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Publications


Larson, A.S., Fox Tree, J.E. (in prep). Moving together: Implications for nonhuman agents.


Larson, A.S., Fox Tree, J.E. (in review). Framing, more than speech, affects how machine agents are perceived.


Hammond, A.A., D'Arcey, J.T., Larson, A.S., Fox Tree, J.E. (in review). The Sarchasm: Sarcasm Production and Identification in Spontaneous Conversation.


Rahnev, D., Nee, D.E., Riddle, J., Larson, A.S., D'Esposito, M. (2016). Causal evidence for frontal cortex organization for perceptual decision making. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113(21), 6059-6064.




Presentations


Larson, A.S., Fox Tree, J.E. (2019, November). Believing a Robot is a Human Improves Impression Formation. Poster presented by Larson at the Psychonomic Society's 60th Annual Meeting. Montreal, Qu├ębec, Canada.


Larson, A.S. (2019, April). Do the robot! Keeping the beat with humans and machines. Graduate Research Symposium 2019 talk. Santa Cruz, California USA.


Hammond, A.A., D'Arcey, J.T., Larson, A.S., Fox Tree, J.E. (2017, November). The more sarcastic you are, the more sarcastic you think others are. Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society's 58th Annual Meeting. Vancouver, B.C., Canada.


Larson, A., Collins, J., Davidenko, N. (2015, July). "No way!": Similar contribution of visual and auditory cues to sarcasm comprehension. Poster presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Pasadena, California USA.


Rahnev, D., Larson, A., D'Esposito, M. (2015, February). Prefrontal cortex and perception: A TMS-fMRI study. Poster presented at the 26th Annual Bay Area Vision Research Day. Berkeley, California USA.


Rahnev, D., Larson, A., D'Esposito, M. (2014, April). Distinguishing three prefrontal processes in perceptual decision-making: A TMS-fMRI study. Poster. Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS)


Rahnev, D., Larson, A., D'Esposito, M. (2013, November). Causal mapping of lateral prefrontal regions to separate stages of perceptual decision-making. Nano-symposium talk. Society for Neuroscience (SfN).










Academic Advisor:  Jean E. Fox Tree

UCSC Lab:  Spontaneous Communication Laboratory