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A full list of publications is available at Google Scholar and MyBibliography

Preprint Publications

Kronemer, S.I., Gobo, V.E., Teves, J.B., Burk, D.C., Shahsavarani, S., Walsh, C.R., Gonzalez-Castillo, J., & Bandettini, P.A., (2024). Cross-species real time detection of trends in pupil size fluctuation. bioRxiv.

Kronemer, S.I., Holness, M., Morgan, A.T., Teves, J.B., Gonzalez-Castillo, J., Handwerker, D.A., & Bandettini, P.A. (2023). Visual imagery vividness correlates with afterimage brightness and sharpness. bioRxiv.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Original Research


Khalaf, A., Kronemer, S.I., Christison-Lagay, K., Kwon, H., Li, J., Wu, K., & Blumenfeld, H. (2023). Early neural activity changes associated with stimulus detection during visual conscious perception. Cerebral Cortex, bhac140. doi:



Kronemer, S.I., Aksen, M., Ding, J., Ryu, J.H., Xin, Q., Ding, Z., … Blumenfeld, H. (2022). Human visual consciousness involves large scale cortical and subcortical networks independent of task report and eye movement activity. Nature Communications, 13:7342. doi: [pdf]

Gusso, M.M., Christison-Lagay, K., Zuckerman, D., Chandrasekaran, G., Kronemer, S.I., Ding, J.Z., Freedman, N.C., Nohama, P., & Blumenfeld, H. (2022). More than a feeling: scalp EEG and eye correlates of tactile conscious perception. Consciousness and Cognition. doi:

Joyce, M.R., Nadkarni, P.A., Kronemer, S.I., Margron, M.J., Slapik, M.B., ... Marvel, C.L (2022). Quality of Life Changes Following the Onset of Cerebellar Ataxia: Symptoms and Concerns Self-reported by Ataxia Patients and Informants. The Cerebellum, 21, 592-605. doi: [pdf]


Kronemer, S.I., Slapik, M.B., Pietrowski, J.R., Margron, M.J., Morgan, O.P., Bakker, C.C., Rosenthal, L.S., Onyike, C.U., & Marvel, C.L. (2021). Neuropsychiatric symptoms as a reliable phenomenology of cerebellar ataxia. The Cerebellum, 20, 141-150. doi: 10.1007/s12311-020-01195-7 [pdf]


Kwon, H., Kronemer, S.I., Christison-Lagay, K.L., Khalaf, A., Li, J. Ding, J.Z., Freedman, N.C., & Blumenfeld, H. (2021). Early cortical signals in visual stimulus detection. Neuroimage, 244. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118608 [pdf]

Morgan, O.P., Slapik, M.B., Iannuzzeli, K.G., LaConte, S.M., Lisinski, J.M., Nopoulos, P.C., Cochran, A.M., Kronemer, S.I., Rosenthal, L.S., Marvel, C.L. (2021). The cerebellum and sequencing in motor and cognitive domains: Evidence from cerebellar ataxia. The Cerebellum, 20, 222-245. doi: 10.1007/s12311-020-01206-7 [pdf]


Li, J., Kronemer, S. I., Herman, W. X., Kwon, H., Ryu, J. H., Micek, C., Wu, Y., Gerrard, J., Spencer, D. D., Blumenfeld,H.  (2019).  Default mode and visual network activity in an attention task: Direct measurement with intracranial EEG.  NeuroImage, 201:116003. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.07.016 [pdf]
Marvel, C. L., Morgan, O. P., & Kronemer, S. I. (2019). How the motor system integrates with working memory. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 102, 184-194. doi: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2019.04.017 [pdf]

Herman, W. X., Smith, R. E., Kronemer, S. I., Watsky, R. E., Chen, W. C., Gober, L. M., . . . Blumenfeld, H. (2019). A Switch and Wave of Neuronal Activity in the Cerebral Cortex During the First Second of Conscious Perception. Cereb Cortex, 29(2), 461-474. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhx327 [pdf]

Slapik, M., Kronemer, S. I., Morgan, O., Bloes, R., Lieberman, S., Mandel, J., Rosenthal, L., & Marvel, C. (2019). Visuospatial Organization and Recall in Cerebellar Ataxia. The Cerebellum, pp 1-14. [pdf]


Fineberg, S. K., Leavitt, J., Stahl, D. S., Kronemer, S. I., Landry, C. D., Alexander-Bloch, A., Hunt, L. T., & Corlett, P. R., (2018). Differential valuation and learning from social and non-social cues in Borderline Personality Disorder. Bio Psychiatry. [pdf]


Kronemer, S. I., Mandel, J. A., Sacktor, N. C., & Marvel, C. L. (2017). Impairments of Motor Function While Multitasking in HIV. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11, 212. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2017.00212 [pdf]


Anderson, B.A., Kronemer, S.I., Rilee, J.J., Sacktor, N., Marvel, C.L. (2015). Reward, Attention, and HIV-related Risk in HIV+ Individuals. Neurobiology of Dis. doi: 10.1016/j.nbd.2015.10.018 [pdf]



Liao, D., Kronemer, S.I., Yau, J., Desmond, J., & Marvel, C. (2014). Motor system contributions to verbal and non-verbal working memory. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8(753). doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00753 [pdf]


Kronemer, S.I. (2012). “The Death of Expressed Personhood: A neuroscientific model to solve our greatest bioethical dilemmas.” Dialogue: Journal of International Honor Society for Philosophy, 55(1), 1-9. [pdf]


Kronemer, S.I. (2012). “The Death of Personhood and the Rise of the Expressed-Self: What neuroscience tells us about self and death.” Sapere Aude: The Wooster Journal of Philosophical Inquiry, Volume V, 1-9. [pdf]


Kronemer, S.I. (2011). "Schopenhauer’s and Nietzsche’s Quest in a Godless World and the Will to Think That Drove Them." Dialogue: Journal of International Honor Society for Philosophy, 53(2-3), 121-125. [pdf]

Science Education

Kronemer, S.I. & Yates, J. (2012). An undergraduate taught course on consciousness and mind. The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 11(1), A17-A21. [pdf]

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