Giorgio Ganis

Affiliations: 
Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Plymouth 
Area:
Visual cognition, Cognitive control, Deception
Website:
http://www.wjh.harvard.edu/~ganis/WELCOME/
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Battaglini L, Casco C, Isaacs BR, et al. (2016) Electrophysiological correlates of motion extrapolation: An investigation on the CNV. Neuropsychologia. 95: 86-93
Ganis G, Bridges D, Chun-Wei, et al. (2016) Is anterior N2 enhancement a reliable electrophysiological index of concealed information? Neuroimage
Schendan HE, Ganis G. (2015) Top-down modulation of visual processing and knowledge after 250 ms supports object constancy of category decisions. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1289
Ganis G. (2015) Deception Detection Using Neuroimaging Detecting Deception: Current Challenges and Cognitive Approaches. 105-121
Ganis G. (2015) Investigating Deception and Deception Detection with Brain Stimulation Methods Detecting Deception: Current Challenges and Cognitive Approaches. 253-268
Andrade J, May J, Deeprose C, et al. (2014) Assessing vividness of mental imagery: The Plymouth Sensory Imagery Questionnaire. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953). 105: 547-63
Berzano D, Blomer J, Buncic P, et al. (2014) PROOF as a service on the cloud: A virtual analysis facility based on the CernVM ecosystem Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 513
Vrij A, Ganis G. (2014) Theories in Deception and Lie Detection Credibility Assessment: Scientific Research and Applications. 301-374
Ganis G, Schendan HE. (2014) Cognitive neuroscience of mental imagery: Methods and paradigms Multisensory Imagery. 283-298
Schendan HE, Ganis G. (2013) Face-specificity is robust across diverse stimuli and individual people, even when interstimulus variance is zero. Psychophysiology. 50: 287-91
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