Publications

  • Anderson, B.B., Vance, A., Kirwan, C.B., Jenkins, J.L., Eargle, D (In Press). From Warning to Wallpaper: Why the Brain Habituates to Security Warnings. Journal of Management Information Systems
  • Anderson, M.L., James, J.R., & Kirwan, C.B. (In Press). An Event-related Potential Investigation of Pattern Separation and Pattern Completion Processes. Cognitive Neuroscience.
  • Jenkins, J., Anderson, B.B., Vance, A., Kirwan, C.B. & Eargle, D. (In Press). More Harm than Good? How Messages that Interrupt Can Make Us Vulnerable. Information Systems Research.
  • Vance, A., Anderson, B.B., Kirwan, C.B., & Eargle, D., Jenkins, J. (In Press). How Users Perceive and Respond to Security Messages: A NeuroIS Research Agenda and Empirical Study. European Journal of Information Systems.
  • Larson, M.J., Clayson, P.E., Kirwan, C.B., & Weissman, D.H. (2016). Event-related Potential (ERP) Indices of Congruency Sequence Effects without Feature Integration. Psychophysiology. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12625
  • Top, D.N, Stephenson, K., South, M.D., Doxey, C.R., & Kirwan, C.B. (2016). Atypical amygdala response to fear conditioning in autism spectrum disorder. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. doi: 10.1016/j.bpsc.2016.01.008
  • Masterson, T.D., Kirwan, C.B., Davidson, L.E., & LeCheminant, J.D. (2016) Neural reactivity to visual food stimuli is reduced in some areas of the brain during evening hours compared to morning: an fMRI study in women. Brain Imaging and Behavior. 10:68-78. doi: 10.1007/s11682-015-9366-8
  • Anderson, B.B., Kirwan, C.B., Eargle, D., Jensen, S., Vance, A. (In press). Neural Correlates of Gender Differences and Color in Distinguishing Security Warnings and Legitimate Websites: A Neurosecurity Study. Journal of Cybersecurity. 
  • South, M., Nielson, C.A., Stephenson, K.G., Maisel, M.E., Top, D.N., & Kirwan, C.B. (2015). Overactive Pattern Separation Memory Associated With Negative Emotionality in Adults Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. doi: 10.1007/s10803-015-2547-x
  • Jensen, C.D., Duracci Kirwan, C.B. (2015). Topical Review: Unique Contributions of Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Pediatric Psychology Research. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. doi: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsv065
  • Doxey, C.R. & Kirwan, C.B. (2015). Structural and Functional Correlates of Behavioral Pattern Separation in the Hippocampus and Medial Temporal Lobe. Hippocampus. doi: 10.1002/hipo.22389
  • Masterson, T.D., Kirwan, C.B., Davidson, L.E., & LeCheminant, J.D. (2015) Neural reactivity to visual food stimuli is reduced in some areas of the brain during evening hours compared to morning: an fMRI study in women. Brain Imaging and Behavior. doi: 10.1007/s11682-015-9366-8
  • Jensen, C.D. & Kirwan, C.B. (2015). Functional Brain Response to Food Images in Successful Adolescent Weight Losers Compared to Normal Weight and Overweight Controls. Obesity. doi: 10.1002/oby.21004 
  • Flom, R., Janis, R.B., Garcia, D.J. & Kirwan, C.B. (2014). The Effects of Exposure to Dynamic Expressions of Affect on 5-Month-olds’ Memory. Infant Behavior and Development. 37(4):752-759. doi: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2014.09.006
  • Vance, A. Anderson, B., Kirwan, C.B., & Eargle, D. (2014). Using Measures of Risk Perception to Predict Information Security Behavior: Insights from Electroencephalography (EEG). Journal of the Association for Information Systems. 15(10):679-722. link
  • Kirwan, C.B., Ashby, S.R., & Nash, M.I. (2014). Remembering and Imagining Differentially Engage the Hippocampus: A Multivariate fMRI Investigation. Cognitive Neuroscience. 5(3-4):1-9. doi: 10.1080/17588928.2014.933203
  • Smith, C.N., Jeneson, A., Frascino, J.C., Kirwan, C. B., Hopkins, R.O., & Squire, L.R. (2014). When recognition memory is independent of hippocampal function. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1409878111
  • Levan, A., Baxter, L., Kirwan, C.B., Black, G., & Gale, S.D. (2014). Right frontal pole cortical thickness and social competence in children with chronic traumatic brain injury: Cognitive proficiency as a mediator. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. doi: 10.1097/HTR.0000000000000040
  • Shelton, D.J., & Kirwan C.B. (2013). A possible negative influence of depression on the ability to overcome memory interference. Behavioural Brain Research, 256(0), 20-26.[DOI]
  • South, M., Chamberlain, P.D., Wigham, S., Newton, T., Gray, L., Freeston, M., Parr, J., McConachie, H., Le Couter, A., Kirwan, C.B., & Rogers, J. (2013). Enhanced decision making and risk avoidance in young people with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder. Neuropsychology. No Pagination Specified. doi: 10.1037/neu0000016
  • Holden, H.M., Toner, C., Pirogovsky, E., Kirwan, C.B., & Gilbert, P.E (2013). Visual object pattern separation varies in older adults. Learning and Memory. 20:348-351. [DOI] [PMC]
  • Larson, M.J., Gray, A.C., Clayson, P.E., Jones, R., & Kirwan, C.B. (2013). What are the influences of orthogonally-manipulated valence and arousal on performance monitoring processes? The effects of affective state. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 87(3):327-339. 
  • Motley, S.E. & Kirwan, C.B. (2012). A parametric investivation of pattern separation processes in the medial temporal lobe. Journal of Neuroscience. 32(28):13076-13084.
  • Kirwan, C.B., Hartshorn, J.A., Stark, S.M., Goodrich-Hunsaker, N.J., Hopkins, R.O., & Stark, C.E.L. (2012). Pattern separation deficits following damage to the hippocampus. Neuropsychologia. 50:2408-2414.
  • Jeneson, A., Kirwan, C.B., & Squire, L.R. (2010). Recognition without awareness: An elusive phenomenon. Learning and Memory. 17:454:459.
  • Kirwan, C.B., Wixted, J.T., & Squire, L.R. (2010).  A demonstration that the hippocampus supports both recollection and familiarity.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107(1):344-348.
  • Jeneson, A., Kirwan, C.B., Hopkins, R.O., Wixted, J.T., & Squire, L.R. (2010).  Recognition memory and the hippocampus: A test of the hippocampal contribution to recollection and familiarity.  Learning and Memory. 17:852-859.
  • Kirwan, C.B., Shrager, Y, & Squire, L.R. (2009). Medial temporal lobe activity can distinguish between old and new stimuli independently of overt behavioral choice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 106(34): 14617- 14621.
  • Toner, C.K., Pirogovsky, E., Kirwan, C.B., & Gilbert, P.E. (2009). Visual object pattern separation deficits in nondemented older adults. Learning and Memory. 16:338-342.
  • Kirwan, C.B., Wixted, J.T., & Squire, L.R., (2008). Activity in the medial temporal lobe predicts memory strength, whereas activity in the prefrontal cortex predicts recollection. Journal of Neuroscience. 28(42):10541-10548
  • Shrager, Y., Kirwan, C.B., & Squire, L.R. (2008). Activity in both hippocampus and perirhinal cortex predicts the memory strength of subsequently remembered information. Neuron, 59(4):547-553.
  • Shrager, Y., Kirwan, C.B., & Squire, L.R. (2008). Neural basis of the cognitive map: path integration does not require hippocampus or entorhinal cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105(33):12034-12038.
  • Bakker, A., Kirwan, C.B., Miller, M.I., & Stark, C.E.L. (2008). Pattern Separation in the human hippocampal CA3 and dentate gyrus subfields. Science. 319(5870):1640-1642.
  • Kirwan, C.B., Galvan, V.V., Bayley, P.B., & Squire, L.R. (2008). Detailed Recollection of Remote Autobiographical Memory After Damage to the Medial Temporal Lobe. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105(7):2676-2680.
  • Kirwan, C.B., Jones, C.K., Miller, M.I., & Stark, C.E.L. (2007). High-Resolution fMRI Investigation of the Medial Temporal Lobe. Human Brain Mapping 28(10):959-966.
  • Kirwan, C.B., & Stark, C.E.L. (2007). Overcoming interference: An fMRI investigation of pattern separation in the medial temporal lobe. Learning and Memory 14(9):625-633.
  • Kirwan, C.B., Gilbert, P.E., & Kesner, R.P. (2005). The role of the hippocampus in spatial location retrieval. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 83(1):65-71.
  • Kirwan, C.B., & Stark, C.E.L. (2004). Medial temporal lobe activation during encoding and retrieval of novel face-name pairs. Hippocampus 14(7):919-930.
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