Janice Chen, PhD

Affiliations: 
1998-2002 Brain & Cognitive Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 2002-2005 Psychology University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
 2005-2011 Psychology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 2012-2016 Neuroscience Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
 2017- Pysch & Brain Sciences Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
Memory, Perception
Website:
http://jchenlab.johnshopkins.edu
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Pawan Sinha research assistant 2001-2002 MIT
Geoffrey R. Loftus research assistant 2002-2005 University of Washington
Anthony D. Wagner grad student 2005-2011 Stanford
Uri Hasson post-doc 2012- Princeton
Kenneth A. Norman post-doc 2012- Princeton
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Chen J, Bornstein AM. (2024) The causal structure and computational value of narratives. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Lee Y, Chen J. (2024) The relationship between event boundary strength and pattern shifts across the cortical hierarchy during naturalistic movie-viewing. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Born SJ, Shi K, Lee Masson H, et al. (2023) Word-timestamped transcripts of two spoken narrative recall functional neuroimaging datasets. Data in Brief. 50: 109490
Zadbood A, Nastase S, Chen J, et al. (2022) Neural representations of naturalistic events are updated as our understanding of the past changes. Elife. 11
Lee H, Chen J, Hasson U. (2022) A functional neuroimaging dataset acquired during naturalistic movie watching and narrated recall of a series of short cinematic films. Data in Brief. 46: 108788
Lee H, Chen J. (2022) Predicting memory from the network structure of naturalistic events. Nature Communications. 13: 4235
Lee H, Chen J. (2022) A generalized cortical activity pattern at internally generated mental context boundaries during unguided narrative recall. Elife. 11
Musz E, Chen J. (2022) Neural signatures associated with temporal compression in the verbal retelling of past events. Communications Biology. 5: 489
Williams JA, Margulis EH, Nastase SA, et al. (2022) High-Order Areas and Auditory Cortex Both Represent the High-Level Event Structure of Music. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-16
Nastase SA, Liu YF, Hillman H, et al. (2021) The "Narratives" fMRI dataset for evaluating models of naturalistic language comprehension. Scientific Data. 8: 250
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