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''[[http://jov.arvojournals.org|Measurement of crosstalk in stereoscopic display systems used for vision research.]] <<BR>>Daniel Baker, Milena Kaestner & '''André Gouws'''. <<BR>>Journal of Vision. October 2016, In Press.''
Welcome to York Neuroimaging Centre
Established early in 2005, we are a NeuroImaging research centre servicing the requirements of a number of departments of the University of York. Thanks to a number of grants and contributions, the centre has been able to invest extensively in technologies to help us to better understand the chemistry, physiology and psychology of human brain function.
On September the 1st, 2016, Professor Tony Morland became the new Director of the Imaging centre. Professor Alex Wade takes over as co-Director.
The new MRI scanner has arrived and is currently being commissioned.
A Direct Demonstration of Functional Differences between Subdivisions of Human V5/MT+.
Samantha L Strong, Edward Silson, André Gouws, Antony B Morland, Declan J. McKeefry.
Cerebral Cortex · October 2016, In Press.
Measurement of crosstalk in stereoscopic display systems used for vision research.
Daniel Baker, Milena Kaestner & André Gouws.
Journal of Vision. October 2016, In Press.
An Orientation Dependent Size Illusion Is Underpinned by Processing in the Extrastriate Visual Area, LO1.
Kyriaki Mikellidou, André D. Gouws, Hannah Clawson, Peter Thompson, Antony B. Morland, Bruce D. Keefe.
i-Perception. September 2016
Charting the effects of TMS with fMRI: Modulation of cortical recruitment within the distributed network supporting semantic control.
Glyn P. Hallam, Carin Whitney, Mark Hymers, Andre D. Gouws, Elizabeth Jefferies.
Neuropsychologia. In Press, Available online 17 September 2016
Neural response to modulating the probability that actions of self or other result in auditory tones: A parametric fMRI study into causal ambiguity.
Christophe E. de Bezenac, Vanessa Sluming, Andre Gouws, Rhiannon Corcoran.
Biological Psychology http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2016.07.003
Multivariate Patterns in the Human Object-Processing Pathway Reveal a Shift from Retinotopic to Shape Curvature Representations in Lateral Occipital Areas, LO-1 and LO-2.
Vernon RJ, Gouws AD, Lawrence SJ, Wade AR, Morland AB.
Journal of Neuroscience. 2016 May 25;36(21):5763-74. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3603-15.2016.