Mark Faust

University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
cognitive neuroscience
"Mark Faust"
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Subramaniam K, Beeman M, Faust M, et al. (2013) Positively valenced stimuli facilitate creative novel metaphoric processes by enhancing medial prefrontal cortical activation. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 211
Faust M, Ben-Artzi E, Vardi N. (2012) Semantic processing in native and second language: evidence from hemispheric differences in fine and coarse semantic coding. Brain and Language. 123: 228-33
Goldstein A, Arzouan Y, Faust M. (2012) Killing a novel metaphor and reviving a dead one: ERP correlates of metaphor conventionalization. Brain and Language. 123: 137-42
Gold R, Faust M, Ben-Artzi E. (2012) Metaphors and verbal creativity: the role of the right hemisphere. Laterality. 17: 602-14
Subramaniam K, Faust M, Beeman M, et al. (2012) The repetition paradigm: enhancement of novel metaphors and suppression of conventional metaphors in the left inferior parietal lobe. Neuropsychologia. 50: 2705-19
Kenett YN, Kenett DY, Ben-Jacob E, et al. (2011) Global and local features of semantic networks: evidence from the Hebrew mental lexicon. Plos One. 6: e23912
Faust M, Kandelshine-Waldman O. (2011) The effects of different approaches to reading instruction on letter detection tasks in normally achieving and low achieving readers Reading and Writing. 24: 545-566
Gold R, Faust M, Goldstein A. (2010) Semantic integration during metaphor comprehension in Asperger syndrome. Brain and Language. 113: 124-34
Gold R, Faust M. (2010) Right hemisphere dysfunction and metaphor comprehension in young adults with Asperger syndrome. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 40: 800-11
Ben-Artzi E, Faust M, Moeller E. (2009) Hemispheric asymmetries in discourse processing: evidence from false memories for lists and texts. Neuropsychologia. 47: 430-8
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