Stefan Uddenberg

Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University

Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University.


Journal Articles

Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. J. (in press).  TeleFace: Serial reproduction of faces reveals a Whiteward bias in race memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 147, 1466-1487.  [Full text]

*Ongchoco, J. D. K., *Uddenberg, S., & Chun, M. M. (2016).  Statistical learning of movement.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23, 1913-1919.  *These authors contributed equally to this work.  [Full text]

van Buren, B., Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. J. (2016).  The automaticity of perceiving animacy: Goal-directed motion in simple shapes influences visuomotor behavior even when task-irrelevant.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 23, 797-802.  [Full text]

Uddenberg, S., & Shim, W. M. (2015).  Seeing the world through target-tinted glasses: Positive mood broadens perceptual tuning.  Emotion15, 319-328.  [Full text]

MANUSCRIPTS

Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. J. (under review).  Angrier = Blacker?: The influence of emotional expression on the representation of race in faces, measured with serial reproduction. 

Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. J. (under review).  Ten angry men: Serial reproduction reveals that angry faces are represented as more masculine.  

Uddenberg, S., Newman, G. E., & Scholl, B. J. (under revision).  Perceptual averaging in visual communication: Ensemble representations in the perception of scientific data in graphs.

Guerin, S. A., Uddenberg, S., Johnson, M. K., & Chun, M. M. (under revision).  Decoding temporal structure reveals temporal reinstatement during remembering. 

Guerin, S. A., Uddenberg, S., Johnson, M. K., & Chun, M. M. (under revision).  Decoding the temporal structure of perception and reflection.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. (2018).  Ten angry men:  Serial reproduction of faces reveals that angry faces are represented as more masculine. Poster presented at the 18th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/20/18, St. Pete Beach, FL. [Abstract]

Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. (2017).  Angrier = Blacker?: The influence of emotional expression on the representation of race in faces, measured with serial reproduction.  Talk given at the 17th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/23/17, St. Pete Beach, FL.  [Abstract]

Uddenberg, S., Newman, G., & Scholl, B. (2016).  Perceptual averaging of scientific data: Implications of ensemble representations for the perception of patterns in graphs.  Poster presented at the 16th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/16/16, St. Pete Beach, FL.  [Abstract]

Ongchoco, J. D. K., Uddenberg, S., & Chun, M. M. (2016).  Statistical learning of movement.  Poster presented at the 16th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/16/16, St. Pete Beach, FL.  [Abstract]

Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. (2015).  Revealing mental defaults in face space with serial reproduction.  Poster presented at the 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/19/15, St. Pete Beach, FL.  [Abstract]

Familiar, A., Uddenberg, S., & Shim, W. M. (2015).  Positive affect reduces visual crowding.  Poster presented at the 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/17/15, St. Pete Beach, FL.  [Abstract]

Guerin, S., Uddenberg, S., Johnson, M., & Chun, M. M. (2015).  Decoding the temporal structure of perception and reflection.  Poster presented at the 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/18/15, St. Pete Beach, FL.   [Abstract]

van Buren, B., Uddenberg, S., & Scholl, B. (2015).  The automaticity of perceiving animacy: Seeing goal-directed motion in simple shapes influences visuomotor behavior even when task-irrelevant.  Poster presented at the 15th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/19/15, St. Pete Beach, FL.  [Abstract]

Shim, W.M., Uddenberg, S., & Lee, Y. S. (2013).  Changing pitch modulates motion-direction information in V1.  Talk given at the 13th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/12/13, Naples, FL.  [Abstract]

Uddenberg, S., & Shim, W. M. (2012).  The influence of emotion on feature-based attention: positive emotion broadens perceptual tuning curves.  Poster presented at the 12th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, 5/11/12, Naples, FL.  [Abstract]