Publications | Presentations

Publications
Isham, E. A., Wulf, K. A., Mejia, C., Krisst, L. C. (2017). Deliberation period during easy and difficult decisions: Re-examining Libet’s “veto” window in a more ecologically valid framework. Neuroscience of Consciousness.

Allen, A. K., Krisst, L.C., Montemayor, C. & Morsella, E. (2016). Entry of Involuntary Conscious Contents from Ambiguous Images: Implications for Ironic Processing. Psychology of Consciousness.

Krisst, L. C., Montemayor, C., & Morsella, E. (2015). Deconstructing voluntary action: Unconscious and conscious component processes. In P. Haggard & B. Eitam (Eds.), The Sense of Agency. New York: Oxford University Press.

Poster Presentations
Allen, A. K., Krisst, L. C., Montemayor, C. & Morsella, E. (2016) Entry of Involuntary Conscious Contents from Ambiguous Images. Poster presented at the Northern California Consciousness Conference, UC Davis.

Mejia, C., Wulf, K.A., Krisst, L. C. & Isham, E. A. (2016). Does the conscious moment of will (Libet’s“W”) have a function during complex decision making? Poster presented at the Northern California Consciousness Conference, UC Davis.

Krisst, L. C., Chen, P-W., Morsella, E., & Geisler, M. (2014). Revisiting Libet’s paradigm: Decision time and the influence of automaticity on time perception. Poster presented at the Northern California Consciousness Conference, UC Davis.

Krisst, L. C., Allen, A. K., Lanska, M., & Morsella, E. (2013). Subliminal priming of spontaneously experienced memories. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, San Diego.
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Krisst, L. C., Robinson, M. M., & Morsella, E. (2013). Revisiting Libet’s studies: Effect of volition on time perception and response interference. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Society for Cognitive Neuroscience, San Francisco.
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Krisst, L. C., & Morsella, E. (2012). Introspections about visual sensory memory during the classic Sperling iconic memory task. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago.
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