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SPR 2009 PRESENTATIONS

 

Presented at the Annual Meeting for the Society for Psychophysiological Research
2009

Lesley J. Capuana, William J. Tays, Jane Dywan, Sidney J. Segalowitz. Autonomic Arousal and Inhibitory Control in Aging.

James A. Desjardins & Sidney J. Segalowitz. Deconstruction the P100 and N170 Face-effects using independent component analysis.

Angela Dzyundzyak, Diane L. Santesso, Sidney J. Segalowitz. Processing reward magnitude and valence: Dissociations and Individual differences in the FRN and P300.

Michelle K. Jetha, Sidney J. Segalowitz, & Lisa Gatzke-Kopp. Frontal EEG Asymmetry in Highly Aggressive 5-6 Year-Old Girls.

Karen J. Mathewson, Irene E. Drmic, Michelle K. Jetha, Susan E. Bryson, Joel O. Goldberg, Geoffrey B. Hall, Diane L. Santesso, Sidney J. Segalowitz, & Louis A. Schmidt. Cardiac Responses to Affective Auditory and Visual Stimuli in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Diane L. Santesso, Irene E. Drmic, Michelle K. Jetha, Karen J. Mathewson, Susan E. Bryson, Joel O. Goldberg, Geoffrey B. Hall, Sidney J. Segalowitz, & Louis A. Schmidt. An ERP Source Localization Study of Performance Monitoring in Autism Spectrum Disorder.

William J. Tays, Jane Dywan, Sidney J. Segalowitz. Identifying the Role of the Interference-Elicited Medial Frontal Negativity: Effects of Working Memory Load Revealed by Independent Component Analysis.

Meghan J. Weissflog, Sidney J. Segalowitz, Gillian E.S. Munro, & Jane Dywan. ERP Correlates of Emotional Face Processing in Psychopathy: Tracking Down the Psychopathy Effect in Faces.

Xin Zheng, Mark D. Vida, Catherine J. Mondloch, & Sidney J. Segalowitz. N170 is Sensitive to Several Factors Important for Differentiating Individual Faces.

 


 

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