Bruno Laeng, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Oslo, Norway, Oslo, Oslo, Norway 
Laterality, Perception, Attention, Imagery, Synesthesia, Optical Illusions, Music

Post-docs with Michael Peters (Guelph) and Steve Kosslyn (Harvard)

Mean distance: 13.23 (cluster 23)
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Henry (Gus) Buchtel grad student 1987-1993 University of Michigan
 (Co-Mentored with Charles Butter)
Charles Butter grad student 1987-1993 University of Michigan
 (Co-Mentored with Henry (Gus) Buchtel)
Michael Peters post-doc 1993-1994 University of Oslo, Norway
Stephen Kosslyn post-doc 1994-1997 Harvard University - Psychology Department
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Bochynska A, Postma A, Vulchanova M, et al. (2020) More mental rotation time does not imply more mental effort: Pupillary diameters do not change with angular distance. Brain and Cognition. 148: 105670
Endestad T, Godøy RI, Sneve MH, et al. (2020) Mental Effort When Playing, Listening, and Imagining Music in One Pianist's Eyes and Brain. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 576888
Aminihajibashi S, Hagen T, Andreassen OA, et al. (2020) The Effects of Cognitive Abilities and Task Demands on Tonic and Phasic Pupil Sizes. Biological Psychology. 107945
Aminihajibashi S, Hagen T, Laeng B, et al. (2020) Pupillary and behavioral markers of alerting and orienting: An individual difference approach. Brain and Cognition. 143: 105597
Mäki-Marttunen V, Hagen T, Laeng B, et al. (2019) Distinct Neural Mechanisms Meet Challenges in Dynamic Visual Attention due to Either Load or Object Spacing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-20
Aminihajibashi S, Hagen T, Foldal MD, et al. (2019) Individual differences in resting-state pupil size: Evidence for association between working memory capacity and pupil size variability. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology
Walle KM, Nordvik JE, Becker F, et al. (2018) Unilateral neglect post stroke: Eye movement frequencies indicate directional hypokinesia while fixation distributions suggest compensational mechanism. Brain and Behavior. e01170
Walle KM, Nordvik JE, Espeseth T, et al. (2018) Multiple object tracking and pupillometry reveal deficits in both selective and intensive attention in unilateral spatial neglect. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 1-20
Hagen T, Espeseth T, Laeng B. (2018) Chasing Animals With Split Attention: Are Animals Prioritized in Visual Tracking? I-Perception. 9: 2041669518795932
Laeng B, Kiambarua KG, Hagen T, et al. (2018) The "face race lightness illusion": An effect of the eyes and pupils? Plos One. 13: e0201603
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