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Thomas J. McKeeff

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Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
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Vision
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Frank Tong grad student 2009 Princeton
 (Temporal limitations of visual object processing.)
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Roux S, McKeeff TJ, Grosjacques G, et al. (2013) The interaction between central and peripheral processes in handwriting production. Cognition. 127: 235-41
McGugin RW, McKeeff TJ, Tong F, et al. (2011) Irrelevant objects of expertise compete with faces during visual search. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 73: 309-17
McKeeff TJ, McGugin RW, Tong F, et al. (2010) Expertise increases the functional overlap between face and object perception. Cognition. 117: 355-60
McKeeff TJ, Remus DA, Tong F. (2007) Temporal limitations in object processing across the human ventral visual pathway. Journal of Neurophysiology. 98: 382-93
McKeeff TJ, Tong F. (2007) The timing of perceptual decisions for ambiguous face stimuli in the human ventral visual cortex. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 17: 669-78
Behrmann M, Marotta J, Gauthier I, et al. (2005) Behavioral change and its neural correlates in visual agnosia after expertise training. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 17: 554-68
McKeeff TJ, Behrmann M. (2004) Pure alexia and covert reading: Evidence from Stroop tasks. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 21: 443-58
Marotta JJ, McKeeff TJ, Behrmann M. (2003) Hemispatial neglect: its effects on visual perception and visually guided grasping. Neuropsychologia. 41: 1262-71
McKeeff TJ, Remus DA, Tong F. (2003) Bottlenecks in corticol processing of objects: A category specific phenomenon Journal of Vision. 3: 472a
Marotta JJ, McKeeff TJ, Behrmann M. (2002) The effects of rotation and inversion on face processing in prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 19: 31-47
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