Self-consciousness & auto-referential stimuli

Self-consciousness in non-communicative patients - view PDF - Commentary by Cole
Laureys S, Perrin F, Brédart S
Consciousness & Cognition, 16 (2007) 722-41

Cerebral response to patients’ own name in the vegetative and minimally conscious states
Di HB, Yu SM, Weng XC, Laureys S, Yu D, Li JQ, Qin PM, Zhu YH, Zhang SZ, Chen YZ
Neurology, 68 (2007) 895-899

Brain response to one’s own name in vegetative state, minimally conscious state and locked-in syndrome
Perrin F, Schnakers C, Schabus M, Degeuldre C, Goldman S, Brédart S, Faymonville ME, Lamy M, Moonen G, Luxen A, Maquet P, Laureys S
Archives of Neurology 63 (2006) 562-569

One’s own face is hard to ignore
Brédart S, Delchambre M, Laureys S
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59  (2006) 46-52

Neural mechanisms involved in the detection of our first name: a combined ERPs and PET study
Perrin F, Maquet P, Peigneux P, Ruby P, Degeuldre C, Balteau E, Del Fiore G, Moonen G, Luxen A, Laureys S
Neuropsychologia 43 (2005) 12-19

Self-referential reflective activity and its relationship with rest: A PET study
D'Argembeau A, Collette F, Van der Linden M, Laureys S, Del Fiore G, Degueldre C, Luxen A, Salmon E
Neuroimage 25 (2005) 616-24



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