Eve A. Isham

CMB, CNS University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Time Perception, Consciousness, Neuroaesthetics
"Eve Isham"
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Zheng L, Gao Z, McAvan AS, et al. (2021) Partially overlapping spatial environments trigger reinstatement in hippocampus and schema representations in prefrontal cortex. Nature Communications. 12: 6231
Liang M, Zheng J, Isham E, et al. (2021) Common and Distinct Roles of Frontal Midline Theta and Occipital Alpha Oscillations in Coding Temporal Intervals and Spatial Distances. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-17
Isham EA, Wulf KA, Mejia C, et al. (2017) Deliberation period during easy and difficult decisions: re-examining Libet's "veto" window in a more ecologically valid framework. Neuroscience of Consciousness. 2017: nix002
Isham EA, Le CH, Ekstrom AD. (2017) Rightward and leftward biases in temporal reproduction of objects represented in central and peripheral spaces. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Ekstrom AD, Isham EA. (2017) Human spatial navigation: Representations across dimensions and scales. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 17: 84-89
Isham EA, Geng JJ. (2013) Looking time predicts choice but not aesthetic value. Plos One. 8: e71698
Isham E, Geng J. (2013) Visual fixation parameters predict decisional outcomes better than preference Journal of Vision. 13: 798-798
Geng J, DiQuattro N, Isham E, et al. (2012) Distracter rejection depends on mechanisms of attentional shifting Journal of Vision. 12: 1343-1343
Isham EA, Geng JJ. (2011) Rewarding performance feedback alters reported time of action. Consciousness and Cognition. 20: 1577-85
Isham EA, Banks WP, Ekstrom AD, et al. (2011) Deceived and distorted: game outcome retrospectively determines the reported time of action. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 37: 1458-69
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