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Giorgio Ganis

 

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Dr Giorgio Ganis

  • Job title: Associate Professor (Reader) in Cognitive Neuroscience, School of Psychology (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences)
  • Address: ,
  • Telephone: +441752584812
  • Email: giorgio.ganis@plymouth.ac.uk


Professional membership
Society for Neuroscience
Cognitive Neuroscience Society
Society for Psychophysiological Research
Psychonomic Society

 


Teaching interests
Cognitive Neuroscience
Cognitive Psychology
Social Neuroscience

 


Research interests
I'm interested in using behavioral and cognitive neuroscience methods to study:

  • Higher level vision and cognition
  • Visual mental imagery, visual attention, working memory, semantic memory
  • Social cognition and relationship with spatial cognition
  • Deception, veracity assessment, and self-deception
  • Practice and training effects and individual differences in the above domains

For my research I have been using the following cognitive neuroscience techniques:

  • Functional magnetic resonance imaging
  • Electroencephalography
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation
  • Transcranial direct current stimulation
  • Functional near-infrared spectroscopy

 

Other research

Selected Conference Proceedings, Presentations and Abstracts

Ganis, Rosenfeld, J.P., & Meixner, J. (2010). Covert countermeasures disrupt fMRI-based deception detection. Poster presented at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Chicago, Ill.

Ganis, G., & Schendan, H.E. (2009). Does mental rotation recruit motion area MT+? A multi-voxel pattern analysis. Poster presented at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Ganis, G., Maher, S., Lucia, L., & Schendan, H.E. (2008). Visual mental imagery affects neural processes of face perception indexed by the P150/N170 complex. Poster presented at the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Ganis, G., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2007). FMRI studies of different types of deception. Talk given at the Forty-seventh Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Savannah, GA.

Ganis, G., Schendan, H. E., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2007). Role of prefrontal control in visual object categorization: Behavioral and fMRI evidence for object model verification theory. Poster presented at the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York City, NY.

Ganis, G., Schendan, H. E., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2006). Neuroimaging evidence for object model verification theory: Role of prefrontal control in visual object categorization. Poster presented at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Vancouver, Canada.

Ganis, G., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2006). FMRI studies of different types of deception. Talk given at the Thirteenth World Congress of Psychophysiology, Istanbul, Turkey.

Ganis, G., Thompson, W. L., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2005). Understanding the effects of task-specific practice in the brain: insights from individual differences analyses. Poster presented at the Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

Ganis, G., Kosslyn, S. M., Stose, S., Thompson, W. L., & Yurgelun-Todd, D. A. (2003). Neural correlates of different types of deception: an fMRI investigation. Poster presented at the Thirty-third Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA.

Amick, M. M., Schendan, H. E., Ganis, G., Neargarder, S. A., & Cronin-Golomb, A. (2003). Frontostriatal circuits are involved in visuomotor transformation: evidence from mental rotation in Parkinson's disease. Poster presented at the Thirty-third Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA.

Theoret, H., Kobayashi, M., Ganis, G., & Pascual-Leone, A. (2001). Repetitive stimulation of areas MT/V5 disrupts storage of the motion aftereffect. Poster presented at the Thirty-first Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

Sparing, R., Ganis, G., Thompson, W. L., Kosslyn, S. M., & Pascual-Leone, A. (2001). Visual cortex excitability increases during visual imagery – a TMS study. Poster presented at the Human Brain Mapping Conference, Brighton, UK.

Ganis, G., Thompson, W. L., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2001). An fMRI investigation of striate cortex activation during visual imagery and perception. Poster presented at the Thirty-first Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

Ganis, G., & Kutas, M. (2001). Visual scene effects on object identification: an electrophysiological investigation. Poster presented at the Eight Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY.

Keenan, J. P., Ganis, G., Hamilton, R., & Pascual-Leone, A. (2000). Poster presented at the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Ganis, G., Keenan, J. P., Pascual-Leone, A., & Kosslyn, S. M. (1999). Transcranial magnetic stimulation of primary motor cortex affects mental rotation, Poster presented at the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Washington, DC.

Zhang, K., Ganis, G., & Sereno, M. I. (1997). Antihebbian synapses as a linear equation solver. Poster presented at the International Conference on Neural Networks, Houston, TX.

Ganis, G., Kutas, M., Schendan, H. E., & Dale, A. M. (1997). DOC: a direct method for temporal overlap correction of ERP and fMRI responses. Poster presented at the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston, MA.

Ganis, G., Schendan, H. E., & Kutas, M. (1996). Using ERPs to Look in the Face of Words. Poster presented at the Third Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Ganis, G., Schendan, H. E., & Kutas, M. (1996). What do faces and letterstrings have in common? Early ERPs evidence. Poster presented at the Twenty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.

Schendan, H. E., Ganis, G., & Kutas, M. (1995). Reading pictures viewing text: an electrifying view. Poster presented at the Second Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Ganis, G., Schendan, H. E., & Kutas, M. (1995). Reading Pictures, Viewing Text: An Event Related Potential Study. Poster presented at the Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.

Ganis, G., Kutas, M., & Sereno, M. I. (1995). Freeing the ERPs: freeware for high quality spatial map construction and presentation. Poster presented at the Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Toronto, Canada.

Ganis, G., Sereno, M. I., & Kutas, M. (1994). The search for common sense: An electrophysiological investigations of the semantic analysis of words and pictures in sentences. Poster presented at the First Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Casco, C., & Ganis, G. (1993). Perception of the Conjunction of Features in Static and Moving Displays. Poster presented at the Sixteenth European Conference on Visual Perception, Edinburgh, UK.

Schendan, H. E., & Ganis, G. (1992). Hebbian learning of artificial grammars. Poster presented at the Fourteenth Annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Bloomington, IN.

Ganis, G., & Zhang, K. (1992). A competitive Learning Model for the Neurons in area 7a. Poster presented at the Twenty-second Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Anaheim, CA.

Ganis, G., Bressan, P., & Vallortigara, G. (1992). Stratification and the Aperture Problem. Poster presented at the Fifteenth European Conference on Visual Perception, Pisa, Italy

Schendan, H. E., & Ganis, G. (1992). Hebbian learning of artificial grammars. Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 838-843.

Gruen, D., Ganis, G., & Gobbel, R. (1991). The microgenetic analysis of an origami task. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 739-743.

Ganis, G., & Chater, N. (1991). Can double dissociations uncover the modularity of cognitive processes? Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 714-718.

Chater, N., & Ganis, G. (1991). Double dissociations and isolable cognitive systems. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 668-672.

Gruen, D., Ganis, G., & Gobbel, R. (1991). The microgenetic analysis of an origami task. Poster presented at the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Chicago, IL.

Ganis, G., & Chater, N. (1991). Can double dissociations uncover the modularity of cognitive

processes? Poster presented at the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society,

Chicago, IL.

Chater, N., & Ganis, G. (1991). Double dissociations and isolable cognitive systems. Poster presented at the Thirteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Chicago, IL.

Ganis, G., & Casco, C. (1990). Rigidity and Non-Rigidity in the Kinetic Depth Effect. Poster presented at the Thirteenth European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris.

 

Grants & contracts
2011-2012: PU International Research, Networking and Collaboration Award, Giorgio Ganis, PI. Enhancing deception detection accuracy by combining behavioural and neuroscience methods. ₤ 9,500.

2012-2016:
Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (CIG), Giorgio Ganis, PI. Cognitive Neuroscience of Deception (CoND). € 100,000.

2010-2014: US Government, Giorgio Ganis, PI. Neuroimaging investigations of deception. $750,000.


2009-2010: MGH ECOR, Giorgio Ganis, PI. Neural correlates of deception. $57,500.

2009-2010: National Science Foundation (SBE-0823506), Giorgio Ganis, PI.Neural correlates of action videogame training. $156,540.

2004-2008:
National Science Foundation (BCS-0322611), Stephen Kosslyn, PI/Giorgio Ganis, Co-PI. A taxonomy of lies: fMRI and DOT investigations of deception. $749,974.

2004-2009: National Institute of Mental Health (2 R01 MH060734-05A1), Stephen Kosslyn, PI/Giorgio Ganis, subcontract PI. Cognitive neuroscience of visual imagery: fMRI and TMS Studies. $1,525,812.

2004 -2007: National Institute of Mental Health (1 R21 MH068610-01A1), Giorgio Ganis, PI. DOT and fMRI studies of visual perception and imagery. $309,429.

2005 -2007: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA: FA8750-05-2-0270), Stephen Kosslyn, PI/Giorgio Ganis, Co-PI. High-level vision: top-down processing in neurally inspired architectures. $297,264.

2001 -2004: National Imagery Mapping Agency (NMA201-01-C-0032), Stephen Kosslyn, PI/Giorgio Ganis, Co-PI. Mechanisms of top-down processing: a new theory and initial tests. $230,830.

2000 -2002: McDonnell -Pew Program in Cognitive Neuroscience (20002039), Giorgio Ganis, PI. Cognitive neuroscience of mental image transformation: fMRI and TMS studies. $100,260.



 


Journals
Articles
Ganis G & Schendan HE  (2013)  'Concealed semantic and episodic autobiographical memory electrified' Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 
Schendan HE & Ganis G  (2012)  'Electrophysiological potentials reveal cortical mechanisms for mental imagery, mental simulation, and grounded (embodied) cognition' Frontiers in Psychology 
Schendan HE & Ganis G  (2012)  'Face-Specificity Is Robust across Diverse Stimuli and Individual People, Even When Interstimulus Variance Is Zero' Psychophysiology: an international journal 
Borst G, Ganis G, Thompson WL & Kosslyn SM  (2012)  'Representations in mental imagery and working memory: Evidence from different types of visual masks' Memory and Cognition  40  (2),  pp 204 - 217
Ganis G, Smith D & Schendan HE  (2012)  'The N170, not the P1, indexes the earliest time for categorical perception of faces, regardless of interstimulus variance' Neuroimage  62  (3),  pp 1563 - 1574 , DOI 
Ganis G, Rosenfeld JP, Meixner J, Kievit RA & Schendan HE  (2011)  'Lying in the scanner: covert countermeasures disrupt deception detection by functional magnetic resonance imaging' Neuroimage  55  (1),  pp 312 - 319 , DOI 
Zhang Q, Strangman GE & Ganis G  (2009)  'Adaptive filtering to reduce global interference in non-invasive NIRS measures of brain activation: how well and when does it work?' Neuroimage  45  (3),  pp 788 - 794  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G & Patnaik P  (2009)  'Detecting concealed knowledge using a novel attentional blink paradigm' Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback  34  (3),  pp 189 - 196  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G, Morris RR & Kosslyn SM  (2009)  'Neural processes underlying self- and other-related lies: an individual difference approach using fMRI' Soc Neurosci  (6),  pp 539 - 553  Author Site , DOI 
Kelly KJ, Murray E, Barrios V, Gorman J, Ganis G & Keenan JP  (2009)  'The effect of deception on motor cortex excitability' SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE  (6),  pp 570 - 574  Author Site , DOI 
Wright R, Thompson WL, Ganis G, Newcombe NS & Kosslyn SM  (2008)  'Training generalized spatial skills' PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW  15  (4),  pp 763 - 771  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G & Schendan HE  (2008)  'Visual mental imagery and perception produce opposite adaptation effects on early brain potentials' Neuroimage  42  (4),  pp 1714 - 1727  Author Site , DOI 
Kwan VSY, Barrios V, Ganis G, Gorman J, Lange C, Kumar M, Shepard A & Keenan JP  (2007)  'Assessing the neural correlates of self-enhancement bias: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study' EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH  182  (3),  pp 379 - 385  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G, Schendan HE & Kosslyn SM  (2007)  'Neuroimaging evidence for object model verification theory: Role of prefrontal control in visual object categorization' Neuroimage  34  (1),  pp 384 - 398  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G & Kosslyn SM  (2006)  'fMRI studies of different types of deception' INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY  61  (3),  pp 305 - 306  Author Site
Amick MM, Schendan HE, Ganis G & Cronin-Golomb A  (2006)  'Frontostriatal circuits are necessary for visuomotor transformation: mental rotation in Parkinson's disease' Neuropsychologia  44  (3),  pp 339 - 349  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G, Thompson WL & Kosslyn SM  (2005)  'Understanding the effects of task-specific practice in the brain: insights from individual-differences analyses' Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci  (2),  pp 235 - 245  Author Site
Ganis G, Thompson WL & Kosslyn SM  (2004)  'Brain areas underlying visual mental imagery and visual perception: an fMRI study' Brain Res Cogn Brain Res  20  (2),  pp 226 - 241  Author Site , DOI 
Kosslyn SM, Thompson WL, Shephard JM, Ganis G, Bell D, Danovitch J, Wittenberg LA & Alpert NM  (2004)  'Brain rCBF and performance in visual imagery tasks: Common and distinct processes' EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY  16  (5),  pp 696 - 716  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G & Kutas M  (2003)  'An electrophysiological study of scene effects on object identification' Brain Res Cogn Brain Res  16  (2),  pp 123 - 144  Author Site
Mast FW, Ganis G, Christie S & Kosslyn SM  (2003)  'Four types of visual mental imagery processing in upright and tilted observers' Brain Res Cogn Brain Res  17  (2),  pp 238 - 247  Author Site
Kosslyn SM, Ganis G & Thompson WL  (2003)  'Mental imagery: against the nihilistic hypothesis' Trends Cogn Sci  (3),  pp 109 - 111  Author Site
Ganis G, Kosslyn SM, Stose S, Thompson WL & Yurgelun-Todd DA  (2003)  'Neural correlates of different types of deception: an fMRI investigation' Cereb Cortex  13  (8),  pp 830 - 836  Author Site
Ganis G, Thompson WL, Mast FW & Kosslyn SM  (2003)  'Visual imagery in cerebral visual dysfunction' Neurol Clin  21  (3),  pp 631 - 646  Author Site
Kosslyn SM, Thompson WL & Ganis G  (2002)  'Mental imagery doesn't work like that' BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES  25  (2),  pp 198 - +  Author Site
Théoret H, Kobayashi M, Ganis G, Di Capua P & Pascual-Leone A  (2002)  'Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of human area MT/V5 disrupts perception and storage of the motion aftereffect' Neuropsychologia  40  (13),  pp 2280 - 2287  Author Site
Sparing R, Mottaghy FM, Ganis G, Thompson WL, Töpper R, Kosslyn SM & Pascual-Leone A  (2002)  'Visual cortex excitability increases during visual mental imagery--a TMS study in healthy human subjects' Brain Res  938  (1-2),  pp 92 - 97  Author Site
Kosslyn SM, Ganis G & Thompson WL  (2001)  'Neural foundations of imagery' Nat Rev Neurosci  (9),  pp 635 - 642  Author Site , DOI 
Sparing R, Mottaghy FM, Ganis G, Thompson WL, Kosslyn SM & Pascual-Leone A  (2001)  'Visual cortex excitability increases during visual imagery - a TMS study' NEUROIMAGE  13  (6),  pp S941 - S941  Author Site
Keenan JP, Freund S, Hamilton RH, Ganis G & Pascual-Leone A  (2000)  'Hand response differences in a self-face identification task' Neuropsychologia  38  (7),  pp 1047 - 1053  Author Site
Keenan JP, Ganis G, Hamilton R, Maeda F & Pascual-Leone A  (2000)  'Right prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation delays self-adjective judgement' JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE  pp 111 - 111  Author Site
Keenan JP, Ganis G, Freund S & Pascual-Leone A  (2000)  'Self-face identification is increased with left hand responses' Laterality  (3),  pp 259 - 268  Author Site , DOI 
Ganis G, Keenan JP, Kosslyn SM & Pascual-Leone A  (2000)  'Transcranial magnetic stimulation of primary motor cortex affects mental rotation' Cereb Cortex  10  (2),  pp 175 - 180  Author Site
Casco C & Ganis G  (1999)  'Parallel search for conjunctions with stimuli in apparent motion' PERCEPTION  28  (1),  pp 89 - 108  Author Site , DOI 
Kosslyn SM, Pascual-Leone A, Felician O, Camposano S, Keenan JP, Thompson WL, Ganis G, Sukel KE & Alpert NM  (1999)  'The role of area 17 in visual imagery: convergent evidence from PET and rTMS' Science  284  (5411),  pp 167 - 170  Author Site
Schendan HE, Ganis G & Kutas M  'Neurophysiological evidence for visual perceptual categorization of words and faces within 150 ms' Psychophysiology  (35),  pp 240 - 251
Ganis G, Casco C & Roncato S  'Perceived rigidity and nonrigidity in the kinetic depth effect' Perception  (22),  pp 23 - 34
Ganis G, Casco C & Roncato S  'Rigid and non-rigid kinetic depth effect with rotating discrete helices' Psychological Research: an international journal of perception, attention, memory and action  (55),  pp 1 - 9
Bressan P, Ganis G & Vallortigara G  'The role of depth stratification in the solution of the aperture problem' Perception  (22),  pp 215 - 218
Ganis G, Kutas M & Sereno MI  'The search for ''common sense'': An electrophysiological study of the comprehension of words and pictures in reading' Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  (8),  pp 89 - 106
Reviews
Ganis G & Schendan HE  (2011)  'Visual imagery' Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science  (3),  pp 239 - 252
Books
Kosslyn SM, Thompson WL & Ganis G  (2006)  The case for visual imagery.  Oxford University Press 
Chapters
Ganis G & Kosslyn SM  (2009)  'Detection of deception and brain imaging' in Jamieson A; Moenssens A (ed.)  Encyclopedia of Forensic Science  Wiley 
Ganis G & Kosslyn SM  (2009)  'Imagery, neurobiological approaches' in Wilken P; Bayne T; Cleermans A (ed.)  Oxford Companion to Consciousness  Oxford University Press 
Ganis G, Thompson WL & Kosslyn SM  (2009)  'Visual mental imagery: more than just “seeing with the mind’s eye”' The Visual World in Memory  Psychology Press  pp 215 - 249
Kosslyn SM, Thompson WL & Ganis G  (2009)  'Why the imagery debate won’t go away?' The Cognitive Neurosciences IV  pp 1241 - 1246
Ganis G & Kosslyn SM  (2007)  'Multiple mechanisms of top-down processing in vision' in Funahashi S (ed.)  Representation and Brain  Tokyo:  Springer Verlag  pp 21 - 45
Ganis G, Thompson WL, Mast FM & Kosslyn SM  (2004)  'The brain's mind's images: the cognitive neuroscience of mental imagery' in Gazzaniga MS (ed.)  The cognitive Neurosciences  Boston:  MIT Press  pp 931 - 942
Kosslyn SM, Ganis G & Thompson WL  (2004)  'Visual mental imagery' Oxford Companion to the Mind (2nd edition)  pp 585 - 587
Ganis G & Kosslyn SM  (2002)  'Neuroimaging' in Ramachandran VS (ed.)  Encyclopedia of the Human Brain  San Diego, CA:  Academic Press  pp 493 - 506
Ganis G & Schendan HE  'Cognitive Neuroscience of Mental Imagery: Methods and Paradigms' in Lacey S; Lawson R (ed.)  Multisensory Imagery: Theory and Applications 
Ganis G & Moriarty JC  'FMRI deception detection' Encyclopedia of Forensic Science  Wiley 
Ganis G  'Mental imagery' in Ramachandran VS (ed.)  Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd Edition)  Elsevier 
Ganis G & Rosenfeld JP  'Neural correlates of deception' in Illes J; Sahakian BJ (ed.)  Oxford Handbook of Neuroethics  Oxford University Press 
Ben-Shackar G, Rosenfeld JP & Ganis G  'The detection of concealed memories' The Neuroscience of Memory  Oxford University Press 
Vrij A & Ganis G  'Theories in Deception and Lie Detection' in Raskin DC; Honts CR; Kircher JC (ed.)  Elsevier 
Ganis G  'Visual Mental Imagery' in Lacey S; Lawson R (ed.)  Multisensory Imagery: Theory and Applications  Springer 
Conference Papers
Ganis G  (2012)  'FMRI-based concealed information tests and their vulnerability to countermeasures' pp 325 - 325 , DOI 
Ganis G  (2012)  'Neuroimaging of deception: Promises and perils' pp 305 - 305 , DOI 
Barrios V, Kwan VSY, Ganis G, Gorman J, Romanowski J & Keenan JP  (2008)  'Elucidating the neural correlates of egoistic and moralistic self-enhancement' pp 451 - 456 , DOI 
Ganis G & Kosslyn SM  (2007)  'fMRI studies of different types of deception' pp S5 - S5
Ganis G, Schendan HE & Kosslyn SM  (2006)  'Neuroimaging evidence for object model verification theory: Role of prefrontal control in visual object categorization' pp S40 - S40
Ganis G, Thompson WL, Mast F & Kosslyn SM  (2004)  'The Brain's Mind's Images: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Mental Imagery' pp 931 - 941
Zhang KC, Ganis G & Sereno MI  (1997)  'Anti-Hebbian synapses as a linear equation solver' pp {387-389} - {387-389}
GANIS G & SCHENDAN H  (1992)  'HEBBIAN LEARNING OF ARTIFICIAL GRAMMARS' pp {838-843} - {838-843}
Ganis G & Schendan H  (1992)  'Hebbian Learning of Artificial Grammars' Fourteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.  Bloomington, Indiana  pp 838 - 843
CHATER N & GANIS G  (1991)  'DOUBLE DISSOCIATION AND ISOLABLE COGNITIVE-PROCESSES' pp {668-672} - {668-672}
GRUEN DM, GANIS G & GOBBEL R  (1991)  'THE MICROGENETIC ANALYSIS OF AN ORIGAMI TASK' pp {739-743} - {739-743}
Patents
Kosslyn SM, Ganis G & Rosenberg RS  (2003)  Multi-variate data presentation method using ecologically valid stimuli.  6,639,614 

Conferences organised
Co-organizer of the Spatial Training Conference, Cambridge, MA, May 2010 (sponsored by the National Science Foundation)  


Other academic activities

Ad hoc reviewer (Grants & Contracts)

2006 - Present National Science Foundation
2006 -Present American Association for the Advancement of Science
2005 -2006 Department of Defense Polygraph Institute

Ad-hoc reviewer (Journals)

2009 – Present Applied Cognitive Psychology
2009 – Present International Journal of Psychophysiology
2009 – Present Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews
2008 – Present Physiology & Behavior
2008 – Present Visual Cognition
2008 – Present Behavioral Brain Research
2008 – Present The Open Forensic Science Journal
2007 – Present British Journal of Psychology
2007 – Present Journal of Forensic Sciences
2007 – Present Cortex
2007 – Present Learning and Individual Differences
2006 – Present Journal of Vision
2006 – Present Brain and Cognition
2006 -Present Journal of Neuroscience
2006 -Present Experimental Brain Research
2006 -Present Psychological Bulletin and Review
2006 – Present Neuroscience Letters
2005 – Present Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
2005 -Present Social Neuroscience
2005 -Present European Journal of Cognitive Psychology
2006 – Present Cognition 2004 -Present Human Brain Mapping
2004 -Present Neuroscience Letters
2003 -Present NeuroImage
2002 -Present Cerebral Cortex
2001 -Present Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
2000 -Present Cognitive Brain Research
1998 -Present Psychophysiology