Haemy Lee Masson
Haemy Lee Masson
Department of Psychology, Durham University, UK
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Visual and haptic shape processing in the human brain: unisensory processing, multisensory convergence, and top-down influences
H Lee Masson, J Bulthé, HP Op de Beeck, C Wallraven
Cerebral Cortex 26 (8), 3402-3412, 2016
Socio-affective touch expression database
H Lee Masson, H Op de Beeck
PLoS One 13 (1), e0190921, 2018
The multidimensional representational space of observed socio-affective touch experiences
H Lee Masson, S Van De Plas, N Daniels, H Op de Beeck
NeuroImage, 2018
“Can touch this”: Cross‐modal shape categorization performance is associated with microstructural characteristics of white matter association pathways
H Lee Masson, C Wallraven, L Petit
Human brain mapping 38 (2), 842-854, 2017
Intact neural representations of affective meaning of touch but lack of embodied resonance in autism: a multi-voxel pattern analysis study
H Lee Masson, I Pillet, S Amelynck, S Van De Plas, M Hendriks, ...
Molecular Autism 10 (1), 39, 2019
Reduced task-dependent modulation of functional network architecture for positive versus negative affective touch processing in autism spectrum disorders
H Lee Masson, HO de Beeck, B Boets
NeuroImage, 117009, 2020
Distinct activity patterns of the human bed nucleus of the stria terminalis and amygdala during fear learning
K Luyck, TD Goode, H Lee Masson, L Luyten
Neuropsychology review 29, 181-185, 2019
Functional selectivity for social interaction perception in the human superior temporal sulcus during natural viewing
HL Masson, L Isik
NeuroImage 245, 118741, 2021
Task-dependent changes in functional connectivity during the observation of social and non-social touch interaction
H Lee Masson, I Pillet, B Boets, HO de Beeck
Cortex, 2020
Neural representations behind ‘social norm’inferences in humans
F Pegado, MHA Hendriks, S Amelynck, N Daniels, J Bulthé, HL Masson, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 12943, 2018
A comparison of functional networks derived from representational similarity, functional connectivity, and univariate analyses
I Pillet, H Op de Beeck, H Lee Masson
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 1348, 2020
Exploiting object constancy: effects of active exploration and shape morphing on similarity judgments of novel objects
H Lee, C Wallraven
Experimental brain research 225, 277-289, 2013
Neuroanatomical correlates of haptic object processing: combined evidence from tractography and functional neuroimaging
H Lee Masson, H Kang, L Petit, C Wallraven
Brain Structure and Function 223 (2), 619-633, 2018
A multitude of neural representations behind multisensory “social norm” processing
F Pegado, MHA Hendriks, S Amelynck, N Daniels, J Bulthé, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 153, 2018
The brain’s ‘superformula’: perceptual reconstruction of complex shape spaces
H Lee, C Wallraven
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 445-445, 2013
The unreliable influence of multivariate noise normalization on the reliability of neural dissimilarity
JB Ritchie, HL Masson, S Bracci, HPO de Beeck
Neuroimage 245, 118686, 2021
Functional selectivity for naturalistic social interaction perception in the human superior temporal sulcus
H Lee Masson, L Isik
bioRxiv, 2021
Multi-modal self-adaptation during object recognition in an artificial cognitive system
D Miralles, G Garrofé, C Parés, A González, G Serra, A Soto, X Sevillano, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 3772, 2022
Comparing the functional structure of neural networks from representational similarity analysis with those from functional connectivity and univariate analyses
I Pillet, HO de Beeck, HL Masson
Biorxiv, 487199, 2018
Neural basis of remembering details of a social versus non-social scene shown in a naturalistic movie
HL Masson, L Chang, L Isik
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3607-3607, 2022
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