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Prof Piers Cornelissen

Professor

Department: Psychology

HLS Piers Cornelissen Staffprofile 255Prof Piers Cornelissen holds the Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience at the Department of Psychology. He trained as a medic at St Thomas’s Hospital London. After some time in clinical practice he moved to Oxford for a DPhil and a McDonnell-Pew post-doctoral fellowship. He joined Northumbria as Chair of Cognitive Neuroscience in 2012 following periods in York and Newcastle Universities.

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  • Individual word representations dissociate from linguistic context along a cortical unimodal to heteromodal gradient, Eisenhauer, S., Gonzalez Alam, T., Cornelissen, P., Smallwood, J., Jefferies, E. Feb 2024, In: Human Brain Mapping
  • Sample characteristics for quantitative analyses in Body Image: Issues of generalisability, Pollet, T., Bovet, J., Buhaenko, R., Cornelissen, P., Tovee, M. 11 Apr 2024, In: Body Image
  • How do looking patterns, anti-fat bias, and causal weight attributions relate to adults’ judgements of child weight?, Evans, E., Tovée, M., Hancock, P., Cornelissen, P. 1 Mar 2023, In: Body Image
  • Men’s perception of current and ideal body composition and the influence of media internalisation on body judgements, Groves, V., Ridley, B., Cornelissen, P., Maalin, N., Mohamed, S., Kramer, R., McCarty, K., Tovee, M., Cornelissen, K. 2 May 2023, In: Frontiers in Psychology
  • The degree to which the cultural ideal is internalized predicts judgments of male and female physical attractiveness, Ridley, B., Cornelissen, P., Maalin, N., Mohamed, S., Kramer, R., McCarty, K., Tovee, M. 19 Oct 2022, In: Frontiers in Psychology
  • The Effect of Own Body Concerns on Judgments of Other Women’s Body Size, Cornelissen, K., Brokjøb, L., Gumančík, J., Lowdon, E., McCarty, K., Irvine, K., Tovée, M., Cornelissen, P. 6 May 2022, In: Frontiers in Psychology
  • 3D visualisation of psychometric estimates for the ideal male body, Mohamed, S., Kramer, R., Thornborrow, T., Pollet, T., Tovee, M., Cornelissen, P. 1 Sep 2021, In: Body Image
  • Beyond BMI for self-estimates of body size and shape: A new method for developing stimuli correctly calibrated for body composition, Maalin, N., Mohamed, S., Kramer, R., Cornelissen, P., Martin, D., Tovee, M. 1 Jun 2021, In: Behavior Research Methods
  • Fat talk is predicted by body dissatisfaction and social comparison with no interaction effect: Evidence from two replication studies, Pollet, T., Dawson, S., Tovée, M., Cornelissen, P., Cornelissen, K. 1 Sep 2021, In: Body Image
  • Targeting body image in eating disorders, Cornelissen, P., Tovée, M. 1 Oct 2021, In: Current Opinion in Psychology

  • Kamila Irvine Body image; representation and constraints on measurement in real and virtual worlds Start Date: 01/10/2015 End Date: 11/06/2019
  • Katri Cornelissen What Does it Mean to Have Distorted Body Image in Anorexia Nervosa? Start Date: 01/12/2012 End Date: 26/07/2016

  • Physiology PhD June 30 1992
  • Medicine MBBS August 01 1987
  • Physiology BA June 01 1984
  • Information not provided General Medical Council (GMC) 2012


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