Her primary scientific interests are in Visual word form area, Speech recognition, Cognitive psychology, Visual Word and Neuroscience. Her research in Visual word form area intersects with topics in Occipital lobe and Temporal cortex. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Visual perception, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Priming.
Her studies deal with areas such as Functional neuroimaging and Artificial intelligence as well as Visual perception. Her Functional magnetic resonance imaging research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognition, Mental calculation and Natural language processing. As a part of the same scientific family, Antoinette Jobert mostly works in the field of Neuroscience, focusing on Acetylcholine and, on occasion, Basal forebrain.
Antoinette Jobert mainly focuses on Neuroscience, Acetylcholine, Cognitive psychology, Cholinergic and Functional magnetic resonance imaging. Her Acetylcholine research includes themes of Muscarinic acetylcholine receptor, Carbachol, Cerebral cortex, Neuron and Iontophoresis. Antoinette Jobert combines subjects such as Developmental psychology, Neural correlates of consciousness, Visual word form area and Learning to read with her study of Cognitive psychology.
The Visual word form area study combines topics in areas such as Speech recognition, Perception and Temporal cortex. Her Functional magnetic resonance imaging research incorporates themes from Natural language processing, Cognition, Priming, Visual perception and Artificial intelligence. The study incorporates disciplines such as Functional neuroimaging and Mental calculation in addition to Natural language processing.
Her primary areas of study are Cognitive psychology, Visual word form area, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Developmental psychology and Humanities. Her research integrates issues of Perceptual learning, Visual processing, Visual perception, Visual Physiology and Learning to read in her study of Cognitive psychology. Her Learning to read research includes elements of Neural correlates of consciousness, Letter recognition and Repetition priming.
Her studies in Visual word form area integrate themes in fields like Brain anatomy, Planum temporale, Orthography and Fusiform gyrus. Her Functional magnetic resonance imaging research incorporates elements of Visual system and Brain mapping. Her research in Developmental psychology focuses on subjects like Numerical cognition, which are connected to Symbolic number.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cognitive psychology, Visual word form area, Learning to read, Repetition priming and Neural correlates of consciousness. The concepts of her Cognitive psychology study are interwoven with issues in Visual perception, Planum temporale, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Meridian. The various areas that Antoinette Jobert examines in her Planum temporale study include Occipital lobe, Orthography and Fusiform gyrus.
Her Functional magnetic resonance imaging research includes themes of Visual processing and Perceptual learning. Antoinette Jobert has included themes like Chinese characters, Perception, Visual cortex and Visual memory in her Meridian study. Antoinette Jobert undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Repetition priming and Right-to-left through her works.
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How Learning to Read Changes the Cortical Networks for Vision and Language
Stanislas Dehaene;Felipe Pegado;Lucia W. Braga;Paulo Ventura.
Hierarchical Coding of Letter Strings in the Ventral Stream: Dissecting the Inner Organization of the Visual Word-Form System
Fabien Vinckier;Fabien Vinckier;Stanislas Dehaene;Antoinette Jobert;Jean Philippe Dubus.
Letter Binding and Invariant Recognition of Masked Words Behavioral and Neuroimaging Evidence
Stanislas Dehaene;Antoinette Jobert;L. Naccache;P. Ciuciu.
Psychological Science (2004)
Distinct unimodal and multimodal regions for word processing in the left temporal cortex.
Laurent D. Cohen;Antoinette Jobert;Denis Le Bihan;Stanislas Dehaene.
Reading normal and degraded words: contribution of the dorsal and ventral visual pathways.
Laurent Cohen;Laurent Cohen;Stanislas Dehaene;Stanislas Dehaene;Fabien Vinckier;Fabien Vinckier;Antoinette Jobert.
Neural correlates of switching from auditory to speech perception.
Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz;Christophe Pallier;Willy Serniclaes;Liliane Sprenger-Charolles.
Clinical Severity in CADASIL Related to Ultrastructural Damage in White Matter In Vivo Study With Diffusion Tensor MRI
H. Chabriat;S. Pappata;C. Poupon;C. A. Clark.
In vivo imaging of oligonucleotides with positron emission tomography
B. Tavitian;S. Terrazzino;B. Kuhnast;S. Marzabal.
Nature Medicine (1998)
Septo-hippocampal and other medial septum-diagonal band neurons: electrophysiological and pharmacological properties
Y. Lamour;P. Dutar;A. Jobert.
Brain Research (1984)
Cerebral hemodynamics in CADASIL before and after acetazolamide challenge assessed with MRI bolus tracking.
H. Chabriat;S. Pappata;L. Ostergaard;C. A. Clark.
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