Bhuvanesh Awasthi, PhD

Affiliations: 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, Visual Perception, Behavioural Insights, Neuroeconomics
Website:
www.bhuvaneshawasthi.com
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Awasthi B. (2022) Non-invasive neurostimulation modulates processing of spatial frequency information in rapid perception of faces Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. 84: 150–160
Cantergi D, Awasthi B, Friedman J. (2021) Moving objects by imagination? Amount of finger movement and pendulum length determine success in the Chevreul pendulum illusion. Human Movement Science. 80: 102879
Awasthi B. (2020) Delineating the low and high spatial frequency inputs to face perception using transcranial random noise stimulation Psyarxiv
Awasthi B. (2017) From Attire to Assault: Clothing, Objectification, and De-humanization - A Possible Prelude to Sexual Violence? Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 338
Awasthi B, Williams MA, Friedman J. (2016) Examining the role of red background in magnocellular contribution to face perception. Peerj. 4: e1617
Awasthi B, Williams MA, Friedman J. (2016) Examining the role of red background in magnocellular contribution to face perception Peerj. 2016
Awasthi B, Sowman PF, Friedman J, et al. (2013) Distinct spatial scale sensitivities for early categorization of faces and places: neuromagnetic and behavioral findings. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 91
Awasthi B, Friedman J, Williams MA. (2012) Reach trajectories reveal delayed processing of low spatial frequency faces in developmental prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuroscience. 3: 120-30
Awasthi B, Friedman J, Williams MA. (2012) Delayed processing of low spatial frequency faces in developmental prosopagnosia F1000research. 3
Awasthi B. (2012) Atypical neural response to high and low spatial frequency stimuli in a rare case of visual perseveration Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
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