Nicolas Burra
Nicolas Burra
Faculté de Psychologie et de Sciences de l'Education, Université de Genève
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Amygdala activation for eye contact despite complete cortical blindness
N Burra, A Hervais-Adelman, D Kerzel, M Tamietto, B De Gelder, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (25), 10483-10489, 2013
Attentional capture during visual search is attenuated by target predictability: Evidence from the N 2pc, P d, and topographic segmentation
N Burra, D Kerzel
Psychophysiology 50 (5), 422-430, 2013
The distractor positivity (Pd) signals lowering of attentional priority: Evidence from event-related potentials and individual differences
N Burra, D Kerzel
Psychophysiology 51 (7), 685-696, 2014
Affective blindsight relies on low spatial frequencies
N Burra, A Hervais-Adelman, A Celeghin, B De Gelder, AJ Pegna
Neuropsychologia 128, 44-49, 2019
Avoiding sedentary behaviors requires more cortical resources than avoiding physical activity: An EEG study
B Cheval, E Tipura, N Burra, J Frossard, J Chanal, D Orsholits, R Radel, ...
Neuropsychologia 119, 68-80, 2018
Electrophysiological evidence for attentional capture by irrelevant angry facial expressions
N Burra, C Barras, SY Coll, D Kerzel
Biological Psychology, 2016
Processing of gaze direction within the N170/M170 time window: A combined EEG/MEG study
N Burra, S Baker, N George
Neuropsychologia 100, 207-219, 2017
Straight gaze facilitates face processing but does not cause involuntary attentional capture
D Framorando, N George, D Kerzel, N Burra
Visual cognition 24 (7-8), 381-391, 2016
Face processing is enhanced in the left and upper visual hemi-fields
C Carlei, D Framorando, N Burra, D Kerzel
Visual Cognition 25 (7-8), 749-761, 2017
Face perception in the mind’s eye
R Righart, N Burra, P Vuilleumier
Brain topography 24 (1), 9-18, 2011
The influence of top‐down modulation on the processing of direct gaze
N Burra, I Mares, A Senju
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 10 (5), e1500, 2019
Electrophysiological evidence for attentional capture by irrelevant angry facial expressions: naturalistic faces
K Burra, Coll, Barras
Neuroscience Letters, 2017
Capture by Context Elements, Not Attentional Suppression of Distractors, Explains the PD with Small Search Displays
D Kerzel, N Burra
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 32 (6), 1170-1183, 2020
Early left parietal activity elicited by direct gaze: a high-density EEG study
N Burra, D Kerzel, N George
Saliency changes appearance
D Kerzel, J Schönhammer, N Burra, S Born, D Souto
PloS One 6 (12), e28292, 2011
Early spatial attention deployment toward and away from aggressive voices
N Burra, D Kerzel, D Munoz Tord, D Grandjean, L Ceravolo
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 14 (1), 73-80, 2019
Early and late Cortical responses to directly gazing faces are task-dependent
N Burra, D Framorando, AJ Pegna
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscienceognitive, Affective …, 2018
Gaze-cueing requires intact face processing–Insights from acquired prosopagnosia
N Burra, D Kerzel, M Ramon
Brain and Cognition 113, 125-132, 2017
Lack of automatic attentional orienting by gaze cues following a bilateral loss of visual cortex
N Burra, D Kerzel, B de Gelder, AJ Pegna
Neuropsychologia 58, 75-80, 2014
Attentional suppression is delayed for threatening distractors
N Burra, C Pittet, C Barras, D Kerzel
Visual Cognition 27 (3-4), 185-198, 2019
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