Lorena Chanes
TitleCited byYear
Frontal eye field, where art thou? Anatomy, function, and non-invasive manipulation of frontal regions involved in eye movements and associated cognitive operations
M Vernet, R Quentin, L Chanes, A Mitsumasu, A Valero-Cabré
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 8, 66, 2014
982014
Evidence for a large-scale brain system supporting allostasis and interoception in humans
IR Kleckner, J Zhang, A Touroutoglou, L Chanes, C Xia, WK Simmons, ...
Nature human behaviour 1 (5), 0069, 2017
962017
Redefining the role of limbic areas in cortical processing
L Chanes, LF Barrett
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (2), 96-106, 2016
922016
Causal frequency-specific contributions of frontal spatiotemporal patterns induced by non-invasive neurostimulation to human visual performance
L Chanes, R Quentin, C Tallon-Baudry, A Valero-Cabré
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (11), 5000-5005, 2013
612013
Spatial attention and conscious perception: the role of endogenous and exogenous orienting
AB Chica, S Lasaponara, L Chanes, A Valero-Cabré, F Doricchi, ...
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 73 (4), 1065-1081, 2011
562011
Fronto-parietal anatomical connections influence the modulation of conscious visual perception by high-beta frontal oscillatory activity
R Quentin, L Chanes, M Vernet, A Valero-Cabré
Cerebral cortex 25 (8), 2095-2101, 2014
322014
Manipulation of pre-target activity on the right frontal eye field enhances conscious visual perception in humans
L Chanes, AB Chica, R Quentin, A Valero-Cabre
PloS one 7 (5), e36232, 2012
302012
Fronto-tectal white matter connectivity mediates facilitatory effects of non-invasive neurostimulation on visual detection
R Quentin, L Chanes, R Migliaccio, R Valabrègue, A Valero-Cabré
Neuroimage 82, 344-354, 2013
222013
Visual contrast sensitivity improvement by right frontal high-beta activity is mediated by contrast gain mechanisms and influenced by fronto-parietal white matter microstructure
R Quentin, S Elkin Frankston, M Vernet, MN Toba, P Bartolomeo, ...
Cerebral cortex 26 (6), 2381-2390, 2015
212015
Arrhythmic activity in the left frontal eye field facilitates conscious visual perception in humans
L Chanes, R Quentin, M Vernet, A Valero-Cabre
Cortex 71, 240-247, 2015
102015
Facial expression predictions as drivers of social perception.
L Chanes, JB Wormwood, N Betz, LF Barrett
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (3), 380, 2018
62018
Topography Impacts Topology: Anatomically Central Areas Exhibit a “High-Level Connector” Profile in the Human Cortex
J Zhang, LH Scholtens, Y Wei, MP van den Heuvel, L Chanes, LF Barrett
Cerebral Cortex, 2019
12019
Influence of geometrical factors on phase contrast fiber images
M Chevalier, L Chanes, E Guibelalde, ME Brandan, T Alieva
International Workshop on Digital Mammography, 334-341, 2010
12010
Cross-modal cueing effects of visuospatial attention on conscious somatosensory perception
D Doruk, L Chanes, A Malavera, LB Merabet, A Valero-Cabre, F Fregni
Heliyon 4 (4), e00595, 2018
2018
Assessing potential neurophysiological signatures of chronic corneal pain and its modulation through non-invasive brain stimulation: A commentary
L Chanes, D Doruk, J Leite, S Carvalho, A Malavera, D Jacobs, ...
Principles and Practice of Clinical Research 1 (2), 2015
2015
Corrigendum: Frontal eye field, where art thou? Anatomy, function, and non-invasive manipulation of frontal regions involved in eye movements and associated cognitive operations
M Vernet, R Quentin, L Chanes, A Mitsumasu, A Valero-Cabre
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 8, 88, 2014
2014
Frontal and parietal contributions to visual perception in humans
LC Puiggros
Université Pierre et Marie Curie-Paris VI, 2014
2014
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