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Posted by admin on May 6th, 2010 and filed under Social Sciences. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Profs. Jane Dywan and Sid Segalowitz recently attended the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society in Montreal, Que. on April 16 to 20 and presented with students several papers:

  • Meghan J. Weissflog, Sidney J. Segalowitz, Gillian E. S. Munro, Jane Dywan. “Disentangling psychopathic status from general incarceration status in event-related potential responses to emotional faces.”
  • Christine Lackner, Diane L. Santesso, Jane Dywan, Terrance J. Wade, Sidney J. Segalowitz. ” The N100 response to unattended stimuli relates to adolescent executive function within a normally developing population.”
  • Angela Dzyundzyak, Diane Santesso, Sidney Segalowitz. “The task matters: sensitivity of the FRN to feedback valence in gambling versus nongambling paradigms.”
  • Michelle Jetha, Xin Zheng, Louis A. Schmidt, Sidney J. Segalowitz. “Shyness and the first 100 milliseconds of emotional face processing.”
  • Diane Santesso, Angela Dzyundzyak, Sidney Segalowitz. “Acc activity and punishment sensitivity: comparing adolescents and adults during a monetary feedback task.”
  • Lesley Capuana, Jane Dywan, William Tays, Sidney Segalowitz. “Relationship of Nogo N2/P3 and ERN/Pe across working memory load to autonomic cardiac regulation in younger and older adults”
  • Xin Zheng, Catherine J. Mondloch, Sidney J. Segalowitz. “ERP correlates of facial distinctiveness: P2 sensitivity to identity strength.”
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