Adam E. Green

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Cognitive Neuroscience
"Adam Green"
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Weinberger AB, Gallagher NM, Warren ZJ, et al. (2020) Implicit pattern learning predicts individual differences in belief in God in the United States and Afghanistan. Nature Communications. 11: 4503
Kenett YN, Kraemer DJM, Alfred KL, et al. (2020) Developing a neurally informed ontology of creativity measurement. Neuroimage. 117166
Reed JL, Gallagher NM, Sullivan M, et al. (2017) Sex differences in verbal working memory performance emerge at very high loads of common neuroimaging tasks. Brain and Cognition. 113: 56-64
Green AE, Kenworthy L, Gallagher NM, et al. (2016) Social analogical reasoning in school-aged children with autism spectrum disorder and typically developing peers. Autism : the International Journal of Research and Practice
Green AE, Spiegel KA, Giangrande EJ, et al. (2016) Thinking Cap Plus Thinking Zap: tDCS of Frontopolar Cortex Improves Creative Analogical Reasoning and Facilitates Conscious Augmentation of State Creativity in Verb Generation. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Green AE, Mays D, Falk EB, et al. (2016) Young Adult Smokers' Neural Response to Graphic Cigarette Warning Labels. Addictive Behaviors Reports. 3: 28-32
Weinberger AB, Iyer H, Green AE. (2016) Conscious Augmentation of Creative State Enhances "Real" Creativity in Open-Ended Analogical Reasoning. Plos One. 11: e0150773
Ihne JL, Gallagher NM, Sullivan M, et al. (2015) Is less really more: Does a prefrontal efficiency genotype actually confer better performance when working memory becomes difficult? Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 74: 79-95
Green AE, Cohen MS, Raab HA, et al. (2015) Frontopolar activity and connectivity support dynamic conscious augmentation of creative state. Human Brain Mapping. 36: 923-34
DiBattista AM, Stevens BW, Rebeck GW, et al. (2014) Two Alzheimer's disease risk genes increase entorhinal cortex volume in young adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 779
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