Raliza Stoyanova
Raliza Stoyanova
Principal, Synaptic Consulting Ltd
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Reduced functional connectivity within and between ‘social’resting state networks in autism spectrum conditions
EAH von dem Hagen, RS Stoyanova, S Baron-Cohen, AJ Calder
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 8 (6), 694-701, 2013
Direct gaze elicits atypical activation of the theory-of-mind network in autism spectrum conditions
EAH von dem Hagen, RS Stoyanova, JB Rowe, S Baron-Cohen, ...
Cerebral cortex 24 (6), 1485-1492, 2014
Inhibition of return to social signals of fear.
RS Stoyanova, J Pratt, AK Anderson
Emotion 7 (1), 49, 2007
Different neural mechanisms within occipitotemporal cortex underlie repetition suppression across same and different-size faces
MP Ewbank, RN Henson, JB Rowe, RS Stoyanova, AJ Calder
Cerebral Cortex 23 (5), 1073-1084, 2013
Optimizing brain health across the life course: WHO position paper
World Health Organization
World Health Organization, 2022
Repetition suppression in ventral visual cortex is diminished as a function of increasing autistic traits
MP Ewbank, G Rhodes, EAH von dem Hagen, TE Powell, N Bright, ...
Cerebral Cortex 25 (10), 3381-3393, 2015
“You talkin’to me?” Self-relevant auditory signals influence perception of gaze direction
RS Stoyanova, MP Ewbank, AJ Calder
Psychological Science 21 (12), 1765-1769, 2010
What is next in African neuroscience?
KA Donald, M Maina, N Patel, C Nguemeni, W Mohammed, A Abubakar, ...
Elife 11, e80488, 2022
pSTS response to gaze reflects wider role in processing ostensive signals in multiple modalities
RS Stoyanova, MP Ewbank, AJ Calder
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 634-634, 2011
You must be looking at me: the influence of auditory signals on the perception of gaze
RS Stoyanova, MP Ewbank, AJ Calder
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 633-633, 2010
The Effect of Personality and Mood on Working and Long-term Recognition Memory for Emotional Content
RS Stoyanova
University of the Witwatersrand, 2007
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