Joan Gay Snodgrass, Ph.D.

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
"Joan Snodgrass"
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Pamela Dalton grad student 1989-1993 NYU
Miriam Z. Mintzer grad student 1995 NYU
Jin Fan grad student 2000 NYU
Glen M. Doniger grad student 2001 NYU
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Matsukawa J, Snodgrass JG, Doniger GM. (2005) Conceptual versus perceptual priming in incomplete picture identification. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 34: 515-40
Karlsen PJ, Snodgrass JG. (2004) The word-frequency paradox for recall/recognition occurs for pictures. Psychological Research. 68: 271-6
Doniger GM, Silipo G, Rabinowicz EF, et al. (2001) Impaired sensory processing as a basis for object-recognition deficits in schizophrenia. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 158: 1818-26
Cycowicz YM, Friedman D, Snodgrass JG. (2001) Remembering the color of objects: an ERP investigation of source memory. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 11: 322-34
Cycowicz YM, Friedman D, Snodgrass JG, et al. (2001) Recognition and source memory for pictures in children and adults. Neuropsychologia. 39: 255-67
Doniger GM, Foxe JJ, Murray MM, et al. (2000) Activation timecourse of ventral visual stream object-recognition areas: high density electrical mapping of perceptual closure processes. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 12: 615-21
Cycowicz YM, Friedman D, Snodgrass JG, et al. (2000) A developmental trajectory in implicit memory is revealed by picture fragment completion. Memory (Hove, England). 8: 19-35
Kinjo H, Snodgrass JG. (2000) Does the generation effect occur for pictures? The American Journal of Psychology. 113: 95-121
Kinjo H, Snodgrass JG. (2000) Is there a picture superiority effect in perceptual implicit tasks? European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 12: 145-164
Mintzer MZ, Snodgrass JG. (1999) The picture superiority effect: support for the distinctiveness model. The American Journal of Psychology. 112: 113-46
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