publications

2018

Schneider, B., Heskje, J., Bruss, J., Tranel, D., & Belfi, A. M. (2018). The left temporal pole is a convergence region mediating the relation between names and semantic knowledge for unique entities: Further evidence from a “recognition-from-name” study in neurological patients. Cortex, 109, 14-24.

Belfi, A. M., Kasdan, A., Rowland, J., Vessel, E. A., Starr, G. G., & Poeppel, D. (2018). Rapid timing of musical aesthetic judgmentsJournal of Experimental Psychology: General, 147, 1531-1543.

2017

Belfi, A. M., Kasdan, A., & Tranel, D. (2017). Anomia for musical entities. Aphasiology. Online ahead of print.

Belfi, A. M., Vessel, E. A., & Starr, G. G. (2017). Individual ratings of vividness predict aesthetic appeal in poetry.  Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 12, 341-350.

Belfi, A.M., Evans, E., Heskje, J., Bruss, J., & Tranel, D. (2017). Musical anhedonia after focal brain damage. Neuropsychologia, 97, 29-37.

2016

Belfi, A.M., Bruss, J., Karlan, B., Abel, T. J., & Tranel, D. (2016). Neural correlates of recognition and naming of musical instrumentsNeuropsychology, 30, 860-868.

Belfi, A. M., Chen, K-H, Schneider, B., & Tranel. D. (2016). Neurological damage disrupts normal sex differences in psychophysiological responses to music. Psychophysiology, 53, 14-20.

Abel, T. J., Manzel, K., Bruss, J., Belfi, A. M., Howard, M. A. III., & Tranel, D. (2016). The cognitive and behavioral effects of meningioma lesions involving ventromedial prefrontal cortexJournal of Neurosurgery, 124, 1568-1577.

Belfi, A. M., Karlan, B., & Tranel, D. (2016). Music evokes vivid autobiographical memoriesMemory, 24, 979-989. 

2015 and earlier

Belfi, A. M., Koscik, T. R., & Tranel, D. (2015). Damage to the insula is associated with abnormal interpersonal trust. Neuropsychologia, 71, 165-172.

Belfi, A. M. & Tranel, D. (2014). Impaired naming of famous musical melodies is associated with left temporal polar damage. Neuropsychology, 28, 429-435.

Belfi, A. M., Conrad, A. L., Dawson, J., & Nopoulos, P. (2014). Masculinity/Femininity predicts brain volumes in normal healthy children. Developmental Neuropsychology, 39, 25-36.

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