Nicolas Davidenko
Nicolas Davidenko
Associate Professor of Psychology, UC Santa Cruz
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Instructional manipulation checks: Detecting satisficing to increase statistical power
DM Oppenheimer, T Meyvis, N Davidenko
Journal of experimental social psychology 45 (4), 867-872, 2009
Spiral waves in two-dimensional models of ventricular muscle: formation of a stationary core
J Beaumont, N Davidenko, JM Davidenko, J Jalife
Biophysical Journal 75 (1), 1-14, 1998
Silhouetted face profiles: A new methodology for face perception research
N Davidenko
Journal of Vision 7 (4), 6-6, 2007
The effects of justice motivation on memory for self-and other-relevant events
MJ Callan, AC Kay, N Davidenko, JH Ellard
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (4), 614-623, 2009
Compensatory rationalizations and the resolution of everyday undeserved outcomes
D Gaucher, CL Hafer, AC Kay, N Davidenko
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (1), 109-118, 2010
Face‐likeness and image variability drive responses in human face‐selective ventral regions
N Davidenko, DA Remus, K Grill‐Spector
Human brain mapping 33 (10), 2334-2349, 2012
Gender aftereffects in face silhouettes reveal face-specific mechanisms
N Davidenko, N Witthoft, J Winawer
Visual Cognition 16 (1), 99-103, 2008
dynamics of a two-dimensional discrete-time sis model
JH Barrera, A Cintrón Arias, N Davidenko, LR Denogean, ...
Revista de Matemática: Teoría y Aplicaciones Vol. 7 Núm. 1-2 2012, 2012
Gender aftereffects in the perception of silhouetted face profiles
N Davidenko, J Winawer, N Witthoft
Journal of Vision 6 (6), 1068-1068, 2006
Environmental inversion effects in face perception
N Davidenko, SJ Flusberg
Cognition 123 (3), 442-447, 2012
Attending to race (or gender) does not increase race (or gender) aftereffects
N Davidenko, CQ Vu, NH Heller, JM Collins
Frontiers in psychology 7, 909, 2016
Cross-Sensory Stimuli Modulate Reactions to Aversive Sounds
P Samermit, J Saal, N Davidenko
Multisensory research 32 (3), 197-213, 2019
Physical and perceptual accuracy of upright and inverted face drawings
JA Day, N Davidenko
Visual Cognition 26 (2), 89-99, 2018
Dissociating higher and lower order visual motion systems by priming illusory apparent motion
NH Heller, N Davidenko
Perception 47 (1), 30-43, 2018
Persistent illusory apparent motion in sequences of uncorrelated random dots
N Davidenko, NH Heller, Y Cheong, J Smith
Journal of Vision 17 (3), 19-19, 2017
The suggestible nature of apparent motion perception
N Davidenko, Y Cheong, J Smith
Proceedings of the 37th annual Cognitive Science Society meeting, 513-517, 2015
The distinctiveness effect reverses when using well-controlled distractors
N Davidenko, MJA Ramscar
Vis Cogn 14, 89-92, 2006
Reading sideways: Effects of egocentric and environmental orientation in a lexical decision task
N Davidenko, A Ambard
Vision research 153, 7-12, 2018
Combined neural tuning in human ventral temporal cortex resolves the perceptual ambiguity of morphed 2-D images
M Rosenke, N Davidenko, K Grill-Spector, KS Weiner
bioRxiv, 460337, 2020
The upper eye bias: Rotated faces draw fixations to the upper eye
N Davidenko, H Kopalle, B Bridgeman
Perception 48 (2), 162-174, 2019
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