E Darcy Burgund

Affiliations: 
Rice University, Houston, TX 
Area:
object recognition, fMRI
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Chad J. Marsolek grad student 1995-2000 UMN
Steven E. Petersen post-doc 2000-2003 Washington University

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Nathan H. Kung research assistant 2007-2007 Rice University
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McMenamin BW, Marsolek CJ, Morseth BK, et al. (2016) Conflicting demands of abstract and specific visual object processing resolved by frontoparietal networks. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Prazak ER, Burgund ED. (2014) Keeping it real: Recognizing expressions in real compared to schematic faces Visual Cognition. 22: 737-750
Harvey DY, Burgund ED. (2012) Neural adaptation across viewpoint and exemplar in fusiform cortex. Brain and Cognition. 80: 33-44
Marsolek CJ, Darcy Burgund E. (2012) Visual Recognition and Priming of Incomplete Objects: The Influence of Stimulus and Task Demands Rethinking Implicit Memory
Guo Y, Burgund ED. (2010) Task effects in the mid-fusiform gyrus: a comparison of orthographic, phonological, and semantic processing of Chinese characters. Brain and Language. 115: 113-20
Burgund ED, Guo Y, Aurbach EL. (2009) Priming for letters and pseudoletters in mid-fusiform cortex: examining letter selectivity and case invariance. Experimental Brain Research. 193: 591-601
Burgund ED. (2009) Opposing effects of age and reading ability on pseudoword priming Cognitive Development. 24: 80-87
Burgund ED, Abernathy AE. (2008) Letter-specific processing in children and adults matched for reading level. Acta Psychologica. 129: 66-71
Burgund ED, Edwards JK. (2008) Identity versus similarity priming for letters in left mid-fusiform cortex. Neuroreport. 19: 761-4
Marsolek CJ, Burgund ED. (2008) Dissociable neural subsystems underlie visual working memory for abstract categories and specific exemplars. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 8: 17-24
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