Malia Mason

Columbia University, New York, NY 
"Malia Mason"
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C. Neil Macrae grad student 2006 Dartmouth
 (In search of a default mental mode: Stimulus -independent thought, stream of consciousness, and the psychology of mindwandering.)
Moshe Bar post-doc 2005-2007 Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
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Mason M, Magee JC, Fiske ST. (2014) Neural substrates of social status inference: roles of medial prefrontal cortex and superior temporal sulcus. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 1131-40
Mason MF, Bar M. (2012) The effect of mental progression on mood. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 141: 217-21
Quinn KA, Mason MF, Macrae CN. (2010) When Arnold is "the terminator", we no longer see him as a man: the temporal determinants of person perception. Experimental Psychology. 57: 27-35
Quadflieg S, Mason MF, Macrae CN. (2010) Social cognitive neural processes The Sage Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping and Discrimination. 65-80
Carney DR, Mason MF. (2010) Decision making and testosterone: When the ends justify the means Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 668-671
Morris MW, Mason MF. (2009) Intentionality in intuitive versus analytic processing: Insights from social cognitive neuroscience Psychological Inquiry. 20: 58-65
Quinn KA, Mason MF, Macrae CN. (2009) Familiarity and person construal: Individuating knowledge moderates the automaticity of category activation European Journal of Social Psychology. 39: 852-861
Mason MF, Macrae CN. (2008) Perspective-taking from a social neuroscience standpoint Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 11: 215-232
Bar M, Aminoff E, Mason M, et al. (2007) The units of thought. Hippocampus. 17: 420-8
Mason MF, Norton MI, Van Horn JD, et al. (2007) Wandering minds: the default network and stimulus-independent thought. Science (New York, N.Y.). 315: 393-5
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