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James Matthew Intriligator, PhD

2003-2018 Psychology University of Wales, Bangor, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
 2017- Mechanical Engineering Tufts University, Boston 
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"James Intriligator"

James Intriligator earned his Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience from Harvard University in 1997. After a postdoc in neurology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, he left academia for five years and worked in venture capital and high-tech consulting firms as an offerings designer and innovation catalyst. In 2003, he merged his business experience with his scientific expertise and went to Bangor University (Wales, UK) as a pioneer in the field of consumer psychology. In his 13 years at Bangor, Intriligator created Europe's leading consumer psychology master's programs and co-developed several multidisciplinary design programs.

Mean distance: 13.29 (cluster 23)


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John Polich research assistant 1989-1990 Scripps Institute
Patrick Cavanagh grad student 1990-1997 Harvard
Ken Nakayama grad student 1990-1997 Harvard
Jason J.S. Barton post-doc 1997-2000 Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


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Nicholas Adam Peatfield grad student 2006- University of Wales, Bangor
Chris Hillier grad student 2012- Bangor University
Gareth Jon Harvey grad student 2008-2012 Bangor University
David B. Pearl grad student 2020-2021 Tufts
Farakh Zaman grad student 2018-2022 Tufts
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Peatfield N, Caulfield J, Parkinson J, et al. (2015) Brands and Inhibition: A Go/No-Go Task Reveals the Power of Brand Influence. Plos One. 10: e0141787
Saville CW, Shikhare S, Iyengar S, et al. (2012) Is reaction time variability consistent across sensory modalities? Insights from latent variable analysis of single-trial P3b latencies. Biological Psychology. 91: 275-82
Peatfield NA, Turnbull OH, Parkinson J, et al. (2012) Quick as a BLINK: an ultrarapid analogue of Iowa Gambling Task decision making. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 34: 243-55
Peatfield N, Parkinson J, Intriligator J. (2012) Emotion-Based Learning is Biased by Brand Logos Applied Cognitive Psychology. 26: 694-701
Saville CW, Dean RO, Daley D, et al. (2011) Electrocortical correlates of intra-subject variability in reaction times: average and single-trial analyses. Biological Psychology. 87: 74-83
Saville CWN, Pawling R, Trullinger M, et al. (2011) On the stability of instability: Optimising the reliability of intra-subject variability of reaction times Personality and Individual Differences. 51: 148-153
Intriligator J, Tibboel H, Takahashi C, et al. (2010) Rapid resumption: Temporal asynchrony reveals contents of perceptual hypotheses Journal of Vision. 7: 721-721
Barton JJ, Radcliffe N, Cherkasova MV, et al. (2006) Information processing during face recognition: the effects of familiarity, inversion, and morphing on scanning fixations. Perception. 35: 1089-105
Tse PU, Intriligator J, Rivest J, et al. (2004) Attention and the subjective expansion of time. Perception & Psychophysics. 66: 1171-89
Barton JJ, Cherkasova MV, Press DZ, et al. (2004) Perceptual functions in prosopagnosia. Perception. 33: 939-56
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