Publications and Conference Posters

1. Publications

1.1. Books

Anderson, Britt. Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Modelling. A Student’s Introduction to Methods and Procedures. Sage Publishing, 2014.

1.2. Chapters

Anderson, Britt. “Brain Imaging and G.” In The Scientific Study of General Intelligence, edited by H. Nyborg, 669. Pergamon, 2003.
———. “G in Non-Human Animals.” In The Nature of Intelligence. Novartis Foundation Symposium, 79–90. John Wiley and Sons, 2000. doi:10.1002/0470870850.ch5.
Anderson, Britt, and T. Head. “Evidence for Language Comprehension in a Severe Sensory Aphasic.” In Toward a Science of Consciousness, edited by S. R. Hammeroff, A. W. Kaszniak, and A. C. Scott, 223–25. MIT Press, 1996.
Anderson, Britt, and R. M. Rosenberg. “Metabolic Encephalopathy in Genetic Diseases.” In Metabolic Brain Dysfunction in Systemic Disorders, edited by A. I. Arieff and C. Griggs R., 437–53. Little Brown, 1992.
Anderson, Britt, and D.L. Sheinberg. “Neurophysiology of Temporal Attention.” In Attention in Time, edited by A. Nobre and J. Coull, 407–17. Oxford University Press, 2010.
Danckert, J. D., E. Stöttinger, and B. Anderson. “Neglect as a Disorder of Representational Updating.” In Psychology of Neglect, 1–28. Nova Science Publishing, 2012.
Nabors, L. B., and Britt Anderson. “Neurology.” In Cecil Review of Internal Medicine, edited by P.G. Pappas, 7th ed., 194–206. W. B. Saunders, 2001.
Stein, S. A., D.R. Shanklin, P.M. Adams, G.M. Mihailoff, M.B. Palnitkar, and Britt Anderson. “Thyroid Hormone Regulation of Specific Mrnas in the Developing Brain.” In Iodine and the Brain, edited by G.R. Delong, J. Robbins, and P.G. Condiffe, 59–78. Plenum, 1989.

1.3. Articles in press and preparation

Chen, Sixuan, and Britt Anderson. “Updating Local and Global Probability Events during Maze Navigation.” Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2023.
DiBerardino, Peter A. V., Alexandre L. S. Filipowicz, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Plinko: A Theory-Free Behavioral Measure of Priors for Statistical Learning and Mental Model Updating.” British Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2023.
Wainstein, Gabriel, Christopher Whyte, Kaylena Ehgoetz Martens, Eli Müller, Brandon Munn, Vicente Medel, Britt Anderson, Elisabeth Stöttinger, James Danckert, and James Shine. “Noradrenergic Modulation of Whole Brain Dynamics Mediates Perceptual Switches.” Tbd, 2023.

1.4. Articles published

Anderson, Britt. “A Computational Model of Neglect Dyslexia.” Cortex 35 (1999): 201–18. doi:10.1016/s0010-9452%2808%2970794-9.
———. “Akinetic Mutism as a Consequence of Obstructive Hydrocephalus. Successful Treatment with a Combination of Bromocriptine and Ephedrine.” Journal of Neurosurgery 76 (1992): 152–55.
———. “A Mathematical Model of Line Bisection Behaviour in Neglect.” Brain 119, no. 3 (1996): 841–50. doi:10.1093/brain/119.3.841.
———. “An inside-out Theory of Neglect.” Medical Hypotheses 39 (1992): 295–301.
———. “A Proof of the Need for the Spatial Clustering of Interneuronal Connections to Enhance Cortical Computation.” Cerebral Cortex 9 (1999): 2–3. doi:10.1093/cercor/9.1.2.
———. “A Proposed Therapy for the Encephalopathies of Reye’s Syndrome and Hepatic Encephalopathy.” Medical Hypotheses 15 (1984): 415–20.
———. “A Role for Animal Research in the Investigation of Human Mental Retardation.” American Journal of Mental Retardation 99 (1994): 50–59.
———. “Attentional Effects on Phenomenological Appearance: How They Change with Task Instructions and Measurement Methods.” Plosone 11, no. 3 (2016): e0152353. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0152353.
———. “A Unified Theory of Mental Illness.” Medical Hypotheses 29 (1989): 173–75.
———. “Axonal Length Correlates with Dementia Severity in Alzheimer’s Diseaase.” Medical Science Research 24 (1996): 271–73.
———. “Benvenuto Cellini and Reiter’s Disease.” Sexually Transmitted Diseases 16 (1989): 47–48.
———. “Dendrites and Cognition: A Negative Pilot Study in the Rat.” Intelligence 20 (1995): 291–308. doi:10.1016/0160-2896(95)90012-8.
———. “Dendritic Correlates of Dementia Severity in Alzheimer’s Disease.” Medical Science Research 23 (1995): 597–99.
———. “Evidence from the Rat for a General Factor That Underlies Cognitive Performance and That Relates to Brain Size: Intelligence?” Neuroscience Letters 153 (1993): 98–102.
———. “G as a Consequence of Shared Genes.” Intelligence 29 (2001): 367–71. doi:10.1016/S0160-2896(01)00069-1.
———. “G Explained.” Medical Hypotheses 45 (1995): 602–4. doi:10.1016/0306-9877(95)90245-7.
———. “Individual Variation in Cerebral Cortex Size and Neuron Number Does Not Predict Behavioral Ability in the Rat.” Personality and Individual Differences 18 (1995): 201–11.
———. “Is Alpha-Msh Deficiency the Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease.” Medical Hypotheses 19 (1986): 379–85.
———. “Kohonen Neural Networks and Language.” Brain and Language 70 (1999): 86–94. doi:10.1006/brln.1999.2145.
———. “Neglect as a Disorder of Prior Probability.” Neuropsychologia 46, no. 5 (2008): 1566–69. doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2007.12.006.
———. “On Morphogenesis.” Medical Hypotheses 26 (1988): 183–86.
———. “Open Field and Response Flexibility Measures in the Rat.” Psychobiology 19 (1991): 355–58.
———. “Pieces of the True Crossover Effect in Neglect.” Neurology 49, no. 3 (1997): 809–12. doi:10.1212/wnl.49.3.809.
———. “Probability and the Changing Shape of Response Distributions for Orientation.” Journal of Vision 14, no. 13 (2014): 1–15. doi:10.1167/14.13.15.
———. “Rat Reasoning: A Reliability and Validity Study.” Psychobiology 20 (1992): 238–42.
———. “Semantic Neglect.” Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 60 (1996): 349–50.
———. “Spared Awareness for the Left Side of Internal Visual Images in Patients with Left-Sided Extrapersonal Neglect.” Neurology, 1993, 213–16. doi:10.1212/wnl.43.1_part_1.213.
———. “Speed of Neuron Conduction Is Not the Basis of the Iq-Rt Correlation. Results from a Simple Neural Model.” Intelligence 19 (1994): 317–23.
———. “Stop Paying Attention to ‘Attention’.” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 2021, e1574. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcs.1574.
———. “There Is No Such Thing as Attention.” Frontiers in Psychology 2 (2011): 1–8. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00246.
———. “The Volume of the Cerebellar Molecular Layer Predicts Attention to Novelty in Rats.” Brain Research 641 (1994): 160–62.
Anderson, Britt, and Michael Druker. “Attention Improves Perceptual Quality.” Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 20 (2013): 120–27. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3758/s13423-012-0323-x.
Anderson, Britt, and Thomas Harvey. “Alterations in Cortical Thickness and Neuronal Density in the Frontal Cortex of Albert Einstein.” Neuroscience Letters 210, no. 3 (1996): 161–64. doi:10.1016/0304-3940(96)12693-8.
Anderson, Britt, and K. Heilman. “Touching and Timing Consciousness (Editorial).” Neurology 51 (1998): 666–68.
Anderson, Britt, and Valisa Rutledge. “Age and Hemisphere Effects on Dendritic Structure.” Brain 119, no. 6 (1996): 1983–90. doi:10.1093/brain/119.6.1983.
Anderson, Britt, and David L. Sheinberg. “Effects of Temporal Context and Temporal Expectancy on Neural Activity in Inferior Temporal Cortex.” Neuropsychologia 46 (2008): 947–57.
Anderson, Britt, G.A. Elgavish, W.-J. Chu, T. Simor, R.C. Martin, J.W. Hugg, and R.I. Kuzniecky. “Temporal Lobe Ph$_I$ and Iq: No Consistent Correlation.” Intelligence 26 (1998): 75–79. doi:10.1016/S0160-2896(99)80054-3.
Anderson, Britt, Matthew Harrison, and David L. Sheinberg. “A Multielectrode Study of IT in the Monkey: Effects of Grouping on Spike Rates and Synchrony.” Neuroreport 17 (2006): 407–11.
Anderson, Britt, Mark Mennemeier, and Anjan Chatterjee. “Variability Not Ability: Another Basis for Performance Decrements in Neglect.” Neuropsychologia 38, no. 6 (2000): 785–96. doi:10.1016/S0028-3932(99)00137-2.
Anderson, Britt, Ryan E. B. Mruczek, Keisuke Kawasaki, and David L. Sheinberg. “Effects of Familiarity on Neural Activity in Monkey Inferior Temporal Lobe.” Cerebral Cortex 18 (2008): 2540–52. doi:10.1093/cercor/bhn015.
Anderson, Britt, Jessie J. Peissig, Jedediah Singer, and David L. Sheinberg. “XOR Style Tasks for Testing Visual Object Processing in Monkeys.” Vis. Res. 46 (2005): 1804–15. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2005.11.023.
Anderson, Britt, Mark I. Sanderson, and David L. Sheinberg. “Joint Decoding of Visual Stimuli by IT Neurons’ Spike Counts Is Not Improved by Simultaneous Recording.” Experimental Brain Research 176 (2007): 1–11. doi:10.1007/s00221-006-0594-4.
Anderson, Britt, Sherif Soliman, Shannon O’Malley, James Danckert, and Derek Besner. “Control over the Strength of Connections between Modules: A Double Dissociation between Stimulus Format and Task Revealed by Granger Causality Mapping in Fmri.” Frontiers in Psychology 6, no. nil (2015): nil. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00321.
Anderson, Britt, B.D. Southern, and R.E. Powers. “Anatomical Asymmetries of the Posterior Superior Temporal Lobes: A Postmortem Study.” Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology 12 (1999): 247–54.
Anderson, C. G., and Britt Anderson. “Koelliker on Cajal. Translated Excerpts from Errinerungen Aus Meinem Leben.” International Journal of Neuroscience 70 (1993): 181–92.
Carson, Linda, Alex Filipowicz, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Representational Drawing Following Brain Injury.” Neuropsychologia 133 (2019): 107154. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2019.107154”.
Cort, Bryan, and Britt Anderson. “Conditional Probability Modulates Visual Search Efficiency.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, no. 683 (2013). doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00683.
Craig, Brandon T., Adam Morrill, Britt Anderson, James Danckert, and Christopher L. Striemer. “Cerebellar Lesions Disrupt Spatial and Temporal Visual Attention.” Cortex 139, no. nil (2021): 27–42. doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2021.02.019.
Danckert, James, and Britt Anderson. “Updating Representations of Temporal Intervals.” Experimental Brain Research 233, no. 12 (2015): 3517–26. doi:10.1007/s00221-015-4422-6.
Danckert, James, Elisabeth Stöttinger, Nadine Quehl, and Britt Anderson. “Right Hemisphere Brain Damage Impairs Strategy Updating.” Cerebral Cortex 22 (2012): 2745–60. doi:10.1093/cercor/bhr351.
DiBerardino, Peter A. V., Alexandre L. S. Filipowicz, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Plinko: A Theory-Free Behavioral Measure of Priors for Statistical Learning and Mental Model Updating.” Corr, 2021. http://arxiv.org/abs/2107.11477v1.
Donaldson, S., and Britt Anderson. “The Backpropagation Algorithm. Implications for the Biological Bases of Individual Differences in Intelligence.” Intelligence 21 (1995): 327–45. doi:10.1016/0160-2896(95)90020-9.
Druker, Michael, and Britt Anderson. “Spatial Probability Aids Visual Stimulus Discrimination.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, no. 63 (2010). doi:10.3389/fnhum.2010.00063.
Filipowicz, Alex, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Adapting to Change: The Role of the Right Hemisphere in Mental Model Building and Updating.” Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (2016): 201–18. doi:10.1037/cep0000078.
———. “Learning What from Where: Effects of Regularity on Non-Spatial Sequence Learning and Updating.” Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (2014): 1447–56. doi:10.1080/17470218.2013.867518.
Filipowicz, Alex, Derick Valadao, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Rejecting Outliers: Surprising Changes Do Not Always Improve Belief Updating.” Decision 5, no. 3 (2018): 165–76. doi:10.1037/dec0000073.
Go, Hanbin, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Saccadic Eye Movement Metrics Reflect Surprise and Mental Model Updating.” Attention, Perception and Psychophysics 84 (2022): 1553–65. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13414-022-02512-4.
Hadley, M. E., Britt Anderson, C.B. Heward, T.K. Sawyer, and V.J. Hruby. “Calcium Dependent Prolonged Effects on Melanophores of [4-Norleucine, 7-D-Phenylalanine]-Alpha Melanotropin.” Science 213 (1981): 1025.
Haskell, Christie R. M., and Britt Anderson. “Attentional Effects on Orientation Judgements Are Dependent on Memory Consolidation Processes.” Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (2016): 2147–65. doi:10.1080/17470218.2015.1105830.
Huthwaite, Justin S, Roy C Martin, H Randall Griffith, Britt Anderson, Lindy E Harrell, and Daniel C Marson. “Declining Medical Decision-Making Capacity in Mild AD: A Two-Year Longitudinal Study.” Behavioral Sciences & the Law 24 (2006): 453–63. doi:10.1002/bsl.701.
Jabar, Syaheed, and Britt Anderson. “Not All Probabilities Are Equivalent: Evidence from Orientation versus Spatial Probability Learning.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (2017): 853–67. doi:10.1037/xhp0000354.
———. “Orientation Probability and Spatial Exogenous Cuing Improve Perceptual Precision and Response Speed by Different Mechanisms.” Frontiers in Psychology; Perception Sciences 8 (2017): 183. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00183.
Jabar, Syaheed B., and Britt Anderson. “Probability Shapes Perceptual Precision: A Study in Orientation Estimation.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41, no. 6 (2015): 1666–79. doi:10.1037/xhp0000121.
Jabar, Syaheed, Alex Filipowicz, and Britt Anderson. “Knowing Where Is Different from Knowing What. Distinct Response Time Profiles and Accuracy Effects for Target Location, Orientation, and Color Probability.” Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics 79 (2017): 2338–53. doi:10.3758/s13414-017-1412-8.
———. “Tuned by Experience: How Orientation Probability Modulates Early Perceptual Processing.” Vision Research 138 (2017): 85–96. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2017.07.008.
Marson, Daniel C., Roy C. Martin, Virginia Wadley, H. Randall Griffith, Scott Snyder, Patricia S. Goode, F. Cleveland Kinney, et al. “Clinical Interview Assessment of Financial Capacity in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 57, no. 5 (2009): 806–14. doi:10.1111/j.1532-5415.2009.02202.x.
Martin, Roy, H. Randall Griffith, Katherine Belue, Lindy Harrell, Edward Zamrini, Britt Anderson, Alfred Bartolucci, and Daniel Marson. “Declining Financial Capacity in Patients with Mild Alzheimer Disease: A One-Year Longitudinal Study.” Am. J. Geriatr. Psychiatry 16 (2008): 209–19. doi:10.1097/JGP.0b013e318157cb00.
Marzi, C.A., E. Natale, and Britt Anderson. “Mapping Spatial Attention with Reaction Time in Neglect Patients.” In The Cognitive and Neural Basis of Spatial Neglect, 275–88. University Press Oxford, 2002. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198508335.003.0020.
Mennemeier, Mark, Christopher A Pierce, Anjan Chatterjee, Britt Anderson, George Jewell, Rachael Dowler, Adam J Woods, Tannahill Glenn, and Victor W Mark. “Biases in Attentional Orientation and Magnitude Estimation Explain Crossover: Neglect Is a Disorder of Both.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 17, no. 8 (2005): 1194–1211. doi:10.1162/0898929055002454.
Rafetseder, Eva, Sarah Schuster, Stefan Hawelka, Martin Doherty, Britt Anderson, James Danckert, and Elisabeth Stöttinger. “Children Struggle beyond Preschool-Age in a Continuous Version of the Ambiguous Figures Task.” Psychological Research, 2019. doi:10.1007/s00426-019-01278-z.
Robles, Chella M., Britt Anderson, Sean P. Dukelow, and Christopher L. Striemer. “Assessment and Recovery of Visually Guided Reaching Deficits Following Cerebellar Stroke.” Neuropsychologia 188 (2023): 108662. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2023.108662.
Ross, E. D., Britt Anderson, and A. Morgan-Fisher. “Crossed Aprosodia in Strongly Dextral Patients.” Archives of Neurology 46 (1989): 206–9.
Sepahvand, Nazanin Mohammadi, Elisabeth Stöttinger, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Sequential Decisions: A Computational Comparison of Observational and Reinforcement Accounts.” Plosone 9 (2014). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094308.
Severson, J. A., and Britt Anderson. “Chronic Antidepressant Treatment and Mouse 3h-Imipramine Binding.” Journal of Neuroscience Research 16 (1986): 429–38.
Sewell, Isabella J., James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “The Relative Importance of Local Contingencies and Global Biases for Statistical Learning.” Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 85, no. 4 (2023): 961–67. doi:10.3758/s13414-023-02692-7.
Shaqiri, Albulena, and Britt Anderson. “Priming and Statistical Learning in Right Brain Damaged Patients.” Neuropsychologia 51 (2013): 2526–33. doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2013.09.024.
———. “Spatial Probability Cuing and Right Hemisphere Damage.” Brain and Cognition 80 (2012): 352–60. doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2012.08.006.
Shaqiri, Albulena, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Statistical Learning as a Possible Tool for Rehabilitation in Spatial Neglect.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience; Special Issue: Novel Insights in Rehabilitation of Neglect 7, no. 224 (2013): 1–15. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00224.
Shaqiri, Albulena, Lauren Burnett, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Statistical Learning Impairments as a Consequence of Stroke.” Frontiers of Human Neuroscience 12 (2018): 339. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2018.00339.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Markus Aichhorn, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “The Neural Systems for Perceptual Updating.” Neuropsychologia 112 (2018): 86–94. doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.03.017.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, James Danckert, Britt Anderson, Barbara Früholz, and Guilherme Wood. “Spatial Biases in Number Line Bisection Tasks Are Due to a Cognitive Illusion of Length.” Experimental Brain Research 220 (2012): 147–52. doi:10.1007/s00221-012-3125-5.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Alex Filipowicz, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “The Effects of Prior Learned Strategies on Updating an Opponent’s Strategy in the Rock, Paper, Scissors Game.” Cognitive Science 38 (2014): 1482–92. doi:10.1111/cogs.12115.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Alex Filipowicz, Elahe Marandi, Nadine Quehl, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Statistical and Perceptual Updating: Correlated Impairments in Right Brain Injury.” Experimental Brain Research 232 (2014): 1971–87. doi:10.1007/s00221-014-3887-z.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Alex Filipowicz, Derick Valadao, Jody C. Culham, Melvyn A. Goodale, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “A Cortical Network That Marks the Moment When Conscious Representations Are Updated.” Neuropsychologia 79 (2015): 113–22. doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2015.10.037.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Carolyn Guay, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Updating Impairments and the Failure to Explore New Hypotheses Following Right Brain Damage.” Experimental Brain Research 236 (2018): 1749–65. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00221-018-5259-6.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Jürgen Pfusterschmied, Herbert Wagner, James Danckert, Britt Anderson, and Josef Perner. “Getting a Grip on Illusions: Replicating Stöttinger et Al [Exp Brain Res (2010) 202:79-88] Results with 3-D Objects.” Experimental Brain Research 216 (2011): 155–57. doi:10.1007/s00221-011-2912-8.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Nazanin Mohammadi Sepahvand, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Assessing Perceptual Change with an Ambiguous Figures Task: Normative Data for 40 Standard Picture Sets.” Behav Res Meth 48, no. 1 (2016): 201–22. doi:10.3758/s13428-015-0564-5.
Valadao, Derick, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Examining the Influence of Working Memory on Updating Mental Models.” Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (2015): 1442–56. doi:10.1080/17470218.2014.989866.
Verbitsky, Ryan, Britt Anderson, James Danckert, Sean Dukelow, and Christopher L. Striemer. “Left Cerebellar Lesions May Be Associated with an Increase in Spatial Neglect-like Symptoms.” The Cerebellum, 2023. doi:10.1007/s12311-023-01542-4.

1.5. Posters

Anderson, Britt. “Exogenous Cues Differentially Affect Selection and Discrimination of Contrast.” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2015. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/Anderson_2015.pdf.
———. “Probability Cuing Improves Perceptual Judgments.” Poster at: Vision Science Society, 2013. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/brittvss2013.pdf.
Anderson, Britt, and J. Danckert. “Updating Mental Models: What Is the Role of the Right Hemisphere?” Poster at: Interdisciplinary Kollege 2013, 2013. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/anddanckpost.pdf.
Anderson, Britt, and James Danckert. “A Deficit in Situational Updating: Playing ’rock, Paper, Scissors’ with Parietal Patients.” Poster at: Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, ca, 2010.
Anderson, Britt, and Michael Druker. “Matching Judgments for High Probability Orientations Are More Precise, but Only on the Side of the Responding Hand.” Poster at: 34rd European Conference on Visual Perception, 2011.
———. “Spatial Probability Aids Visual Target Discrimination.” Presentation at: 33rd European Conference on Visual Perception, 2010.
Anderson, Britt, and R. M. Haskell Christie. “Reward Shape Effects on the Precision of Perceptual Decisions.” Poster at: Society for the Biology of Decision Making (Sbdm), Paris, France, 2015. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/sbdm2015.pdf.
Anderson, Britt, and Christie Haskell Marsh. “Reward and Cue Effects on Orientation Judgements: A Gaze Contingent Eye Tracking Study.” Poster at: European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Leuven, Belgium, 2019. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/baCRMECVP2019.pdf.
Anderson, Britt, Albulena Shaqiri, Elisabeth Stöttinger, Nazanin Sepahvand, and James Danckert. “Decision Making and Updating Impairments in Right and Left Hemisphere Damaged Patients.” Poster at: International Symposium on ``Biology of Decision Making’’, Paris, France, 2014.
Chen, Sixuan, and Britt Anderson. “Updating Local and Global Probability Events during Maze Navigation.” Harvard Women in Psychology Trends in Psychology Summit [Poster Session], 2021.
Cort, B., and Britt Anderson. “Conditional Probability Effects in Visual Search.” Poster at: Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2012. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/posterbryan.pdf.
Damle, Samruddhi, and Britt Anderson. “Emotion Facilitates Appearance and Perceptual Contrast.” Poster at: Association for Cognitive Science (Goa, India), 2019. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/damle2019.pdf.
———. “Facial Affect Alters Perceived Contrast.” Association for Cognitive Science in India, Goa, 2019.
———. “Facial Affect Alters Perceived Contrast.” Monsoon Brain Society, India, 2020.
Diberardino, Peter. “Probability Matching and Mismatching in Hide and Seek.” Ontario Undergraduate Psychology Thesis Presentations, 2020. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/aoputc2020gifPoster.gif.
Diberardino, Peter, and Britt Anderson. “Probability Matching and Antimatching in Hide-and-Seek.” Cognitive Science Society, 2022.
Di Lollo, Vince, and Britt Anderson. “What Does Attention Explain?” Presentation at: Psychonomic Society, Chicago, Us, 2015.
Domenech, Philippe, Alexandre Filipowicz, Sami Beaumont, Charles Verstraete, Etienne Koechlin, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Anterior Insular Lesion Disrupts Adaptation to Negative Outcomes.” Symposium on Biology of Decision Making, 2023.
Druker, Michael, and Britt Anderson. “Exogenous Cuing Improves Perceptual Performance.” Poster at: Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Fl, 2011. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/vss11.pdf.
Filiopwicz, A., Britt Anderson, and J. Danckert. “The Influence of Task-Irrelvant Spatial Regularities on Sequence Learning.” Poster at: Vision Science Society, 2013. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/filipowicz_vss_poster_2013.pdf.
Filipowicz, A., J. Danckert, E. Koechlin, P. Domenech, and Britt Anderson. “Right Brain Damage Updating Impairments May Be Caused by Inefficient Exploration.” Poster at: The Neuroscience of Decision Making, Montreal, 2016. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/FIlipowicz_NDM_2016.pdf.
Filipowicz, Alex, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Mental Model Updating Depends on the Saliency of Environmental Changes.” Poster at: International Symposium on ``Biology of Decision Making’’, Paris, France, 2014.
Filipowicz, Alex, James Danckert, Etienne Koechlin, Phillipe Domenech, and Britt Anderson. “Updating Impairments after Right Brain Damage Are Due to Inefficient Exploration of Hypothesis Space.” Poster at: Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, ca, 2016. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/FIlipowicz_SFN_2016.
Filipowicz, Alex, Elisabeth Stöttinger, Amy Willms, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Updating Impairments Following Brain Damage: A Problem of Exploration?” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, Ottawa, Canada, 2015. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/Filipowicz_SBDM_2015.pdf.
———. “Updating Impariments Following Right Brain Damage: A Problem of Exploration.” Poster at: Society for the Biology of Decision Making (Sbdm), Paris, France, 2015. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/Filipowicz_SBDM_2015.pdf.
Filipowicz, Alex, Derick Valadao, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Measuring the Influence of Prior Beliefs on Probabilistic Estimations.” Poster at: Cognitive Science Society, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/alexpostercss2014.pdf.
———. “Plinko: A Spatial Probability Task to Measure Learning and Updating.” Poster at: Vision Sciences Society, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/alexvss2014ah.pdf.
Filipowicz, A., E. Stoettinger, J. Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Updating Is More than a Set-Shift.” Poster at: Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2012. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/cns_filipowicz2012.pdf.
Go, Hanbin, and Britt Anderson. “Exploring Ranking Theory as an Alternative Model for Human Uncertainty Representation.” Csbbcs, 2023.
Go, Hanbin, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Mental Model Updating and Eye Movement Metrics.” Poster at: Vision Science Society, St. Pete’s Beach, Fl, Usa, 2019. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/VSS_Go_2019.pdf.
———. “Mental Model Updating and Eye Movement Metrics.” Platform Presentation at: Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Sciences, Waterloo on, Canada, 2019.
Griffin, Sean A, and Britt Anderson. “Spatial Probability Learning, Voluntary Attention and Gaze.” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Sciences, Waterloo on, Canada, 2019.
Haskell, C., and Britt Anderson. “Viewing Time Account of Spatial Cueing and Performance-Based Rewards.” Poster at the Vision Science Society, St. Pete’s Beach, Fl, 2016. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/VSS2016poster_crm.pdf.
Haskell, Christie R. M., and Britt Anderson. “Performance-Based Rewards and the Allocation of Spatial Attention to a Pre-Cue.” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, Ottawa, Canada, 2015. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/HaskellAndersonCSBBCS2015.pdf.
Haskell, Christie Rose Marie, and Britt Anderson. “Attention Improves Precision While Short-Term Memory Load Increases Guessing.” Poster at: Vision Sciences Society, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/crmvss2014-supp-final.pdf.
Haskell, R. M. Christie, and Britt Anderson. “Re-Examining the Sequential-Simultaneous Paradigm: Orientation Judgements and Iconic Memory.” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioural Sciences, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/crmcsbbcs2014supp.pdf.
Jabar, S., and B Anderson. “Spatial Probability Improves Detection, Orientation Probability Improves Precision: Modelling as Neural Gain versus Tuning.” Poster at the Vision Science Society, St. Pete’s Beach, Fl, 2016. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/sj_vss2016_final.pdf.
Jabar, Syaheed, and Britt Anderson. “Influence of Spatial versus Orientation Probability on Perceptual Estimations.” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, Ottawa, Canada, 2015. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/Syaheed_CSBBCS2015_Handout.pdf.
———. “Modelling Probability Effects as Differences in Neuron Tuning.” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/syaheed_csbbcs2014_handout_final.pdf.
———. “Probability Cues Enhance Perceptual Estimations.” Poster at: Vision Sciences Society, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/syaheedvss2014_handout.pdf.
Jabar, Syaheed, Alex Filipowicz, and Britt Anderson. “Knowing Where Is Different from Knowing What. Distinct Response Time Profiles and Accuracy Effects for Target Location, Orientation, and Color Probability.” Poster at: European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Berlin, Germany, 2017. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/sj_ECVP2017.pdf.
Jabar, Syaheed, Alex Filipowicz, and Anderson Britt. “Orienting to Probable Stimuli Affects Early Perception: Modulating the ’c1’ Visual Evoked Potential in an Orientation Estimation Task.” Poster at: Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, ca, 2016. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/sj_sfn2016_final.pdf.
Mohammadi Sephavand, Nazanin, and Britt Anderson. “A Computational Model of Strategy Learning.” Poster at: 28th Center for Visual Science Symposium, 2012.
Park, Sungjoon, and Britt Anderson. “Mental Model Updating and Pupil Response.” Psychonomic Society, 2020.
Sewell, Isabella, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “A Local Bias in Mental Model Updating [Poster Presentation].” Neuroxchange Conference, Mcmaster University, Hamilton, on Canada, 2021. https://nxc2021.ca.
Sewell, Isabella J., James Danckert, and Anderson Britt. “A Local Bias in Mental Model Updating [Poster Presentation].” Annual Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference (Aoputc), 2021. https://science.mcmaster.ca/pnb/news-events/aoputc.html.
Shaqiri, Albulena, and Britt Anderson. “Priming and Attention Cueing in Hemispatial Neglect.” Poster at: 34rd European Conference on Visual Perception, 2011. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/ecvp11.pdf.
———. “Priming and Statistical Learning Act as Cues to Direct Attention.” Poster at: 28th Center for Visual Science Symposium, 2012.
———. “Spatial Probability in Hemispatial Neglect.” Poster at: 33rd European Conference on Visual Perception, 2010.
Stinson, Michela, and Britt Anderson. “Statistical Representations in a Target Search.” Poster at: 42nd Ontario Psychology Undergraduate Thesis Conference, 2012.
Stoettinger, E., J. Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Right Brain Damage Failures of Perceptual Updating in Ambiguous Figures.” Poster at: Vision Science Society, 2013. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/poster_vss_stoettinger_et_al_2013_.pdf.
Stoettinger, E., A. Filipowicz, Britt Anderson, and J. Danckert. “Hemispheric Effects on Strategy Updating.” Poster at: Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2012. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/cns_stoettinger.pdf.
Stoettinger, Elisabeth, Nazanin Mohammadi Sepahavand, Nadine Quehl, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Normative Data for Forty, Morphing, Line Drawn Picture Sets.” Poster at: Vision Sciences Society, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/elisvss2014.pdf.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Alex Filipowicz, Derick Valadao, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Neural Correlates of Updating Mental Models in a Picture Morphing Task.” Poster at: Canadian Society for Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 2014. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/stoettinger_et_al_2014_csbbcs_handout.pdf.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Carolyn Guay, James Danckert, and Britt Anderson. “Updating Impairment in Right Brain Damaged Patients Is Due to a Failure to Generate New Hypotheses.” Poster at: Tagung Der Österreichischen Gesellschaft Für Psychologie, 2018.
Stöttinger, Elisabeth, Eva Rafetseder, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Right Hemisphere Involvement in Updating and Theory of Mind.” Canada-Israel Symposium on Brain Plasticity, Learning, and Education; London Ontario, Canada, 2013. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/poster_london_stoettinger_et_al_2013_pdf.pdf.
Stöttinger, E., E. Rafetseder, B. Anderson, and J. Danckert. “The Picture Morphing Task - an Efficient and Quick Means to Measure Updating.” Poster at the Vision Science Society, St. Pete’s Beach, Fl, 2016. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/VSS_Stoettinger%20et%20al%20(2016).pdf.
Striemer, Chris, Brandon Craig, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Cerebellar Contributions to Reflexive and Voluntary Covert Visual Attention: Preliminary Findings.” Poster at: Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, ca, 2017. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/striemerCraigAndersonDanckert.pptx.
Striemer, Christopher L., Chella Robles, Britt Anderson, and Sean Dukelow. “Assessment and Recovery of Visually Guided Reaching Following Cerebellar Stroke.” Vss, 2023.
Striemer, C. L., C. M. Robles, Britt Anderson, and S. Dukelow. “Assessment and Recovery of Visually Guided Reaching Following Cerebellar Stroke.” Vision Sciences Society, 2023.
Tkaczyk, Amanda, Cecilia Meza, Marc Hurwitz, Britt Anderson, and James Danckert. “Updating Temporal Representations.” Poster at: Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Fl, 2011.
Valadao, D., Britt Anderson, and J. Danckert. “Examining the Neural Correlates of Updating Mental Representations.” Poster at: Vision Science Society, 2013. https://brittlab.uwaterloo.ca/assets/conferences/valadao_vss_2013_online.pdf.
———. “Paradoxical Influences of Working Memory on Building and Updating Mental Models.” Poster at: Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2012.
Verbitsky, Ryan, Britt Anderson, James Danckert, Sean Dukelow, and Striemer Christopher L. “Left Cerebellar Lesions May Be Associated with an Increase in Spatial Neglect-like Symptoms.” Csbbcs, 2023.
Verbitsky, Ryan, Britt Anderson, James Danckert, Sean Dukelow, and Christopher Striemer. “Examining the Role of the Cerebellum in Visuospatial Attention: Can Cerebellar Lesions Lead to Symptoms of Spatial Neglect?” Macewan Student Research Day, 2022.
Whyte, Christopher, Brandon Munn, Gabriel Wainstein, Kaylena Ehgoetz Martens, Eli Müller, Vicente Medel, Britt Anderson, Elisabeth Stöttinger, James Danckert, and James Shine. “Noradrenergic Modulation of Whole Brain Energy Landscape Mediates Perceptual Switches.” Cosyne, 2023.

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