Papers

Publications

2017

Hasan, R., Srinivasan, R. & Grossman, E.D. (2017). Feature-based attentional tuning during biological motion detection measured with SSVEP. Journal of Vision 2017;17(9):22. doi: 10.1167/17.9.22.[Link]

Battelli, L., Grossman, E.D. & Plow, E.B. (2017). Local immediate versus long-range delayed changes in
functional connectivity following rTMS on the visual attention network. Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation , Volume 10 , Issue 2 , 263 – 269.[Link]

Dasgupta, S., Tyler, S., Wicks, J., Srinivasan, S. & Grossman, E.D. (2017).Network Connectivity of the Right STS in Three Social Perception Localizers. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 2017 29:2221-234 .[Link]

Agosta, S., Magnago, D., Tyler, S., Grossman, E., Galante, E., Ferraro, F., … Battelli, L. (2017). The pivotal role of the right parietal lobe in temporal attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience29(5), 805-815. [Link]

Craig, A. B., Grossman, E.D., & Krichmar, J. L. (2017). Investigation of autistic traits through strategic decision-making in games with adaptive agents. Scientific Reports7, 5533. [Link]

2016

Grossman, E.D., Dasgupta, S. & Srinivasan, R. (under review) Multivariate pattern analysis of the human pSTS: A comparison of three prototypical localizers.

2015

Tyler, S.C., Dasgupta, S., Agosta, S., Battelli, L. & Grossman, E.D. (2015). Functional Connectivity of parietal cortex during Temporal Selective Attention. Cortex 65 (2015),195-207. [Link]

2013

Kim, C-Y. Grossman, E.D. & Blake, R. (2013) Neural activity reflecting perceptual awareness of biologically relevant events. Korean Journal of Cognitive and Biological Psychology, 25(2), 153-172.[Link]

2012

Garcia, J.O., Pyles, J.A. & Grossman, E.D. (2012) Stimulus complexity modulates contrast response functions in the human middle temporal area (hMT+). Brain Research, 1466(23), 56-69. [Link]

2011

Tyler, S.C. & Grossman, E.D. (2011) ” Feature-based attention promotes biological motion recognition” Journal of Vision, 11(10), p. 1-16. DOI:10.1167/11.10.11

Garcia, J.O., Grossman, E.D. & Srinivasan, R. (2011) “Evoked potentials in large-scale networks elicited by TMS of the visual cortex”. Journal of Neurophysiology, 106, 1734-1746.[Link]

2010

Thurman, S.M & Grossman, E.D. (2010) Diagnostic spatial frequencies and human efficiency for discriminating actions. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, DOI 10.3758/s13414-010-0028-z. [Link]

Thurman, S.M, Giese, M.A. & Grossman, E.D. (2010) Perceptual and computational analysis of critical features for biological motion. Journal of Vision, 10(12), 1-14. [PDF]

Grossman, E.D., Jardine, N.L. & Pyles, J.A. (2010) fMR-adaptation reveals invariant coding of biological motion on the human STS. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4(15), p. 1-18; DOI: 10.3389/neuro.09.015.2010.

2009

Garcia, J.O. & Grossman, E.D. (2009) Motion opponency and transparency in the human middle temporal area (hMT). European Journal of Neuroscience, 30(6), 1172 – 1182. [Link]

Pyles, J.A. & Grossman, E.D. (2009) Neural adaptation for novel objects during dynamic articulation. Neuropsychologia, 47 (5), 1261-1268 . [PDF]

2008

Bedney, M., Caramazza, A., Grossman, E., Pascual-Leone, A. & Saxe, R. (2008) Concepts are not “webs of sensation”: Evidence from motion and non-motion words. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(44), 11347-1353. [PDF]

Chen, Y., Grossman, E., Yurgen-Todd, Bidwell, C., Gruper, S., Levy, D., Matthyse, S., Nakayama, K., & Holzman, P. (2008) Differential activation of occipital and prefrontal cortices during motion processing: Evidence from normal and schizophrenic brains. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience, 8(3), 293-303. [PDF]

Garcia, J. O. & Grossman E. D. (2008) Necessary but not sufficient: Motion perception is necessary for biological motion. Vision Research, 48(9), 1144-1149. [PDF]

Thurman, S. M. & Grossman E. D. (2008) Temporal “Bubbles” reveal key features in point-light biological motion perception. Journal of Vision, 8(3), 1-11. [PDF]

1999-2007

Pyles, J.A., Garcia, J.O., Hoffman, D.D. & Grossman E. D. (2007) Visual perception and neural correlates of novel “biological motion”. Vision Research, 47(21), 2786-2797. [PDF]

Grossman E. D., Battelli, L. & Pascual-Leone, A. (2005) Repetitive TMS over posterior STS disrupts perception of biological motion. Vision Research, 45(22), 2847-2853. [PDF]

Grossman E. D., Blake, R. & Kim, C-Y. (2004) Learning to see biological motion: Brain activity parallels behavior. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(9), 1-11. [PDF]

Tadin, D., Lappin, J.S., Blake, R. & Grossman E.D. (2002) What constitutes an efficient reference frame for vision? Nature Neuroscience, 5(10), 1010:1015. [PDF]

Grossman, E. & Blake, R. (2002) Brain areas active during visual perception of biological motion. Neuron, 35(6), 1167-1175. [PDF]

Grossman, E.D. & Blake, R. (2001) Brain activity evoked by inverted and imagined biological motion. Vision Research, 41(10-11), 1475-1482. [PDF]

Grossman, E.D., Donnelly, M., Price, P., Morgan, V., Pickens, D., Neighbor, G., & Blake, R. (2000) Brain areas involved in perception of biological motion. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 12(5), 711-720. [PDF]

Grossman, E.D. & Blake, R. (1999) Perception of coherent motion, biological motion and form-from-motion under dim-light conditions. Vision Research, 39(22), 3721-3727. [PDF]

 

Selected Abstracts

Tyler, S.C., Dasgupta, S., Battelli, L., Grossman, E.D. (2011) Lateralized Temporal Parietal Junction (TPJ) activity during temporal order judgment tasks. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.

Dasgupta S, Tyler S.C., Grossman E.D. (2011)  Co-localization of human posterior STS during biological motion, face and social perception. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.

Tyler, S.C., Garcia, J.O, & Grossman, E.D. (2010) Attention-based motion analysis of biological motion perception. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.

Dasgupta S, Pyles J, Grossman E. (2010) Multi-voxel pattern analysis (MVPA) of the STS during biological motion perception. Vision Sciences Society, Naples, FL.

Garcia, J., Srinivasan, R. & Grossman, E. (2008) Oscillations induced by single-pulse TMS over visual cortex measured with simultaneous EEG. Society for Neuroscience.

Bedny, M., Caramazza, A. Grossman, E., Pascual-Leone, A. & Saxe, R. (2008). Concepts are not “webs of sensation”: Evidence from motion words. Cognitive Science Society.

Garcia, J. Srinivasan, R. & Grossman, E.D. (2008) TMS-induced oscillations in orientation discriminations.  Vision Sciences Society.

Jardine, N. L., Pyles, J.A. & Grossman, E.D. (2008) Viewpoint invariance: An fMRI investigation of biological motion specificity in the STSp. Vision Sciences Society.

Pyles, J.A. & Grossman, E.D. (2008) Visual analysis of biological motion and understanding social events: Mapping the STSp. Vision Sciences Society.

Thurman, S., Pyles, J., Troje, N. & Grossman, E.D. (2008) Critical temporal window for natural point-light gender discrimination. Vision Sciences Society.

Bedny, M., Caramazza, A., Grossman, E., Pascual-Leone, A., & Saxe, R. (2008) Are word meanings “webs of sensations”?: Counterevidence from an fMRI study of motion and non-motion words. Cognitive Neuroscience Society.

Garcia, J.O., Pouya, A. & Grossman, E. (2007) Investigation of local motion antagonism with transcranial magentic stimulation. European conference on visual perception.

Garcia, J.O., Pouya, A. & Grossman, E. (2007) Investigation of local motion antagonism with transcranial magentic stimulation. European conference on visual perception.

Garcia, J., Pyles, J. & Grossman, E. (2007) Neural mechanisms underlying motion opponency in hMT+. Vision Sciences Society.

Grossman, E. (2007) fMRI-adaptation for articulated moving objects in ventral temporal brain areas. Vision Sciences Society.

Thurman, S. & Grossman, E. (2007) Dynamic ‘Bubbles’: A novel technique for analyzing the perception of biological motion. Vision Sciences Society.

Pyles, J.A., Garcia, J.O., Hoffman, D.D. & Grossman, E. (2006) Brain activity evoked by novel ‘biological motion’.

Garcia, J. O., Pyles, J. & Grossman, E. D. (2006) Neural correlates of pathway contributions to motion perception in high-level visual brain areas.

Pyles, J., Grossman, E. & Hoffman, D. (2005) Visual characteristics of biological motion: investigations with a new stimulus set. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society.

Garcia, J. O. & Grossman, E. D. (2005) Perception of point-light biological motion at isoluminance. Vision Sciences Society.

Grossman, E., Battelli, L. & Pascual-Leone (2004) TMS over STSp disrupts perception of biological motion. Vision Sciences Society, 4(8) abstr. 239.

Grossman, E. D., Harris, A.M. & Nakayama, K. (2003) Simultaneous EEG/MEG recording during perception of point-light biological motion. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.

Grossman, E., Kim, C-K. & Blake, R. (2003) Perceptual learning of biological motion. Vision Sciences Society.

Kim, C-K., Grossman, E. & Blake, R. (2002) Biologically relevant events are undetectable during suppression phases of binocular rivalry. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 28, abstr. 161.12.

Grossman, E. & Blake, R. (2002) A parametric fMRI study of neural activity in human posterior superior temporal sulcus during visual perception of biological motion. Federation of European Neurosciences.

Grossman, E. & Blake, R. (2002) An investigation of neural activity associated with viewing point-light animal, face and hand movements. Journal of Vision.

Grossman, E. & Blake, R. (2001) A dissociation between brain areas involved in seeing objects and seeing human movement. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 27, abstr. 165.33.

Tadin, D., Lappin, J.S., Blake, R. & Grossman, E.D. (2001) Structured dynamic reference frames for visual perception. Journal of Vision, 1(3), 359a, http://journalofvision.org/1/3/359, DOI 10.1167/1.3.359.