Locked History Attachments




177. A Simple Route to Strong Carbon-13 NMR Signals Detectable for Several Minutes..
Roy, Soumya S. and Norcott, Philip and Rayner, Peter J. and Green, Gary G. R. and Duckett, Simon B.
accepted for publication in Chemistry - A European Journal

176. Achieving High Levels of NMR-Hyperpolarization in Aqueous Media With Minimal Catalyst Contamination Using SABRE..
Iali, Wissam and Olaru, Alexandra M. and Green, Gary G. R. and Duckett, Simon B.
accepted for publication in Chemistry - A European Journal

175. Harnessing polarisation transfer to indazole and imidazole through signal amplification by reversible exchange to improve their NMR detectability..
Fekete, Marianna and Rayner, Peter J. and Green, Gary G. R. and Duckett, Simon B.
accepted for publication in Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry

174. Delivering strong 1H nuclear hyperpolarization levels and long magnetic lifetimes through signal amplification by reversible exchange..
Peter J. Rayner, Michael J. Burns, Alexandra M. Olaru, Philip Norcott, Marianna Fekete, Gary G. R. Green, Louise A. R. Highton, Ryan E. Mewis, and Simon B. Duckett
PNAS 114(16) ppE3188-E3194

173. Magnified neural envelope coding predicts deficits in speech perception in noise.
Millman, R. E., Mattys, S., Gouws, A. & Prendergast, G.
Accepted for publication in Journal of Neuroscience.

172. Differences in selectivity to natural images in early visual areas (V1–V3).
David D. Coggan, Luke A. Allen, Oliver R. H. Farrar, Andre D. Gouws, Antony B. Morland, Daniel H. Baker
May 2017, Scientific Reports

171. Individual variation in intentionality in the mind-wandering state is reflected in the integration of the default-mode, fronto-parietal, and limbic networks.
Golchert, J., Smallwood, J., Jefferies, E., Seli, P., Huntenburg, J. M., Liem, F., Lauckner, M. E., Oligschläger, S., Bernhardt, B. C., Villringer, A. & Margulies, D. S.
1 Feb 2017,

170. Oscillatory Dynamics Supporting Semantic Cognition: MEG Evidence for the Contribution of the Anterior Temporal Lobe Hub and Modality-Specific Spokes.
Mollo, G., Cornelissen, P. L., Millman, R. E., Ellis, A. W. & Jefferies, E.
11 Jan 2017,
PloS One

169. Tracking thoughts: Exploring the neural architecture of mental time travel during mind-wandering.
Karapanagiotidis, T., Bernhardt, B. C., Jefferies, E. & Smallwood, J.
15 Feb 2017


168. Evidence for an optimal algorithm underlying signal combination in human visual cortex.
Baker, D. H. & Wade, A. R. P.
Dec 2016,
Cerebral Cortex

167. Decoding eye-of-origin outside of awareness.
Baker, D. H.
Dec 2016,

166. Down but not out in posterior cingulate cortex: Deactivation yet functional coupling with prefrontal cortex during demanding semantic cognition..
Krieger-Redwood, K., Jefferies, E., Karapanagiotidis, T., Seymour, R., Nunes, A., Ang, J. W. A., Majernikova, V., Mollo, G. & Smallwood, J.
Neuroimage, Nov 2016

165. SABRE hyperpolarisation of vitamin B3 as a function of pH..
A. M. Olaru, M. J. Burns, G. G. R. Green and S. B. Duckett
accepted for publication in
Chemical Science

164. Long-lived states to sustain SABRE hyperpolarised magnetisation..
Roy, S.S., Rayner, P. J., Norcott, P., Green, G.G.R., Duckett, S.B. 
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2016; 18: 24905

163. A Hyperpolarizable 1H Magnetic Resonance Probe for Signal Detection 15 Minutes after Spin Polarization Storage..
Soumya Roy, Philip Norcott, Peter J. Rayner, Gary G. R. Green, Simon B. Duckett 
Angewandte Chemie 128(50) pp15871-15874

162. Iridium Cyclooctene Complex Forms a Hyperpolarization Transfer Catalyst Before Converting to a Binuclear C-H Bond Activation Product Responsible for Hydrogen Isotope Exchange..
Wissam Iali, Gary G. R. Green, Sam J. Hart, Adrian C. Whitwood, and Simon B. Duckett 
Inorganic Chemistry 55(2) pp 11639–11643

161. Using signal amplification by reversible exchange (SABRE) to hyperpolarise 119Sn and 29Si NMR nuclei..
Alexandra M. Olaru, Alister Burt, Peter J. Rayner, Sam J. Hart, Adrian C. Whitwood, Gary G. R. Green and Simon B. Duckett 
Chemical Communications 53 pp14482-14485.

160. 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.

159. 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

158. 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

157. 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

156. 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.

155. Creating a hyperpolarised pseudo singlet state through polarisation transfer from parahydrogen under SABRE.
Alexandra M. Olaru, Soumya S. Roy, Lyrelle S. Lloyd, Steven Coombes, Gary G. R. Green and Simon B. Duckett.
accepted for publication in
Chemical Communications

154. Using magnetic resonance imaging to assess visual deficits: a review.
Holly D. H. Brown, Rachel L. Woodall, Rebecca E. Kitching, Heidi A. Baseler and Antony B. Morland.
Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 2016; 36: 240–265

153. Category-selective patterns of neural response in the ventral visual pathway in the absence of categorical information.
David D. Coggan, Wanling Liu, Daniel H. Baker, Timothy J. Andrews.
accepted for publication in

152. Synaesthesia and brain rhythms: a magnetoencephalography beamformer study.
Aziz UR Asghar, Michael Simpson, Tom McGlashan, Valentino Pironti, MaInorganic Chemistry 55(2) pp 11639–11643ribel Pulgarin, Angel Nevado, William Woods, Gary G Green, Mary J Spiller, Julia Simner, Ashok S Jansari .
accepted for publication in

151. Exploring the role of the posterior middle temporal gyrus in semantic cognition: Integration of anterior temporal lobe with goal-oriented cognition.
James Davey, Hannah E. Thompson, Glyn Hallam, Theodoros Karapanagiotidis, Charlotte Murphy, Irene De Caso, Katya Krieger-Redwood, Boris C. Bernhardt, Jonathan Smallwood, Elizabeth Jefferies.
accepted for publication in

150. Molecular MRI in the Earth's Magnetic Field using Continuous Hyperpolarization of a Biomolecule in Water.
Rovedo, Philipp; Knecht, Stephan; Bäumlisberger, Tim; Cremer, Anna Lena; Duckett, Simon; Mewis, Ryan; Green, Gary; Burns, Michael; Rayner, Peter; Leibfritz, Dieter; Korvink, Jan; Hennig, Jürgen; Pütz, Gerhard; von Elverfeldt, Dominik; Hövener, Jan-Bernd.
accepted for publication in
The Journal of Physical Chemistry

149. Modelling the perceptual similarity of facial expressions from image statistics and neural responses.
Mladen Sormaz, David M. Watson, William A.P. Smith, Andrew W. Young, Timothy J. Andrews.
Neuroimage 129(1)pp64-71

148. Representing Representation: Integration between the Temporal Lobe and the Posterior Cingulate Influences the Content and Form of Spontaneous Thought.
Jonathan Smallwood, Theodoros Karapanagiotidis, Florence Ruby, Barbara Medea, Irene de Caso, Mahiko Konishi, Hao-Ting Wang, Glyn Hallam, Daniel S. Margulies, Elizabeth Jefferies.
PLoS ONE. 11(4): e0152272.

147. Surface-Based Analyses of Anatomical Properties of the Visual Cortex in Macular Degeneration.
Prins D, Plank T, Baseler HA, Gouws AD, Beer A, Morland AB, Greenlee MW, Cornelissen FW.
PLoS One. 2016 Jan 20;11(1)


146. Automatic and Controlled Semantic Retrieval: TMS Reveals Distinct Contributions of Posterior Middle Temporal Gyrus and Angular Gyrus.
Davey J, Cornelissen PL, Thompson HE, Sonkusare S, Hallam G, Smallwood J, Jefferies E.
J. Neurosci 35(46) pp15230-9

145. Patterns of neural response in scene-selective regions of the human brain are affected by low-level manipulations of spatial frequency
David M. Watson, Mark Hymers, Tom Hartley and Tim J. Andrews
Neuroimage 124 pp107-117

144. Distinct but Overlapping Patterns of Response to Words and Faces in the Fusiform Gyrus.
Richard J. Harris, Grace E. Rice, Andrew W. Young and Timothy J. Andrews
accepted for publication in Cerebral Cortex

143. MEG Adaptation Resolves the Spatiotemporal Characteristics of Face-Sensitive Brain Responses.
Michael I.G. Simpson, Sam R. Johnson, Garreth Prendergast, Athanasios V. Kokkinakis, Eileanoir Johnson, Gary G.R. Green, and Patrick J. Johnston
Journal of Neuroscience 35(45) pp15088-15096

142. Activity in the right fusiform face area predicts the behavioural advantage for the perception of familiar faces.
Weibert K and Andrews TJ
Neuropsychologia 75 pp588-696

141. Brain networks underlying bistable perception.
Daniel H. Baker, Theodoros Karapanagiotidis, David D. Coggan, Kirstie Wailes-Newson & Jonathan Smallwood
Neuroimage 119 pp229-234

140. Magnetoencephalography to investigate central perception of exercise-induced breathlessness in people with chronic lung disease: a feasibility pilot.
Miriam J. Johnson, Michael I.G. Simpson, David C. Currow, Rebecca E. Millman, Simon P. Hart & Gary Green
BMJ Open 2015;5:e007535

139. Comparison of crosstalk for several methods of stereoscopic presentation.
Baker, D.H., Kaestner, M. & Gouws, A.
Perception, 44(4): 455.

138. Catalytic Transfer of Magnetism Using a Neutral Iridium Phenoxide Complex.
Ruddlesden, A. J., Mewis, R. E., Green, G. G. R., Whitwood, A. C. & Duckett, S. B.
Organometallics 34(12) pp2997-3006

137. Deactivation of signal amplification by reversible exchange catalysis, progress towards in vivo application.
Ryan E Mewis, Marianna Fekete, Gary GR Green, Adrian C. Whitwood & Simon B Duckett
Chemical Communications 51 pp9857-9859

136. Investigating pyridazine and phthalazine exchange in a series of iridium complexes in order to define their role in the catalytic transfer of magnetisation from para-hydrogen.
Appleby, K. M., Mewis, R. E., Olaru, A., Green, G. G. R., Fairlamb, I. J. S. & Duckett, S. B
Chemical Science 6 pp3981-3993

135. Improving the hyperpolarization of (31)p nuclei by synthetic design.
Burns, Michael J, Rayner, Peter J, Green, Gary G R, Highton, Louise A R, Mewis, Ryan E & Duckett, Simon B
J. Phys. Chem. B 119(15) pp5020-5027

134. The neural correlates of semantic richness: Evidence from an fMRI study of word learning.
Ferreira, R.A., Gobel, S.M., Hymers, M., Ellis, A.W.
Brain and Language 143 pp69-80

133. Utilisation of water soluble iridium catalysts for Signal Amplification by Reversible Exchange.
Marianna Fekete , Clémentine Gibard , Gordon J Dear , Gary GR Green , Alexander J. J. Hooper , Andrew D Roberts , Federico Cisnetti and Simon B Duckett
Dalton Trans 44 pp7870-7880

132. Conceptual control across modalities: graded specialisation for pictures and words in inferior frontal and posterior temporal cortex.
Krieger-Redwood, K. Teige, C., Davey, J., Hymers, M., Jefferies, E.
Neuropsychologia 76 pp92-107

131. Responses in the Right Posterior Superior Temporal Sulcus Show a Feature-Based Response to Facial Expression.
Flack, T.R., Andrews, T.J., Hymers, M., Al-Mosaiwi, M., Marsden, S.P., Strachan, J.W.A., Trakulpipat, C., Wang, L., Wu, T. and Young, A.W.
Cortex 69 pp14-23


130. Modeling the Vocal Tract Transfer Function Using a 3D Digital Waveguide Mesh.
Speed, M., Murphy, D. & Howard, D.
Audio, Speech and Language processing 22(2) pp453-464

129. Strategies for the Hyperpolarization of Acetonitrile and Related Ligands by SABRE.
Ryan E. Mewis, Richard A. Green, Martin C. R. Cockett, Michael J. Cowley, Simon B. Duckett, Gary G. R. Green, Richard O. John, Peter J. Rayner & David C. Williamson
J. Phys. Chem. B 119(4) pp1416-1424

128. Hyperpolarisation through reversible interactions with parahydrogen.
Lyrelle S. Lloyd, Aziz Asghar, Michael J. Burns, Adrian Charlton, Steven Coombes, Michael J. Cowley, Gordon J. Dear, Simon B. Duckett, Georgi R. Genov, Gary G. R. Green, Louise A. R. Highton, Alexander J. J. Hooper, Majid Khan, Iman G. Khazal, Richard. J. Lewis, Ryan E. Mewis, Andrew D. Roberts & Amy J. Ruddlesden.
Catal. Sci. Technol. 4 pp3544-3554

127. TMS interferes with lexical-semantic retrieval in left inferior frontal gyrus and posterior middle temporal gyrus: Evidence from cyclical picture naming.
Katya Krieger-Redwood & Elizabeth Jefferies
Neuropsychologia 64 pp24–32

126. Neural mechanisms underlying song and speech perception can be differentiated using an illusory percept.
Mark Hymers, Garreth Prendergast, Can Liu, Anja Schulze, Michellie L. Young, Stephen J. Wastling, Gareth J Barker & Rebecca E. Millman
Neuroimage 108 pp225-233

125. The reaction of an iridium PNP complex with parahydrogen facilitates polarisation transfer without chemical change.
Holmes, A.J., Rayner, P.J., Cowley, M.J., Green, G.G.R., Whitwood, A.C. & Duckett, S.B.
Dalton Trans. 44(3) pp1077-83

124. The N170 observed “in the wild”: robust event-related potentials to faces in cluttered dynamic visual scenes.
Johnston, P., Molyneux, R. & Young, A.
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 10(7) pp938-944

123. The role of phase-locking to the temporal envelope of speech in auditory perception and speech intelligibility
Rebecca E. Millman, Sam Johnson and Garreth Prendergast.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27(3) pp533-545

122. On the Role of Suppression in Spatial Attention: Evidence from negative BOLD in human subcortical and cortical structures
Gouws, A.D., Alvarez,I., Watson, D.M., Uesaki, M., Rodgers, J. and Morland, A.B.
The Journal of Neuroscience, 34(31): 10347-10360

121. Hand specific representations in language comprehension.
Moody-Triantis, C., Humphreys, G. F. & Gennari, S. P.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, art. 360

120. Probing signal amplification by reversible exchange using an NMR flow system.
Mewis RE, Atkinson KD, Cowley MJ, Duckett SB, Green GG, Green RA, Highton LA, Kilgour D, Lloyd LS, Lohman JA & Williamson DC.
Magn Reson Chem. 52(7) pp358-69.

119. Patterns of response to visual scenes are linked to the low-level properties of the image
Watson, D.M., Hartley, T. & Andrews T.J.
Neuroimage 99(1) pp402-410

118. Low-level image properties of visual objects predict patterns of neural response across category-selective regions of the ventral visual pathway
Rice GE, Watson DM, Hartley T & Andrews TJ
Journal of Neuroscience 34(26) pp8837-44

117. Humans are not fooled by size illusions in attractiveness judgements
Bateson, M., Tovee, M.J., George, H.R., Gouws, A. & Cornelissen, P.L.
Evolution and Human Behaviour 35(2) pp 133-139

116. Brain regions involved in processing facial identity and expression are differentially selective for surface and edge information
Harris R.J., Young A.W. & Andrews T.J.
Neuroimage 97 pp217-23

115. Potentiation of the early visual response to learned danger signals in adults and adolescents
Levita L, Howsley P, Jordan J,& Johnston P.
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 10(2) pp269-277

114. Neural responses to expression and gaze in the posterior superior temporal sulcus interact with facial identity
Baseler HA, Harris RJ, Young AW & Andrews TJ
Cerebral Cortex 24(3) pp 737-744

113. The Behavioural Inhibition System, anxiety and hippocampal volume in a non-clinical population.
Levita L., Bois C., Healey A., Smyllie E., Papakonstantinou E., Hartley T. & Lever C.
Biology of Mood & Anxiety Disorders 4:4

112. Source localization with MEG data: A beamforming approach based on covariance thresholding.
Zhang J, Liu C, & Green G.
Biometrics 70(1) pp 121-131

111. Early activity in Broca's area during reading reflects fast access to articulatory codes from print
Klein, M., Grainger, J. Wheat, K. L., Millman, R. E., Simpson, M. I. G, Hansen, P. C., Cornelissen, P. L.
Cerebral Cortex 25(7) pp1715-1723

110. Competitive mechanisms in sentence processing: common and distinct production and reading comprehension networks linked to the prefrontal cortex.
Humphreys, G. F. & Gennari. S. P.
Neuroimage 84, 354-366.

109. The Thatcher Illusion Reveals Orientation Dependence in Brain Regions Involved in Processing Facial Expressions
Psalta, L. Young, A.W., Thompson, P. & Andrews, T.J.
Psychological Science 25: 128-136

108. Dynamic stimuli demonstrate a categorical representation of facial expression in the amygdala.
Harris RJ, Young AW & Andrews TJ
Neuropsychologia 56: 47-52

107. Toward Biocompatible Nuclear Hyperpolarization Using Signal Amplification by Reversible Exchange: Quantitative in Situ Spectroscopy and High-Field Imaging.
Hövener, J-B., Schwaderlapp, N., Borowiak, R., Lickert, T., Duckett, S.B., Mewis, R.E., Adams, R.W., Burns, M.J., Highton, L.A.R., Green, G.G.R., Olaru, A., Hennig, J., & von Elverfeldt, D.
Analytical Chemistry 86(3) pp1767-1774

106. Altered Amygdala Connectivity Within the Social Brain in Schizophrenia.
Mukherjee, P.,Whalley, H.C., McKirdy, J.W., Sprengelmeyer, R., Young, A.W., McIntosh, A.M., Lawrie, S.M. & Hall, J.
Schizophrenia Bulletin 40(1) pp152-160


105. Left parietal TMS disturbs priming between symbolic and non-symbolic number representations
Sasanguie, D., Göbel, S.M., & Reynvoet, B.
Neuropsychologia, 51(8), 1528-1533.

104. Facial emotion modulates the neural mechanisms responsible for short interval time perception.
Tipples J., Brattan V. & Johnston P.
Brain Topography 28(1) pp104-112

103. A hyperpolarized equilibrium for magnetic resonance.
Hövener, J-B., Schwaderlapp, N., Lickert, T., Duckett, S.B., Mewis, R.E., Highton, L.A.R., Kenny, S.M., Green, G.G.R., Leibfritz, D., Korvink, J.G., Hennig, J., & von Elverfeldt, D.
Nature Communications 4 article number 2946

102. The Selective Role of Premotor Cortex in Speech Perception: A Contribution to Phoneme Judgements but not Speech Comprehension.
Krieger-Redwood, K., Gaskell, M.G., Lindsay, S., & Jefferies, E.
J.Cognitive Neuroscience 25(12) pp2179-2188

101. Semantic control and modality: An input processing deficit in aphasia leading to deregulated semantic cognition in a single modality.
Thompson, HE & Jefferies, E
Neuropsychologia 51 (10) pp1998-2015

100. Brain networks subserving the evaluation of static and dynamic facial expressions.
Johnston, P., Mayes, A., Hughes, M. & Young, A.W.
Cortex Cortex 49 (9) pp2462-2472

99. Interactions between visual and semantic processing during object recognition revealed by modulatory effects of age of acquisition.
Urooj, U., Cornelissen, P.L., Simpson, M.I., Wheat, K.L., Woods, W., Barca, L. & Ellis, A.W.
Neuroimage 87, pp252 - 264

98. Differential patterns of prefrontal MEG activation during verbal & visual encoding and retrieval.
Prendergast, G., Limbrick-Oldfield, E., Ingamells, E., Gathercole, S., Baddeley, A. & Green, G.
PLoS ONE 8(12): e82936

97. Neural substrates of figurative language during natural speech perception: an fMRI study.
Nagels, A., Kauschke, C., Schrauf, J., Whitney, C., Straube, B. & Kircher, T
Frontiers in Behavioural Neuroscience 7 article number 121

96. Neural correlation of successful cognitive behaviour therapy for spider phobia: A magnetoencephalography study.
Barry Wright, Ben Alderson-Day, Garreth Prendergast, Juliette Kennedy, Sophie Bennett, Mary Docherty, Clare Whitton, Laura Manea, Andre Gouws, Heather Tomlinson, Gary Green
Psychiatry Research 214(3) pp444-451

95. Neural responses to facial expressions support the role of the amygdala in processing threat.
Mattavelli, G., Sormaz, M., Flack, T., Asghar, A.U.R., Fan, S., Frey, J., Manssuer, L., Usten, D., Young, A.Y. & Andrews, T.J.
Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 9(11) pp1684-9

94. Optimization of SABRE for polarization of the tuberculosis drugs pyrazinamide and isoniazid.
Zeng, H., Xu, J., Gillen, J., McMahon, M.T., Artemov, D., Tyburn, J., Lohman, J.A., Mewis, R.E., Atkinson, K.D., Green, G.G., Duckett, S.B., & van Zijl, P.C.
J.Magnetic Resonance 237 pp73-78

93. Involvement of Right STS in Audio-Visual Integration for Affective Speech Demonstrated Using MEG.
Hagan C.C., Woods W., Johnson S., Green G.G.R., Young A.W.
PLoS ONE 8(8): e70648.

92. Motion and actions in language: semantic representations in occipito-temporal cortex.
Humphreys, G.F., Newling, K., Jennings, & Gennari, S.P.
Brain and Language 125(1) pp94-105

91. Specialized and independent processing of orientation and shape in visual field maps LO1 and LO2
Silson, E.H., McKeefry, D.J., Rodgers, J., Gouws, A.D., Hymers, M., Morland, A.B.
Nature Neuroscience. 16 pp267-9.

90. Representations of the temporal envelope of sounds in human auditory cortex: Can the results from invasive intracortical "depth" electrode recordings be replicated using non-invasive MEG "virtual electrodes"?
Millman, R. E., Prendergast, G., Hymers, M. & Green, G. G. R.
Neuroimage 64(1) pp 185–196.

89. Auditory Magnetic Evoked Responses
Michael Simpson and Garreth Prendergast.
Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology Vol 10: Disorders of Peripheral and Central Auditory Processing. Chapter 13, 253–270.


88. Neural bases for individual differences in the subjective experience of short durations (less than 2 seconds)
Tipples, J., Brattan, V. and Johnston, P. (2012) PLoS One 8(1): e54669.

87. An association between human hippocampal volume and topographical memory in healthy young adults
Tom Hartley and Rachel Harlow
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6 article number 00338

86. Counterfactuals in action: An fMRI study of counterfactual sentences describing physical effort.
Urrutia, M., Gennari, S. P. & De Vega, M. (2012) Neuropsychologia 50(14) pp 3663-3672.

85. Morphing between expressions dissociates continuous from categorical representations of facial expression in the human brain
Harris RJ, Young AW and Andrews TJ (2012) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109(51) pp 21164–21169

84. Intra- and interhemispheric connectivity between face-selective regions in the human brain.
Davies-Thompson J & Andrews TJ (2012) Journal of Neurophysiology 108: 3087-3095.

83. Oscillatory neuronal dynamics associated with manual acupuncture: a magnetoencephalography study using beamforming analysis
Asghar, A., Johnson, R., Woods, W., Green, G.G.R., Lewith, G. & MacPherson, H. (2012) Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6:303

82. A Robust Implementation of a Kurtosis Beamformer for the Accurate Identification of Epileptogenic Foci.
Prendergast, G., Green, G.G.R., Hymers. M. (2012)
Clinical Neurophysiology 124(4) pp658-666

81. Avoidance of harm and anxiety: A role for the nucleus accumbens.
Levita, L., Hoskin, R. & Champi, S. (2012) NeuroImage 62(1) pp189-198

80. Gamma Activation in Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Typically-Developing Controls When Viewing Emotions on Faces.
Wright B, Alderson-Day B, Prendergast G, Bennett S, Jordan J, Whitton C, Gouws A, Jones N, Attur R, Tomlinson H & Green G. (2012) PLoS ONE 7(7): e41326.

79. Utilization of SABRE derived hyperpolarization to detect low concentration analytes via 1D- and 2D-NMR methods.
Lloyd, Lyrelle; Adams, Ralph; Bernstein, Michael; Coombes, Steven; Duckett, Simon; Green, Gary; Lewis, Richard; Mewis, Ryan; Sleigh, Christopher (2012). Journal of the American Chemical Society 134(31) pp12904-12907

78. Response of face-selective brain regions to trustworthiness and gender of faces.
Mattavelli, Giulia; Andrews, Timothy J; Asghar, Aziz U R; Towler, John R; Young, Andrew W (2012) Neuropsychologia 50(9) pp2205-2211

77. Deficits of semantic control produce absent or reverse frequency effects in comprehension: Evidence from neuropsychology and dual task methodology.
Almaghyuli, A., Thompson, H., Lambon Ralph, M.A., & Jefferies, E.(2012) Neuropsychologia 50(8) pp 1968-79

76. Population Receptive Field Dynamics in Human Visual Cortex.
Haak, K.V,, Cornelissen, F.W., & Morland, A.B. (2012) PLoS One 7(5) article number e37868

75. Image-invariant responses in face-selective regions do not explain the perceptual advantage for familiar face recognition.
Davies-Thompson J, Newling K & Andrews TJ (2012) Cerebral Cortex 23(2): 370-377.

74. Volume conduction effects in brain network inference from electroencephalographic recordings using phase lag index.
Peraza, L.R., Asghar, A.U.R., Green, G., Halliday, D.M. (2012) Journal of Neuroscience Methods 207(2) pp189-199

73. The theory and practice of hyperpolarization in magnetic resonance using parahydrogen.
R.A. Green, R.W. Adams, S.B. Duckett, R.E. Mewis, D.C. Williamson, G.G.R. Green (2012) Progress in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 67: 1-48.

72. Stimulus Variability Affects the Amplitude of the Auditory Steady-State Response.
M.I.G. Simpson, W.P. Woods, G. Prendergast, S.R. Johnson and G.G. R. Green. (2012) PLoS ONE 7(4): e34668

71. Estimation of functional connectivity from electromagnetic signals and amount of empirical data.
Nevado A, Hadjipapas A, Kinsey K, Moratti S, Barnes G, Holliday I, Green G. (2012). Neuroscience Letters 512(1) pp57-61

70. Executive Semantic Processing Is Underpinned by a Large-scale Neural Network: Revealing the Contribution of Left Prefrontal, Posterior Temporal, and Parietal Cortex to Controlled Retrieval and Selection Using TMS.
Carin Whitney, Marie Kirk, Jamie O'Sullivan, Matthew A. Lambon Ralph, and Elizabeth Jefferies (2012) Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24 (1) 133-147

69. The differential contributions of pFC and temporo-parietal cortices to multimodal semantic control: Exploring refractory effects in semantic aphasia.
Gardner, H.E., Lambon Ralph, M.A., Dodds, N., Jones, T., Eshan, S. and Jefferies, E. (2012) Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24 (4), pp 778-793

68. The neural basis of semantic cognition: Converging evidence from neuropsychology, neuroimaging and TMS.
Jefferies, E.(2012)
Cortex 49(3) pp611-625


67. Past, Current and Future Clinical Applications of MEG
Garreth Prendergast and Mark Hymers (2011). Magnetoencephalography, Elizabeth W. Pang (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-255-5, InTech

66. Understanding person perception.
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65. Stereoscopic depth perception during binocular rivalry.
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64. Cross-channel amplitude sweeps are crucial to speech intelligibility
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63. Examining the effects of one- and three-dimensional spatial filtering analyses in magnetoencephalography
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62. Objective Visual Assessment of Anti-Angiogenic Treatment for Wet AMD.
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61. On the mechanisms involved in the recovery of envelope information from temporal fine structure.
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60. Large-scale remapping of visual cortex is absent in adult humans with macular degeneration.
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59. Iridium N-heterocyclic carbene complexes as efficient catalysts for magnetization transfer from parahydrogen.
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58. Time scales of representation in the human brain: weighing past information to predict future events.
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57. Extracting Amplitude Modulations from Speech in the Time Domain.
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56. Analysis of cancer metabolism by imaging hyperpolarized nuclei: Prospects for translation to clinical research.
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55. Non-parametric statistical thresholding of baseline free MEG beamformer images.
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54. Selective detection of hyperpolarised NMR signals derived from para-hydrogen using the Only Para-hydrogen Spectroscopy (OPSY) approach.
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53. Neural Correlates of Abstract Verb Processing.
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52. Functional asymmetries in the representation of noise-vocoded speech.
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51. The neural basis of the right visual field advantage in reading: An MEG analysis using virtual electrodes.
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50. Heterogeneity of the left temporal lobe in semantic representation and control: Priming multiple vs. single meanings of ambiguous words.
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49. Midbrain Activation During Pavlovian Conditioning and Delusional Symptoms in Schizophrenia.
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48. The neural organization of semantic control: TMS evidence for a distributed network in left inferior frontal and posterior middle temporal gyrus.
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47. The role of ventrolateral prefrontal cortex in abstract word comprehension: Convergent neuropsychological and rTMS evidence.
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46. Bayesian model selection maps for group studies.
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45. Temporal dynamics of sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal amplitude modulation.
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44. During visual word recognition phonology is accessed by 100ms and may be mediated by a speech production code: evidence from MEG.
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43. Internal and external features of the face are represented holistically in face-selective regions of visual cortex.
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42. Separate Channels for Processing Form, Texture, and Color: Evidence from fMRI Adaptation and Visual Object Agnosia
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41. Separate Processing of Texture and Form in the Ventral Stream: Evidence from fMRI and Visual Agnosia.
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40. A Bayesian spatio-temporal model for very large data-sets.
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39. Acupuncture needling sensation: the neural correlates of deqi using fMRI.
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38. Neural responses to rigidly moving faces displaying shifts in social attention investigated with fMRI and MEG.
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37. The contribution of human cortical area V3A to the perception of chromatic motion: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study.
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36. Split fovea theory and the role of the two cerebral hemispheres in reading: A review of the evidence.
Ellis, A.W. & Brysbaert, M. (2010) Neuropsychologia 48(2) pp353-365

35. Divided opinions on the split fovea.
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34. Amodal semantic representations depend on both anterior temporal lobes: Evidence from repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation.
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33. Induction of category-specific vs. general semantic impairments in normal participants using rTMS.
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32. Semantic processing in the anterior temporal lobes: A meta-analysis of the functional neuroimaging literature.
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31. A common neural system mediating two different forms of social judgement.
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30. Source Stability Index: A novel beamforming based localisation metric.
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29. Spatiotemporal reconstruction of the auditory steady-state response to frequency modulation using magnetoencephalography
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28. MEG demonstrates a supra-additive response to facial and vocal emotion in right superior temporal sulcus.
Hagan, C.C., Woods, W., Johnson, S., Calder, A.J., Green, G.G.R. and Young, A.W. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences 106 pp20010-20015

27. Disruptions to human speed perception induced by motion adaptation and transcranial magnetic stimulation.
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26. A theoretical basis for spontaneous polarisation transfer in non-hydrogenative parahydrogen-induced polarisation.
Adams RW, Duckett SB, Green RA, Williamson DC, Green GGR. (2009) Journal of Chemical Physics 131 pp194505

25. Selectivity for low-level features of objects in the human ventral stream.
Timothy J. Andrews, Alex Clarke, Philip Pell and Tom Hartley. NeuroImage 49 pp703-711

24. Effects of implied physical effort in sensory-motor and pre-frontal cortex during language comprehension.
Claire L. Moody and Silvia P. Gennari. NeuroImage 49 pp782-793

23. Spontaneous transfer of parahydrogen derived spin order to pyridine at low magnetic field.
Kevin Atkinson, Michael Cowley, Paul Elliott, Simon Duckett, Gary Green, Joaquín López-Serrano, Adrian Whitwood. Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009) vol 131(37) pp13362-8

22. MEG Evidence that the Central Auditory System Simultaneously Encodes Multiple Temporal Cues.
Michael I.G. Simpson, Gareth R. Barnes, Sam R. Johnson, Arjan Hillebrand, Krish D. Singh, Gary G. R. Green. European Journal of Neuroscience (2009) 30(6) pp1183-91.

21. The non-invasive dissection of the Human visual cortex: Using fMRI and TMS to study the organisation of vision in the brain.
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20. Cortical oscillatory activity associated with the perception of illusory and real visual contours.
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19. Linearity of the fMRI response in category-selective regions of human visual cortex.
Aidan J. Horner, Timothy J. Andrews. Human Brain Mapping. 30 pp 2628-2640.

18. An Image-Dependent Representation of Familiar and Unfamiliar Faces in the Human Ventral Stream.
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17. The Organization of the Visual Cortex in Patients with Scotomata Resulting from Lesions of the Central Retina.
Baseler, Heidi; Gouws, Andre; Morland, Antony. (2009) Neuro-Ophthalmology, Volume 33, Issue 3 June 2009 , pages 149 - 157

16. Activation of the left inferior frontal gyrus in the first 200 msec of reading: evidence from magnetoencephalography (MEG)
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14. Reversible Interactions with para-Hydrogen Enhance NMR Sensitivity by Polarization Transfer.
Ralph W. Adams, Juan A. Aguilar, Kevin D. Atkinson, Michael J. Cowley, Simon B. Duckett, Gary G. R. Green, Iman G. Khazal, Joaquín López-Serrano, David C. Williamson (2009) Science vol 323 pp 1708-1711

13. Dataviewer3D : An open source, cross-platform multi-modal neuroimaging data visualization tool.
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12. Parahydrogen induced polarisation without incorporation of parahydrogen into the analyte.
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11. Can we observe collective neuronal activity from macroscopic aggregate signals?
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10. Differential effects of object-based attention on evoked potentials to fearful and disgusted faces.
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9. An amygdala response to fearful faces with covered eyes.
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8. Differential sensitivity for viewpoint between familiar and unfamiliar faces in human visual cortex.
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7. The M170 reflects a viewpoint-dependent representation for both familiar and unfamiliar faces.
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6. Induced deficits in speed perception by transcranial magnetic stimulation of human cortical areas V5/MT+ and V3A.
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5. Effects of inversion and negation on social inferences from faces.
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4. Face perception: A very special issue Introduction.
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3. Words, hemispheres, and dissociable subsystems: The effects of exposure duration, case alternation, priming, and continuity of form on word recognition in the left and right visual fields.
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2. Words, hemispheres, and processing mechanisms: A response to Marsolek and Deason (2007)
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