in olfactory brain regions
, 68, pp 55-62, 2013 - P1
Neurophysiological evaluation of cortical excitability in migraine: a review of the literature
Rev Neurol (Paris)
, 169(5), pp 427-435, 2013 - P6
Brain reactivity differentiates subjects with high and low dream recall frequencies during both sleep and wakefulness
, 2, pp 1-10, 2013 - P5
Good practice for conducting and reporting MEG research.
, 65, pp 349-363, 2013 - P1
Left auditory cortex dysfunction in hallucinating patients with schizophrenia: An MEG study.
, 124(4), pp 823-824, 2013 - P1
Dejerine's reading area revisited with intracranial EEG: Selective responses to letter strings.
, 80(6), pp 602-603, 2013 - P2
Alpha-band suppression in the visual word form area as a functional bottleneck to consciousness
, 78, pp 33-45, 2013 - P2
Discrimination between biological motion with and without social intention: A pilot study using visual scanning in healthy adults
Int J Psychophysiol
, 88(1), pp 47-54, 2013 - P4
What would be the benefits of a collaboration between psychoanalysis and cognitive neuroscience ? The opinion of a neuroscientist
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
, 7, pp 1-3, 2013 - P5
Alpha reactivity to first names differs in subjects with high and low dream recall frequency
, 4(419), pp in press, 2013 - P3 - P5 - P6