Kestutis Kveraga

MGH Martinos Center, Boston, MA, United States 
"Kestutis Kveraga"
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Im HY, Cushing CA, Ward N, et al. (2021) Differential neurodynamics and connectivity in the dorsal and ventral visual pathways during perception of emotional crowds and individuals: a MEG study. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Kveraga K, Im HY, Ward N, et al. (2020) Fast saccadic and manual responses to faces presented to the koniocellular visual pathway. Journal of Vision. 20: 9
Adams RB, Im HY, Cushing C, et al. (2019) Differential magnocellular versus parvocellular pathway contributions to the combinatorial processing of facial threat. Progress in Brain Research. 247: 71-87
Cushing CA, Im HY, Adams RB, et al. (2019) Magnocellular and parvocellular pathway contributions to facial threat cue processing. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Kveraga K, De Vito D, Cushing C, et al. (2019) Spatial and feature-based attention to expressive faces. Experimental Brain Research
Boshyan J, Feldman Barrett L, Betz N, et al. (2018) Line-Drawn Scenes Provide Sufficient Information for Discrimination of Threat and Mere Negativity. I-Perception. 9: 2041669518755806
Im HY, Adams RB, Cushing CA, et al. (2018) Sex-related differences in behavioral and amygdalar responses to compound facial threat cues. Human Brain Mapping
Cushing CA, Im HY, Adams RB, et al. (2018) Neurodynamics and connectivity during facial fear perception: The role of threat exposure and signal congruity. Scientific Reports. 8: 2776
Im HY, Adams, Jr. R, et al. (2018) The effects of aging in neural processing of facial threat cues via magnocellular and parvocellular pathways. Journal of Vision. 18: 572
Adams RB, Albohn DN, Kveraga K. (2017) Social Vision: Applying a Social-Functional Approach to Face and Expression Perception. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 26: 243-248
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