Evelina Thunell
Evelina Thunell
Research specialist, Department of Clinical neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
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Different colors of light lead to different adaptation and activation as determined by high-density EEG
M Münch, G Plomp, E Thunell, A Kawasaki, JL Scartezzini, MH Herzog
NeuroImage 101, 547-554, 2014
Putting low-level vision into global context: Why vision cannot be reduced to basic circuits
MH Herzog, E Thunell, H Ögmen
Vision research 126, 9-18, 2016
Memory for repeated images in rapid-serial-visual-presentation streams of thousands of images
E Thunell, SJ Thorpe
Psychological science 30 (7), 989-1000, 2019
High prevalence of olfactory disorders 18 months after contracting COVID-19
A Tognetti, E Thunell, MJ Olsson, N Greilert, S Havervall, C Thålin, ...
Otolaryngology 10 (2022.01), 20.22269490, 2022
Excess success in articles on object-based attention
G Francis, E Thunell
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 84 (3), 700-714, 2022
Reversing bonferroni
G Francis, E Thunell
Psychonomic bulletin & review 28, 788-794, 2021
Regularity is not a key factor for encoding repetition in rapid image streams
E Thunell, SJ Thorpe
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 6872, 2019
Retinotopic encoding of the Ternus-Pikler display reflected in the early visual areas
E Thunell, W van der Zwaag, H Öǧmen, G Plomp, MH Herzog
Journal of vision 16 (3), 26-26, 2016
Effects of COVID-19 on the human central olfactory system: A natural pre-post experiment
E Thunell, MG Peter, V Lenoir, P Andersson, BN Landis, M Becker, ...
American Journal of Neuroradiology 43 (12), 1777-1783, 2022
Impairment of quality of life due to COVID-19-induced long-term olfactory dysfunction
AL Winter, S Henecke, JN Lundström, E Thunell
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 1165911, 2023
Excess Success in “Ray of hope: Hopelessness increases preferences for brighter lighting”
G Francis, E Thunell
Collabra: Psychology 5 (1), 22, 2019
EEG correlates of relative motion encoding
E Thunell, G Plomp, H Ögmen, MH Herzog
Brain topography 29, 273-282, 2016
COVID-19 Infection does not seem to affect cognition in college students
G Francis, E Thunell
Consciousness and Cognition 108, 103464, 2023
Data detective methods for revealing questionable research practices
G Francis, E Thunell
Avoiding questionable research practices in applied psychology, 123-145, 2022
The moon size illusion does not improve perceptual judgments
G Francis, B Cummins, J Kim, L Grzeczkowski, E Thunell
Consciousness and cognition 73, 102754, 2019
Lifelong olfactory deprivation‐dependent cortical reorganization restricted to orbitofrontal cortex
MG Peter, F Darki, E Thunell, G Mårtensson, EM Postma, S Boesveldt, ...
Human Brain Mapping 44 (18), 6459-6470, 2023
Whither unisensory olfactory cortex: processing of visual and auditory stimuli in olfactory cortex, independently of odor associations
E Thunell, MG Peter, B Iravani, DK Porada, K Prenner, F Darki, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.04. 20.537709, 2023
Discriminating between sick and healthy faces based on early sickness cues: an exploratory analysis of sex differences
A Tognetti, E Thunell, M Zakrzewska, J Olofsson, M Lekander, J Axelsson, ...
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 11 (1), 386-396, 2023
Excess success in “Don’t count calorie labeling out: Calorie counts on the left side of menu items lead to lower calorie food choices”
G Francis, E Thunell
Meta-Psychology 4, 2020
Nasal inhalation does not improve memory of visual repetitions
E Thunell, G Francis, E Dal Bò, M Schaefer, JN Lundström, A Arshamian
Psychophysiology, e14609, 2024
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