Karisa B. Parkington
Karisa B. Parkington
PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo
Verified email at uwaterloo.ca
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One versus two eyes makes a difference! Early face perception is modulated by featural fixation and feature context
KB Parkington, RJ Itier
Cortex 109, 35-49, 2018
Joint Modulation of Facial Expression Processing by Contextual Congruency and Task Demands
L Aguado, KB Parkington, T Dieguez-Risco, JA Hinojosa, RJ Itier
Brain sciences 9 (5), 116, 2019
Visual-motor association learning in undergraduate students as a function of the autism-spectrum quotient
KB Parkington, RJ Clements, O Landry, PA Chouinard
Experimental brain research 233 (10), 2883-2895, 2015
Dissociable visual perception and executive functioning processes in typically developing adults with varying degrees of autistic‐like characteristics
P Chouinard, K Parkington, B Clements, O Landry
Front. Hum. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: XII International Conference on …, 2015
From eye to face: Support for neural inhibition in holistic processing
R Itier, K Parkington
Journal of Vision 15 (679), doi: 10.1167/15.12.679, 2015
From eye to face: The impact of face outline, feature number, and feature saliency on the early neural response to faces
KB Parkington, RJ Itier
Brain research 1722, 146343, 2019
The Impact of Viewing Time to Internal Facial Features on Face Recognition Performance Following Implicit and Explicit Encoding
K Parkington, R Itier
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 167-167, 2018
Preserved eye sensitivity of the N170 ERP component across face size
K Parkington, RE Ermis, R Itier
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 1029-1029, 2017
An eye (region) sensitivity during early face perception: The N170 is modulated by facial context and featural fixation
K Parkington
University of Waterloo, 2017
Looking eye to eye: Face context and featural fixation modulate early neural markers of face perception
K Parkington, R Itier
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 740-740, 2016
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