Andrew D. Engell, Ph.D.

Psychology, Neuroscience Kenyon College, Gambier, OH, United States 
Visual system, fMRI, EEG, Social percepton
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P. Andrew Leynes research assistant The College of New Jersey
James Haxby grad student 2003-2008 Princeton
 (Investigations of face processing in the human brain.)
Alexander T. Todorov grad student 2003-2008 Princeton
Gregory McCarthy post-doc 2008-2013 Yale


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Samantha Anne Montoya research assistant 2016-2019 Kenyon College
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Engell AD, Quillian HM. (2020) Faces under continuous flash suppression capture attention faster than objects, but without a face-evoked steady-state visual potential: Is curvilinearity responsible for the behavioral effect? Journal of Vision. 20: 14
Mohr S, Wang A, Engell AD. (2018) Early identity recognition of familiar faces is not dependent on holistic processing. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Engell AD, Kim NY, McCarthy G. (2018) Sensitivity to Faces with Typical and Atypical Part Configurations within Regions of the Face-processing Network: An fMRI Study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-10
Shultz S, van den Honert RN, Engell AD, et al. (2015) Stimulus-induced reversal of information flow through a cortical network for animacy perception. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 10: 129-35
Engell AD, McCarthy G. (2014) Face, eye, and body selective responses in fusiform gyrus and adjacent cortex: an intracranial EEG study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 642
Engell AD, McCarthy G. (2014) Repetition suppression of face-selective evoked and induced EEG recorded from human cortex. Human Brain Mapping. 35: 4155-62
Engell AD, McCarthy G. (2013) Probabilistic atlases for face and biological motion perception: an analysis of their reliability and overlap. Neuroimage. 74: 140-51
Nummenmaa L, Engell AD, von dem Hagen E, et al. (2012) Autism spectrum traits predict the neural response to eye gaze in typical individuals. Neuroimage. 59: 3356-63
Engell AD, Huettel S, McCarthy G. (2012) The fMRI BOLD signal tracks electrophysiological spectral perturbations, not event-related potentials. Neuroimage. 59: 2600-6
Todorov A, Said CP, Oosterhof NN, et al. (2011) Task-invariant brain responses to the social value of faces. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 23: 2766-81
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