Publications

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Domínguez D, J. F., Stewart, A., Burmester, A., Akhlaghi, H., O’Brien, K., Bollmann, S., Caeyenberghs, K. (2024). Improving quantitative susceptibility mapping for the identification of traumatic brain injury neurodegeneration at the individual level. Zeitschrift Für Medizinische Physik.

Clemente, A., Attyé, A., Renard, F., Calamante, F., Burmester, A., Imms, P., Deutscher, E., Akhlaghi, H., Beech, P., Wilson, P. H., Poudel, G. & Caeyenberghs, K. (2023). Individualised profiling of white matter organisation in moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury patients. Brain Research, 1806, 148289.

Fernandez, L., Burmester, A., Duque, J. D., Silk, T. J., Hyde, C. E., Kirkovski, M., Enticott, P. G., & Caeyenberghs, K. (2023). Examination of cerebellar grey-matter volume in children with neurodevelopmental disorders: a coordinated analysis using the ACAPULCO algorithm. The Cerebellum, 22(6), 1243–1249.

Clemente, A., Domínguez D, J. F., Imms, P., Burmester, A., Dhollander, T., Wilson, P. H., Poudel, G., & Caeyenberghs, K. (2021). Individual differences in attentional lapses are associated with fiber-specific white matter microstructure in healthy adults. Psychophysiology, 58(9), e13871.

Imms, P., Domínguez D, J. F., Burmester, A., Seguin, C., Clemente, A., Dhollander, T., Wilson, P. H., Poudel, G., & Caeyenberghs, K. (2021). Navigating the link between processing speed and network communication in the human brain. Brain Structure and Function, 226(4), 1281–1302.

Burmester, A., & Wallis, G. (2012). Contrasting predictions of low-and high-threshold models for the detection of changing visual features. Perception, 41(5), 505–516.

Burmester, A., & Wallis, G. (2011b). Thresholds for the detection of changing visual features. Perception-London, 40(4), 409.

Burmester, A., & Wallis, G. (2011a). Flexible resource allocation for the detection of changing visual features. Perception-London, 40(3), 299.

Burmester, A., & Broerse, J. (2010). Adaptation to combinations of form, colour, and movement. Perception, 39(5), 620–626.