Peer-reviewed articles

  1. Weigelt S, Koldewyn K, Kanwisher N (in press). Face recognition deficits in autism spectrum disorders are both domain specific and process specific. PLoS ONE.
  2. Vetter N, Weigelt S, Doehnel, K, Smolka M, Kliegel, M (in press). Ongoing neural development of affective Theory of Mind during adolescence. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
  3. Weigelt S, Koldewyn K, Dilks DD, Balas BJ, McKone E, Kanwisher, N (in press). Domain-specific development of face memory, but not face perception. Developmental Science
  4. Koldewyn K, Jiang YV, Weigelt S, Kanwisher N (2013). Global/local processing in autism: Not a disability, but a disinclination. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. [Epub ahead of print]
  5. Katzner S, Weigelt S (2013). The visual cortical network: Of mice and men. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 23:202-206.
  6. Weigelt S, Singer W, Kohler A (2013). Feature-based attention affects direction-selective fMRI adaptation in hMT+. Cerebral Cortex, 23:2169-2178.
  7. Koldewyn K, Weigelt S, Kanwisher N, Jiang YV (2013). Multiple object tracking in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 43:1394-1405.
  8. Weigelt S, Koldewyn K, Kanwisher N (2012). Face identity recognition in autism spectrum disorders: a review of behavioral studies. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 36: 1060-1084.
  9. Weigelt S, Limbach K, Singer W, Kohler A (2012). Orientation-selective fMRI adaptation in early visual cortex revisited. Human Brain Mapping, 33:707-714.
  10. Maus GW, Weigelt S, Nijhawan R, Muckli L (2010). Does area V3A predict positions of moving objects? Frontiers in Psychology, 1:186. [link]
  11. Weigelt S, Koldewyn K, Doehrmann O (2010). Cross-category adaptation reveals tight coupling of face and body perception. Journal of Neurophysiology, 104:581-583. [link]
  12. Doehrmann O, Weigelt S, Altmann CF, Kaiser J, Naumer MJ (2010). Audio-visual functional magnetic resonance imaging adapation reveals multisensory integration effects in object-related sensory cortices. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30: 3370-3379 [pdf].
  13. Kaas AL, Weigelt S, Roebroeck A, Kohler A, Muckli L (2010). Imagery of a moving object: the role of occipital cortex and human MT/V5+. Neuroimage, 49: 794-804 [pdf].
  14. Weigelt S, Muckli L, Kohler A (2008). Functional magnetic resonance adaptation in visual neuroscience. Reviews in the Neurosciences, 19: 363-380 [pdf].
  15. Weigelt S, Singer W, Muckli L (2007). Separate cortical stages in amodal completion revealed by functional magnetic resonance adaptation. BMC Neuroscience, 8:70 [link].
  16. Weigelt S (2007). Seeing things: illusory contours in the human visual brain. The Journal of Neuroscience, 27: 5269-5270 [pdf].
  17. Weigelt S, Kourtzi Z, Kohler A, Singer W, Muckli L (2007). The cortical representation of objects rotating in depth. The Journal of Neuroscience, 27: 3864-3874 [pdf].


Weigelt S (2008). Neurovision: neuroimaging studies of illusory perception. Maastricht: Datawyse/Universiteire Pers Maastricht (PhD thesis).

Weigelt S (2006). Interactions of motion and form processing: a neuroimaging investigation. Saarbruecken: VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller (MSc thesis).

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