Haline E. Schendan, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Plymouth, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
vision, learning, memory, meaning, knowledge
Website:
http://www.psy.plymouth.ac.uk/research/HESchendan/
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Parents

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Anne Treisman research assistant UC Berkeley
Marta Kutas grad student UCSD
Chantal Stern post-doc Boston University
Alice Cronin-Golomb post-doc 2000-2003 Tufts

Children

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Jessica A. Bernard research assistant 2006-2007 Tufts
Stephen M. Maher grad student 2004- Tufts
Lisa C. Lucia grad student 2005- Tufts
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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, Schendan HE. (2014) Cognitive neuroscience of mental imagery: Methods and paradigms Multisensory Imagery. 283-298
Schendan HE, Tinaz S, Maher SM, et al. (2013) Frontostriatal and mediotemporal lobe contributions to implicit higher-order spatial sequence learning declines in aging and Parkinson's disease. Behavioral Neuroscience. 127: 204-21
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
Ganis G, Schendan HE. (2012) Concealed semantic and episodic autobiographical memory electrified. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 6: 354
Schendan HE, Ganis G. (2012) Electrophysiological potentials reveal cortical mechanisms for mental imagery, mental simulation, and grounded (embodied) cognition. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 329
Ganis G, Smith D, Schendan HE. (2012) The N170, not the P1, indexes the earliest time for categorical perception of faces, regardless of interstimulus variance. Neuroimage. 62: 1563-74
Ganis G, Schendan HE. (2011) Visual imagery. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 2: 239-52
Ganis G, Rosenfeld JP, Meixner J, et al. (2011) Lying in the scanner: covert countermeasures disrupt deception detection by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neuroimage. 55: 312-9
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