Gregory L. West, Ph.D.

2011 Psychology University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
"Gregory West"
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Jay Pratt grad student 2011 University of Toronto
 (On Emotion's Ability to Modulate Action Output.)
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Aumont É, Arguin M, Bohbot V, et al. (2019) Increased flanker task and forward digit span performance in caudate-nucleus-dependent response strategies. Brain and Cognition. 135: 103576
Aumont É, Blanchette CA, Bohbot VD, et al. (2019) Caudate nucleus-dependent navigation strategies are associated with increased risk-taking and set-shifting behavior. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 26: 101-108
Diarra M, Zendel BR, Benady-Chorney J, et al. (2018) Playing Super Mario increases oculomotor inhibition and frontal eye field grey matter in older adults. Experimental Brain Research
Blanchette CA, Amirova J, Bohbot VD, et al. (2018) Autistic traits in neurotypical individuals are associated with increased landmark use during navigation. Psych Journal
Benady-Chorney J, Yau Y, Zeighami Y, et al. (2018) Habitual action video game players display increased cortical thickness in the dorsal anterior cingulate cortex. Neuroreport
West GL, Zendel BR, Konishi K, et al. (2017) Playing Super Mario 64 increases hippocampal grey matter in older adults. Plos One. 12: e0187779
Drisdelle BL, Konishi K, Diarra M, et al. (2017) Electrophysiological evidence for enhanced attentional deployment in spatial learners. Experimental Brain Research
West GL, Drisdelle BL, Konishi K, et al. (2015) Habitual action video game playing is associated with caudate nucleus-dependent navigational strategies. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
West GL, Mendizabal S, Carrière MP, et al. (2014) Linear age-correlated development of inhibitory saccadic trajectory deviations. Developmental Psychology. 50: 2285-90
Caplette L, West G, Gomot M, et al. (2014) Affective and contextual values modulate spatial frequency use in object recognition. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 512
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