Maria Kozhevnikov

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George Mason University, Washington, DC 
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Blazhenkova O, Kozhevnikov M. (2020) Creative Processes during a Collaborative Drawing Task in Teams of Different Specializations Creative Education. 11: 1751-1775
Kozhevnikov M. (2019) Enhancing Human Cognition Through Vajrayana Practices. Journal of Religion and Health
Kozhevnikov M, Li Y, Wong S, et al. (2018) Do enhanced states exist? Boosting cognitive capacities through an action video-game. Cognition. 173: 93-105
Blazhenkova O, Kozhevnikov M. (2016) Types of Creativity and Visualization in Teams of Different Educational Specialization Creativity Research Journal. 28: 123-135
Amihai I, Kozhevnikov M. (2015) The Influence of Buddhist Meditation Traditions on the Autonomic System and Attention. Biomed Research International. 2015: 731579
Kozhevnikov M, Cheng LR, Kozhevnikov M. (2015) Effect of Environment Immersivity on Encoding Strategies of Spatial Tasks Procedia Manufacturing. 3: 5059-5066
Kozhevnikov M, Evans C, Kosslyn SM. (2014) Cognitive Style as Environmentally Sensitive Individual Differences in Cognition: A Modern Synthesis and Applications in Education, Business, and Management. Psychological Science in the Public Interest : a Journal of the American Psychological Society. 15: 3-33
Amihai I, Kozhevnikov M. (2014) Arousal vs. relaxation: a comparison of the neurophysiological and cognitive correlates of Vajrayana and Theravada meditative practices. Plos One. 9: e102990
Kozhevnikov M, Blazhenkova O. (2014) Individual differences in object versus spatial imagery: From neural correlates to real-world applications Multisensory Imagery. 299-318
Kozhevnikov M, Kozhevnikov M, Yu CJ, et al. (2013) Creativity, visualization abilities, and visual cognitive style. The British Journal of Educational Psychology. 83: 196-209
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