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Frances J. Friedrich, Ph.D.

Frances J. Friedrich, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Cognition and Neural Science | CNS

Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

Office: 1006 BEHS
Phone: 801-581-5068

Research Interests

Attentional processes in word recognition, Neuropsychology of spatial attention


Ph.D., University of Kansas (Cognitive Psychology, 1980)
M.A., University of Kansas (Cognitive Psychology, 1977)
A.B., Wellesley College (1973)

Selected Publications

Cagigas, X.E , Filoteo, J.V., Stricker, J.L., Rilling, L.M. & Friedrich, F.J. (2007). Flanker Compatibility Effects in Patients with Parkinson's Disease: Impact of Target Onset Delay and Trial-by-Trial Stimulus Variation. Brain and Cognition, 63(3), 247-259.

Filoteo, J.V., Friedrich, F.J., Rilling, L.M., Davis, J.D., Stricker, J.L. & Prenovitz, M. (2003). Semantic and Cross-Case Identity Priming in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 25(4), 441-456.

Filoteo, J.V., Friedrich, F.J. & Rabbel, C. (2002) Visual perception without awareness in a patient with progressive posterior cortical atrophy: Impaired explicit but not implicit processing of global information. Journal of the International Neuropsychology Society, 8, 461-472.

Filoteo, J.V., Friedrich, F.J. & Stricker, J.L. (2001) Shifting attention to different levels within global-local stimuli: A study of normal participants and a patient with temporal-parietal lobe damage. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 18, 193-226

Friedrich, FJ, Egly, R, Rafal, RD & Beck, D. (1998). Spatial attention deficits in humans: A comparison of superior parietal and temporal-parietal junction lesions. Neuropsychology, 12(2), 193-207.

Friedrich, F.J. & Rader, S.D. (1997). Component process analysis in experimental and clinical neuropsychology. In M. Mariush & J. Moses (Eds.), Theoretical Foundations of Clinical Neuropsychology for Practitioners. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Margolin, DI, Pate, DS and Friedrich, FJ. (1996). Lexical priming by pictures and words in aging and dementia. Brain and Language, 54, 275-301.

Last Updated: 6/4/21