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Stephan-Otto, Christian; Siddi, Sara; Senior, Carl; Cuevas-Esteban, Jorge; Cambra-Martí, Maria Rosa; Ochoa, Susana and Brébion, Gildas (2017). Remembering verbally-presented items as pictures:brain activity underlying visual mental images in schizophrenia patients with visual hallucinations. Cortex, 94 , pp. 113-122.

Núñez, Christian; Theofanopoulou, Constantina; Senior, Carl; Cambra, Maria Rosa; Usall, Judith; Stephan-Otto, Christian and Brébion, Gildas (2017). A large-scale study on the effects of sex on gray matter asymmetry. Brain Structure and Function, in pre ,

Taylor, Lawrence J.; Evans, Carys; Greer, Joanna; Senior, Carl; Coventry, Kenny R. and Letswaart, Magdalena (2017). Dissociation between semantic representations for motion and action verbs:evidence from patients with left hemisphere lesions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11 ,

Braeutigam, Sven; Lee, Nick and Senior, Carl (2017). A role for endogenous brain states in organizational research:moving toward a dynamic view of cognitive processes. Organizational Research Methods, Early ,

Butler, Michael J.R.; Lee, Nick and Senior, Carl (2016). Organisational cognitive neuroscience drives theoretical progress, or: the curious case of the straw man murder. Human Relations, Accept , (In Press)

Butler, Michael J.R.; O'Broin, Holly L.R.; Lee, Nick and Senior, Carl (2016). How organizational cognitive neuroscience can deepen understanding of managerial decision-making:a review of the recent literature and future directions. International Journal of Management Reviews, 18 (4), 542–559.

Stephan-Otto, Christian; Siddi, Sara; Cuevas Esteban, Jorge; Senior, Carl; García-Álvarez, Roberto; Cambra-Martí, Maria Rosa; Usall, Judith and Brébion, Gildas (2016). Neural activity during object perception in schizophrenia patients is associated with illness duration and affective symptoms. Schizophrenia Research, 175 (1-3), pp. 27-34.

Senior, Carl and Howard, Chris (2015). The state of the art in student engagement. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 ,

Gill, Baljit; Hayes, Sarah and Senior, Carl (2015). The effects of family support and gender on mature student engagement in higher education. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 ,

Senior, Carl; Reddy, Peter and Senior, Rowena (2014). The relationship between student employability and student engagement:working toward a more unified theory. Frontiers in Psychology, 5 (March),

Senior, Carl; Howard, Christopher; Reddy, Peter; Clark, Robin and Lim, Ming (2012). The relationship between student-centred lectures, emotional intelligence, and study teams:a social telemetry study with mobile telephony. Studies in Higher Education, 37 (8), pp. 957-970.

Lee, Nick; Senior, Carl and Butler, Michael (2012). The domain of organizational cognitive neuroscience:theoretical and empirical challenges. Journal of Management, 38 (4), pp. 921-931.

Lee, Nick; Senior, Carl and Butler, Michael (2012). Leadership research and cognitive neuroscience:the state of this union. Leadership Quarterly, 23 (2), pp. 213-218.

Foley, Elaine; Rippon, Gina; Thai, Ngoc J.; Longe, Olivia A. and Senior, Carl (2012). Dynamic facial expressions evoke distinct activation in the face perception network:a connectivity analysis study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24 (2), pp. 507-520.

Senior, Carl; Martin, Robin; West, Michael and Yeats, Rowena M. (2011). How earlobes can signify leadership potential. Harvard Business Review, 89 (11),

Tissington, Patrick and Senior, Carl (2011). Social networks:a learning tool for teams? British Journal of Educational Technology, 42 (5), E89-E90.

Lee, Nick; Butler, Michael J.R. and Senior, Carl (2010). The brain in business:neuromarketing and organisational cognitive neuroscience. Der Markt, 49 (3-4), pp. 129-131.

Rippon, Gina and Senior, Carl (2010). Neuroscience has no role in national security. American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience, 1 (2), pp. 37-38.

Senior, Carl and Cubbidge, Robert (2010). Enhancing employability in the "ME generation". Education and Training, 52 (6-7), pp. 445-449.

Yeats, Rowena; Reddy, Peter; Wheeler, Anne; Senior, Carl and Murray, John (2010). What difference a writing centre makes:a small scale study. Education and Training, 52 (6-7), pp. 499-507.

Lee, Nick; Senior, Carl; Butler, Michael and Fuchs, Ricardo (2009). The feasibility of neuroimaging methods in marketing research. Nature Precedings, online ,

Senior, Carl (2008). The persuasive power of brain scan images. American Journal of Bioethics, 8 (12), pp. 60-61.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Senior, Carl; Peel, Elizabeth A.; Cooke, Richard and Donnelly, Louise S. (2008). Ethical issues in neuroimaging health research:an IPA study with research participants. Journal of Health Psychology, 13 (8), pp. 1051-1059.

Senior, Carl and Lee, Nick J. (2008). A manifesto for neuromarketing science. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 7 (4-5), pp. 263-271.

Senior, Carl; Butler, Michael and Lee, Nick (2008). Fear and loathing in the work place. American Journal of Bioethics, 8 (5), pp. 20-21.

Senior, Carl and Rippon, Gina (2007). Cognitive neuroscience:contributions from psychophysiology. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 63 (2), pp. 135-137.

Senior, Carl; Lau, Ann and Butler, Michael J.R. (2007). The effects of the menstrual cycle on social decision making. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 63 (2), pp. 186-191.

Cooke, Richard; Peel, Elizabeth; Shaw, Rachel L. and Senior, Carl (2007). The neuroimaging research process from the participants' perspective. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 63 (2), pp. 152-158.

Senior, Carl and Reddy, Peter A. (2007). The academic conference evolves: the fMRI experience. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 6 (2), pp. 150-153.

Senior, Carl (2003). Beauty in the brain of the beholder. Neuron, 38 (4), pp. 525-528.

Senior, Carl (2001). Changing faces. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5 (1), p. 5.

Senior, Carl and Russell, Tamara (2000). Cognitive neuroscience for the 21st Century. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 4 (12), pp. 444-445.

Fu, Cynthia H.Y.; Senior, Carl; Russell, Tamara; Blackmore, Sarah-Jayne and Calvert, Gemma (2000). Essential ingredients of imaging: The fMRI Experience II, 11–12 May 2000, Weston Education Centre, Kings College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London, UK. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 4 (8), pp. 296-297.

Barnes, J.; Howard, R.; Senior, Carl; Brammer, M.J.; Bullmore, E.T.; Simmons, A. and David, A.S. (1999). The functional anatomy of the McCollough contingent colour after-effect. NeuroReport, 10 (1), pp. 195-199.

Senior, Carl; Jenkins, R.; Barnes, J.; Landau, S.; Phillips, M.L. and David, A.S. (1999). Attribution of social dominance and maleness to schematic faces. Social behavior and personality, 27 (4), pp. 331-338.

Sierra, Mauricio; Senior, Carl; Dalton, Jeffrey; McDonough, Michael; Bond, Alison; Phillips, Mary L.; O'Dwyer, Anne M. and David, Anthony S. Autonomic response in depersonalisation disorder. Archives of General Psychiatry, 59 (9), pp. 833-838.

Sierra, Mauricio; Senior, Carl; Phillips, Mary L. and David, Anthony S. Autonomic response in the perception of disgust and happiness in depersonalization disorder. Psychiatry Research : Neuroimaging, 145 (2-3), pp. 225-231.

Maratos, Frances A.; Mogg, Karin; Bradley, Brendan P.; Rippon, Gina and Senior, Carl Coarse threat images reveal theta oscillations in the amygdala: a magnetoencephalography study. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience, 9 (2), pp. 133-143.

Senior, Carl and Foley, Elaine Cognitive neuroscience and (very) high level vision. Optician, 6036 (231), pp. 16-18.

Barnes, J.; Howard, R.; Senior, Carl; Brammer, M.J.; Bullmore, E.T.; Simmons, A.; Woodruff, P.W.R. and David, A.S. Cortical activity during rotational and linear transformations. Neuropsychologia, 38 (8), pp. 1148-1156.

Butler, Michael J.R.; Lee, Nick and Senior, Carl Critical essay:organizational cognitive neuroscience drives theoretical progress, or: The curious case of the straw man murder. Human Relations, 70 (10), pp. 1171-1190.

Senior, Carl; Martin, Robin; Thomas, Geoff; Topakas, Anna; West, Michael and Yeats, Rowena M. Developmental stability and leadership effectiveness. Leadership Quarterly, 23 (2), pp. 281-291.

Maratos, Frances A.; Senior, Carl; Mogg, Karin; Bradley, Brendan P. and Rippon, Georgina Early gamma-band activity as a function of threat processing in the extrastriate visual cortex. Cognitive Neuroscience, 3 (1), pp. 62-68.

Parson, Vanessa; Reddy, Peter; Wood, Jon and Senior, Carl Educating the iPod generation:undergraduate attitudes, experiences and knowledge of vodcast and podcast use. Learning, Media and Technology, 34 (3), pp. 215-228.

Gakhall, Baldeesh and Senior, Carl Examining the influence of fame in the presence of beauty:an electrodermal 'neuromarketing' study. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 7 (4-5), pp. 331-341.

Senior, Carl; Moores, Elisabeth and Burgess, Adrian P. "I can't get no satisfaction":measuring student satisfaction in the age of a consumerist higher education. Frontiers in Psychology, 8 ,

Senior, Carl Innovation in education. Commentary:teaching statistics using dance and movement and a case for neuroscience in mathematics education. Frontiers in Psychology, 7 ,

Senior, Carl and Howard, Chris Learning in friendship groups:developing students’ conceptual understanding through social interaction. Frontiers in Psychology, 5 ,

Senior, Rowena and Senior, Carl Learning to teach more reflectively. Psychologist, 28 (8), pp. 606-615.

Senior, Carl; Smyth, Hannah; Cooke, Richard; Shaw, Rachel L. and Peel, Elizabeth A. Mapping the mind for the modern market researcher. Qualitative Market Research, 10 (2), pp. 153-167.

Senior, Carl; Lee, Nick and Butler, Michael Organizational cognitive neuroscience. Organization Science, 22 (3), pp. 804-815.

Surguladze, Simon A.; Young, Andrew W.; Senior, Carl; Brébion, Gildas; Travis, Michael J. and Phillips, Mary L. Recognition accuracy and response bias to happy and sad facial expressions in patients with major depression. Neuropsychology, 18 (2), pp. 212-218.

Tissington, Patrick and Senior, Carl Research activity and the new pedagogy:why carrying out research is essential for effective learning. Frontiers in Psychology, 8 (Oct),

Senior, Carl; Lee, Nick and Braeutigam, Sven Society, organizations and the brain:building toward a unified cognitive neuroscience perspective. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9 ,

Lee, Nick; Brandes, Leif; Chamberlain, Laura and Senior, Carl This is your brain on neuromarketing:reflections on a decade of research. Journal of Marketing Management, in pre ,

Telle, Nils-Torge; Senior, Carl and Butler, Michael Trait emotional intelligence facilitates responses to a social gambling task. Personality and Individual Differences, 50 (4), pp. 523-526.

Towl, Michael and Senior, Carl Undergraduate research training and graduate recruitment. Education and Training, 52 (4), pp. 292-303.

Tissington, Patrick and Senior, Carl Use of social media to enable medical teams to work virtually (and better). The Lancet, 381 (9876), e11.

Tannahill, Nick; Tissington, Patrick and Senior, Carl Video games and higher education:what can "Call of duty" teach our students? Frontiers in Educational Psychology, 3 (June),

Senior, Carl; Reddy, Peter and Woods, Jon Virtual pedagogy. Psychologist, 20 (7), p. 439.

Stephan-Otto, Christian; Siddi, Sara; Senior, Carl; Muñoz-Samons, Daniel; Ochoa, Susana; Sánchez-Laforga, Ana María and Brébion, Gildas Visual imagery and false memory for pictures:a functional magnetic resonance imaging study in healthy participants. PLoS ONE, 12 (1),

Lee, Nick; Butler, Michael J.R. and Senior, Carl The brain in business:the case for organizational cognitive neuroscience? Nature Precedings, online ,

Senior, Carl; Howard, Christopher and Senior, Rowena The future and the female academic leader:advancing student engagement. Frontiers in Psychology, 5 (April),

Longe, Olivia A.; Senior, Carl and Rippon, Gina The lateral and ventromedial prefrontal cortex work as a dynamic integrated system:evidence from FMRI connectivity analysis. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21 (1), pp. 141-154.

Senior, Carl; Lee, Nick and Butler, Michael The neuroethics of the social world of work. American Journal of Bioethics, 8 (1), pp. 54-55.

Senior, Carl and Lee, Nick The state of the art in organizational cognitive neuroscience:the therapeutic gap and possible implications for clinical practice. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7 ,

Senior, Carl; Reddy, Peter and Wood, J. The virtual pedagogy initiative. HEA Psychology Network Newsletter, 40 , p. 6.

Book Section

Reddy, Peter; Butler, Michael JR; Senior, Carl and Wood, Jon (2013). Virtual pedagogy initiative revisited. IN: Good practice guide in learning and teaching. Green, Julie and Higson, Helen (eds) Good practice guide in learning and teaching . Aston University.

O'Broin, Holly L.R.; Butler, Michael J.R.; Lee, Nick and Senior, Carl (2013). Selection & development of short-term project team members:developmental stability as an indicator of interpersonal skills. IN: ESRC research capacity building clusters. Clegg, Ben; Scully, Judith and Bryson, John (eds) Birmingham (UK): Aston University.

Towl, Michael and Senior, Carl (2010). Undergraduate research training and employability. IN: Good practice guide in learning and teaching. Green, Julie and Higson, Helen (eds) Aston University.

Senior, Carl; Butler, Michael J.R.; Wood, J. and Reddy, Peter A. (2009). The virtual pedagogy initiative. IN: Good practice guide in learning and teaching. Green, Julie and Higson, Helen (eds) Good practice guide in learning and teaching . Birmingham (UK): Aston University.

Senior, Carl; Russell, Tamara and Gazzaniga, Michael S. (2006). Cognitive neuroscience: the evolution of a discipline. IN: Methods in mind. Senior, Carl; Russell, Tamara and Gazzaniga, Michael S. (eds) Cognitive neuroscience . Cambridge, MA (US): MIT.

Butler, Michael J.R.; Badger, J.R.; Thomson, K.V.G. and Senior, Carl (2006). The influence of age and trait attributions on recruitment selection. IN: Proceedings of the British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience. British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience.

Senior, Carl and Yeats, Rowena Developmental stability, fluctuating asymmetry and leadership. IN: Advances in Psychology Research. Columbus, Alexandra M. (ed.) Advances in Psychology Research . Nova Biomedical Press.

Senior, Carl; Thomson, Karly; Badger, Julia and Butler, Michael J.R. Interviewing strategies in the face of beauty:a psychophysiological investigation into the job negotiation process. IN: The social cognitive neuroscience of corporate thinking. Senior, Carl and Butler, Michael J. (eds) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences . Oxford (UK): Blackwell.

Butler, Michael J.R. and Senior, Carl Research possibilities for organisational cognitive neuroscience. IN: The social cognitive neuroscience of corporate thinking. Senior, Carl and Butler, Michael J. (eds) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences . Oxford (UK): Blackwell.

Senior, Carl Supervisor's view : Dr Carl Senior:the joy of stats. IN: Doing Business Research. Lee, Nick J. and Lings, Ian N. (eds) SAGE.

Butler, Michael and Senior, Carl Toward an organizational cognitive neuroscience. IN: Social cognitive neuroscience of organisations. Butler, Michael and Senior, Carl (eds) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences . Boston (US): Blackwell.

Butler, Michael J.R.; Badger, J.R.; Thomson, K.V.G. and Senior, Carl The influence of attractiveness and gender in job negotiations. IN: Proceedings of the British Psychological Society. British Psychological Society.

Monograph

Butler, Michael J.R.; Lau, Ann and Senior, Carl Interpersonal attraction and decision making: A review for a research Agenda. Working Paper. Aston University, Birmingham (UK).

Lee, Nick J. and Senior, Carl Neuromarketing research. Working Paper. Aston University.

Conference or Workshop Item

Saad, Gad; Stanton, Angela A.; Lee, Nick; Senior, Carl and Butler, Michael J. (2008). Evolutionary neurobusiness. IN: 2008 NeuroPsychoEconomics Conference. 2008-10-09 - 2008-10-10.

Senior, Carl and Lee, Nick Dopamine, empathy and the neurobiology of leadership. IN: Annual British Psychological Society Conference 2009. 2009-04-01 - 2009-04-03. (Unpublished)

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