Publications and Presentations

Papers:

Kendall, L. N., Raffaelli, Q., Kingstone, A., & Todd, R. M. (2016). Iconic faces are not
real faces: enhanced emotion detection and altered neural processing as faces become
more iconic. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications1(1), 19.

Erez, J., Cusack, R., Kendall, Barense, M.D. (2014). Conjunctive
coding of complex object features in human anterior temporal cortex. Cerebral
Cortex.

Goodhew, S.C., Kendall, Ferber, S., & Pratt, J. (2014). Setting semantics:
Conceptual set can determine the physical properties that capture attention.
Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics.

Posters and presentations:

Kendall, L. N., Raffaelli, Q., Kingstone, A., & Todd, R.M. (Aug 2016). Can any real person
look as despondent as Charlie Brown? Presentation as part of a symposium
at the Cognitive Science Society annual meeting. Philadelphia, USA.

Kendall, L. N., Kingstone, A., & Todd, R.M. (November 2016). Turn the frown upside-down –
or into any shape you want. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society annual meeting.
Boston, MA, USA.

Kendall, L. N., Kingstone, A., Todd, R. (Oct 2015). All you need is <3 Poster
presented at the Psychonomic Society annual meeting. Chicago, IL, US.

Kendall, L. N., Kingstone, A., Todd, R. (Sept 2015). Schematic faces are not
real faces: Comparing stimulus types using the N170. Poster presented at the Society for
Psychophysiological Research annual meeting. Seattle, WA, US.

Kendall, L. N., Kingstone, A., Todd, R. (May 2015). Detecting emotions is easier in less realistic
faces. Poster presented at the Vision Science Society annual meeting. St Pete Beach, FL, US.

Kendall, Choi, A., Kingstone, A. (July 2014). The influence of social prsence
on looking behaviour to security videos. Poster presented at the Canadian
Society for Brain, Behaviour, and Cognitive Science annual meeting. Toronto,
ON.

Kendall, Kingstone, A. (May 2014). The effect of camera presence on
arousal, attentional control and inhibition. Poster presented at the Vision
Science Society annual meeting. St Pete Beach, FL, US.

Erez, J.*, Cusack, R., Kendall, & Barense, M.D. (2012). Neural
representations of feature conjunctions for the perception of complex objects.
Poster. Program No. 194.26/XX12. 2012 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. New
Orleans, LA: Society for Neuroscience. Online.

Tankelevitch, L.*, Yeung, L.K., Kendall & Barense, M.D. (2012). Using
conjunctions to process ambiguous scenes: An eye-tracking study. Poster.
Southern Ontario Neuroscience Association. Toronto, ON.