Michal Bernstein

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The neural basis of face processing has been extensively studied in the past two decades. The current dominant neural model proposed by Haxby et al. (2000); Gobbini and Haxby (2007) suggests a division of labor between the fusiform face area (FFA), which processes invariant facial aspects, such as identity, and the posterior superior temporal sulcus (pSTS),(More)
Faces and bodies are processed by distinct category-selective brain areas. Neuroimaging studies have so far presented isolated faces and headless bodies, and therefore little is known on whether and where faces and headless bodies are grouped together to one object, as they appear in the real world. The current study examined whether a face presented above(More)
An image can be made from the echo of a steady-state-free-precession and pulse sequences for this purpose have been implemented on various commercial systems under such names as "CE-FAST" and "SSFP" (herein generically termed SSFP-Echo). Such sequences can be employed to achieve strong T2-weighting with reduced T2* effects, but are limited by their(More)
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