Andrew M. Herbert

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, United States 
Visual System, Attention, Pattern Perception
"Andrew Herbert"
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Sutton TM, Herbert AM, Clark DQ. (2019) Valence, arousal, and dominance ratings for facial stimuli. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021819829012
Bona S, Herbert A, Toneatto C, et al. (2014) The causal role of the lateral occipital complex in visual mirror symmetry detection and grouping: an fMRI-guided TMS study. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 51: 46-55
Cattaneo Z, Bona S, Bauer C, et al. (2014) Symmetry detection in visual impairment: Behavioral evidence and neural correlates Symmetry. 6: 427-443
Cattaneo Z, Bona S, Monegato M, et al. (2014) Visual symmetry perception in early onset monocular blindness Visual Cognition. 22: 963-974
Cattaneo Z, Vecchi T, Fantino M, et al. (2013) The effect of vertical and horizontal symmetry on memory for tactile patterns in late blind individuals. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 75: 375-82
Bohannon LS, Herbert AM, Pelz JB, et al. (2013) Eye contact and video-mediated communication: A review Displays. 34: 177-185
Bona S, Herbert A, Toneatto C, et al. (2013) P 151. The right (but not the left) lateral occipital complex is causally implicated in visual mirror symmetry detection: An fMRI-guided TMS study Clinical Neurophysiology. 124: e135-e136
Cattaneo Z, Mattavelli G, Papagno C, et al. (2011) The role of the human extrastriate visual cortex in mirror symmetry discrimination: a TMS-adaptation study. Brain and Cognition. 77: 120-7
Pelz J, Purington J, Herbert A. (2010) Travel gaze? Re-examining gaze behavior during locomotion Journal of Vision. 9: 422-422
Herbert AM, Stefano L, Conley TL, et al. (2010) Re-examining the preferential detection of negative stimuli: Better performance for positive faces Journal of Vision. 8: 57-57
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