Randi Starrfelt
Randi Starrfelt
Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen
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Fluctuations in attention: PD dementia vs DLB with parkinsonism
CG Ballard, D Aarsland, I McKeith, J O’brien, A Gray, F Cormack, D Burn, ...
Neurology 59 (11), 1714-1720, 2002
The visual what for area: words and pictures in the left fusiform gyrus
R Starrfelt, C Gerlach
Neuroimage 35 (1), 334-342, 2007
Too little, too late: reduced visual span and speed characterize pure alexia
R Starrfelt, T Habekost, AP Leff
Cerebral Cortex 19 (12), 2880-2890, 2009
Visual processing in pure alexia: A case study
R Starrfelt, T Habekost, C Gerlach
cortex 46 (2), 242-255, 2010
Visual attention capacity: A review of TVA‐based patient studies
T Habekost, R Starrfelt
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 50 (1), 23-32, 2009
Number reading in pure alexia—A review
R Starrfelt, M Behrmann
Neuropsychologia 49 (9), 2283-2298, 2011
Alexia: Diagnosis, treatment and theory
A Leff, R Starrfelt
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
Rehabilitation of pure alexia: A review
R Starrfelt, RR Ólafsdóttir, IM Arendt
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 23 (5), 755-779, 2013
Face and word recognition can be selectively affected by brain injury or developmental disorders
RJ Robotham, R Starrfelt
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1547, 2017
What's in a name? The characterization of pure alexia
R Starrfelt, T Shallice
Cognitive Neuropsychology 31 (5-6), 367-377, 2014
Alexia and quadrant-amblyopia: Reading disability after a minor visual field deficit
T Habekost, R Starrfelt
Neuropsychologia 44 (12), 2465-2476, 2006
Selective alexia and agraphia sparing numbers—A case study
R Starrfelt
Brain and Language 102 (1), 52-63, 2007
From word superiority to word inferiority: Visual processing of letters and words in pure alexia
T Habekost, A Petersen, M Behrmann, R Starrfelt
Cognitive Neuropsychology 31 (5-6), 413-436, 2014
Don't words come easy? A psychophysical exploration of word superiority
R Starrfelt, A Petersen, S Vangkilde
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 519, 2013
On the relation between face and object recognition in developmental prosopagnosia: No dissociation but a systematic association
C Gerlach, SK Klargaard, R Starrfelt
PloS one 11 (10), e0165561, 2016
How low can you go? Spatial frequency sensitivity in pure alexia
R Starrfelt, S Nielsen, T Habekost, T Andersen
Brain and Language 126, 188-192, 2013
Delayed processing of global shape information in developmental prosopagnosia
C Gerlach, SK Klargaard, A Petersen, R Starrfelt
PloS one 12 (12), e0189253, 2017
Reading in developmental prosopagnosia: Evidence for a dissociation between word and face recognition.
R Starrfelt, SK Klargaard, A Petersen, C Gerlach
Neuropsychology 32 (2), 138, 2018
Global precedence effects account for individual differences in both face and object recognition performance
C Gerlach, R Starrfelt
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (4), 1365-1372, 2018
Inversion effects for faces and objects in developmental prosopagnosia: A case series analysis
SK Klargaard, R Starrfelt, C Gerlach
Neuropsychologia 113, 52-60, 2018
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