Stephen Kosslyn

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Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Barbara Henker research assistant 1970 UCLA
Gordon H. Bower grad student Stanford
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Moulton ST, Türkay S, Kosslyn SM. (2017) Does a presentation's medium affect its message? PowerPoint, Prezi, and oral presentations. Plos One. 12: e0178774
Pearson J, Naselaris T, Holmes EA, et al. (2015) Mental Imagery: Functional Mechanisms and Clinical Applications. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 19: 590-602
Kosslyn SM. (2015) Stephen M. Kosslyn Current Biology. 25: R134-R136
Kosslyn SM. (2015) Authorship: Credit where credit is due Ethical Challenges in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 50-52
Rosenberg RS, Lange W, Zebrack B, et al. (2014) An outdoor adventure program for young adults with cancer: positive effects on body image and psychosocial functioning. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. 32: 622-36
Kosslyn SM. (2014) The representational-development hypothesis Memory Development in Children. 20: 157-189
Kozhevnikov M, Evans C, Kosslyn SM. (2014) Cognitive style as environmentally sensitive individual differences in cognition: A modern synthesis and applications in education, business, and management Psychological Science in the Public Interest, Supplement. 15: 3-33
Kim S, Borst G, Thompson WL, et al. (2013) Sparing of spatial mental imagery in patients with hippocampal lesions. Learning & Memory (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.). 20: 657-63
Corballis MC. (2013) The divided brain Progress in Psychological Science Around the World. Volume 1 Neural, Cognitive and Developmental Issues: Congress Proceedings: Xviii International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, 2004. 177-194
Slotnick SD, Thompson WL, Kosslyn SM. (2012) Visual memory and visual mental imagery recruit common control and sensory regions of the brain. Cognitive Neuroscience. 3: 14-20
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