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Publications of Kevin A Pelphrey    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Ornstein, P. A., Baker-Ward, L., Gordon, B. N., Pelphrey, K. A., Tyler, C. S., & Gramzow, E (2006). The influence of prior knowledge and repeated questioning on children's long-term retention of the details of a pediatric examination. Developmental Psychology, 42(2), 332-344.
  2. Cantlon, J. F., Brannon, E. M., Carter, E. J., & Pelphrey, K. A (2006). Functional imaging of numerical processing in adults and four-year-old children. PLoS: Biology, 4(5), 844-854. [available here] [PDF]
  3. Morris, J. P., Pelphrey, K. A., & McCarthy, G (2006). Occipitotemporal activation evoked by the perception of human bodies is modulated by the presence or absence of the face. Neuropsychologia, 44(10), 1919-1927. [science] [PDF]
  4. Pelphrey, K. A., & Morris, J. P (2006). Brain mechanisms for interpreting the actions of others from biological-motion cues. Current Directions in Psychological Science. [journal.asp] [PDF]
  5. Carter, E. J. & Pelphrey, K. A (2006). School-aged children exhibit domain-specific responses to biological motion. Social Neuroscience, 1(3-4), 394-411. [available here] [PDF]
  6. Morris, J. P., Pelphrey, K. A., & McCarthy, G (2006). Controlled scanpath variation alters fusiform face activation. Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience, in press.
  7. Pelphrey, KA, Morris, JP, Michelich, CR, Allison, T, & McCarthy, G (2005). Functional anatomy of biological motion perception in posterior temporal cortex: An fMRI study of eye, mouth, and hand movements.. Cerebral Cortex, 15(12), 1866-1876.
  8. Pelphrey, KA, Morris, JP, & McCarthy, G (2005). Neural basis of eye-gaze processing deficits in autism. Brain, 128(5), 1038-1048.
  9. Morris, JP, Pelphrey, KA, & McCarthy, G (2005). Regional brain activation evoked when approaching a virtual human on a virtual walk. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17(11), 1744-1752.
  10. Mosconi, MW, Mack, PB, McCarthy, G, & Pelphrey, KA (2005). Taking an “intentional stance” on eye-gaze shifts: A functional neuroimaging study of social perception in children. NeuroImage, 27, 247-252.
  11. Pelphrey, KA, Reznick, JS, Goldman, BD, Sasson, N, Morrow, J, Donahoe, A, & Hogdson, K (2004). Development of visuospatial short-term memory in the second half of the 1st year. Developmental Psychology, 40(5), 836-851.
  12. Pelphrey KA, Morris JP, McCarthy G (2004). Grasping the intentions of others: the perceived intentionality of an action influences activity in the superior temporal sulcus during social perception. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(10), 1706-1716.
  13. Pelphrey K, Adolphs R, Morris JP (2004). Neuroanatomical substrates of social cognition dysfunction in autism. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 10(4), 259-271.
  14. Pelphrey, KA, Viola, RJ, & McCarthy, G (2004). When strangers pass: Processing of mutual and averted gaze in the superior temporal sulcus. Psychological Science, 15, 598-603.
  15. Pelphrey KA, Singerman JD, Allison T, McCarthy G (2003). Brain activation evoked by perception of gaze shifts: the influence of context. Neuropsychologia, 41(2), 156-170.
  16. Pelphrey KA, Mitchell TV, McKeown MJ, Goldstein J, Allison T, McCarthy G (2003). Brain activity evoked by the perception of human walking: controlling for meaningful coherent motion. Journal of Neuroscience, 30(23), 6819-6825.
  17. Pelphrey KA, Mack PB, Song A, Guzeldere G, McCarthy G (2003). Faces evoke spatially differentiated patterns of BOLD activation and deactivation. NeuroReport, 23(14), 955-959.
  18. Wright, TM, Pelphrey, KA, Allison, T, McKeown, MJ, McCarthy, G (2003). Polysensory interactions along lateral temporal regions evoked by audiovisual speech. Cerebral Cortex, 13(10), 1034-1043.
  19. Pelphrey, KA, & Reznick, JS (2003). Working memory in infancy. Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 31, 173-227.
  20. Cody H, Pelphrey K, Piven J (2002). Structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging of autism. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 20(3-5), 421-438.
  21. Pelphrey KA, Sasson NJ, Reznick JS, Paul G, Goldman BD, Piven J (2002). Visual scanning of faces in autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 32(4), 249-261.

Chapters in Books

  1. Carter, E. J. & Pelphrey, K. A "Brain mechanisms for social perception." Voice and Emotions. Ed. K. Izdebski 2006
  2. Pelphrey, K. A. & Carter, E. J "Brain mechanisms underlying social perception deficits in autism." Human Behavior and the Developing Brain, Second Edition. Ed. G. Dawson, K. Fischer, & D. Koch 2006

Articles Submitted

  1. Carter, E. J., & Pelphrey, K. A (2006). Friend or foe? Brain mechanisms for perceiving social signals of threat and affiliation. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
  2. Zucker, N., Losh, M., LaBar, K., Piven, J., & Pelphrey, K. A (2006). Anorexia nervosa and autism spectrum disorders: Guided investigation of social cognitive endophenotypes. Psychological Bulletin.
  3. Greif, M. L., Libertus, K., Needham, A., & Pelphrey, K. A (2006). A developmental transition in the representation of goal-directed action in the first year of life: Tracking infants’ attention during a tool-use sequence. Psychological Science.
  4. Pelphrey, K. A., Morris, J. P., McCarthy, G., & LaBar, K. S (2006). Perception of dynamic changes in facial affect and identity in autism. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
  5. Cascio, C., McGlone, F., Folger, S., Tannan, V., Baranek, G., Pelphrey, K., & Essick, G (2006). Tactile perception in adults with autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
  6. Morris, J. P., Pelphrey, K. A., & McCarthy, G (2006). Perceived agency influences brain activity evoked by biological motion. Social Neuroscience.
  7. Saxe, R., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., & Pelphrey, K. A (2006). The development of brain regions for perceiving and reasoning about other people. Neuron.
  8. Pinkham, A. E., Hopfinger, J. B., Pelphrey, K. A., Piven, J., Penn, D. L (2006). Schizophrenia and high-functioning autism share neural abnormalities when performing a complex social cognitive task. Archives of General Psychiatry.

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