Kimberly Lewis Meidenbauer
Kimberly Lewis Meidenbauer
Other namesKimberly L Lewis
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Washington State University
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The development of cognitive empathy and concern in preschool children: A behavioral neuroscience investigation
J Decety, KL Meidenbauer, JM Cowell
Developmental Science 21 (3), e12570, 2018
Specific electrophysiological components disentangle affective sharing and empathic concern in psychopathy
J Decety, KL Lewis, JM Cowell
Journal of Neurophysiology 114 (1), 493-504, 2015
The affective benefits of nature exposure: What's nature got to do with it?
KL Meidenbauer, CUD Stenfors, GN Bratman, JJ Gross, KE Schertz, ...
Journal of environmental psychology 72, 101498, 2020
Hierarchical organization of speech perception in human auditory cortex
C Humphries, M Sabri, K Lewis, E Liebenthal
Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 111344, 2014
The gradual development of the preference for natural environments
KL Meidenbauer, CUD Stenfors, J Young, EA Layden, KE Schertz, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 65, 101328, 2019
Load-dependent relationships between frontal fNIRS activity and performance: A data-driven PLS approach
KL Meidenbauer, KW Choe, C Cardenas-Iniguez, TJ Huppert, ...
NeuroImage 230, 117795, 2021
A developmental neuroscience study of moral decision making regarding resource allocation
KL Meidenbauer, JM Cowell, M Killen, J Decety
Child development 89 (4), 1177-1192, 2018
State rumination enhances elaborative processing of negative material as evidenced by the late positive potential.
KL Lewis, LE Taubitz, MW Duke, EL Steuer, CL Larson
Emotion 15 (6), 687, 2015
Children's neural processing of moral scenarios provides insight into the formation and reduction of in‐group biases
KL Meidenbauer, JM Cowell, J Decety
Developmental science 21 (6), e12676, 2018
Scale invariance in fNIRS as a measurement of cognitive load
C Zhuang, KL Meidenbauer, O Kardan, AJ Stier, KW Choe, ...
Cortex 154, 62-76, 2022
An environmental neuroscience perspective on the benefits of nature
MG Berman, C Cardenas-Iniguez, KL Meidenbauer
Nature and psychology: Biological, cognitive, developmental, and social …, 2021
Mouse movements reflect personality traits and task attentiveness in online experiments
KL Meidenbauer, T Niu, KW Choe, AJ Stier, MG Berman
Journal of Personality 91 (2), 413-425, 2023
Understanding the affective benefits of interacting with nature
KE Schertz, KL Meidenbauer, MG Berman
Nature and Health, 7-22, 2021
Nature's path to thinking about others and the surrounding environment
KE Schertz, HP Kotabe, KL Meidenbauer, EA Layden, J Zhen, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 89, 102046, 2023
Street design preference: an on-line survey
E Talen, KW Choe, GN Akcelik, MG Berman, KL Meidenbauer
Journal of Urban Design 28 (1), 1-24, 2023
Characterizing the role of impulsivity in costly, reactive aggression using a novel paradigm
KL Meidenbauer, KW Choe, A Bakkour, M Inzlicht, M Meidenbauer, ...
Behavior Research Methods, 2023
Response to “Conceptual replication study and meta-analysis suggest simulated nature does not reliably restore pure executive attention measured by the Attention Network Task”.
MG Berman, CUD Stenfors, KE Schertz, KL Meidenbauer
Elsevier Science, 2021
The Role of Preference in the Affective and Cognitive Benefits of Nature
KL Meidenbauer
The University of Chicago, 2020
Aesthetics and Preference in Nature and Urban
KL Meidenbauer, M Berman
OSF, 2018
Highly Preferred Images and Affective State
KL Meidenbauer, M Berman
OSF, 2018
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