Dominic Ffytche spends much of his time researching Neuroscience, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Cognitive psychology, Occipital lobe and Visual cortex. His Neuroscience research incorporates themes from Inferior longitudinal fasciculus and Extreme capsule. His Functional magnetic resonance imaging research integrates issues from Prepulse inhibition, Sensory system, Nicotine and Thalamus.
His Cognitive psychology research incorporates elements of Neural correlates of consciousness, Cognition and Pathological. His Occipital lobe study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Working memory, Brain activity and meditation, Perception and Premovement neuronal activity. The concepts of his Visual cortex study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology, Visual perception, Optical illusion and Charles Bonnet syndrome.
His main research concerns Neuroscience, Cognition, Psychosis, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Visual Hallucination. His study in Visual cortex, Occipital lobe, Visual perception, Electroencephalography and Perception is carried out as part of his Neuroscience studies. He combines subjects such as Cognitive psychology, Internal medicine, Disease and Oncology with his study of Cognition.
The various areas that Dominic Ffytche examines in his Psychosis study include Schizophrenia and Depression. His work investigates the relationship between Functional magnetic resonance imaging and topics such as Working memory that intersect with problems in Precuneus. In the field of Visual Hallucination, his study on Charles Bonnet syndrome overlaps with subjects such as Perspective.
Dominic Ffytche mainly focuses on Parkinson's disease, Visual Hallucination, Disease, Audiology and Neuroscience. He studied Parkinson's disease and Cognitive decline that intersect with Neurology, Cerebrospinal fluid, Amyloid and Cholinergic. His studies in Disease integrate themes in fields like Clinical trial, Perception, Cognition, Pathophysiology and Cohort.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Internal medicine, Psychosis, Oncology and Charles Bonnet syndrome in addition to Cognition. His Audiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Visual processing, Dementia, Stimulation and Non invasive. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phenomenology and Lewy body disease.
Dominic Ffytche mostly deals with Neuroscience, Visual snow, Parkinson's disease, Disease and Cognition. Dominic Ffytche has included themes like Amyloid and Migraine in his Neuroscience study. The Visual snow study combines topics in areas such as Stimulus, Visual processing, Neuroimaging and Aura.
His study in Parkinson's disease is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Clinical trial, Psychiatry, Visual Hallucination, Clinical significance and Dementia. In his work, Internal medicine is strongly intertwined with Oncology, which is a subfield of Disease. His Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Levodopa and Psychosis.
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Perisylvian language networks of the human brain.
Marco Catani;Derek K. Jones;Derek K. Jones;Dominic H. Ffytche.
Annals of Neurology (2005)
Occipito-temporal connections in the human brain
Marco Catani;Derek K Jones;Rosario Donato;Dominic H Ffytche.
The rises and falls of disconnection syndromes
Marco Catani;Dominic Hannes Ffytche.
Cognitive decline in Parkinson disease
Dag Aarsland;Byron Creese;Byron Creese;Marios Politis;K. Ray Chaudhuri.
Nature Reviews Neurology (2017)
Atlasing location, asymmetry and inter-subject variability of white matter tracts in the human brain with MR diffusion tractography.
Michel Thiebaut de Schotten;Dominic H. ffytche;Alberto Bizzi;Flavio Dell'Acqua;Flavio Dell'Acqua.
The Riddoch syndrome: insights into the neurobiology of conscious vision.
Semir Zeki;D. H. Ffytche.
The anatomy of conscious vision: an fMRI study of visual hallucinations.
Dominic Ffytche;Robert Howard;Michael Brammer;Anthony David.
Nature Neuroscience (1998)
PYY modulation of cortical and hypothalamic brain areas predicts feeding behaviour in humans
Rachel L. Batterham;Dominic H. ffytche;J. Miranda Rosenthal;Fernando O. Zelaya.
Visual hallucinatory syndromes and the anatomy of the visual brain
A M Santhouse;R J Howard;D H ffytche.
The parallel visual motion inputs into areas V1 and V5 of human cerebral cortex
D. H. ffytche;C. N. Guy;S. Zeki.
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