David Andresen

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
"David Andresen"
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Chad J. Marsolek grad student 1996-2002 UMN
 (Spatial and motor sequence representations in general and specific perceptual -motor sequence learning.)
Kalanit Grill-Spector post-doc Stanford
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Andresen DR, Marsolek CJ. (2012) Effector-independent and effector-dependent sequence representations underlie general and specific perceptuomotor sequence learning. Journal of Motor Behavior. 44: 53-61
Andresen DR, Grill-Spector KO. (2010) View sensitivity of object representations in human object-selective visual cortex Journal of Vision. 6: 312-312
Andresen DR, Vinberg J, Grill-Spector K. (2009) The representation of object viewpoint in human visual cortex. Neuroimage. 45: 522-36
Andresen DR, Marsolek CJ. (2005) Does a causal relation exist between the functional hemispheric asymmetries of visual processing subsystems? Brain and Cognition. 59: 135-44
Marsolek CJ, Andresen DR. (2005) Interactive visual and postvisual processes and their roles in form-specific memory. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Expã©Rimentale. 59: 109-23
Andresen DR, Grill-Spector K. (2005) Mixture of view-invariant and view-dependent representations in human object-selective cortex Journal of Vision. 5: 743-743
Deason RG, Andresen DR, Marsolek CJ. (2005) Causal relations between asymmetries at the individual level? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 28: 596-597
Andresen DR, Grill-Spector K. (2004) Task dependent modulation of size-sensitivity across human visual cortex Journal of Vision. 4: 41-41
Marsolek CJ, Nicholas CD, Andresen DR. (2002) Interhemispheric communication of abstract and specific visual-form information. Neuropsychologia. 40: 1983-99
Andresen DR, Marsolek CJ. (1998) Chorus of k prototypes or discord of contradictory representations? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 21: 467-468
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