Natalie Kacinik
Natalie Kacinik
Brooklyn College & the Graduate Center, CUNY
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A bad taste in the mouth: Gustatory disgust influences moral judgment
KJ Eskine, NA Kacinik, JJ Prinz
Psychological science 22 (3), 295-299, 2011
Understanding metaphors: Is the right hemisphere uniquely involved?
NA Kacinik, C Chiarello
Brain and Language 100 (2), 188-207, 2007
Stirring images: fear, not happiness or arousal, makes art more sublime.
KJ Eskine, NA Kacinik, JJ Prinz
Emotion 12 (5), 1071, 2012
Priming of strong semantic relations in the left and right visual fields: A time-course investigation
C Chiarello, S Liu, C Shears, N Quan, N Kacinik
Neuropsychologia 41 (6), 721-732, 2003
Neuroanatomical and behavioral asymmetry in an adult compensated dyslexic
C Chiarello, LJ Lombardino, NA Kacinik, R Otto, CM Leonard
Brain and language 98 (2), 169-181, 2006
Differential asymmetries for recognizing nouns and verbs: Where are they?
C Chiarello, S Liu, C Shears, N Kacinik
Neuropsychology 16 (1), 35, 2002
Cerebral asymmetries for language: evidence for structural-behavioral correlations.
C Chiarello, N Kacinik, B Manowitz, R Otto, C Leonard
Neuropsychology 18 (2), 219, 2004
The bitter truth about morality: Virtue, not vice, makes a bland beverage taste nice
KJ Eskine, NA Kacinik, GD Webster
PLoS One 7 (7), 2012
You may now kiss the bride: Interpretation of social situations by individuals with right or left hemisphere injury
JV Baldo, NA Kacinik, A Moncrief, F Beghin, NF Dronkers
Neuropsychologia 80, 133-141, 2016
Influence of word class proportion on cerebral asymmetries for high-and low-imagery words
C Chiarello, C Shears, S Liu, NA Kacinik
Brain and cognition 57 (1), 35-38, 2005
Exploring cerebral asymmetries for the verb generation task.
C Chiarello, NA Kacinik, C Shears, SR Arambel, LK Halderman, ...
Neuropsychology 20 (1), 88, 2006
Voxel-based lesion analysis of brain regions underlying reading and writing
JV Baldo, N Kacinik, C Ludy, S Paulraj, A Moncrief, V Piai, B Curran, ...
Neuropsychologia 115, 51-59, 2018
Concreteness effects in global alexia: A right hemisphere contribution?
A Mayda, J Larsen, A Lincoln, N Kacinik, D Swick, K Baynes
Brain and Language 91 (1), 88-89, 2004
Familiarity for nouns and verbs: not the same as, and better than, frequency
N Kacinik, C Shears, C Chiarello
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 22 (22), 2000
Sticking your neck out and burying the hatchet: what idioms reveal about embodied simulation
NA Kacinik
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 689, 2014
Predicting noun and verb latencies: Influential variables and task effects
N Kacinik, C Chiarello
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 24 (24), 2002
Categorical processing in the left and right hemispheres: The effect of category repetition
C Chiarello, L Maxfield, S Liu, N Kacinik
Brain and cognition 46 (1-2), 66-69, 2001
Bilingualism and symbolic abstraction: Implications for algebra learning
MK Mielicki, NA Kacinik, J Wiley
Learning and Instruction 49, 242-250, 2017
Linearity and word internal structure in the visual processing of Italian complex words
F Ferrari, N Kacinik
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 20 (1), 11, 2014
An investigation of hemisphere differences for moderately imageable words across high and low image contexts
NA Kacinik, C Chiarello
Brain and cognition 53 (2), 239-242, 2003
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