Anthony J. Greene, PhD

Psychology University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI 
fMRI, Learning and Memory
"Anthony Greene"
Mean distance: 14.8 (cluster 23)


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Randolph Easton grad student 1992-1997 Boston College
Kavitha Srinivas grad student 1992-1997 Boston College
William B. Levy post-doc 1997-2001 UVA
James R. Lackner research scientist 1995-1997 Brandeis
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Hannula DE, Greene AJ. (2012) The hippocampus reevaluated in unconscious learning and memory: at a tipping point? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6: 80
Leo PD, Greene AJ. (2008) Is awareness necessary for true inference? Memory & Cognition. 36: 1079-86
Greene AJ. (2008) Implicit analogy: New direct evidence and a challenge to the theory of memory Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 31: 388
Gross WL, Greene AJ. (2007) Analogical inference: the role of awareness in abstract learning. Memory (Hove, England). 15: 838-44
Greene AJ. (2007) Implicit transitive inference and the human hippocampus: does intravenous midazolam function as a reversible hippocampal lesion? Behavioral and Brain Functions : Bbf. 3: 51
Greene AJ, Gross WL, Elsinger CL, et al. (2007) Hippocampal differentiation without recognition: an fMRI analysis of the contextual cueing task. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 14: 548-53
Greene AJ. (2007) Human hippocampal-dependent tasks: is awareness necessary or sufficient? Hippocampus. 17: 429-33
Greene AJ, Gross WL, Elsinger CL, et al. (2006) An FMRI analysis of the human hippocampus: inference, context, and task awareness. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 18: 1156-73
Levy WB, Wu X, Greene AJ, et al. (2003) A source of individual variation Neurocomputing. 52: 165-168
Greene AJ, Spellman BA, Dusek JA, et al. (2001) Relational learning with and without awareness: transitive inference using nonverbal stimuli in humans. Memory & Cognition. 29: 893-902
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