Kelsey Holiday

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The right middle fontal gyrus (MFG) has been proposed to be a site of convergence of the dorsal and ventral attention networks, by serving as a circuit-breaker to interrupt ongoing endogenous attentional processes in the dorsal network and reorient attention to an exogenous stimulus. Here, we probed the contribution of the right MFG to both endogenous and(More)
Electroencephalography and behavioural studies report that structural encoding of faces occurs for a short duration after stimulus presentation, as indexed by the right lateralized N170 component. Investigation of a prosopagnosic patient exhibited an absence of this component and disruption of face identification (Eimer, 2000). Based on this evidence, we(More)
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