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Distinct preference for spatial frequency content in ventral stream regions underlying the recognition of scenes, faces, bodies and other objects
N Canario, L Jorge, MFL Silva, MA Soares, M Castelo-Branco
Neuropsychologia 87, 110-119, 2016
192016
Is the retina a mirror of the aging brain? Aging of neural retina layers and primary visual cortex across the lifespan
L Jorge, N Canário, H Quental, R Bernardes, M Castelo-Branco
Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 360, 2020
172020
Distinct mechanisms drive hemispheric lateralization of object recognition in the visual word form and fusiform face areas
N Canário, L Jorge, M Castelo-Branco
Brain and Language 210, 104860, 2020
52020
Interplay between macular retinal changes and white matter integrity in early Alzheimer’s disease
C Alves, L Jorge, N Canário, B Santiago, I Santana, J Castelhano, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 70 (3), 723-732, 2019
52019
Simultaneous changes in visual acuity, cortical population receptive field size, visual field map size, and retinal thickness in healthy human aging
MF Silva, BM Harvey, L Jorge, N Canário, F Machado, M Soares, ...
Brain Structure and Function 226 (9), 2839-2853, 2021
32021
Processing of performance‐matched visual object categories: faces and places are related to lower processing load in the frontoparietal executive network than other objects
L Jorge, N Canário, J Castelhano, M Castelo‐Branco
European Journal of Neuroscience 47 (8), 938-946, 2018
32018
Investigating the spatial associations between amyloid-β deposition, grey matter volume, and neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s disease
L Jorge, R Martins, N Canário, C Xavier, A Abrunhosa, I Santana, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 80 (1), 113-132, 2021
22021
The retinal inner plexiform synaptic layer mirrors grey matter thickness of primary visual cortex with increased amyloid β load in early Alzheimer’s disease
L Jorge, N Canário, R Martins, B Santiago, I Santana, H Quental, ...
Neural Plasticity 2020, 2020
22020
Structural impairments in hippocampal and occipitotemporal networks specifically contribute to decline in place and face category processing but not to other visual object …
J Bourbon‐Teles, L Jorge, N Canário, M Castelo‐Branco
Brain and behavior 11 (8), e02127, 2021
12021
Linked deterioration of early visual perception, function and structure in healthy human aging
MF Silva, BM Harvey, L Jorge, N Canário, F Machado, M Soares, ...
BioRxiv, 2020
12020
Machine Learning Approaches in OCT: Application to Neurodegenerative Disorders
R Bernardes, L Jorge, A Nunes, M Castelo-Branco
OCT and Imaging in Central Nervous System Diseases, 507-521, 2020
12020
Texture Quantification Parameters for Alzheimer's disease diagnosis measured by 11C-(R)-PK11195 PET images
M Lapo Pais, L Jorge, R Martins, N Canario, C Xavier, A Abrunhosa, ...
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE AND MOLECULAR IMAGING 48 (SUPPL 1 …, 2021
2021
Linked changes in visual acuity, cortical population receptive field size, visual field map size, and retinal thickness in healthy human aging
MF Silva, B Harvey, L Jorge, N Canário, F Machado, M Soares, ...
2021
Frontoparietal microstructural damage mediates age-dependent working memory decline in face and body information processing: Evidence for dichotomic hemispheric bias mechanisms
J Bourbon-Teles, N Canário, L Jorge, M Castelo-Branco
Neuropsychologia 151, 107726, 2021
2021
Inner retinal layers of the retina predict visual cortical thickness and structural connectivity in early Alzheimer's disease
M Castelo-Branco, L Jorge, C Alves, N Canario, B Santiago, I Santana, ...
ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA 96, 19-19, 2018
2018
Retina, a mirror of the brain: an association between macular and cerebral structural integrity over age
L Jorge, N Canario, H Quental, R Bernardes, M Castelo-Branco
ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA 96, 58-59, 2018
2018
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