James H. Kryklywy
James H. Kryklywy
Assistant Professor, Psychology, Lakehead University
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Crossmodal reorganization in the early deaf switches sensory, but not behavioral roles of auditory cortex
MA Meredith, J Kryklywy, AJ McMillan, S Malhotra, R Lum-Tai, SG Lomber
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (21), 8856-8861, 2011
Affect-biased attention and predictive processing
M Ransom, S Fazelpour, J Markovic, J Kryklywy, ET Thompson, RM Todd
Cognition 203, 104370, 2020
Guiding low spatial ability individuals through visual cueing: The dual importance of where and when to look
VA Roach, GM Fraser, JH Kryklywy, DGV Mitchell, TD Wilson
Anatomical Sciences Education 12 (1), 32-42, 2019
From architecture to evolution: multisensory evidence of decentralized emotion
JH Kryklywy, MR Ehlers, AK Anderson, RM Todd
Trends in cognitive sciences 24 (11), 916-929, 2020
Emotion modulates activity in the ‘what’but not ‘where’auditory processing pathway
JH Kryklywy, EA Macpherson, SG Greening, DGV Mitchell
Neuroimage 82, 295-305, 2013
The amygdala encodes level of perceived fear but not emotional ambiguity in visual scenes
JH Kryklywy, SG Nantes, DGV Mitchell
Behavioural brain research 252, 396-404, 2013
Different perspectives: Spatial ability influences where individuals look on a timed spatial test
VA Roach, GM Fraser, JH Kryklywy, DGV Mitchell, TD Wilson
Anatomical sciences education 10 (3), 224-234, 2017
Neural effects of oxytocin and mimicry in frontotemporal dementia: A randomized crossover study
LD Oliver, C Stewart, K Coleman, JH Kryklywy, R Bartha, DGV Mitchell, ...
Neurology 95 (19), e2635-e2647, 2020
The eye of the beholder: Can patterns in eye movement reveal aptitudes for spatial reasoning?
VA Roach, GM Fraser, JH Kryklywy, DGV Mitchell, TD Wilson
Anatomical sciences education 9 (4), 357-366, 2016
Time limits in testing: An analysis of eye movements and visual attention in spatial problem solving
VA Roach, GM Fraser, JH Kryklywy, DGV Mitchell, TD Wilson
Anatomical Sciences Education 10 (6), 528-537, 2017
Experiential history as a tuning parameter for attention
JH Kryklywy, RM Todd
Journal of cognition 1 (1), 2018
Assessing the efficacy of tablet-based simulations for learning pseudo-surgical instrumentation
JH Kryklywy, VA Roach, RM Todd
PloS one 16 (1), e0245330, 2021
Decoding auditory spatial and emotional information encoding using multivariate versus univariate techniques
JH Kryklywy, EA Macpherson, DGV Mitchell
Experimental Brain Research 236, 945-953, 2018
Emotion modulates allocentric but not egocentric stimulus localization: implications for dual visual systems perspectives
JH Kryklywy, DGV Mitchell
Experimental brain research 232, 3719-3726, 2014
Decomposing neural representational patterns of discriminatory and hedonic information during somatosensory stimulation
JH Kryklywy, MR Ehlers, AO Beukers, SR Moore, RM Todd, AK Anderson
eneuro 10 (1), 2023
Characterizing affiliative touch in humans and its role in advancing haptic design
JH Kryklywy, P Vyas, KE Maclean, RM Todd
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1528 (1), 29-41, 2023
Lateralization of autonomic output in response to limb-specific threat
JH Kryklywy, A Lu, KH Roberts, M Rowan, RM Todd
Eneuro 9 (5), 2022
Within and beyond an integrated framework of attentional capture: A perspective from cognitive-affective neuroscience
JH Kryklywy, MGM Manaligod, RM Todd
Visual Cognition 29 (9), 618-621, 2021
Reactivation of hedonic but not sensory representations in human emotional learning
MR Ehlers, JH Kryklywy, AO Beukers, SR Moore, BJ Forys, AK Anderson, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.11. 25.469891, 2021
Sense and timing: Localizing objects during emotional distraction.
JH Kryklywy, V Dudarev, RM Todd
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 47 (8 …, 2021
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