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    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 1 CURRICULUM VITAEA. BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION1. PERSONALAdam Keith AndersonAssociate ProfessorCanada Research Chair in Affective NeuroscienceDepartment of Psychology Office: (416) 946-0207University of Toronto Fax: (416) 416 978-4811100 St. George Street Home: (416) 530-5889Toronto, ON MS5 3G3 Email anderson@psych.utoronto.ca2. DEGREES1995 - 2000 Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Yale University Specialization: Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience Advisor: Elizabeth Phelps1987 - 1991 B.A., Cum Laude with special honors in concentration Vassar College Concentration: Cognitive Science3. EMPLOYMENT2009-present Associate Professor Department of Psychology University of Toronto, St George Campus2004-present Research Associate Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Centre2003-present Assistant Professor Department of Psychology University of Toronto, St George Campus2000 - 2003 Post-Doctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology Stanford University Studies of human affective neuroscience Laboratory of John D. E. Gabrieli1993 - 1995 Research Assistant Center for Developmental Neuroscience,
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 2 New York State Institute for Basic Research Studies of infant intermodal perceptual development Laboratory of David Lewkowicz1991 - 1993 Research Assistant Harvard University, Department of Psychology Studies of visual cognition Laboratory of Stephen M. Kosslyn4. HONOURS AND AWARDS- Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Young Investigator Award, 2010- American Psychological Association, Distinguished Scientific Contributions Early Career Awardin Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, 2009- Ministry of Research and Innovation, Early Career Award, 2009- Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Discovery AcceleratorSupplement, 2009- Canada Research Chair (Tier II), 2003, renewed 2008- McDonnell-Pew Trust Research Fellowship, 2000- National Research Service Award, NIH, 20005. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIESAmerican Psychological SocietyCognitive Neuroscience SocietySociety for Personality and Social PsychologySociety for NeuroscienceEditorial activity- Guest co-editor, Special section on Mindfulness training and emotion regulation. Emotion,American Psychological Association, 2010- Associate editor, Emotion, American Psychological Association, 2009-- Consulting editor, Emotion, American Psychological Association, 2005-2009- Consulting editor, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, Oxford journals, 2006-- Consulting editor, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, American PsychologicalAssociation, 2006-- Consulting editor, Psychological Science, American Psychological Society, 2006-- Consulting editor, Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychonomic Society, 2006Journal reviewerActa PsychologicaArchives of General Psychiatry
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 3Behavioral Brain ResearchBehavioral NeuroscienceBiological PsychiatryBrain, Brain TopologyCerebral cortexChild DevelopmentCognitionCognition and EmotionCognitive Affective and Behavioral NeuroscienceCurrent BiologyEmotionEmotion ReviewEpilepsiaEuropean Journal of NeuroscienceHuman Brain MappingJournal of Cognitive NeuroscienceJournal of Experimental Psychology: GeneralJournal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and PerformanceJournal of Neurology Neurosurgery & PsychiatryJournal of NeuropsychologyJournal of NeuroscienceJournal of VisionLearning & MemoryMemory & CognitionNature NeuroscienceNeuroimageNeuropsychologiaNeuroscienceNeuroscience lettersPLoS ONEProceedings of the National Academy of SciencesPsychological BulletinPsychological SciencePsychonomic Bulletin, & ReviewPsychopharmacologyQuarterly Journal of Experimental PsychologyScienceSocial Cognitive and Affective NeuroscienceTrends in Cognitive SciencesVisual CognitionVision ResearchGrant reviewAlberta Heritage Foundation for Medial ResearchCanada Foundation for Innovation (CFI)Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)Canada Research Chairs (CRC)
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 4Israeli Science Foundation (ISF)National Science Foundation (NSF)National Institutes of Health (NIH)National Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC)Research Advisory Council (Workplace Safety and Insurance Board)Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)Wellcome TrustPanelsGrant review panel member, Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR), Behavioural SciencesC, April 2009Chair, Face Perception: Adaptation, Aftereffects and Categorization, Vision Sciences Society, May2009B. ACADEMIC HISTORY6. a. RESEARCH ENDEAVOURS Psychology and neuroscience of emotions: including emotional experience and expression,the evaluation of social signals of emotion, influences of emotion on various aspects of cognition. b. RESEARCH AWARDS/GRANTS 2009 - 2012 National Science and Engineering Research Council, $120,000 CA Discovery Accelerator supplement (PI) 2010 - 2015 National Science and Engineering Research Council (PI) $225,000 CA 2009 - 2012 Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation $150,000 CA 2009 - 2010 Ontario Mental Health Foundation (co-PI) $16,000 CA 2008 - 2013 Canada Research Chairs Program (PI) $500,000 CA 2007 - 2010 National Institutes of Health (R01) (co-investigator) $730,000 US 2007 - 2010 Canadian Institutes for Health Research (co-investigator), $180,000 CA 2006 - 2009 Canadian Institutes for Health Research, (PI) $205,000 CA 2006 - 2007 Varella Research Award, Mind and Life Institute (Co-PI), $10,000 US 2004 - 2006 Connaught new faculty matching grant, U of T (PI) $30,000 US 2004 - 2009 National Science and Engineering Research Council (PI) $110,000 CA 2003 - 2008 Canada Research Chairs Program (PI) $500,000 CA 2003 Canadian Foundation for Innovation (PI) $200,000 CA 2003 Ontario Innovation Trust (PI) $200,000 CA 2001 - 2002 Olfactory Research Fund Research Fellowship (Co-PI) $30,000 US 2000 - 2003 McDonnell-Pew Fellowship (PI), $150,000, US 2000 - 2003 National Research Service Award, NIH, $135,000 US 1999 - 2000 Dissertation Fellowship, Yale University, $8000 US 1993 - 1994 Margaret Floy Washburn Fellowship, Vassar College, $2500 US 1993 - 1994 Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental $15,000 US
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 5 Disabilities (OMRDD) Award, New York StateC. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL WORK7. Refereed journals*Denotes trainee. Note: I typically assume senior author position on articles from my labAccepted or published*West, G., Anderson, A., & Pratt, J. (in press). Red diffuse light suppresses the acceleratedperception of fear. Psychological Science.*Farb, N.A., Anderson, A.K., Mayberg, H., Bean, J., McKeon D. & Segal, Z.V. (2010). Mindingone’s emotions: Mindfulness training alters the neural expression of sadness. Emotion 10(1): 25-34.Todd, R.M.* & Anderson, A.K. (2009). The neurogenetics of remembering emotions past.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(45):18881-2*Todd, R.M. & Anderson, A.K. (2009). Six degrees of separation: The amygdala regulates socialbehavior and perception. Nature Neuroscience, 12(10):1217-8.Anderson, A.K. & Segal, Z.V. Relapse and recurrence in major depressive disorder. Frontiers inneuroscience, 3(2): 273.*West, G.L., Anderson, A.K., Pratt, J. & (2009). Motivationally Significant Stimuli Show VisualPrior Entry: Direct Evidence for Attentional Capture. Journal of Experimental Psychology: HumanPerception and Performance, 35(4):1032-42.*Schmitz, T.W., De Rosa, E., Anderson, A.K. (2009). Opposing influences of affective statevalence on visual cortical encoding. Journal of Neuroscience, Jun 3;29(22):7199-207.*Chapman, H.A., *Kim, D.A., *Susskind, J.M. & Anderson, A.K. (2009). In Bad Taste: Evidencefor the Oral Origins of Moral Disgust. Science, 27:1222-1226. • Featured in Rozin, P., Haidt, J. & Fincher, K. (2009). Is moral disgust an elaboration of a food rejection system? Science, 27: 1179-1180.*Susskind, J. *Lee, D., *Cusi, A., *Feinman, R. & Grabski, W. Anderson, A.K. (2008). Expressingfear enhances sensory acquisition. Nature Neuroscience, 11(7): 843-50. • Featured in Whalen PJ, Kleck RE. (2008). The shape of faces (to come). Nature Neuroscience;11(7):739-40.*Susskind, J.M., & Anderson, A.K. (2008). Facial expression form and function. Communicativeand Integrative Biology 1(2). • A research addendum to Susskind et al Nature Neuroscience
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 6Aviezer, H., Ran, H., Ryan, J., Grady, C., *Susskind, J.M., Anderson, A., Moscovitch, M. Schlomo,B. (2008). Angry, Disgusted or Afraid? Studies on the Malleability of Facial Expression Perception.Psychological Science, 19(7):724-732.*Fujiwara, E., Levine, B., & Anderson, A.K. Intact implicit and reduced explicit memory fornegative self-related information in repressive coping (2008) Cognitive, Affective & BehavioralNeuroscience, 8(3): 254-263*Ellamil, M. *Susskind, J.M, Anderson, A.K (2008). Examinations of identity invariance in facialexpression adaptation. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 8(3):273-81.*Talmi, D., Anderson, A.K., Riggs, L., Caplan, J., Moscovitch, M. (2008) Immediate memoryconsequences of the effect of emotion on attention to pictures. Learning & Memory, 15, 172-82.Anderson, AK. Seeing and feeling emotion: The amygdala links emotional perceptions andexperience (2007). Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience, 2, 71-72.*Farb, N.A.S., Segal, Z.V., Mayberg, H., Bean, J., McKeon,, D. *Fatima, Z. & Anderson, A.K.(2007). Attending to the present: Mindfulness meditation reveals dissociable neural modes of self-reference. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 2: 313-322 • Featured in Siegel D (2007). Mindfulness training and neural integration: differentiation of distinct streams of awareness and the cultivation of well-being. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 2: 259-263.*Stoyanova, R, Pratt, J. Anderson, A.K. (2007) Inhibition of return to social signals of fear.Emotion, 7, 49-56.*Rowe G, *Hirsh JB, Anderson AK. (2007). Positive affect increases the breadth of attentionalselection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104(1):383-8.*Susskind JM, Littlewort G, Bartlett MS, Movellan J, Anderson AK. (2007). Human and computerrecognition of facial expressions of emotion. Neuropsychologia, 45(1):152-62.Anderson AK, *Yamaguchi Y, Grabski W, *Lacka D. (2006). Emotional memories are not allcreated equal: Evidence for selective memory enhancement. Learning & Memory,13(6):711-8.*Steidl S, *Mohi-uddin S, Anderson AK. (2006). Effects of emotional arousal on multiple memorysystems: Evidence from declarative and procedural learning. Learning & Memory,13(5):650-8.Anderson, A.K., *Wais, P.E., Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2006). Emotion enhances remembrance of neutralevents past. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103(5): 1599-1604. •Featured in McGaugh JL. (2006). Make mild moments memorable: add a little arousal. Trends in Cognitive Sciences;10(8):345-7.Anderson, A.K. (2005). Affective influences on the attentional dynamics supporting awareness.Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 134 (2), 258-281
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 7De Rosa, E., Desmond, J.E., Anderson, A.K., Pfefferbaum, A. & Sullivan, E.V. (2004). The humanbasal forebrain integrates the old and the new. Neuron, 41(5), 825-837.Anderson, A.K. & Sobel N. (2003). Dissociating intensity from valence as sensory inputs intoemotion. Neuron, 39(4):581-3Anderson, A.K., Christoff, K., *Panitz, D.A., & De Rosa, E., & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2003). Neuralcorrelates of the automatic processing of threat facial signals. Journal of Neuroscience, 2;23(13):5627-33. •Reprinted in Cacioppo and Berntson (2005) Key Readings in Social Psychology: Social Neuroscience edition.Anderson A.K., Christoff K., Stappen I., *Panitz D., Ghahremani D.G., Glover G., Gabrieli J.D.,Sobel N. (2003). Dissociated neural representations of intensity and valence in human olfaction.Nature Neuroscience, 6(2):196-202. •Featured in Hamann S. (2003). Nosing in on the emotional brain. Nature Neuroscience, 6(2):106-8.Anderson, A.K., & Phelps, E.A. (2002). Is the human amygdala critical for the subjectiveexperience of emotion? Evidence of intact dispositional affect in patients with lesions of theamygdala. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 14(5):709-20.Anderson, A.K., & Phelps, E.A. (2001). Lesions of the human amygdala impair enhancedperception of emotionally salient events. Nature, 411, 305-309.Olson, I.R., Chun, M.M., Anderson, A.K. (2001). Effects of phonological length on the attentionalblink for words. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 27,1116-1123.Anderson, A.K., & Phelps, E.A. (2000). Perceiving emotion: Theres more than meets the eye.Current Biology, 10, R551-R554.Anderson, A.K., Spencer, D.D., Fulbright, R.K., & Phelps, E.A. (2000) Contribution of theanteromedial temporal lobes to the evaluation of facial emotion. Neuropsychology, 14, 526-536.Anderson, A.K., & Phelps, E.A. (2000). Expression without recognition: Contributions of thehuman amygdala to emotional communication. Psychological Science, 11, 106-111.Adolphs, R; Tranel, D; Hamann, S; Young, A. W; Calder, A. J., Phelps, E. A., Anderson, A., Lee,G. P., Damasio, A. R. (1999). Recognition of facial emotion in nine individuals with bilateralamygdala damage. Neuropsychologia, 37, 1111-1117.Anderson, A.K., & Phelps, E.A. (1998). Intact recognition of vocal expressions of fear followingbilateral lesions of the amygdala. NeuroReport, 9, 3607-3613.Phelps, E.A., LaBar, K.S., Anderson, A.K., O’Connor, K.J., Fulbright, R.K., & Spencer, D.D.(1998). Specifying the contributions of the human amygdala to emotional memory: A Case Study.
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 8Neurocase, 4, 527-540.Phelps, E.A., & Anderson, A.K. (1997). Emotional memory: what does the amygdala do? CurrentBiology, 7, R311-R314.Cohen, M. S., Kosslyn, S. M., Breiter, H. C., DiGirolamo, G. J., Thompson, W. L., Anderson, A.K., Bookheimer, B. R., Rosen, B. R., & Belliveau, J. W. (1996). Changes in cortical activity duringmental rotation: a mapping study using functional MRI. Brain, 119, 89-100.Kosslyn, S. M., Anderson, A. K., Hillger, L. A. & Hamilton. S. E. (1994). Hemispheric differencesin receptive field size or attentional biases? Neuropsychology, 8, 139-147.Kosslyn, S. M, Alpert, N. M., Thompson, W. L., Chabris, C. F., Rauch, S. L., & Anderson, A. K.(1994). Identifying objects seen from different viewpoints: A PET investigation. Brain, 117,1055-10718. Chapters et alTodd, R.M & Anderson, A.K. (in prep). Emotion and attention. In E. Ochsner and S.M. Kosslyn(Eds.) Handbook of Cognitive NeuroscienceGardhouse K. & Anderson, A.K. (in prep). Multimodal investigations of the emotions. In P.Vuilleumier and J. Armony (Eds.) Handbook of Human Affective Neuroscience.Anderson, A.K. Seeing Positive: Positive Mood Enhances Visual Cortical Encoding. PsychologicalScience Agenda. July 2009*Todd, R. M. & Anderson, A. K. (in press). Through the lens of emotion: Emotionality, arousal andattention in the amygdala. In E. Balcetis and G. D. Lassiter (Eds.), The social psychology of sight.Anderson, A.K. (2009). Form and function in facial expressions of emotion. In D. Sander & K.Scherer (Eds.) Oxford Companion to the Affective Sciences. Oxford University Press.Cahill, L, & Anderson, A.K. (2009). Emotional learning in humans. In L. Squire (Editor-in-chief)The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. Elsevier.Anderson, A.K. (2009). An Overview of Human Affective Neuroscience. In R. Ingram (Ed.)International Encyclopedia of Depression. Springer.*Susskind, J.M., Hinton, G.E., Movellan, J.R., & Anderson, A.K. (2008). Generating FacialExpressions with Deep Belief Nets, in V. Kordic (Ed.) Affective Computing, Emotion Modeling,Synthesis and Recognition, ARS Publishers.Anderson, AK. Book review of Hot Thought: Mechanisms and Applications of EmotionalCognition. (2008) Canadian Psychology, 49(1):68.Anderson, A.K. (2007). Emotional memory. Idea&s, 4(1):50
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 9Anderson, AK. (2007). Feeling emotional: What’s your amygdala got to do with it? Mental Notes,Fall, 22-23.9. Submitted manuscripts*Steidl, S., *Razik, F. & Anderson, A.K. Emotion enhanced retention of cognitive skill learning.Submitted at Emotion.10. Conference abstractsSchmitz, T.W., De Rosa, E. & Anderson, A.K. The influence of physical and affective salience onvisuocortical processing. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL.October, 2009. TalkLee, D.H., Susskind, J.M., & Anderson, A.K. Effects of fear and disgust expressions on eye gazeperception. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL. October, 2009. PosterEmotion-modulated viewing of neutral faces. Riggs, L. McQuiggan, D.A. Chan, J. Pan,E.,Anderson, A.K., Ryan, J.D. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco,CA, USA. March, 2009. PosterFarb, N.A.S., Segal, Z.V., & Anderson, A.K. Letting Go of Sadness: Mindful Detachment inEmotion Regulation. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA,USA. March, 2009. PosterFarb, N.A.S., Segal, Z.V., & Anderson, A.K. (2009). Mechanisms of Change? Interoception,Suppression & Maintenance in Mindfulness. Talk given at the Integrating Clinical and NeurosciencePerspectives on Mindfulness Training in Health and Disease meeting held at the University ofToronto, Toronto, ON, Canada. TalkFarb, N.A.S., Segal, Z.V., & Anderson, A.K. (2009). Mechanisms of Mindfulness: NeuroimagingInvestigations of Mindfulness Training. Talk given at the Buddhism, Brains and Behaviour meetingof the Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence Association (CASA) at the University ofToronto, Toronto, ON, Canada. TalkChapman, H.A., Kim, D.A., Susskind, J.M. & Anderson, A.K. In bad taste: Evidence for the oralorigins of moral disgust. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, USA, February2009. PosterOrtner, Catherine N. M., Anderson, A. K., & Zelazo, Philip, D. Comparing the impact of emotionregulation strategies on attentional resources. Association for Psychological Science (San Fransisco,21st Annual Convention), April 2009.Schmitz, T.W., De Rosa, D. & Anderson, A.K. (2008) Emotional states differentially modulate the
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 10scope of the attentional ‘spotlight’ in younger and older adults. Annual Meeting of the Society forNeuroscience, Washington DC, USA, November 2008.Susskind, J.M., Hinton, G.E., & Anderson, A.K. (2008). Facial expression and identityrepresentation in deep belief neural networks. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience,Washington DC, USA, November 2008.Chapman, H., Johannes, K. & Anderson, A.K. Fear and disgust have different effects on attentionand memory. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA, April2008.Susskind, J.M., Ellamil, M., and Anderson, A.K. Emotional anti-faces: Recognition of facialexpressions and their statistical opposites. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society,San Francisco, CA, USA, April 2008.Schmitz, TW, Dixon, M, De Rosa, E, Anderson, AK. Positive and negative emotion alters thedistribution of the attentional spotlight. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, SanFrancisco, CA, USA, April 2008.Farb, N., Segal, Z., Mayberg, H., Bean, J., McKeon, D., Fatima, Z. & Anderson, A.K. MindfulnessMeditation is Associated with Altered Cortical Representations of Body State. Annual meeting of theCognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA, April 2008.Poppenk J., Talmi D., Moscovitch M., Anderson A., McIntosh R. Emotional modulation of thehippocampus: Functional connectivity analysis revelas early and late spatiotemporal networkdynamics. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA, April2008.Riggs L., McQuiggan D., Pan E., Anderson A., Ryan J. Assessment of emotion-modulatedattentional narrowing using eye movement monitoring. Annual meeting of the CognitiveNeuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA, April 2008.Farb, N., Segal, Z., Mayberg, H., Bean, J., McKeon, D., Fatima, Z. & Anderson, A.K. Distinctmodes of self-reference alter the neural response to affective challenge. Annual Meeting of theSociety for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA, November 2007.Susskind, J.M., Lee, D., Cusi, A., & Anderson, A.K. Facing danger: Opposition in facial expressionform reflects opposing sensory function. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, SanDiego, CA, USA, November 2007.N. S. Hsu, A. K. Anderson, A. P. Jha. Positive mood improves working memory. Annual Meeting ofthe Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA, November 2007.Gojmerac, C., Anderson, A., & Stuss, D. Age-related changes in emotion regulation. InternationalNeuropsychological Society, Waikoloa, HI, USA, February 2007.Attending to the present: Mindfulness meditation reveals dissociable neural modes of self-reference
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 11N.A.S. Farb, Z.V., Segal, H., Mayberg, J. Bean, D. McKeon,, Z. Fatima & A.K. Anderson. Annualmeeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY, USA, April 2007.Talmi, D., Anderson, A.K., Caplan, J. B., Riggs, L., & Moscovitch, M. Does emotion recruit top-down attention networks to enhance sensory processing? 14th Annual Meeting of the Organizationfor Human Brain Mapping, Chicago, USA, 2007Chapman, H.A., Sutrisno, M., & Anderson, A.K. A bitter pill to swallow: Origins of disgust in theoral rejection of bitter tastes. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY,USA, April 2007.Gojmerac, C., Anderson, A., Floden, P., & Stuss, D. Physiological and subjective measures ofnegative emotion regulation using a startle modulation paradigm. Annual meeting of the CognitiveNeuroscience Society, New York, NY, USA, April 2007.Susskind, J.M., Movellan, J.R., Bartlett, M.S., Littlewort, G., & Anderson, A.K. Primary andsecondary emotions: a computational analysis of facial expression structure and meaning. Annualmeeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY, USA, April 2007.Talmi, D., Anderson, A. K., Riggs, L. & Moscovitch, M. The interaction of emotion and attentionin the brain: separate and overlapping activations and their mnemonic consequences. 13th AnnualMeeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Florence, Italy, 2006Where subjective meets objective: Evidence for structural similarity and antithesis in emotionalexpression. J. Susskind, & A.K. Anderson. Annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society,San Francisco, CA, USA, April 2006De Rosa, E. & Anderson, A. K. Neural correlates of learned irrelevance. Annual Meeting of theSociety for Neuroscience, Washington DC, USA, November 2005.De Rosa, E. & Anderson, A. K. Neural correlates of learned irrelevance. Israeli Society forNeuroscience, Eilat, Israel, December 2005.Farb, N., Anderson, A.K. & Cunningham, W.A. The Physiological Response to Positive andNegative Events is Moderated by Regulatory Focus. Society for Personality and Social Psychology7th Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, CA, USA, 2005.J. Susskind, G. Littlewort, M.S. Bartlett, J. Movellan A.K. Anderson. Comparison of human andcomputer recognition of facial emotions. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society,New York, NY, USA, April 2005.N. Farb, W. Cunningham, A.K. Anderson. Physiological response to positive and negative events ispredicted by regulatory focus. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York,NY, USA, April 2005
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 12D. Ghahremani, W. Lichty, J. Chyiou, A. Anderson, and J.Gabrieli. Modality-dependent andindependent neural representations supporting word availability: evidence from word frequency andrepetition priming effects. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco,CA, USA, April 2004.D. Talmi, A. Musto, A.K. Anderson. Emotional enhances subjective vividness: A noise magnitudeestimation study. Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science. St Johns, NF, CA,June 2004.D.G. Ghahremani, J.D.E. Gabrieli, & A.K. Anderson. Repetition suppression and enhancementeffect resulting from repetition of words encoded during inattention. Annual Meeting of theOrganization for Human Brain Mapping, Budapest, Hungary, June 2004.P.E. Wais, J.D.E. Gabrieli, E. DeRosa, & A.K. Anderson. Post-encoding arousal enhancesrecollective experience. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA,October 2004.W. Lichty, J. Chyou, A. Aron, A. Anderson, D. Ghahremani, & J. Gabrieli. Neural correlates ofsubjective closeness: An fMRI study. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego,CA, USA, October 2004.D.G.Ghahremani; W.Lichty; A.K.Anderson; J.D.E.Gabrieli. A neural basis for word availability:Auditory repetition priming and word frequency effects dissociate multiple levels of representation.Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, USA, October 2004.W.Lichty; J.Chyou; A.K.Anderson; D.Ghahremani; Y.Yamaguchi; J.D.E.Gabrieli. What’s in aname: Neural correlates related to self and self-relevance. Annual Meeting of the Society forNeuroscience, New Orleans, LA, USA, October 2003A.K.Anderson; B.Evans; Y.Yamaguchi; J.D.E.Gabrieli. Emotional significance diminishes theattentional prerequisites for cortical activation: An fMRI study of linguistic processing. AnnualMeeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA, USA, October 2003R.M. Khan, B. Johnson, J.D. Mainland, M. Bensafi, E. Bremner, A.K. Anderson, N. Sobel. Linearsystems analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging in human primary olfactory cortex.Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Orlando, FL, USA, October 2002Anderson, A.K., Panitz, D.A., Ochsner, K.N., Bunge, S.A., Christoff, K., & Gabrieli, J.D.E.Examination of attentional modulation of neural responses in affective and neutral object processingdomains. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, USA, November, 2001Sobel, N, Christoff, K., Gabrieli, J.D.E., & Anderson, A.K. Olfaction coding of pleasantness andintensity in the human amygdaloid complex. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience,Washington, DC, USA, November, 2001.Sobel, N., Stappen, I., & Anderson, A. Functional imaging of the human brain: What has it taughtus and what can it teach us about olfaction? Presidential Symposium, Association for
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 13Chemoreception Sciences, Sarasota, FL, USA, April 2001.Anderson, A.K. & Phelps, E.A. Lesions of the human amygdala disrupt the affective modulation ofvisual awareness: Investigations with the attentional blink. Annual Meeting of the Society forNeuroscience, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2000.Anderson, A.K. & Phelps, E.A. Emotional modulation of the attentional blink. PsychonomicSociety Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, USA, November 1999.Anderson, A.K. & Phelps, E.A. Intact self-reported positive and negative affective states in patientswith amygdala damage. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Miami, FL, USA, October1999.Anderson, A.K. & Phelps, E.A. Measurement of positive and negative affective states in patientswith amygdala damage. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA,USA, April, 1999.Phelps, E.A., OConnor, K.J., Gatenby, J.C., Anderson, A.K., Grillon, C., Davis, M., & Gore, J.C.Activation of the human amygdala by a cognitive representation of fear: An fMRI study. AnnualMeeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA, USA, November 1998.Anderson, A.K. & Phelps, E.A. Intact recognition of vocal expressions of fear following bilateralamygdala damage. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA,April 1998.Anderson, A.K. & Phelps, E.A. Generation of facial emotion following amygdala damage. AnnualMeeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA, USA, October 1997.Anderson, A. K., LaBar, K. S., & Phelps, E. A. Facial affect processing abilities followingunilateral temporal lobectomy. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC,USA, November 1996.11. Invited presentationsPrinceton University, Department of Psychology. March 2010.Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Symposium: Beyond Recognition: What are theSocial (And Not-So-Social) Functions of Emotion Expressions? Las Vegas, NV, January 2010.Psychonomics Society. Symposium: Darwinian themes in contemporary psychology. Boston, MA,November 2009Society for Experimental and Social Psychology. Symposium: The thrifty brain: Behavioral andneural evidence that social processes co-opt basic sensory and motivational systems. Portland, ME,October 2009York University, Neuroscience Seminar Series. December, 2009.
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 14Ryerson University. Keynote lecture. Inaugarual psychology research symposium. October 2009.Mind and Life Summer Research Institute. Mindfulness meditation cultivates distinct modes of selfawareness. Garrison, NY, June 2009.Banff Annual Seminar in Cognitive Science (BASICS). Seminar in Cognition and Emotion. Formand function in facial expression of emotion. Banff, Alberta, May 2009Ohio State University, Department of Psychology. Form and function in facial expressions ofemotion. Columbus OH. April 2009.University of Guelph, Department of Animal Sciences and Welfare. Form and function in facialexpressions of emotion. Guelph, ON, CA, February 2009.Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Emotion pre-conference symposium. The emotionalbrain. Tampa, FL, USA, February 2009Society for Experimental and Social Psychology. Symposium on Mental Processes in CreativePerformance. Affect alters the breadth of attentional selection. Sacramento, CA, USA, October2008.Canadian Society for Brain, Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences. Presidential lecture on frontiers ofneuroimaging of emotion. London, ON, CA, June 2008.Sick Kids Centre for Brain & Behaviour. Cross Talks Seminar on Imaging and Emotion. Emotion-attention interactions examined with fMRI. Toronto, ON, CA, April 2008.University of British Columbia, Brain Research Centre. Emotion, attention and memory. Vancouver,BC, October 2007.Rotman Research Institute. Emotional regulation of attention. Toronto, ON, CA, November 2007.European Brain & Behavior Society. Symposium: Automatic processing of emotion: Role in highercognitive processes. Emotion, attention, and episodic memory. Trieste, Italy, September 2007.Mind and Life Summer Research Institute. Minding your Emotions: the effects of mindfulness-basedstress reduction training (MBSRT) on emotional challenge in the brain. Garrison, NY, USA, June2007. Presented by Norman Farb.Powerplant. “Auto Emotion: Autobiography, Emotion and Self Fashioning” curated exhibition.Public Lecture. The heart’s eye: Emotions, perception and memory. Toronto, ON, CA, May 2007Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusettes. Attending to mind and body: Mindfulnessmeditation reveals distinct modes of self reference. Worcester, MA, USA, March 2006University of Windsor. How does emotion enhance memory? Psychological and neural accounts.Windsor, ON, CA, March 2006
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 15Exploring the Mind: Buddhist and Scientific approaches to Mental Health and Healing. Neuralcorrelates of mindfulness. Toronto, ON, CA, October 2005.Psychonomics Society Meeting. Symposium on Emotional influences on Declarative Memory.Emotional influences on episodic memory: Psychological and Neural Accounts. Toronto, ONNovember 2005.Brock University. The hungry eye: Psychological and neural mechanisms of affective encoding. StCatherines ON, CA, November 2005.Affective Sciences emerging: Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences. Facing danger: Facial expressionform and sensory function. San Francisco, CA, USA, April 2006.Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Social cognitive neuroscience satellite conference. Social signals ofenvironmental threat: A functional analysis. New York, NY, April, 2005.University of Guelph, Department of Psychology. Emotional memories? Psychological and neuralaccounts. Guelph, ON, CA, March 2005.Harvard University, Department of Psychology. Emotional memories? Psychological and neuralaccounts. Cambridge, MA, USA, December 2004.American Psychological Society. Hot topics: Social Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium. Payattention! Neural explorations of emotion and attention. Chicago, IL, USA, May 2004.Rotman Research Institute. Pay attention! Neural correlates of emotional influences on attention.Toronto, ON, CA, May 2004Institute of Living, Olin Neuropsychiatry Center. Emotional memories? Psychological and neuralaccounts. Hartford, CT, USA, October 2004.Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Reciprocal links between emotion and cognition. San Francisco,CA, USA, April 2003.Northwestern University, Department of Psychology,. The hungry eye: Neural and psychologicalmechanisms underlying affective encoding. Chicago, IL, USA, 2003.University of Oregon, Department of Psychology. The hungry eye: Neural and psychologicalmechanisms underlying affective encoding. Eugene, OR, USA, 2003.University of Toronto, Department of Psychology. The hungry eye: Neural and psychologicalmechanisms underlying affective encoding. Toronto, ON, CA, 2003.Brown University, Department of Psychology. The hungry eye: Neural and psychologicalmechanisms underlying affective encoding. Providence, RI, USA, 2003.Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Brain and Cognitive Sciences. The hungry eye: Neural and
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 16psychological mechanisms underlying affective encoding. Cambridge, MA, USA, 2003.D. LIST OF COURSES12. a. Undergraduate courses taughtResponsible for 100% of design of each course. Please see attached syllabi for course outline andreading lists.PSY393H Cognitive NeurosciencePSY280H PerceptionPSY394H Physiology and Psychology of Emotion12. b. Graduate courses taughtPSY5130H Neuroscience of human emotionPSY5132H Current directions in human affective neuroscienceE. ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS13. a. Positions held and service on committees and organization within the University Transfer credit evaluator (2010-present) SSH&E Ethics Review Board (2007-2009) Psychology Chair Search committee (2007-2008) Cognitive Search Committee (2007-08) Graduate committee (2003-2006, 07-present) MRI scanner committee (2003-2006) CRC I search committee (2005-2006) UTM (human communication) search committee (2005-2006) AIF writing committee (2004-2005) CRC II search committee (2004-2005) Centre for Cognition and Biological Timing organization committee (2004-2005) CAMH imaging research scientist search committee (2004-2005) Co-organizer, first annual prospective graduate student weekend (2003-2004) Departmental plan writing committee (2003-2004) Dissertation committees Hana Burianova Advisor: Cheryl Grady, Rotman Research Institute (RRI) Christina Gojmerac Advisor: Don Stuss, RRI
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 17 Talar Misakyan Advisor: Maureen Dennis, Hospital for Sick Children Catherine Ortner Advisor: Phil Zelazo, Psychology Li Qu Advisor: Phil Zelazo, Psychology Debbie Talmi Advisor: Morris Moscovitch, Psychology Charlene O’Connor Advisor: Brian Levine, RRI Michael Dodd Outside reader Advisor: J. Pratt Sarah Rubinstein Advisor: S. Rourke, St Michaels Hospital Zainab Fatima Advisor: Randy McIntosh, RRI Liz Byrne Advisor: Lynda Mainwaring, Physical Education and Health Katherine Krpan Advisor: Don Stuss, RRIF. OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATIONMedia coverage of research2004“Our brains give “special status” to emotional events” in the American Psychological Society (APS)Observer (August 2004, Vol 17, No 8).2005Neural correlates of mindfulness was featured in the University of Toronto magazine cover article“What Makes Us Happy.” Featured in University of Toronto magazine cover article “What MakesUs Happy.”2007Rowe, Hirsh & Anderson (2007) Positive affect increases the breadth of attentional selection.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104(1):383-8. •Featured in Scientific American, ABC news, ScienceNow, Agence France-Presse,Bloomberg News, Reuters, Chicago Tribune, Le Monde, Boston Globe, Pittsburgh Post Gazette,CBC, Prevention magazine, Self magazine, Shape magazine2008Susskind, Lee, Cusi, Feinman, Grabski, & Anderson (2008). Expressing fear enhances sensoryacquisition. Nature Neuroscience, 11(7): 843-50. •Featured in New York Times, Good Morning America, National Public Radio, Dr Karl,KDKA 1020, Radio UNO, 6abc, Die Presse, El mundo, ScienceNOW, Channel 4 News, GuardianUK, LA Times, Live Science, Metro UK, New Scientist, Science News, Sueddeutsche Zeitung,London Telegraph, Globe and Mail, Spektrumdirekt • Exhibited in American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY • Science World,Vancouver BC • Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland OH • Frank H. McClung Museum,
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 18Knoxville, TN2009Chapman, H.A., Kim, D.A., Susskind, J.M. & Anderson, A.K. (2009). In Bad Taste: Evidence forthe Oral Origins of Moral Disgust. Science, 27:1222-1226. •Featured in Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Canada AM, CBC Radio/Quirks and Quarks,Scientific American, Discovery Channel, New Scientist, Chicago Tribune, The Australian, TheTimes of India, MSNBC, USnews.com, Wired.com, WhyFiles.com, Times Online*Schmitz, T.W., De Rosa, E., Anderson, A.K. (2009). Opposing influences of affective statevalence on visual cortical encoding. Journal of Neuroscience, Jun 3;29(22):7199-207. •Featured in Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Canada AM, CBC Radio/Quirks and Quarks,Scientific American, Discovery Channel, New Scientist, Chicago Tribune, The Australian, TheTimes of India, MSNBC, USnews.com, Wired.com, WhyFiles.com, Times OnlinePUBLIC LIAISON ACTIVITIESMedia expert commentary2004-2005Toronto1, TV commentary on fear responses during self-defence2005-2006Montreal Gazette, Dr. Phil and self-helpNOW, Neuroscience of hypnosisNOW, Laughter therapyNOW, Confessions of a cute junkie: Why we like cute imagesToronto Star, Therapy for your amygdalaToronto Sun, New Car Smell: Why do people like itCRC press bulletin: Seeing calm: Neural correlates of mindfulness mediationPrimary consultant on a proposed 5 part documentary film series: “The Mystery of Emotions”2007-08
    • Adam K. Anderson, Department of Psychology, U of T pg 19Café Scientific. Panel member on “The science of happiness”Reader’s Digest (January 2008). Contributed to article on “What Makes a Hero?”Public Lecture. Powerplant, Toronto. “Autoemotions” curated exhibition. The heart’s eye: Emotions,perception and memory.2008-9CBC Radio1. Definitely Not the Opera. “In search of happiness.” March 28, 2009NY Times. Varying Sweat Scents Are Noted by Women. Feb 17 2009National Public Radio, What Facial Expressions Are Really Saying, June 20092009-10CBC Radio, Quirks & Quarks. “Rose-Coloured Glasses” InterviewFebruary 28, 2009 CBC Radio, Quirks & Quarks - The evolution of moral disgust (Interview withHanah Chapman)OTHER INDICES OF IMPACTCarlson. N.R. Physiological Psychology. 7th edition. Reprinted figure from Anderson & Phelps,2000, Psychological ScienceGazanigga, Ivry & Mangun. 2nd edition. Cognitive Neuroscience. Full page featuring Anderson &Phelps (2001) Nature.Heuttel, Song & McCarthy’s Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Full page featuringAnderson et al (2003) Nature Neuroscience.Anderson et al (2003) Journal of Neuroscience reprinted in Cacioppo and Berntson (2005) KeyReadings in Social Psychology: Social Neuroscience edition.