Talia Konkle

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2015- Psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Website:
konklab.fas.harvard.edu
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Jacob S Prince research assistant 2018-2019 Harvard
Bria L. Long grad student Harvard
Caterina Magri grad student Harvard
Emilie Josephs grad student 2015- Harvard
Leyla Tarhan grad student 2015- Harvard
Daniel Janini grad student 2017- Harvard
Jeongho Park post-doc 2018- Harvard
Arturo Deza post-doc 2019- Harvard
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Magri C, Konkle T, Caramazza A. (2021) The contribution of object size, manipulability, and stability on neural responses to inanimate objects. Neuroimage. 237: 118098
Josephs EL, Konkle T. (2020) Large-scale dissociations between views of objects, scenes, and reachable-scale environments in visual cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117: 29354-29362
Tarhan L, Konkle T. (2020) Sociality and interaction envelope organize visual action representations. Nature Communications. 11: 3002
Tarhan L, Konkle T. (2019) Reliability-based voxel selection. Neuroimage. 116350
Josephs EL, Konkle T. (2019) Perceptual dissociations among views of objects, scenes, and reachable spaces. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 45: 715-728
Janini D, Konkle T. (2019) A Pokémon-sized window into the human brain. Nature Human Behaviour
Long B, Moher M, Carey S, et al. (2019) Real-world size is automatically encoded in preschoolers' object representations. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Long B, Moher M, Carey SE, et al. (2019) Animacy and object size are reflected in perceptual similarity computations by the preschool years Visual Cognition. 27: 435-451
Long B, Yu CP, Konkle T. (2018) Mid-level visual features underlie the high-level categorical organization of the ventral stream. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Long B, Konkle T. (2017) A familiar-size Stroop effect in the absence of basic-level recognition. Cognition. 168: 234-242
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