Katherine J. Mimnaugh
Katherine J. Mimnaugh
PhD Researcher in Virtual Reality and Robotics, University of Oulu
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Executive function deficits in daily life prospectively predict increases in depressive symptoms
AM Letkiewicz, GA Miller, LD Crocker, SL Warren, ZP Infantolino, ...
Cognitive Therapy and Research 38 (6), 612-620, 2014
412014
Electrophysiological evidence of the time course of attentional bias in non-patients reporting symptoms of depression with and without co-occurring anxiety
SM Sass, W Heller, JE Fisher, RL Silton, JL Stewart, LD Crocker, ...
Frontiers in psychology 5, 301, 2014
202014
Can Simulated Nature Support Mental Health? Comparing Short, Single-Doses of 360-Degree Nature Videos in Virtual Reality With the Outdoors
MHEM Browning, KJ Mimnaugh, CJ van Riper, HK Laurent, SM LaValle
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2019
22019
Human Perception-Optimized Planning for Comfortable VR-Based Telepresence
I Becerra, M Suomalainen, E Lozano, KJ Mimnaugh, R Murrieta-Cid, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2002.10696, 2020
2020
The Plausibility Paradox In Small-Scale Virtual Environments
M Pouke, KJ Mimnaugh, T Ojala, SM LaValle
arXiv preprint arXiv:1912.01947, 2019
2019
The Plausibility Paradox For Scaled-Down Users In Virtual Environments
M Pouke, KJ Mimnaugh, T Ojala, SM LaValle
arXiv, arXiv: 1912.01947, 2019
2019
Talker-specific predictions during language processing
R Ryskin, S Ng, K Mimnaugh, S Brown-Schmidt, KD Federmeier
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 1-16, 2019
2019
Can Simulated Nature Support Health? Comparing Short, Single-Doses Of 360-Degree Nature Videos in Virtual Reality with the Outdoors
HK Laurent, SM LaValle, KJ Mimnaugh, MHEM Browning
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 2667, 2019
2019
Investigating how mindfulness promotes the restorative effects of nature exposure in virtual reality
KJ Mimnaugh
2018
CHILD ABUSE AND ALTERED PROCESSING OF NEGATIVE STIMULI IN ADULTHOOD
AM Letkiewicz, RL Silton, KJ Mimnaugh, W Heller, GA Miller, SM Sass
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 52, S48-S48, 2015
2015
Rumination Mediates A Relationship Between Executive Dysfunction And Increases In Depressive Symptoms Over Time
AM Letkiewicz, W Heller, LD Crocker, KJ Mimnaugh, SL Warren, ...
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