Elissa Aminoff, PhD

2016- Psychology Fordham University, Bronx, NY, United States 
High level vision (scene perception) & long term memory
"Elissa Aminoff"
Mean distance: 13.76 (cluster 15)


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Michael J. Tarr research assistant 2000-2001 Brown
Moshe Bar research assistant 2001-2003 Harvard
Moshe Bar grad student 2003-2008 Harvard
Daniel Schacter grad student 2003-2008 Harvard
 (Contextual associations in visual recognition and memory: A cognitive neuroscience perspective.)
Michael B. Miller post-doc 2008-2011 UC Santa Barbara
Michael J. Tarr research scientist 2011-2016 Carnegie Mellon
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Aminoff EM, Durham T. (2022) Scene-selective brain regions respond to embedded objects of a scene. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Baror S, Bar M, Aminoff E. (2022) How associative thinking influences scene perception. Consciousness and Cognition. 103: 103377
Aminoff EM, Baror S, Roginek EW, et al. (2022) Contextual associations represented both in neural networks and human behavior. Scientific Reports. 12: 5570
Aminoff EM, Tarr MJ. (2021) Functional Context Affects Scene Processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 33: 933-945
Aminoff EM, Tarr MJ. (2021) Functional Context Affects Scene Processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Yang Y, Tarr MJ, Kass RE, et al. (2019) Exploring spatiotemporal neural dynamics of the human visual cortex. Human Brain Mapping
Chang N, Pyles JA, Marcus A, et al. (2019) BOLD5000, a public fMRI dataset while viewing 5000 visual images. Scientific Data. 6: 49
Aminoff E, Hughes H. (2019) Scene feature preferences found in scene selective cortex Journal of Vision. 19: 161a
Chang NC, Aminoff E, Pyles J, et al. (2018) Scaling Up Neural Datasets: A public fMRI dataset of 5000 scenes Journal of Vision. 18: 732
Aminoff EM, Li Y, Pyles JA, et al. (2016) Associative hallucinations result from stimulating left ventromedial temporal cortex. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 83: 139-144
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