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Paul Ferrari
Paul Ferrari
Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei spectrumhealth.org
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Self-paced movements induce high-frequency gamma oscillations in primary motor cortex
D Cheyne, S Bells, P Ferrari, W Gaetz, AC Bostan
Neuroimage 42 (1), 332-342, 2008
3522008
Preoperative magnetic source imaging for brain tumor surgery: a quantitative comparison with intraoperative sensory and motor mapping
H Schiffbauer, MS Berger, P Ferrari, D Freudenstein, HA Rowley, ...
Neurosurgical focus 15 (1), 1-10, 2003
2112003
Latency of the auditory evoked neuromagnetic field components: stimulus dependence and insights toward perception
TPL Roberts, P Ferrari, SM Stufflebeam, D Poeppel
Journal of clinical neurophysiology 17 (2), 114-129, 2000
2092000
Functional activity within brain tumors: a magnetic source imaging study
H Schiffbauer, P Ferrari, HA Rowley, MS Berger, TPL Roberts
Neurosurgery 49 (6), 1313-1321, 2001
1692001
MEG studies of motor cortex gamma oscillations: evidence for a gamma “fingerprint” in the brain?
D Cheyne, P Ferrari
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 575, 2013
1242013
Decoding imagined and spoken phrases from non-invasive neural (MEG) signals
D Dash, P Ferrari, J Wang
Frontiers in neuroscience 14, 290, 2020
1062020
Prominence of M50 auditory evoked response over M100 in childhood and autism
JEO Cardy, P Ferrari, EJ Flagg, W Roberts, TPL Roberts
Neuroreport 15 (12), 1867-1870, 2004
892004
Presurgical mapping with magnetic source imaging: comparisons with intraoperative findings
TPL Roberts, P Ferrari, D Perry, HA Rowley, MS Berger
Brain tumor pathology 17, 57-64, 2000
702000
Magnetoencephalography detection of early syntactic processing in humans: comparison between L1 speakers and L2 learners of English
M Kubota, P Ferrari, TPL Roberts
Neuroscience Letters 353 (2), 107-110, 2003
432003
Intended actions and unexpected outcomes: automatic and controlled processing in a rapid motor task
DO Cheyne, P Ferrari, JA Cheyne
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 237, 2012
402012
Complementary roles of cortical oscillations in automatic and controlled processing during rapid serial tasks
S Isabella, P Ferrari, C Jobst, JA Cheyne, D Cheyne
Neuroimage 118, 268-281, 2015
382015
Latency of evoked neuromagnetic M100 reflects perceptual and acoustic stimulus attributes
TPL Roberts, P Ferrari, D Poeppel
Neuroreport 9 (14), 3265-3269, 1998
381998
MEG sensor selection for neural speech decoding
D Dash, A Wisler, P Ferrari, EM Davenport, J Maldjian, J Wang
IEEE Access 8, 182320-182337, 2020
362020
Consistency of interictal and ictal onset localization using magnetoencephalography in patients with partial epilepsy
L Tang, M Mantle, P Ferrari, H Schiffbauer, HA Rowley, NM Barbaro, ...
Journal of neurosurgery 98 (4), 837-845, 2003
362003
Human neuronal encoding of English syntactic violations as revealed by both L1 and L2 speakers
M Kubota, P Ferrari, TPL Roberts
Neuroscience Letters 368 (2), 235-240, 2004
312004
Towards decoding speech production from single-trial magnetoencephalography (MEG) signals
J Wang, M Kim, AW Hernandez-Mulero, D Heitzman, P Ferrari
2017 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2017
292017
Overt speech retrieval from neuromagnetic signals using wavelets and artificial neural networks
D Dash, P Ferrari, S Malik, J Wang
2018 IEEE Global Conference on Signal and Information Processing (GlobalSIP …, 2018
272018
BrainWave: A MATLAB toolbox for beamformer source analysis of MEG data
C Jobst, P Ferrari, S Isabella, D Cheyne
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 587, 2018
272018
Magnetic mismatch fields elicited by vowel duration and pitch changes in Japanese words in humans: comparison between native-and non-speakers of Japanese
M Inouchi, M Kubota, P Ferrari, TPL Roberts
Neuroscience letters 353 (3), 165-168, 2003
272003
NeuroVAD: Real-time voice activity detection from non-invasive neuromagnetic signals
D Dash, P Ferrari, S Dutta, J Wang
Sensors 20 (8), 2248, 2020
242020
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