Ben Deen

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Cognitive Neuroscience, Social Perception
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Gregory McCarthy research assistant 2008-2009 Yale
Kevin A. Pelphrey research assistant 2009-2010 Yale
Nancy Kanwisher grad student 2010-2015 MIT
Rebecca Saxe grad student 2010-2015 MIT
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Deen B, Saxe R, Kanwisher N. (2020) Processing communicative facial and vocal cues in the superior temporal sulcus: Faces and voices in the STS. Neuroimage. 117191
Deen B, Saxe R. (2019) Parts-based representations of perceived face movements in the superior temporal sulcus. Human Brain Mapping
Powell LJ, Deen B, Saxe R. (2017) Using individual functional channels of interest to study cortical development with fNIRS. Developmental Science
Deen B, Richardson H, Dilks DD, et al. (2017) Organization of high-level visual cortex in human infants. Nature Communications. 8: 13995
Deen B, Koldewyn K, Kanwisher N, et al. (2015) Functional Organization of Social Perception and Cognition in the Superior Temporal Sulcus. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Deen B, Saxe R, Bedny M. (2015) Occipital Cortex of Blind Individuals Is Functionally Coupled with Executive Control Areas of Frontal Cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 1633-47
Di Martino A, Yan CG, Li Q, et al. (2014) The autism brain imaging data exchange: towards a large-scale evaluation of the intrinsic brain architecture in autism. Molecular Psychiatry. 19: 659-67
Deen B, Pelphrey K. (2012) Perspective: Brain scans need a rethink. Nature. 491: S20
Bolling DZ, Pitskel NB, Deen B, et al. (2011) Development of neural systems for processing social exclusion from childhood to adolescence. Developmental Science. 14: 1431-44
Bolling DZ, Pitskel NB, Deen B, et al. (2011) Enhanced neural responses to rule violation in children with autism: a comparison to social exclusion. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 1: 280-94
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