University Park, Florida, United States of America
Areas of Specialization
Science, Logic, and Mathematics
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    Disruption of Foveal Space Impairs Discrimination of Peripheral Objects
    with Kimberly B. Weldon, Anina N. Rich, and Alexandra Woolgar
    Frontiers in Psychology 7. 2016.
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    Neural Response to Low Energy and High Energy Foods in Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder: A Functional MRI Study
    with Brooke Donnelly, Nasim Foroughi, Stephen Touyz, Sloane Madden, Michael Kohn, Simon Clark, Perminder Sachdev, Anthony Peduto, Ian Caterson, Janice Russell, and Phillipa Hay
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    ObjectiveBulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder are eating disorders characterized by recurrent binge eating episodes. Overlap exists between ED diagnostic groups, with BE episodes presenting one clinical feature that occurs transdiagnostically. Neuroimaging of the responses of those with BN and BED to disorder-specific stimuli, such as food, is not extensively investigated. Furthermore, to our knowledge, there have been no previous published studies examining the neural response of individua…Read more
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    Reach trajectories reveal delayed processing of low spatial frequency faces in developmental prosopagnosia
    with Bhuvanesh Awasthi and Jason Friedman
    Cognitive Neuroscience 3 (2): 120-130. 2012.
    Developmental prosopagnosia is characterized by a selective deficit in face recognition despite normal cognitive and neurological functioning. Previous research has established configural processing deficits in DP subjects. Low spatial frequency information subserves configural face processing. Using hybrid stimuli, here we examined the evolution of perceptual dynamics and integration of LSF information by DP subjects while they pointed to high spatial frequency face targets. Permutation analysi…Read more
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    Distinct spatial scale sensitivities for early categorization of faces and places: neuromagnetic and behavioral findings
    with Bhuvanesh Awasthi, Paul F. Sowman, and Jason Friedman
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7. 2013.
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    Faster, stronger, lateralized: low spatial frequency information supports face processing
    with Bhuvanesh Awasthi and Jason Friedman
    Neuropsychologia 49 (13): 3583-3590. 2011.
    Distinct visual pathways are selectively tuned for processing specific spatial frequencies. Recently, Awasthi, Friedman, and Williams reported fast categorisation of faces at periphery, arguing for primacy of low spatial frequency information in face processing. However, previous studies have also documented rapid categorization of places and natural scenes. Here, we tested if the LSF advantage is face specific or also involved in place perception. We used visually guided reaching as a continuou…Read more
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    Investigating the Features of the M170 in Congenital Prosopagnosia
    with Davide Rivolta, Romina Palermo, and Laura Schmalzl
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6. 2012.
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    Editorial: Facing the Other: Novel Theories and Methods in Face Perception Research
    with Davide Rivolta and Aina Puce
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10. 2016.
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    How veridical is feedback of visual object information to foveal retinotopic cortex?
    with Weldon Kimberly, Woolgar Alexandra, and Rich Anina
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9. 2015.
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