Faculty

Dr. Mohamed Seghier

Dr. Mohamed Seghier

Dr. Mohamed Seghier

Professor in Counseling, Special Education, and Neuroscience Division

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Physics (Neuroimaging), Joseph Fourier University (Grenoble 1), France

Membership of Professional Bodies/Associations

  • Review Committee for the Society for the Neurobiology of Language (SNL)
  • Review Committee for the Organization of Human Brain Mapping (OHBM)

Profile

Dr. Mohamed Seghier is Professor in Counseling, Special Education, and Neuroscience Division at ECAE. He has a long career in education having taught different courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels, with a focus on cognitive neuroscience, brain mapping, statistics, computational neuroscience, lesion-symptom mapping, brain systems and hemispheric specialization.

Dr. Seghier joined ECAE in 2015 where he co-founded the Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit. His current research interests include the characterization of the wide variability in learning abilities and the identification of reliable brain correlates of learning-related functions. His goal is to refine mechanistic accounts of learning in order to pave the way for the design of optimal learning approaches that can maximize individual learners’ potential.

Between 2006 and 2015, he held the position of Senior Research Fellow at the interdisciplinary Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, University College London (UCL) in the United Kingdom. He developed methods for modelling brain connectivity and assessing brain lateralization, with applications to cognitive neuroscience topics such as how the brain reads and how it accesses meaning.

In 2005, Dr. Seghier completed a post-doc at Geneva University Hospitals (Switzerland) in the field of clinical neuroscience where he used neuroimaging methods to study brain function in people with brain disorders. Dr. Seghier completed his PhD in 2000 from Joseph Fourier University (Université Grenoble Alpes) after securing an MENRT fellowship from France’s Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. He used brain mapping techniques to investigate the human brain’s visual system. In 1996 he obtained his Engineering degree in Physics and Instrumentation from Grenoble Institute of Technology (ENSPG)

Dr Mohamed Seghier has published over 100 research papers in prestigious international peer-reviewed journals.

His current H-index is 45;  https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=pynvAg4AAAAJ

Publications

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Research Journals

  • Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2018). Interpreting and utilising intersubject variability in brain function. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 22(6):517-530.
  • Seghier, M.L.¬†(2018). Clustering of fMRI data: the elusive optimal number of clusters. PeerJ e5416.
  • Lorca-Puls, D.L., Gajardo-Vidal, A., White, J.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Leff, A.P., Green, D.W., Crinion, J.T., Ludersdorfer, P., Hope, T.M.H., Bowman, H., Price, C.J., (2018). The impact of sample size on the reproducibility of voxel-based lesion-deficit mappings. Neuropsychologia 115:101-111.
  • Gajardo-Vidal, A., Lorca-Puls, D.L., Crinion, J.T., White, J.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Leff, A.P., Hope, T.M.H., Ludersdorfer, P., Green, D.W., Bowman, H., Price, C.J., (2018). How distributed processing produces false negatives in voxel-based lesion-deficit analyses. Neuropsychologia 115:124-133.
  • Razi, A.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Zhou, Y., McColgan, P., Zeidman , P., Park, H.J., Sporns, O., Rees, G., Friston, K.J. (2017). Large-scale DCMs for resting state fMRI. Network Neuroscience 1(3):222-241.
  • Hope, T.M.H., Leff, A.P., Prejawa, S., Bruce, R., Haigh, Z., Lim, L., Ramsden, S., Oberhuber, M., Ludersdorfer, P., Crinion, J.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J. (2017). Right hemisphere structural adaptation and changing language skills years after left hemisphere stroke. Brain 140:1718-1728.
  • Lorca-Puls, D.L., Gajardo-Vidal, A,¬†Seghier, M.L., Leff, A.P., Sethi, V., Prejawa, S., Hope, T.M.H., Devlin, J.T., Price, C.J. (2017). Using non-invasive stimulation of the undamaged brain to guide the identification of lesion sites that cause persistent phonological impairments after stroke. Brain 140:1729-1742.
  • Price, C.J., Hope, T.M.,¬†Seghier, M.L.¬†(2017). Ten problems and solutions when predicting individual outcome from lesion site after stroke. Neuroimage 145:200-208.
  • Oberhuber, M., Hope, T.M.H.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Parker Jones, O., Prejawa, S., Green, D.W., Price, C.J. (2016). Four functionally distinct regions in the left supramarginal gyrus support word processing. Cerebral Cortex 26: 4212‚Äď4226.
  • Tzourio-Mazoyer, N.,¬†Seghier, M.L.¬†(2016). The neural bases of hemispheric specialization. Neuropsychologia 93:319-324.
  • Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J. (2016). Visualising inter-subject variability in fMRI using threshold-weighted overlap maps. Scientific Reports 6:20170.
  • Hope, T.M.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Prejawa, S., Leff, A., Price, C.J. (2016). Distinguishing the effect of lesion load from tract disconnection in the arcuate and uncinate fasciculi. Neuroimage 125:1169-1173.
  • Seghier, M.L., Patel, E., Prejawa, S., Ramsden, S., Selmer, A., Lim, L., Browne, R., Rae, J., Haigh, Z., Ezekiel, D., Hope, T.M., Leff, A.P., Price, C.J. (2016). The PLORAS Database: A data repository for Predicting Language Outcome and Recovery after Stroke. Neuroimage 124:1208-1212.
  • Seghier, M.L., Hope, T.M.H., Prejawa, S., Parker Jones, O., Vitkovitch, M., Price, C.J. (2015). A trade-off between somatosensory and auditory related brain activity during object naming but not reading. The Journal of Neuroscience 35:4751-4759.
  • Hope, T.M.H., Parker Jones, O., Grogan, A., Crinion, J., Rae, J., Ruffle, L., Leff, A.P.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., Green, D.W. (2015). Comparing language outcomes in monolingual and bilingual stroke patients. Brain 138:1070-1083.
  • Sanju√°n, A., Hope, T.M.H., Parker Jones, O., Prejawa, S., Oberhuber, M., Guerin, J.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Green, D.W., Price, C.J. (2015). Dissociating the semantic function of two neighbouring subregion in the left lateral anterior temporal lobe. Neuropsychologia 76:153-162.
  • Seghier, M.L., Bagdasaryan, J., Jung, D., Price, C.J. (2014). The importance of premotor cortex for supporting speech production after left capsular-putaminal damage. The Journal of Neuroscience 34:14338-14348.
  • Seghier, M.L., Ramsden, S., Lim, L., Leff, A.P., and Price, C.J. (2014). Gradual lesion expansion and brain shrinkage years after stroke. Stroke 45:877-879.
  • Seghier, M.L., Maurer, U., Xue, G., (2014). What makes written words so special to the brain? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 634.
  • Kawabata Duncan, K., Twomey, T., Parker Jones, O.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Haji, T., Sakai, K., Price, C.J., Devlin, J.T., (2014). Inter- and intra-hemispheric connectivity differences when reading Japanese Kanji and Hiragana. Cerebral Cortex 24:1601-1608.
  • Hope TM, Prejawa S, Parker Jones O, Oberhuber M,¬†Seghier M.L., Green DW, Price CJ (2014). Dissecting the functional anatomy of auditory word repetition. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8:246.
  • Parker Jones O, Prejawa S, Hope TM, Oberhuber M,¬†Seghier M.L., Leff AP, Green DW, Price CJ (2014) Sensory-to-motor integration during auditory repetition: a combined fMRI and lesion study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8:24.
  • Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2013). Dissociating frontal regions that co-lateralize with different ventral occipitotemporal regions during word processing. Brain and Language 126, 133-140.
  • Seghier, M.L., Friston, K.J., (2013). Network discovery with large DCMs. Neuroimage 68:181-191.
  • Seghier, M.L., (2013). The angular gyrus: multiple functions and multiple subdivisions. The Neuroscientist 19, 43-61.
  • Price, C. J., Ramsden, S., Hope, T. M., Friston, K. J., &¬†Seghier, M. L.¬†(2013). Predicting IQ change from brain structure: A cross-validation study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 5C, 172-184.
  • Sanju√°n, A., Price, C.J., Mancini, L., Josse, G., Grogan, A., Yamamoto, A.K., Geva, S., Leff, A.P., Yousry, T.A.,¬†Seghier, M.L.¬†(2013). Automated identification of brain tumors from single MR images based on segmentation with refined patient-specific priors. Frontiers in Neuroscience 7, 241.
  • Parker Jones, O.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Kawabata Duncan, K., Leff, A.P., Green, D., Price, C.J., (2013). Auditory-motor interactions for the production of native and non-native speech. The Journal of Neuroscience 33:2376-2387.
  • Hope, T.M.H.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Leff, A.P., & Price, C.J. (2013). Predicting outcome and recovery after stroke with lesions extracted from MRI images. Neuroimage: Clinical, 2(1), 424-433.
  • Oberhuber, M., Parker Jones, O., Hope, T.M.H., Prejawa, S.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Green, D.W., and Price, C.J. (2013). Functionally distinct contributions of the anterior and posterior putamen during sublexical and lexical reading. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 787.
  • Kou, N., Park, C.H.,¬†Seghier, M. L., Leff, A.P., & Ward, N.S. (2013). Can fully automated detection of corticospinal tract damage be used in stroke patients? Neurology 80:2242-2245.
  • Ramsden S., Richardson F.M., Josse G., Shakeshaft C.,¬†Seghier M.L., Price C.J. (2013) The influence of reading ability on subsequent changes in verbal IQ in the teenage years. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 6C, 30-39.
  • Lebreton, K., Villain, N., Ch√©telat, G., Landeau, B.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Lazeyras, F., Eustache, F., Ibanez, V., (2012). Repetition enhancement and perceptual processing of visual word form. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6, 206.
  • Ramsden, S., Richardson, F.M., Josse, G., Thomas, M.S., Ellis, C., Shakeshaft, C.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2012). Addendum: Verbal and non-verbal intelligence changes in the teenage brain. Nature 485, 666.
  • Seghier, M.L., Neufeld, N.H., Zeidman, P., Leff, A.P., Mechelli, A., Nagendran, A., Riddoch, J.M., Humphreys, G.W., Price, C.J., (2012). Reading without the left ventral occipito-temporal cortex. Neuropsychologia 50, 3621-3635.
  • Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2012). Functional heterogeneity within the default network during semantic processing and speech production. Frontiers in Psychology 3, 281.
  • Parker Jones, O., Green, D.W., Grogan, A., Pliatsikas, C., Filippopolitis, K., Ali, N., Lee, H.L., Ramsden, S., Gazarian, K., Prejawa, S.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2012). Where, when and why brain activation differs for bilinguals and monolinguals during picture naming and reading aloud. Cerebral Cortex 22:892-902.
  • Ramsden, S., Richardson, F.M., Josse, G., Thomas, M.S., Ellis, C., Shakeshaft, C.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2011). Verbal and non-verbal intelligence changes in the teenage brain. Nature 479:113-116.
  • Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2011). Explaining left lateralization for words in the ventral occipitotemporal cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience 31:14745-14753.
  • Seghier, M.L., Kherif, F., Josse, G., Price, C.J., (2011). Regional and hemispheric determinants of language laterality: implications for preoperative fMRI. Human Brain Mapping 32:1602-1614.
  • Seghier M.L., Josse G, Leff AP, Price CJ (2011) Lateralization is predicted by reduced coupling from the left to right prefrontal cortex during semantic decisions on written words. Cerebral Cortex 21:1519-1531.
  • Seghier, M.L., Kolanko, M.A., Leff, A.P., J√§ger, H.R., Gregoire, S.M., Werring, D.J., (2011). Microbleed detection using automated segmentation (MIDAS): a new method applicable to standard clinical MR images. Plos ONE 6, e17547.
  • Richardson, F.M.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Leff, A.P., Thomas, M.S.C., Price, C.J., (2011). Multiple routes from occipital to temporal cortices during reading. The Journal of Neuroscience 31:8239-8247.
  • Seghier M.L., Fagan E, Price CJ (2010) Functional subdivisions in the left angular gyrus where the semantic system meets and diverges from the default network. The Journal of Neuroscience 30:16809-16817.
  • Seghier, M.L., Zeidman, P., Neufeld, N.H., Leff, A.P., Price, C.J., (2010). Identifying abnormal connectivity in patients using Dynamic Causal Modelling of fMRI responses. Frontiers in System Neuroscience 4:142.
  • Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2010): Reading aloud boosts connectivity through the putamen. Cerebral Cortex 20:570-582.
  • Seghier, M.L., Huppi, P.S., (2010). The role of functional MRI in the study of brain development, injury and recovery in the newborn. Seminars in Perinatology 34:79-86.
  • Price, C.J., Crinion, J.T., Leff, A.P., Richardson, F.M., Schofield, T.M., Prejawa, S., Ramsden, S., Gazarian, K., Lawrence, M., Ambridge, L., Andric, M., Small, S.L.,¬†Seghier, M.L.¬†(2010). Lesion sites that predict the ability to gesture how an object is used. Arch Ital Biol 148, 243-258.
  • Chumbley, J.R., Flandin, G.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Friston, K.J., (2010). Multinomial inference on distributed responses in SPM. Neuroimage 53:161-170.
  • Peyrin, C., Michel, C.M., Schwartz, S., Thut, G.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Landis, T., Marendaz, C., Vuilleumier, P., (2010). The neural substrates and timing of top-down processes during coarse-to-fine categorization of visual scenes: a combined fMRI and ERP study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22:2768-2780.
  • Price, C.J.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Leff, A.P., (2010). Predicting language outcome and recovery after stroke: the PLORAS system. Nature Reviews Neurology 6:202-210.
  • Hu, W., Lee, H.L., Zhang, Q., Liu, T., Geng, L.B.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Shakeshaft, C., Twomey, T., Green, D.W., Yang, Y.M., Price, C.J., (2010). Developmental dyslexia in Chinese and English populations: dissociating the effect of dyslexia from language differences. Brain 133:1694-1706.
  • Gee, T., Kenny, S., Price, C.J.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Small, S.L., Leff, A.P., Pacurar, A., and Strother, S.C. (2010). Data warehousing methods and processing infrastructure for brain recovery research. Arch Ital Biol 148, 207-217.
  • Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2009). Dissociating functional brain networks by decoding the between-subject variability. Neuroimage 45:349-359.
  • Leff, A.P., Schofield, T.M., Crinion, J.T.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Grogan, A., Green, D.W., and Price, C.J. (2009). The left superior temporal gyrus is a shared substrate for auditory short-term memory and speech comprehension: evidence from 210 patients with stroke. Brain 132:3401-3410.
  • Carreiras, M.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Baquero, S., Estevez, A., Lozano, A., Devlin, J.T., Price, C.J., (2009). An anatomical signature for literacy. Nature 461:983-986.
  • Josse, G., Kherif, F., Flandin, G.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2009). Predicting language lateralization from gray matter. The Journal of Neuroscience 29:13516-13523.
  • Kherif, F., Josse, G.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Price, C.J., (2009): The main sources of inter-subject variability in neuronal activation for reading aloud. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21:654-668.
  • Caldara R,¬†Seghier M.L.¬†(2009): The Fusiform Face Area responds without awareness to statistical regularities optimal for face detection. Human Brain Mapping 30:1615-1625.
  • Josse, G.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Kherif, F., Price, C.J., (2008). Explaining function with anatomy: language lateralization and corpus callosum size. The Journal of Neuroscience 28:14132-14139.
  • Seghier, M.L., Lee, H.L., Schofield, T., Ellis, C.L., Price, C.J., (2008): Inter-subject variability in the use of two different neuronal networks for reading aloud familiar words. Neuroimage 42:1226-1236.
  • Seghier, M.L., Ramlackhansingh, A., Crinion, J., Leff, A., Price, C.J., (2008): Lesion identification using unified segmentation-normalisation models and fuzzy clustering. Neuroimage 41:1253-1266.
  • Seghier M.L.¬†(2008): Laterality index in functional MRI: methodological issues. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 26:594-601.
  • Seghier M.L., Lazeyras F., Pegna A.J., Annoni J.M., Khateb A. (2008). Importance of the number of subjects in establishing fMRI normative database: Study of 50 right-handed subjects in a language paradigm. Human Brain Mapping 29:461-477.
  • Abutalebi J, Annoni JM, Zimine I, Pegna AJ,¬†Seghier M.L., Lee-Jahnke H, Lazeyras F, Cappa SF, Khateb A. (2008): Language control and lexical competition in bilinguals: an event-related fMRI study. Cerebral Cortex 18:1496-1505.
  • Lodygensky, G.A.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Warfield, S.K., Tolsa, C.B., Sizonenko, S., Lazeyras, F., Huppi, P.S. (2008): Intrauterine growth restriction affects the preterm infant's hippocampus. Pediatric Research 63:438-443.
  • Seghier M.L., Friston K.J., Price C.J., (2007). Detection of subject-specific activations using constrained non-iterative fuzzy clustering. NeuroImage 36:594-605.
  • Van De Ville D.,¬†Seghier M.L., Lazeyras F., Pelizzone M., Blu T., Unser M. (2007). SPM versus WSPM: sensitivity and specificity for multi-session fMRI Data. NeuroImage 37:1205-1217.
  • Khateb, A., Pegna, A.J., Landis, T., Michel, C.M., Brunet, D.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Annoni, J.M., (2007). Rhyme processing in the brain: an ERP mapping study. International Journal of Psychophysiology 63:240-250.
  • Seghier M.L., Lazeyras F., Huppi P.S., (2006). Functional MRI of the newborn. Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medecine, 11:479-488.
  • Seghier M.L., Vuilleumier P., (2006). Functional neuroimaging findings on the human perception of illusory contours. Neuroscience Biobehavioral Reviews, 30:595-612.
  • Pourtois G, Schwartz S,¬†Seghier M.L., Lazeyras F, Vuilleumier P. (2006): Neural systems for orienting attention to the location of threat signals: An event-related fMRI study. NeuroImage, 31:920-933.
  • Caldara R,¬†Seghier M.L., Rossion B, Lazeyras F, Michel C, Hauert C-A, (2006). The fusiform face area is tuned for curvilinear patterns with more elements in the upper part. NeuroImage, 31:313-319.
  • Seghier M.L., Lazeyras F., Zimine S., Saudan-Frei S., Safran A.B., Huppi P.S., (2005). Visual recovery after perinatal stroke evidenced by functional and diffusion MRI. BMC Neurology, 5:17.
  • Seghier, M.L., Lazeyras, F., Vuilleumier, P., Schnider, A., Carota, A., (2005). Functional magnetic resonance imaging and diffusion tensor imaging in a case of central poststroke pain. Journal of Pain, 6:208-212.
  • Seghier M.L., Bo√ęx C., Lazeyras F., Sigrist A. and Pelizzone M., (2005). FMRI evidence for activation of multiple cortical regions in the primary auditory cortex of deaf patients users of multichannel cochlear implant. Cerebral. Cortex, 15:40-48.
  • Sander D., Grandjean D., Pourtois G., Schwartz S.,¬†Seghier M.L., Scherer K.R., Vuilleumier P., (2005). Emotion and attention interactions in social cognition: brain regions involved in decoding anger prosody. NeuroImage, 28:848-858.
  • Peyrin C., Schwartz S.,¬†Seghier M.L., Michel C.M., Landis T., Vuilleumier P., (2005). Hemispheric specialization of human inferior temporal cortex during coarse-to-fine and fine-to-coarse analysis of natural visual scenes. NeuroImage, 28:464-473.
  • Pourtois, G., Schwartz, S.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Lazeyras, F., Vuilleumier, P., (2005). Portraits or people? Distinct representations of face identity in the human visual cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17:1043-1057.
  • Schwartz, S., Assal, F., Valenza, N.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Vuilleumier, P., (2005). Illusory persistence of touch after right parietal damage: neural correlates of tactile awareness. Brain, 128:277-290.
  • Pourtois, G., Schwartz, S.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Lazeyras, F., Vuilleumier, P., (2005). View-independent coding of face identity in frontal and temporal cortices is modulated by familiarity: an event-related fMRI study. NeuroImage, 24:1214-1224.
  • Grandjean, D., Sander, D., Pourtois, G., Schwartz, S.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Scherer, K.R., Vuilleumier, P., (2005). The voices of wrath: brain responses to angry prosody in meaningless speech. Nature Neuroscience 8, 145-146.
  • Pegna, A.J., Khateb, A., Lazeyras, F.,¬†Seghier, M.L.¬†(2005). Discriminating emotional faces without primary visual cortices involves the right amygdala. Nature Neuroscience, 8:24-25.
  • Juch, H., Zimine, I.,¬†Seghier, M.L., Lazeyras, F., Fasel, J.H.D., (2005). Anatomical variability of the lateral frontal lobe surface: implication for intersubject variability in language neuroimaging. NeuroImage, 24:504-514.
  • Seghier, M.L., Lazeyras, F., Pegna, A.J., Annoni, J.M., Zimine, I., Mayer, E., Michel, C.M., Khateb, A., (2004). Variability of fMRI activation during a phonological and semantic language tasks: implications for pre-surgical investigations. Human Brain Mapping, 23:140-155.
  • Seghier M.L., Lazeyras F., Zimine S., Maier S.E., Hanquinet S., Delavelle J., Volpe J.J. and Huppi P., (2004). Combination of event-related fMRI and diffusion tensor imaging in an infant with perinatal stroke. NeuroImage, 21:463-472.
  • Khateb A, Martory M-D, Annoni J-M, Lazeyras F, de Tribolet N, Pegna AJ, Mayer E, Michel CM and¬†Seghier M.L.¬†(2004) Transient crossed aphasia evidenced by functional brain imagery. NeuroReport 15:785-790.
  • Valenza N,¬†Seghier ML, Schwartz S, Lazeyras F and Vuilleumier P (2004) Tactile Awareness and limb position in neglect: functional magnetic resonance imaging. Annals of Neurology 55:139-143.
  • Rossion B., Caldara R.,¬†Seghier M.L., Schuller A.M., Lazeyras F. and Mayer E., (2003). A network of occipito-temporal face sensitive areas besides the right middle fusiform gyrus is necessary for normal face processing. Brain, 126:2381-2395.
  • Zimine I.,¬†Seghier M.L., Seeck M. and Lazeyras F., (2003). Brain activation using triggered event-related fMRI. NeuroImage, 18:410-415.
  • Momjian S.,¬†Seghier M., Seek M. and Michel C., (2003). Mapping the neuronal networks of human cortical brain functions. Adv. Tech. Stand. Neurosur., vol:28, p:91-142.
  • Lazeyras F., Bo√ęx C., Sigrist A.,¬†Seghier M.L., Cosendai G., Terrier F. and Pelizzone M., (2002). Functional MRI of auditory cortex activated by multisite electrical stimulation of the cochlea. NeuroImage, 17:1010-1017.
  • Seghier M., Lazeyras F., Momjian S., Annoni J.-M., de Tribolet N. and Khateb A., (2001). Language representation in a patient with a dominant right hemisphere: fMRI evidence for an intrahemispheric reorganisation. NeuroReport, 12(13):2785-2790.
  • Seghier M., Dojat M., Delon-Martin C., Rubin C., Warnking J., Segebarth C. and Bullier J., (2000). Moving illusory contours activate primary visual cortex: an fMRI study. Cerebral Cortex, 10(7):663-670.