Goedele Van Belle

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Presentation of a face stimulus for several seconds at a periodic frequency rate leads to a right occipito-temporal evoked steady-state visual potential (SSVEP) confined to the stimulation frequency band. According to recent evidence (Rossion and Boremanse, 2011), this face-related SSVEP is largely reduced in amplitude when the exact same face is repeated(More)
What is the stimulus presentation rate at which the human brain can discriminate each exemplar of a familiar visual category? We presented faces at 14 frequency rates (1.0-16.66 Hz) to human observers while recording high-density electroencephalogram (EEG). Different face exemplars elicited a larger steady-state visual evoked (ssVEP) response than when the(More)
Problem: In 2012 34% of Belgian car drivers indicated to have sent, over the last year, at least once a text message while driving and 50% indicated to have read at least once a text message while driving (Meesmann & Boets, 2014). Method: The aim of the current study was to evaluate the effect of reading and writing text messages on the driving behaviour(More)
THE POTENT oncogenic compound ethylnitrosourea (ENU) selectively induces a high incidence of neurogenic neoplasms in the offspring of pregnant rats after i.v. administration late in gestation (Ivankovic & Druckrey, 1968; Koestner et al., 1971). The ENU-treated offspring survive a latency period of 100 to several hundred days and then succumb either to(More)
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