Dr. Reza Habib received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Toronto in 2000 working with Dr. Endel Tulving. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Rotman Research Institute in Toronto. He joined SIUC as an assistant professor in the Fall of 2003.
Dr. Habib's research interests are in the area of brain imaging and statistical methodology, and long-term learning and memory.
Selected Recent Publications
Carlson, J.M., Reinke, K.S., LaMontagne, P.J., & Habib, R. (in press). Backward masked fearful faces enhance contralateral occipital cortical activity for visual targets within the spotlight of attention. Social Cognition and Affective Neuroscience.
Nyberg, L., Kim, A. S. N., Habib, R. Levine, B. Tulving, E. (2010). Consciousness of subjective time in the brain. PNAS Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 107, 22356-22359.
LaMontagne, P. J. & Habib, R. (2010). Stimulus-driven incidental episodic retrieval involves activation of the left posterior parietal cortex. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3317-3322.
Habib, R., & Dixon, M.R. (2010). Neurobehavioral evidence for the “near-miss” effect in pathological gamblers. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 93, 313-328.
Salami, A., Eriksson, J., Kompus, K., Habib, R., Kauppi, K., & Nyberg, L. (2010). Characterizing the neural correlates of modality-specific and modality-independent accessibility and availability signals in memory using partial least squares. Neuroimage, 52, 686-698.
Dixon, M.R., Nastally, B.L., Jackson, J.E., & Habib, R. (2009). Altering the near-miss effect in slot machine gamblers. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42, 913-918.
Carlson, J.M., Reinke, K.S., & Habib, R. (2009). A left amygdala mediated network for rapid orienting to masked fearful faces. Neuropsychologia, 47, 1386-1389.