Brian D. Gonsalves

2014- Psychology California State University East Bay, Hayward, CA, United States 
memory, fmri, erp
"Brian Gonsalves"
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Ken A. Paller grad student 2001 Northwestern
 (Event-related brain potential investigations of recollection.)
Anthony D. Wagner post-doc Stanford


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Josh Richman research assistant 2007-2008 UIUC
Carol L. Baym grad student 2007-2012 UIUC
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Woroch B, Konkel A, Gonsalves BD. (2019) Activation of stimulus-specific processing regions at retrieval tracks the strength of relational memory. Aims Neuroscience. 6: 250-265
Meng Y, Ye X, Gonsalves BD. (2014) Neural processing of recollection, familiarity and priming at encoding: evidence from a forced-choice recognition paradigm. Brain Research. 1585: 72-82
Coronel JC, Federmeier KD, Gonsalves BD. (2014) Event-related potential evidence suggesting voters remember political events that never happened. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 9: 358-66
Rubin RD, Chesney SA, Cohen NJ, et al. (2013) Using fMR-adaptation to track complex object representations in perirhinal cortex. Cognitive Neuroscience. 4: 107-14
Fischer-Baum S, Gonsalves BD. (2013) Stuck in the past: neural events that predict intrusions from prior trials. Psychological Science. 24: 742-50
Chiu YC, Dolcos F, Gonsalves BD, et al. (2013) On opposing effects of emotion on contextual or relational memory. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 103
Coronel JC, Duff MC, Warren DE, et al. (2012) Remembering and Voting: Theory and Evidence from Amnesic Patients. American Journal of Political Science. 56: 837-848
Kurilla BP, Gonsalves BD. (2012) An ERP investigation into the strategic regulation of the fluency heuristic during recognition memory. Brain Research. 1442: 36-46
Voss JL, Galvan A, Gonsalves BD. (2011) Cortical regions recruited for complex active-learning strategies and action planning exhibit rapid reactivation during memory retrieval. Neuropsychologia. 49: 3956-66
Voss JL, Warren DE, Gonsalves BD, et al. (2011) Spontaneous revisitation during visual exploration as a link among strategic behavior, learning, and the hippocampus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: E402-9
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