Stacey Humphries
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A pre-registered, multi-lab non-replication of the action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE)
RD Morey, MP Kaschak, AM Díez-Álamo, AM Glenberg, RA Zwaan, ...
Psychonomic bulletin & review 29 (2), 613-626, 2022
A third-person perspective on co-speech action gestures in Parkinson's disease
S Humphries, J Holler, E Herrera, T Crawford, E Poliakoff
Cortex 78, 44-54, 2016
Attitudes toward cognitive enhancement: the role of metaphor and context
EC Conrad, S Humphries, A Chatterjee
AJOB neuroscience 10 (1), 35-47, 2019
Morality is in the eye of the beholder: the neurocognitive basis of the “anomalous‐is‐bad” stereotype
CI Workman, S Humphries, F Hartung, GK Aguirre, JW Kable, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1494 (1), 3-17, 2021
Public opinion on cognitive enhancement varies across different situations
CT Dinh, S Humphries, A Chatterjee
AJOB neuroscience 11 (4), 224-237, 2020
Context matters: Novel metaphors in supportive and non-supportive contexts
F Hartung, YN Kenett, ER Cardillo, S Humphries, N Klooster, A Chatterjee
NeuroImage 212, 116645, 2020
From action to abstraction: The sensorimotor grounding of metaphor in Parkinson's disease
S Humphries, N Klooster, E Cardillo, D Weintraub, J Rick, A Chatterjee
Cortex 121, 362-384, 2019
Movement in aesthetic experiences: What we can learn from Parkinson disease
S Humphries, J Rick, D Weintraub, A Chatterjee
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 33 (7), 1329-1342, 2021
A Thirst for Knowledge: Grounding Curiosity, Creativity, and Aesthetics in Memory and Reward Neural Systems
YN Kenett, S Humphries, A Chatterjee
Creativity Research Journal, 1-15, 2023
Cospeech gestures are a window into the effects of Parkinson’s disease on action representations.
S Humphries, J Holler, T Crawford, E Poliakoff
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 150 (8), 1581, 2021
Mental rotation of hands and objects in ageing and Parkinson’s disease: Differentiating motor imagery and visuospatial ability
J Bek, S Humphries, E Poliakoff, N Brady
Experimental Brain Research 240 (7-8), 1991-2004, 2022
Layperson Bias and Empathy Influence Visual Attention Toward Patients with Hemifacial Microsomia: A Prospective Eye-tracking Study
D Villavisanis, C Workman, ZD Zapatero, G Vu, S Humphries, JD Blum, ...
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery–Global Open 10 (10S), 128-129, 2022
Normalizing Anomalies with Mobile Exposure (NAME): Reducing implicit biases against people with facial anomalies
N Bilici, CI Workman, S Humphries, M Paruzel-Czachura, RH Hamilton, ...
PsyArXiv, 2022
Sensitive measures of cognition in mild cognitive impairment
N Klooster, S Humphries, E Cardillo, F Hartung, L Xie, S Das, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 82 (3), 1123-1136, 2021
Facial Scars: Do Position and Orientation Matter?
ZD Zapatero, CI Workman, CL Kalmar, S Humphries, MS Kosyk, ...
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 150 (6), 1237-1246, 2022
Mental rotation of hands and objects in ageing and Parkinson's disease: Implications for understanding motor imagery
J Bek, S Humphries, E Poliakoff, N Brady
Experimental Brain Research, 1-14, 1991
Visual Attention, Bias, and Social Dispositions Toward People with Facial Anomalies: A Prospective Study with Eye-Tracking Technology
DF Villavisanis, CI Workman, ZD Zapatero, GH Vu, SA Humphries, ...
Annals of Plastic Surgery 90 (5), 482-486, 2023
Do we judge fiction by the author’s gender?
C Ivanski, S Humphries, K van Dalen-Oskam, RA Mar
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 2022
Do attitudes about and behaviors towards people who enhance their cognition depend on their looks?
C Siegel, CI Workman, S Humphries, A Chatterjee
PsyArXiv, 2022
Speaking with your hands in Parkinson's: Investigating the rate and precision of co-speech gestures
E Poliakoff, M Marciniak, A Bettis, S Humphries
MOVEMENT DISORDERS 36, S492-S492, 2021
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