Adam Steel
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Distinct subdivisions of human medial parietal cortex support recollection of people and places
EH Silson, A Steel, A Kidder, AW Gilmore, CI Baker
elife 8, e47391, 2019
Scene-selectivity and retinotopy in medial parietal cortex
EH Silson, AD Steel, CI Baker
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 412, 2016
The impact of reward and punishment on skill learning depends on task demands
A Steel, EH Silson, CJ Stagg, CI Baker
Scientific reports 6 (1), 36056, 2016
Local but not long-range microstructural differences of the ventral temporal cortex in developmental prosopagnosia
S Song, L Garrido, Z Nagy, S Mohammadi, A Steel, J Driver, RJ Dolan, ...
Neuropsychologia 78, 195-206, 2015
A network linking scene perception and spatial memory systems in posterior cerebral cortex
A Steel, MM Billings, EH Silson, CE Robertson
Nature communications 12 (1), 2632, 2021
Similarity judgments and cortical visual responses reflect different properties of object and scene categories in naturalistic images
ML King, IIA Groen, A Steel, DJ Kravitz, CI Baker
NeuroImage 197, 368-382, 2019
A posterior–anterior distinction between scene perception and scene construction in human medial parietal cortex
EH Silson, AW Gilmore, SE Kalinowski, A Steel, A Kidder, A Martin, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (4), 705-717, 2019
Density‐weighted concentric rings k‐space trajectory for 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging at 7 T
M Chiew, W Jiang, B Burns, P Larson, A Steel, P Jezzard, ...
NMR in Biomedicine 31 (1), e3838, 2018
Shifts in connectivity during procedural learning after motor cortex stimulation: A combined transcranial magnetic stimulation/functional magnetic resonance imaging study
A Steel, S Song, D Bageac, KM Knutson, A Keisler, ZS Saad, SJ Gotts, ...
Cortex 74, 134-148, 2016
Metabolite-cycled density-weighted concentric rings k-space trajectory (DW-CRT) enables high-resolution 1 H magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging at 3-Tesla
A Steel, M Chiew, P Jezzard, NL Voets, P Plaha, MA Thomas, CJ Stagg, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 7792, 2018
Regional balance between glutamate+ glutamine and GABA+ in the resting human brain
A Steel, M Mikkelsen, RAE Edden, CE Robertson
Neuroimage 220, 117112, 2020
Current promises and limitations of combined virtual reality and functional magnetic resonance imaging research in humans: a commentary on Huffman and Ekstrom
A Steel, CE Robertson, JS Taube
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 33 (2), 159-166, 2021
Online feedback enhances early consolidation of motor sequence learning and reverses recall deficit from transcranial stimulation of motor cortex
L Wilkinson, A Steel, E Mooshagian, T Zimmermann, A Keisler, JD Lewis, ...
Cortex 71, 134-147, 2015
Differential impact of reward and punishment on functional connectivity after skill learning
A Steel, EH Silson, CJ Stagg, CI Baker
Neuroimage 189, 95-105, 2019
Finding the baby in the bath water–evidence for task-specific changes in resting state functional connectivity evoked by training
A Steel, C Thomas, A Trefler, G Chen, CI Baker
Neuroimage 188, 524-538, 2019
MRS and DTI evidence of progressive posterior cingulate cortex and corpus callosum injury in the hyper-acute phase after Traumatic Brain Injury
TP Lawrence, A Steel, M Ezra, M Speirs, PM Pretorius, G Douaud, ...
Brain injury 33 (7), 854-868, 2019
Scene perception and visuospatial memory converge at the anterior edge of visually responsive cortex
A Steel, BD Garcia, K Goyal, A Mynick, CE Robertson
Journal of Neuroscience 43 (31), 5723-5737, 2023
Evaluating the efficacy of multi-echo ICA denoising on model-based fMRI
A Steel, BD Garcia, EH Silson, CE Robertson
Neuroimage 264, 119723, 2022
A retinotopic code structures the interaction between perception and memory systems
A Steel, EH Silson, BD Garcia, CE Robertson
Nature Neuroscience, 1-9, 2024
Intention to learn modulates the impact of reward and punishment on sequence learning
A Steel, CI Baker, CJ Stagg
Scientific reports 10 (1), 8906, 2020
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