R. Nathan Spreng, PhD

Affiliations: 
Human Development Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Neuroscience
Website:
http://people.fas.harvard.edu/~spreng/
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Setton R, Lockrow AW, Turner GR, et al. (2021) Troubled past: A critical psychometric assessment of the self-report Survey of Autobiographical Memory (SAM). Behavior Research Methods
Setton R, Lockrow AW, Turner GR, et al. (2021) Troubled past: A critical psychometric assessment of the self-report Survey of Autobiographical Memory (SAM). Behavior Research Methods
Kupis L, Goodman ZT, Kornfeld S, et al. (2021) Brain Dynamics Underlying Cognitive Flexibility Across the Lifespan. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Kupis L, Goodman ZT, Kornfeld S, et al. (2021) Brain Dynamics Underlying Cognitive Flexibility Across the Lifespan. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Spreng RN, Dimas E, Mwilambwe-Tshilobo L, et al. (2021) Publisher Correction: The default network of the human brain is associated with perceived social isolation. Nature Communications. 12: 3202
Baracchini G, Mišić B, Setton R, et al. (2021) Inter-regional BOLD signal variability is an organizational feature of functional brain networks. Neuroimage. 118149
Mwilambwe-Tshilobo L, Spreng RN. (2020) Social exclusion reliably engages the default network: A meta-analysis of Cyberball. Neuroimage. 227: 117666
Spreng RN, Dimas E, Mwilambwe-Tshilobo L, et al. (2020) The default network of the human brain is associated with perceived social isolation. Nature Communications. 11: 6393
Laurita AC, DuPre E, Ebner NC, et al. (2020) Default network interactivity during mentalizing about known others is modulated by age and social closeness. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Fernández-Cabello S, Kronbichler M, Van Dijk KRA, et al. (2020) Basal forebrain volume reliably predicts the cortical spread of Alzheimer's degeneration. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 143: 993-1009
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