Peer-reviewed Publications

Kim, N. Y., Pinsk, M. A., & Kastner, S. (in press) Neural basis of biased competition in development: Sensory competition in visual cortex of school-aged children. Cerebral Cortex

Hoyos, P. M.+, Kim, N. Y.+, Cheng, D., Finkelston, A., & Kastner, S (2020) Development of spatial biases in school-aged children. Developmental Science. (+ Co-first authorship)

Kim, N. Y. & Kastner, S (2019) A biased competition theory for the developmental cognitive neuroscience of visuo-spatial attention. Current Opinion in Psychology, 29, 219-228.

Engell, A. D., Kim, N. Y., & McCarthy, G. (2018) Sensitivity to faces with typical and atypical part configurations within regions of the face-processing network: An fMRI study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 30:7, 963-972.

Kim, N. Y. & McCarthy, G. (2016). Task-relevant effects on pattern discriminability between faces and bodies in the fusiform gyrus. Social Neuroscience, 0919(January), 1-10.

Kim, N. Y., Lee, S. M., Erlendsdottir, M., & McCarthy, G. (2014). Discriminable spatial patterns of activation for faces and bodies in the fusiform gyrus. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8(August), 1–12.

Outreach Articles

Hoyos, P. M., Kim, N. Y., & Kastner, S (2019) How is magnetic resonance imaging used to learn about the brain? Frontiers for Young Minds, 7:86. Link