Peter C. Pantelis

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
visual cognition
"Peter Pantelis"
Mean distance: 15.13 (cluster 23)


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Michael Jacob Kahana research assistant 2005-2007 Penn
Jacob Feldman grad student 2007-2013 Rutgers, New Brunswick
 (Using autonomous virtual agents to study the perception of intention.)
Daniel P. Kennedy post-doc Indiana University


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Marieke Karlijn van Vugt collaborator 2006-2007 Penn
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Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2017) Deconstructing atypical eye gaze perception in autism spectrum disorder. Scientific Reports. 7: 14990
Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2017) Autism does not limit strategic thinking in the "beauty contest" game. Cognition. 160: 91-97
Gedek HM, Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2016) The influence of presentation modality on the social comprehension of naturalistic scenes in adults with autism spectrum disorder. Autism : the International Journal of Research and Practice
Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2016) Prior expectations about where other people are likely to direct their attention systematically influence gaze perception. Journal of Vision. 16: 7
Bush JC, Pantelis PC, Morin Duchesne X, et al. (2015) Viewing Complex, Dynamic Scenes "Through the Eyes" of Another Person: The Gaze-Replay Paradigm. Plos One. 10: e0134347
Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2015) Estimation of the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder in South Korea, revisited. Autism : the International Journal of Research and Practice
Pantelis PC, Byrge L, Tyszka JM, et al. (2015) A specific hypoactivation of right temporo-parietal junction/posterior superior temporal sulcus in response to socially awkward situations in autism. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Pantelis PC, Baker CL, Cholewiak SA, et al. (2014) Inferring the intentional states of autonomous virtual agents. Cognition. 130: 360-79
Pantelis PC, Feldman J. (2012) Exploring the mental space of autonomous intentional agents. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 74: 239-49
Pantelis PC, van Vugt MK, Sekuler R, et al. (2008) Why are some people's names easier to learn than others? The effects of face similarity on memory for face-name associations. Memory & Cognition. 36: 1182-95
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