Browsing by Author Ribeiro, Maria J.

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2012Abnormal brain activation in neurofibromatosis type 1: a link between visual processing and the default mode networkViolante, Inês R ; Ribeiro, Maria J ; Cunha, Gil ; Bernardino, Inês ; Duarte, João V ; Ramos, Fabiana ; Saraiva, Jorge ; Silva, Eduardo ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
21-Feb-2014Abnormal late visual responses and alpha oscillations in neurofibromatosis type 1: a link to visual and attention deficitsRibeiro, Maria J ; d'Almeida, Otília C ; Ramos, Fabiana ; Saraiva, Jorge ; Silva, Eduardo D ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
Mar-2015Abnormal relationship between GABA, neurophysiology and impulsive behavior in neurofibromatosis type 1Ribeiro, Maria J ; Violante, Inês R ; Bernardino, Inês ; Edden, Richard A E ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleclosedAccess
Feb-2015Activation of IGF-1 and Insulin Signaling Pathways Ameliorate Mitochondrial Function and Energy Metabolism in Huntington’s Disease Human LymphoblastsNaia, Luana ; Ferreira, I. Luísa ; Cunha-Oliveira, Teresa ; Duarte, Ana I. ; Ribeiro, Márcio ; Rosenstock, Tatiana R. ; Laço, Mário N. ; Ribeiro, Maria J. ; Oliveira, Catarina R. ; Saudou, Frédéric ; Humbert, Sandrine ; Rego, A. Cristina articleopenAccess
13-Feb-2013Gyrification, cortical and subcortical morphometry in neurofibromatosis type 1: an uneven profile of developmental abnormalitiesViolante, Inês R ; Ribeiro, Maria J ; Silva, Eduardo D ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
2016Peripheral Attentional Targets under Covert Attention Lead to Paradoxically Enhanced Alpha Desynchronization in Neurofibromatosis Type 1Silva, Gilberto ; Ribeiro, Maria J ; Costa, Gabriel N ; Violante, Inês ; Ramos, Fabiana ; Saraiva, Jorge ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess
18-Jun-2010Psychophysical channels and ERP population responses in human visual cortex: area summation across chromatic and achromatic pathwaysRibeiro, Maria J ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleclosedAccess
2016Spontaneous Fluctuations in Sensory Processing Predict Within-Subject Reaction Time VariabilityRibeiro, Maria J ; Paiva, Joana S ; Castelo-Branco, Miguel articleopenAccess