Patricia A. McMullen

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
visual cognition, objects, faces, semantic memory
"Patricia McMullen"
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Matheson HE, Salmon JP, Tougas M, et al. (2018) Embodied object concepts: The contribution of structural and functional manipulability depends on available visual information. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale
Filliter JH, Glover JM, McMullen PA, et al. (2015) The DalHouses: 100 new photographs of houses with ratings of typicality, familiarity, and degree of similarity to faces. Behavior Research Methods
Matheson H, White N, McMullen P. (2015) Accessing embodied object representations from vision: A review. Psychological Bulletin. 141: 511-24
Salmon JP, Matheson HE, McMullen PA. (2014) Photographs of manipulable objects are named more quickly than the same objects depicted as line-drawings: Evidence that photographs engage embodiment more than line-drawings. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1187
Matheson H, Newman AJ, Satel J, et al. (2014) Handles of manipulable objects attract covert visual attention: ERP evidence. Brain and Cognition. 86: 17-23
Matheson HE, White N, McMullen PA. (2014) Testing the embodied account of object naming: a concurrent motor task affects naming artifacts and animals. Acta Psychologica. 145: 33-43
Matheson HE, White NC, McMullen PA. (2014) A test of the embodied simulation theory of object perception: potentiation of responses to artifacts and animals. Psychological Research. 78: 465-82
Salmon JP, Matheson HE, McMullen PA. (2014) Slow categorization but fast naming for photographs of manipulable objects Visual Cognition. 22: 141-172
Matheson HE, McMullen PA. (2011) A computer-generated face database with ratings on realism, masculinity, race, and stereotypy. Behavior Research Methods. 43: 224-8
Matheson HE, McMullen PA. (2010) Neuropsychological dissociations between motion and form perception suggest functional organization in extrastriate cortical regions in the human brain. Brain and Cognition. 74: 160-8
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