Aleksandra Sherman
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What is art good for? The socio-epistemic value of art
A Sherman, C Morrissey
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 411, 2017
In the working memory of the beholder: Art appreciation is enhanced when visual complexity is compatible with working memory.
A Sherman, M Grabowecky, S Suzuki
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (4), 898, 2015
Laughter exaggerates happy and sad faces depending on visual context
A Sherman, TD Sweeny, M Grabowecky, S Suzuki
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19, 163-169, 2012
Pattern classification of EEG signals reveals perceptual and attentional states
A List, MD Rosenberg, A Sherman, M Esterman
PloS one 12 (4), e0176349, 2017
The role of stereopsis, motion parallax, perspective and angle polarity in perceiving 3-D shape
A Sherman, TV Papathomas, A Jain, BP Keane
Seeing and perceiving 25 (3-4), 263-285, 2012
Auditory rhythms are systemically associated with spatial-frequency and density information in visual scenes
A Sherman, M Grabowecky, S Suzuki
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20, 740-746, 2013
Culturally inclusive STEM education
AJ Zellmer, A Sherman
Science 358 (6361), 312-313, 2017
Motion induced pitch: A case of visual-auditory synesthesia
C Noble, J Mossbridge, L Iordanescu, A Sherman, A List, M Grabowecky, ...
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 872-872, 2010
Response to: Commentary: What Is Art Good For? The Socio-Epistemic Value of Art
A Sherman, C Morrissey
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 237, 2018
On the same wavelength: interpersonal alpha synchronization improves visual-motor coordination
A Sherman, D Brang, C Noble, M Grabowecky, W Horton, VL Towle, ...
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 300-300, 2014
Auditory Rhythms Influence Three Distinct Levels of Visual processing: Visual Impression, Active Vision, and Visual Coordination
A Sherman
Northwestern University, 2014
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