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      Tracking the time course of letter visual-similarity effects during word recognition: A masked priming ERP investigation 

      Gutiérrez-Sigut, Eva; Marcet, Ana; Perea, Manuel (Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 2019)
      Visual similarity effects during the early stages of word processing have been consistently found for letter-like digits and symbols. However, despite its relevance for models of word recognition, evidence for letter ...
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      Contextual priors do not modulate action prediction in children with autism 

      Amoruso, Lucia; Narzisi, Antonio; Pinzino, Martina; Finisguerra, Alessandra; Billeci, Lucia; Calderoni, Sara; Fabbro, Franco; Muratori, Filippo; Volzone, Anna; Urgesi, Cosimo (Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2019)
      Bayesian accounts of autism suggest that this disorder may be rooted in an impaired ability to estimate the probability of future events, possibly owing to reduced priors. Here, we tested this hypothesis within the action ...
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      Deaf readers benefit from lexical feedback during orthographic processing 

      Gutierrez-Sigut, Eva; Vergara-Martínez, Marta; Perea, Manuel (Scientific Reports, 2019)
      It has been proposed that poor reading abilities in deaf readers might be related to weak connections between the orthographic and lexical-semantic levels of processing. Here we used event related potentials (ERPs), known ...
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      Feature-Based Attention Samples Stimuli Rhythmically 

      Re, Daniele; Inbar, Maya; Richter, Craig G.; Landau, Ayelet N. (Current Biology, 2019)
      Attention supports the allocation of resources to relevant locations and objects in a scene. Under most conditions, several stimuli compete for neural representation. Attention biases neural representation toward the ...