CNS Conference Posters




  • ERP evidence challenging hierachical processing models of selective attention- Katherine Mott, Brittany Alperin, Eliza Ryan, Phillip Holcomb & Kirk Daffner
  • Age-related differences in early novelty processing: Using PCA to parse the overlapping novelty P2 and N2- Kirk Daffner, Brittany Alperin, Katherine Mott, Eliza Ryan & Phillip Holcomb
  • N170 effects during masked visual word processing- evidence for automaticity- Helen Pu, Katherine J. Midgley, Marianna Eddy & Phillip J. Holcomb
  • How phonological neighborhood density affects visual word recognition– Haydee Carrasco-Ortiz, Katherine J. Midgley, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip J. Holcomb
  • Does the age-related “anterior shift” of the P3 reflect an inability to habituate the novelty response?- Brittany Alperin, Katherine Mott, Eliza Ryan, Phillip Holcomb & Kirk Daffner
  • An age-related increase in anterior neural activity is found throughout the information processing stream- Eliza Ryan, Brittany Alperin, Katherine Mott, Phillip Holcomb & Kirk Daffner


  • Age-related differences in cognitive and neural activity in target processing: Utilizing PCA to investigate the spatial distribution of the P3B– Brittany Alperin, Katherine Mott, Tatyana Zhuravleva, Phillip Holcomb, Dorene Rentz & Kirk Daffner
  • Evaluating the impact of task demands on early stages of written word recognition- Haydee Carrasco-Ortiz, Katherine J. Midgley, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip Holcomb
  • Processing emotion and tabooness in a native vs. A second language: An ERP study- Allison R. Fogel, Katherine J. Midgley, Nate Delaney-Busch & Phillip J. Holcomb
  • Climaxing unexpectedly: Event-related potentials to structural and semantic violations in sequential image processing- Neil Cohn, Phillip Holcomb, Ray Jackendoff & Gina Kuperberg
  • Removing independent effects of the prime on target ERPs in masked priming paradigms- Marianna Eddy,  Jonathan Grainger & Phillip Holcomb
  • Effects of experimental context on word frequency effects in an ERP masked priming paradigm- Priya Mitra, Marianna Eddy, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip Holcomb
  • Age-related reduction of differentiated neural responses to different stimulus types- Katherine Mott, Brittany Alperin, Tatyana Zhuravleva, Phillip Holcomb, Dorene Rentz & Kirk Daffner
  • ERP effects of lexical pre-exposure during L2 vocabulary acquisition- Helen Pu,  Katherine J. Midgley, Matthias Scheutz,  Jonathan Grainger & Phillip Holcomb
  • Tracking lexicality effects in second language vocabulary learning- Yen Na Yum,  Katherine J. Midgley, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip J. Holcomb
  • Individual differences in aspectual coercion- Martin Paczynski, Ray Jackendoff, Phillip Holcomb & Gina Kuperberg


  • Constituency structure in visual narrative: Evidence from reading times and event-related potentials- Neil Cohn, Ray Jackendoff, Phillip Holcomb & Gina Kuperberg
  • Age-related changes in selective attention in the very old: A bottom-up or top-down problem?- Tatyana Zhuravleva, Anna Haring, Brittany Alperin, Phillip Holcomb, Dorene Rentz & Kirk Daffner
  • Age-related changes in the processing of to-be-ignored stimuli: Preserved selective attention does not prevent subsequent allocation of excessive processing resources- Brittany Alperin, Anna Haring, Tatyana Zhuravleva, Phillip Holcomb, Dorene Rentz & Kirk Daffner
  • Sensory-perceptual encoding and selective attention: An examination of processing speed and inhibition among well-matched young and young-old adults– Anna Haring, Tatyana Zhuravleva, Brittany Alperin, Phillip Holcomb, Dorene Rentz & Kirk Daffner
  • ERP evidence for early morpho-orthographic decomposition– Joanna Morris, Phillip Holcomb & Jonathan Grainger
  • Localizing N400 effects of prediction with simultaneous EEG/MEG- Ellen Lau, Alexandre Gramfort, Scott Burns, Nate Delaney-Busch, Eric Fields, Kristina Fanucci, Phillip Holcomb, Matti Hamalainen & Gina Kuperberg
  • Masked orthographic and phonological priming in fMRI- Marianna Eddy, Jonathan Grainger, Phillip Holcomb, Stephanie Del Tufo & John Gabrieli
  • Frequency and duration effects in masked repetition priming- Priya Mitra, Marianna Eddy, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip Holcomb


  • Early vocabulary acquisition of L2 leads to rapid changes in electrophysiological measures- Katherine J. Midgley, Laura N. Soskey, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip J. Holcomb
  • This is your brain on comics: The impact of structure and meaning on sequential image comprehension- Neil Cohn, Martin Paczynskii, Phil Holcomb, Ray Jackendoff & Gina Kuperberg
  • An early neural marker of top-down attentional control predicts later selective attention operations and task performance- Elise C. Tarbi, Anna E. Haring, Tatyana Y. Zhuravleva, Xue Sun, Phillip J. Holcomb, Dorene M. Rentz & Kirk R. Daffner
  • Neurophysiological repetition effects on markers of object knowledge activation with perceptually similar category examplars– Stephen Maher & Phillip Holcomb
  • ERP masked priming investigation on the radical decomposition of single character kanji- Kana Okano, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip J. Holcomb
  • An electrophysiological study of auditory language switching in second language learners– Katherine J. Midgley, Phillip J. Holcomb & Jonathan Grainger
  • ERP masked repetition priming effects in children- Marianna Eddy, Priya Mitra, John Gabrieli, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip Holcomb
  • ERP masked priming effects correlate with reading proficiency in children and adults– Priya Mitra, Marianna Eddy, John Gabrieli, Jonathan Grainger & Phillip Holcomb
  • Context effects in language comprehension: Active prediction or passive priming?- Ellen Lau, Phillip Holcomb & Gina Kuperberg