Emily D. Grossman

Associate Professor, Cognitive Sciences
School of Social Sciences

Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, 2002, Psychology


A.B., Miami University, 1997, Psychology


A.B., Miami University, 1997, Mathematics and Statistics

Phone: (949) 824-1530
Fax: (949) 824-2307
Email: grossman@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
SBSG 2558
Mail Code: 5100
Irvine, CA 92697


Research
Interests
neural basis of visual perception, biological motion perception
   
URL www.socsci.uci.edu/~vpnl/
   
Publications Grossman, E.D., Jardine, N.A. & Pyles, J.A. (2010) fMRI-adaptation reveals invariant coding for biological motion on the human STS. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4(15), p. 1-18. DOI: 10.3389/neuro.09.015.2010.
   
  Garcia, J.O. & Grossman, E.D. (2009) Motion opponency and transparency in the human middle temporal area (hMT). European Journal of Neuroscience, 30(6), 1172-1182.
   
  Pyles, J.A. & Grossman, E.D. (2009) Neural adaptation for novel objects during dynamic articulation. Neuropsychologia, 47(5), 1261-1268.
   
  Chen, Y., Grossman E., Yurgen-Todd, D., Bidwell, C. Gruper, S., Levy, D., Matthysse, S., Nakayama, K., & Holzman, P. (2008) Differential activation patterns in occipital and prefrontal cortices during motion processing: Evidence from normal and schizophrenic brains. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience, 8(3) 293-303.
   
  Bedney, M., Caramazza, A., Grossman, E., Pascual-Leone, A. & Saxe, R. (2008) Concepts are not “webs of sensation”: Evidence from motion and non-motion words. Journal of Neuroscience, 28(44), 11347-1353.
   
  Garcia, J.O. & Grossman, E.D. (2008) Necessary but not sufficient: Motion perception is necessary for biological motion. Vision Research, 48(9), 1144-1149.

Thurman, S.M. & Grossman, E.D. (2008) Temporal "Bubbles" reveal key features for point-light biological motion perception. Journal of Vision, 8(3), 1-11.

Pyles, J. A., Garcia, J. O., Hoffman, D. D. & Grossman, E. D. (2007) Visual perception and neural correlates of novel “biological motion”. Vision Research, 47(21), 2786-2797.

Grossman, E. D., Battelli, L. & Pascual-Leone, A. (2005) Repetitive TMS over posterior STS disrupts perception of biological motion. Vision Research, 45 (22), 2847-2853.

Grossman, E.D., Blake, R & Kim, C-Y. (2004) Learning to see biological motion: Brain activity parallels behavior. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(9), 1669-1679.

Grossman, E. & Blake, R. (2002) Brain Areas Active during Visual Perception of Biological Motion. Neuron, 35(6), 1157-1165.

Tadin, D., Lappin, J.S., Blake, R. & Grossman E.D. (2002) What constitutes an efficient reference frame for vision? Nature Neuroscience, 5(10), 1010-1015.

Grossman, E.D. & Blake, R. (2001) Brain activity evoked by inverted and imagined biological motion. Vision Research, 41(10-11), 1475-1482.

Grossman, E.D., Donnelly, M., Price, P., Morgan, V., Pickens, D., Neighbor, G. & Blake, R. (2000) Brain areas involved in perception of biological motion. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 12(5), 711-720.

Grossman, E.D. & Blake, R. (1999) Perception of coherent motion, biological motion and form-from-motion under dim-light conditions. Vision Research, 9(22), 3721-3727.
   
Grant 2008-2013 “CAREER: Perceptual and Neural Analysis of Biological Motion”, National Science Foundation; Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences.
   
Professional
Societies
Vision Sciences Society
Society for Neuroscience
   
Other Experience Postdoctoral Researcher
Harvard University 2002—2004

Research Center Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
   
   
Link to this profile http://www.faculty.uci.edu/profile.cfm?faculty_id=5119
   
Last updated 02/25/2011