Karine Lacourse

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Neuronal activity associated with visual processing of an unfamiliar face gradually diminishes when it is viewed repeatedly. This process, known as repetition suppression (RS), is involved in the acquisition of familiarity. Current models suggest that RS results from interactions between visual information processing areas located in the occipito-temporal(More)
Human EEG studies have shown that development of visual processing is associated with changes in entropy, i.e., signal variability. In the present study we asked whether abnormal development associated with amblyopia alters brain signal entropy at adulthood. Brain's electrical resting state activity was recorded from occipital (Oz), central (Cz) and frontal(More)
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