Polina M. Vanyukov, Ph.D.

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Psycholinguistics, sentence processing
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Tessa Warren grad student 2013 University of Pittsburgh
 (Cognitive control of eye movements in reading and visual search: Evidence from frequency-based effects.)
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Szanto K, Bruine de Bruin W, Parker AM, et al. (2015) Decision-making competence and attempted suicide. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 76: e1590-7
Vanyukov PM, Szanto K, Hallquist MN, et al. (2015) Paralimbic and lateral prefrontal encoding of reward value during intertemporal choice in attempted suicide. Psychological Medicine. 1-11
Vanyukov PM, Szanto K, Siegle GJ, et al. (2015) Impulsive Traits and Unplanned Suicide Attempts Predict Exaggerated Prefrontal Response to Angry Faces in the Elderly. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry : Official Journal of the American Association For Geriatric Psychiatry. 23: 829-39
Szanto K, Clark L, Hallquist M, et al. (2014) The cost of social punishment and high-lethality suicide attempts in the second half of life. Psychology and Aging. 29: 84-94
Vanyukov PM, Warren T, Wheeler ME, et al. (2012) The emergence of frequency effects in eye movements. Cognition. 123: 185-9
Reichle ED, Vanyukov PM, Laurent PA, et al. (2008) Serial or parallel? Using depth-of-processing to examine attention allocation during reading. Vision Research. 48: 1831-6
Gonzalez C, Thomas RP, Vanyukov P. (2005) The relationships between cognitive ability and dynamic decision making Intelligence. 33: 169-186
Gonzalez C, Vanyukov P, Martin MK. (2005) The use of microworlds to study dynamic decision making Computers in Human Behavior. 21: 273-286
Reder LM, Weber K, Shang J, et al. (2003) The adaptive character of the attentional system: statistical sensitivity in a target localization task. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 29: 631-49
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