Jill Grose-Fifer

Jill Grose-Fifer

Assistant Professor
Phone number: 
646.557.4578
Room number: 
10.65.12 NB

Education

1989 PhD University of Aston in Birmingham, U.K
1983 BSc University of Aston in Birmingham, U.K

Bio

Jill Grose-Fifer is a neurophysiologist who uses EEG recording to investigate sensory and cognitive function across the lifespan. She came to John Jay in 2007, after holding research appointments at Columbia University, City College, CUNY and Brooklyn College, CUNY, and adjunct teaching appointments at Barnard College and NYU. Her current research focuses primarily on adolescent brain development with a view to better understanding increased risk taking in this population. Other collaborative research projects include using  EEG to examine emotional processing and the neural correlates of psychopathy. She is also interested in pedagogical research and she is currently a member of the John Jay Learning Community Faculty. She was the recipient of the John Jay Distinguished Teaching Prize in 2009, and the John Jay Outstanding Scholarly Mentor award in 2012. Dr. Grose-Fifer also mentors and teaches in three psychology doctoral training areas at the CUNY Graduate Center: Behavior and Cognitive Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology at John Jay, and Psychology and Law.

Publications

* = student authors
Peer Review Journal Articles:

Grose-Fifer, J., Migliaccio*, R., & Zottoli*, T. (2014). Feedback processing in adolescence: An event-related potential study of age and gender differences. Developmental Neuroscience,36, 228-238. 

West*, M. L., Lawson*, V. Z., & Grose-Fifer, J. (2014). The effect of neuroscientific deception detection evidence on juror judgments in a criminal trial. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 36(2),133-144.

Hoover*, S., Zottoli*, T., & Grose-Fifer, J. (2014) ERP correlates of malingered executive dysfunction.  International Journal of Psychophysiology. 91(2),139-46.

Grose-Fifer, J., Helmer, K.A., Zottoli*, T.M. (2014). Interdisciplinary Connections and Academic Performance in Psychology–English Learning Communities. Teaching of Psychology.  41, 57-62.  

Grose-Fifer, J. Rodrigues*, A., Hoover*, S., & Zottoli*, T.M. (2013). Attentional capture by emotional faces in adolescence. Advances in Cognitive Psychology. 9, 81-91.

Zottoli*, T. M. & Grose-Fifer, J. (2012). The feedback-related negativity (FRN) in adolescents. Psychophysiology, 49, 413–420.

Grose-Fifer, J., Hoover*, S., Zottoli*, T., Rodrigues*, A. (2011). Expecting the unexpected: An N400 study of risky sentence processing in adolescents. Psychophysiology, 48, 1184–1191.

Phillips, K. P. & Grose-Fifer, J. (2011). A Performance Enhanced Interactive Learning Workshop Model as a Supplement for Organic Chemistry Instruction. Journal of College Science Teaching, 40, 90–98.

Fifer, W.P., Byrd, D.L.,  Kaku, M., Eigsti I-M., Isler, J.R., Grose-Fifer, J., Tarullo, A.R. & Balsam, P.D. (2010). Newborns learn during sleep.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107, 10320–10323.

Isler, J.R., Grose-Fifer, J.,Grieve, P.G., Housman, S., Fifer, W.P., & Stark, R.I. (2007). Frequency domain analysis of neonatal flash VEP.  Pediatric Research, 62, 581–585.

Fifer, W.P., Grieve, P.G., Grose-Fifer, J., Isler, J.R & Byrd, D. (2006) High density electroencephalogram monitoring in the neonate.  Clinics in Perinatology, 33, 679–91.

Grose-Fifer, J. & Deacon, D. (2004). Natural category priming in the right and left hemispheres.  Neuropsychologia, 42, 1948–60.

Deacon, D., Dynowska*, A., Ritter, W., & Grose-Fifer, J. (2004). Repetition and semantic priming of nonwords: Implications for theories of N400 and word recognition. Psychophysiology, 41, 60–74.

Deacon, D., Grose-Fifer, J., Yang*, C-M., Stanick*, V., Hewitt*, S., & Dynowska*, A. (2004). Evidence for a new conceptualization of semantic representation in the left and right cerebral hemispheres.  Cortex, 40, 467–478.

Deacon, D., Grose-Fifer, J., Hewitt*, S., Shelley-Tremblay*, J. & Nagata*, M. (2004). N400 priming with masked and unmasked intervening items.  Brain and Language, 89, 38–46.

Myers, M.M., Fifer, W.P., Grose-Fifer, J., Sani, R., Stark, R.I., & Schulze, K.F. (1997). A novel quantitative measure of tracé-alternant EEG activity and its association with sleep states of preterm infants. Developmental Psychobiology, 31, 167–174.

Zemon, V., Eisner, W., Gordon, J., Grose-Fifer, J., Shoup*, H., & Tenedios*, F. (1995). Contrast-dependent responses in the human visual system: childhood through adulthood.  International Journal of Neuroscience, 80, 181–201.

Grose-Fifer, J., Zemon, V., & Gordon, J. (1994). Temporal tuning and the development of lateral interactions in the human visual system. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 35, 2999 –3010.

Hainline, L., Riddell, P.M., Grose-Fifer. J & Abramov, I. (1992). Development of accommodation and convergence in infancy.  Behavioral Brain Research, 49, 33–50.

Grose, J. & Harding, G.F.A. (1990). The development of refractive error and pattern reversal VEPs in pre-term infants. Clinical Vision Sciences, 5, 375–382.

Harding, G.F.A., Grose, J., Wilton, A.Y. & Bissenden, J.G. (1989). The pattern reversal VEP in short gestation infants fed on either a taurine or taurine‑free diet.  Documenta Ophthalmologica, 73, 103–109.

Grose, J., Harding, G.F.A., Wilton, A.Y. & Bissenden, J.G. (1989). The maturation of the pattern reversal VEP and flash ERG in pre‑term infants. Clinical Vision Sciences, 4, 239–246.

Book Chapters

 Fifer, W.P, Monk, C.E., & Grose-Fifer, J. (2001). Prenatal development and risk. In: G. Bremner, & A. Fogel, (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Infant Development (pp.505–542). Blackwell, Oxford.

Grose-Fifer, J., & Thompson, C.M. (1994). Electrodiagnostic assessment in children.  In T. Buckingham, (Ed.), Visual problems in childhood (pp. 326–356).  Butterworths, London.

 

Peer-reviewed Published Conference Proceedings

 Riddell, P.M., Grose-Fifer, J. Hainline, L., & Abramov, I. (1991). Photorefractive evaluation of infant accommodation and convergence. Technical Digest on Non-Invasive Assessment of the Visual System, 1, 226–229.

Harding, G.F.A., Grose, J., Wilton, A.Y. & Bissenden, J.G. (1989). The pattern reversal VEP in short gestation infants.  In G.G. Gennser, K. Marsal, N. Svenningsen, & K. Lindstrom, (Eds.), Fetal and Neonatal Physiological Measurements III. Flenhags Tryckeri, Malmoe.

 

Peer-reviewed Published Abstracts

 Grose-Fifer, J., Yuskel-Sokmen*,O., Rodrigues*, A., Hoover*, S., & Zottoli*, T. (2010). The fear factor: Attentional capture by fearful faces in adolescence. Journal of Vision, 10, 578.

Grose-Fifer, J., Hoover*, S., Rodrigues*, A., & Zottoli*, T. (2009). Attentional capture by emotional faces in adolescence.  Journal of Vision, 9, 114.

Grose-Fifer, J., Zemon, V., & Gordon, J. (1991). The development of magno and parvo pathways in the human infant.  Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Supplement, 32, 1045.

Riddell, P.M., Grose-Fifer, J. Hainline, L., & Abramov, I. (1991). Using photorefraction to assess the development of accommodation and convergence. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Supplement, 32, 760.

Grose, J., Harding, G.F.A., Wilton A.Y., & Bissenden, J.G. (1990). A comparison of the pattern reversal response in infants elicited with (1) a TV stimulus and (2) a LED stimulus. Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology, 75, 1P.

Grose, J. & Harding, G.F.A. (1989). Refractive error and accommodation in pre‑term infants. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Supplement, 30, 310.

 

Expertise

Cognitive Neuroscience - developmental; neural correlates of psychopathy
 

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