Mark J. Fenske

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
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Scott Allen research assistant 1994-1996 University of Lethbridge
John R. Vokey research assistant 1995-1996 University of Lethbridge
Philip M. Merikle grad student 1996-1998 University of Waterloo
Jennifer A. Stolz grad student 1998-2001 University of Waterloo
 (The common object hypothesis: Understanding when top-down and bottom-up influences interact in attentional processing.)
Jane E. Raymond post-doc 2001-2003 University of Wales Bangor
Moshe Bar post-doc 2003-2007 Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
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Driscoll RL, Clancy EM, Fenske MJ. (2021) Motor-response execution versus inhibition alters social-emotional evaluations of specific individuals. Acta Psychologica. 215: 103290
Clancy EM, Fiacconi CM, Fenske MJ. (2019) Response inhibition immediately elicits negative affect and devalues associated stimuli: Evidence from facial electromyography. Progress in Brain Research. 247: 169-191
De Vito D, Ferrey AE, Fenske MJ, et al. (2018) Cognitive-behavioral and electrophysiological evidence of the affective consequences of ignoring stimulus representations in working memory. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Vito DD, Fenske M. (2018) Using affective ratings to test competing hypotheses about differences in active and accessory states in visual working memory. Journal of Vision. 18: 687-687
Vito DD, Fenske MJ. (2018) Affective evidence that inhibition is involved in separating accessory representations from active representations in visual working memory Visual Cognition. 26: 583-600
Driscoll RL, de Launay KQ, Fenske MJ. (2017) Less approach, more avoidance: Response inhibition has motivational consequences for sexual stimuli that reflect changes in affective value not a lingering global brake on behavior. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
De Vito D, Al-Aidroos N, Fenske MJ. (2017) Neural evidence that inhibition is linked to the affective devaluation of distractors that match the contents of working memory. Neuropsychologia
De Vito D, Fenske MJ. (2017) Suppressing memories of words and familiar objects results in their affective devaluation: Evidence from Think/No-think tasks. Cognition. 162: 1-11
Boshyan J, Betz N, Feldman Barrett L, et al. (2017) THREAT - A database of line-drawn scenes to study threat perception Journal of Vision. 17: 302
Driscoll RL, Barclay P, Fenske MJ. (2016) To be spurned no more: The affective and behavioral consequences of social and nonsocial rejection. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
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