Deborah Levy

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Recent neuroimaging studies have provided evidence for localized perceptual specificity in the processing of human voice stimuli, paralleling the specificity for human faces. This study attempted to delineate the perceptual features of human voices yielding selective processing, and to characterize its time-course. Electrophysiological recordings revealed a(More)
Descriptive models of social response attempt to identify the conceptual dimensions necessary to define and distinguish various types of influence. Building on previous approaches, the authors propose a new response model and demonstrate that a minimum of 4 dimensions is necessary to adequately provide for such influence phenomena as conformity, minority(More)
We have reviewed theories and research in the area of contagion with an emphasis on definitions of contagion. The review shows that a great deal of the confusion surrounding the term is due to the fact that the phenomena involved in contagion are extremely heterogeneous, yet they typically have been placed under homogeneous rubrics. Accordingly, we propose(More)
The preceding set of chapters span the disciplines of neurology and psychiatry, and provide a diverse introduction to clinical eye movement research. They illustrate how oculomotor paradigms can be used to learn about acute and chronic perturbations in brain function, disturbances in brain development, disturbances in sensorimotor as well as cognitive(More)
Abbreviated title: This work was supported by the DARPA Restoring Active Memory (RAM) program (Cooperative Agreement N66001-14-2-4032). The views, opinions, and/or findings contained in this material are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the ocial views or policies of the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government. We(More)
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