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1998FDG Accumulation and Tumor BiologyPauwels, E. K. J. ; Ribeiro, M. J. ; Stoot, J. H. M. B. ; McCready, V. R. ; Bourguignon, M. ; Mazière, B. articleopenAccess
13-Feb-2013Gyrification, cortical and subcortical morphometry in neurofibromatosis type 1: an uneven profile of developmental abnormalitiesViolante, Inês R. ; Ribeiro, Maria J. ; Silva, Eduardo D. ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
29-Sep-2017Motor excitability modulation during the delay period - a TMS and pupillometry studyVerdade, Andreia Martins de AlmeidamasterThesisopenAccess
2016Peripheral Attentional Targets under Covert Attention Lead to Paradoxically Enhanced Alpha Desynchronization in Neurofibromatosis Type 1Silva, Gilberto ; Ribeiro, Maria J. ; Costa, Gabriel N ; Violante, Inês ; Ramos, Fabiana ; Saraiva, Jorge ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
2014Predicting lapses in attention: a study of brain oscillations, neural synchrony and eye measuresPaiva, Joana Isabel Santos masterThesisopenAccess
18-Jun-2010Psychophysical channels and ERP population responses in human visual cortex: area summation across chromatic and achromatic pathwaysRibeiro, Maria J. ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleclosedAccess
2-Oct-2015Role of interhemispherical connections in resting-state functional connectivityAlmeida, António Angelo Gouveia Rosa Perez de masterThesisopenAccess
24-May-2022Slow fluctuations in ongoing brain activity decrease in amplitude with ageing yet their impact on task-related evoked responses is dissociable from behaviorRibeiro, Maria ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
2016Spontaneous Fluctuations in Sensory Processing Predict Within-Subject Reaction Time VariabilityRibeiro, Maria J. ; Paiva, Joana S ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
23-Sep-2016The role of long-range neural oscillatory synchrony as a mechanism underlying in perceptual coherenceDuarte, João Valente doctoralThesisopenAccess