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Dr Quoc Vuong
Dr Ilona Obara
Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potentials in Spinal Cord Stimulation: Implications for Preclinical Research Models2022
Dr Quoc Vuong
Feeling the music: The feel and sound of songs attenuate pain2022
Dr Quoc Vuong
Three- and Six-Year-Old Children are Sensitive to Natural Body Expressions of Emotion: An ERP Emotional Priming Study2022
Dr Quoc Vuong
Bird expertise does not increase motion sensitivity to bird flight motion2021
Dr Quoc Vuong
Ensemble coding of crowd speed using biological motion2021
Dr Walid Al-Atabany
Dr Quoc Vuong
Dr Andrey Mokhov
Professor Patrick Degenaar
A scalable data transmission scheme for implantable optogenetic visual prostheses2020
Dr Quoc Vuong
Carla Black
Jessica Smith
Mohamed Nassar
Professor Patrick Degenaar
et al.
Detection of simulated tactile gratings by electro-static friction show a dependency on bar width for blind and sighted observers, and preliminary neural correlates in sighted observers2020
Dr Quoc Vuong
Look up to the body. An eye-tracking investigation of 7-months-old infants’ visual exploration of emotional body expressions2020
Dr Quoc Vuong
James Allison
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Professor Julia Newton
Professor Justin Durham
et al.
Brain Responses in CFS and TMD to Autonomic Challenges: An Exploratory fMRI Study2019
Dr Quoc Vuong
Comparable search efficiency for human and animal targets in the context of natural scenes2019
Dr Yuki Kikuchi
Jennifer Ip
Gaetan Lagier
James Mossom
Dr Sukhbinder Kumar
et al.
Interactions between conscious and subconscious signals: Selective attention under feature-based competition increases neural selectivity during brain adaptation2019
Dr Quoc Vuong
Mark Laing
Professor Adrian Rees
Modulated stimuli demonstrate asymmetric interactions between hearing and vision2019
Dr Felicity Deamer
Dr Quoc Vuong
Emeritus Professor Nicol Ferrier
Dr Andreas Finkelmeyer
Dr Stuart Watson
et al.
Non-literal understanding and psychosis: Metaphor comprehension in individuals with a diagnosis of schizophrenia2019
Dr Quoc Vuong
The cortical face network of the prosopagnosic patient PS with fast periodic stimulation in fMRI2019
Dr Quoc Vuong
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
An incremental dual-task paradigm to investigate pain attenuation by task difficulty, affective content and threat value2018
Dr Friederike Zimmermann
Dr Verena Willenbockel
Dr Quoc Vuong
Does extensive training at individuating novel objects in adulthood lead to visual expertise? The role of facelikeness2018
Katja Mayer
Dr Quoc Vuong
Humans are Detected More Efficiently than Machines in the Context of Natural Scenes2017
Dr Quoc Vuong
The contribution of nonrigid motion and shape information to object perception in pigeons and humans2017
Dr Quoc Vuong
Dr Yuki Kikuchi
James Mossom
Professor Christopher Petkov
Attentional modulation of responses in human face- and voice-sensitive cortex2016
Dr Quoc Vuong
Dr Verena Willenbockel
Dr Friederike Zimmermann
Adam Dryden
Facelikeness matters: A parametric multipart object set to understand the role of spatial configuration in visual recognition2016
Dr Quoc Vuong
The Role of Spatial Frequency in Expert Object Recognition2016
Dr Quoc Vuong
Dr Jehill Parikh
Mark Laing
Professor Andrew Blamire
Professor Adrian Rees
et al.
Visual modulation of auditory discrimination correlates with GABA in parietal multisensory area2016
Mark Laing
Professor Adrian Rees
Dr Quoc Vuong
Amplitude-modulated stimuli reveal auditory-visual interactions in brain activity and brain connectivity2015
Katja Mayer
Dr Quoc Vuong
Do People "Pop Out"?2015
Dr Friederike Zimmermann
Dr Verena Willenbockel
Dr Quoc Vuong
Facelikeness mediates individual-level discrimination for novel objects: Evidence from extensive training2015
Dr Jason Connolly
Dr Quoc Vuong
Professor Alexander Thiele
Gaze-Dependent Topography in Human Posterior Parietal Cortex2015
Dr Friederike Zimmermann
Dr Verena Willenbockel
Dr Quoc Vuong
The crucial role of facelike configuration in the development of visual expertise: objective electrophysiological evidence2015
Dr Quoc Vuong
Quantifying human sensitivity to spatio-temporal information in dynamic faces2014
Dr Quoc Vuong
TBSS and probabilistic tractography reveal white matter connections for attention to object features2014
Dr Quoc Vuong
The role of color in expert object recognition2014
Dr Quoc Vuong
Automatic processing of unattended object features by functional connectivity2013
Dr Quoc Vuong
Bayesian combination of two-dimensional location estimates2013
Professor Christopher Petkov
Dr Quoc Vuong
Neuronal Coding: The Value in Having an Average Voice2013
Dr Quoc Vuong
The contribution of shape and surface information in the other-race face effect2013
Dr Martin Tovee
Dr Quoc Vuong
Categorical perception of human female physical attractiveness and health2012
Dr Quoc Vuong
First impressions: Gait cues drive reliable trait judgements2012
Dr Quoc Vuong
Learned non-rigid motion is a view-invariant cue to recognizing novel objects2012
Dr Quoc Vuong
Modulation of the face- and body-selective visual regions by the motion and emotion of point-light face and body stimuli2012
Dr Quoc Vuong
The influence of unattended features on object processing depends on task demand2012
Dr Quoc Vuong
Professor Jenny Read
The relative weight of shape and non-rigid motion cues in object perception: A model of the parameters underlying dynamic object discrimination2012
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Jiabao He
Nicola Barnett
Dr Sarah Pearce
et al.
Visual cortex in dementia with Lewy bodies: magnetic resonance imaging study2012
Dr Quoc Vuong
Age-related changes in matching novel objects across viewpoints2011
Dr Quoc Vuong
Walk this way: Approaching bodies can influence the processing of faces2011
Dr Quoc Vuong
Facilitation by view combination and coherent motion in dynamic object recognition2010
Dr Quoc Vuong
Object perception2010
Professor Anya Hurlbert
Ilaria Pietta
Dr Quoc Vuong
The representation of diagnostic chromatic texture in object-selective areas of human visual cortex [abstract]2010
Dr Quoc Vuong
Learning influences the encoding of static and dynamic faces and their recognition across different spatial frequencies2009
Dr Quoc Vuong
Modulation of viewpoint effects in object recognition by shape and motion cues2009
Dr Quoc Vuong
View combination in moving objects: The role of motion in discriminating between novel views of similar and distinctive objects by humans and pigeons2009
Dr Quoc Vuong
A Dynamic Object-Processing Network: Metric Shape Discrimination of Dynamic Objects by Activation of Occipitotemporal, Parietal, and Frontal Cortices2008
Dr Quoc Vuong
Insect Brains Use Image Interpolation Mechanisms to Recognise Rotated Objects2008
Dr Quoc Vuong
Recognizing rotated faces and Greebles: What properties drive the face inversion effect?2008
Dr Quoc Vuong
The integration of higher order form and motion by the human brain2008
Dr Quoc Vuong
Visual categorization: When categories fall to pieces2008
Dr Quoc Vuong
[Meeting Abstract] Human observers use personal exploration patterns in novel object recognition2007
Dr Quoc Vuong
[Meeting Abstract] Spatio-temporal grouping in perceptual rivalry2007
Dr Quoc Vuong
An analysis of automatic gender classification2007
Dr Quoc Vuong
A stereo advantage in generalizing over changes in viewpoint on object recognition tasks2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
An advantage for detecting dynamic targets in natural scenes2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
Combining human perception and geometric restrictions for automatic pedestrian detection2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
Disparity and shading cues cooperate for surface interpolation2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
Dynamic object recognition in pigeons and humans2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
Planning and online control of goal directed movements when the eyes are ‘relocated’2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
Recognizing novel deforming objects2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
Semantic 3D motion retargeting for facial animation2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
Structural similarity and spatiotemporal noise effects on learning dynamic novel objects2006
Dr Quoc Vuong
The respective role of low and high spatial frequencies in supporting configural and featural processing of faces2005
Dr Quoc Vuong
The role of surface pigmentation for recognition revealed by contrast reversal in faces and Greebles2005
Dr Quoc Vuong
Evidence for patchwork approximation of shape primitives2004
Dr Quoc Vuong
Incidental Processing of Biological Motion2004
Dr Quoc Vuong
Rotation direction affects object recognition2004
Dr Quoc Vuong
A chimeric point-light walker2003
Dr Quoc Vuong
Temporal integration in structure from motion2002
Dr Quoc Vuong
Visual object recognition2002
Dr Quoc Vuong
Neural representations of objects2001