Turner, B.O., Kingstone, A., Risko, E.F., Santander, T., Li, J., & Miller, M.B. (2020) Recording brain activity can function as an implied social presence and alter neural connectivity. Cognitive Neuroscience (11), 16-23. [PDF]


Miller, M.B. & Kantner, J. (2019) Not all people are cut out for strategic criterion shifting. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 1-7. [PDF]

Turner, B.O., Santander, T., Paul, E.J., Barbey, A.K., & Miller, M.B. (2019) Reply to: fMRI replicability depends upon sufficient individual-level data. Communications Biology, 1-3. [PDF]


Burte, H., Turner, B.O., Miller, M.B., & Hegarty, M. (2018) The neural basis of individual differences in directional sense. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (12), 1-20. [PDF]

Layher, E., Santander, T., Volz, L.J., & Miller, M.B. (2018) Failure to affect decision criteria during recognition memory with continuous theta burst stimulation. Frontiers in Neuroscience 12(705), 1-14. [PDF]

Huskey, R., Craighead, B., Miller, M.B., & Weber, R. (2018) Does intrinsic reward motivate cognitive control? a naturalistic-fMRI study based on the synchronization theory of flow. Cognitive, Affective, &, Behavioral Neuroscience (18), 902-924. [PDF]

Turner, B.O., Paul, E.J., Miller, M.B., & Barbey, A.K. (2018) Small sample sizes reduce the replicability of task-based fMRI studies. Communications Biology, 1-10. [PDF]

Becker, C.O., Pequito, S., Pappas, G.J., Miller, M.B., Grafton, S.T., Bassett, D.S. & Preciado, V.M. (2018) Spectral mapping of brain functional connectivity from diffusion imaging. Scientific Reports, 1-14. [PDF]

Volz, L.J., Hillyard, S.A., Miller, M.B., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2018) Unifying control over the body: consciousness and cross-cueing in split-brain patients. Brain 141, 1-3. [PDF]

Frithsen, A., Kantner, J., Lopez, B.A., & Miller, M.B. (2018) Cross-task and cross-manipulation stability in shifting the decision criterion. Memory 26(5), 1-11. [PDF]


Steckler, C.M., Hamlin, K., Miller, M.B., King, D., & Kingstone, A. (2017) Moral judgment by the disconnected left and right hemispheres: a split-brain investigation. Royal Society Open Science 4, 1-6. [PDF]

King, D.R., & Miller, M.B. (2017) Influence of response bias and internal/external source on lateral posterior parietal successful retrieval activity. Cortex 91, 126-141. [PDF]

Schlesinger, K.J., Turner, B.O., Grafton, S.T., Miller, M.B., & Carlson, J.M. (2017) Improving resolution of dynamic communities in human brain networks through targeted node removal. PLOS ONE, 1-28. [PDF]

Schlesinger, K.J., Turner, B.O., Lopez, B.A., Miller, M.B., & Carlson, J.M. (2017) Age-dependent changes in task-based modular organization. NeuroImage 146, 741-762. [PDF]

Colvin, M.K., Marinsek, N., Miller, M.B., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2017) Split-brain cases. The Blackwell Companion to Consciousness 2nd edition, 634-647.


Davison, E.N., Turner, B.O., Schlesinger, K.J., Miller, M.B., Grafton, S.T., Bassett, D.S., & Carlson, J.M. (2016) Individual Differences in Dynamic Functional Brain Connectivity across the Human Lifespan. PLOS Computational Biology, 1-29. [PDF]

Telesford, Q.K., Lynall, M.E., Vettel, J., Miller, M.B., Grafton, S.T., & Bassett, D.S. (2016) Detection of functional brain network reconfiguration during task-driven cognitive states. NeuroImage 142, 198-210. [PDF]

Marinsek, N., & Gazzaniga, M. (2016). A Split-Brain Perspective on Illusionism. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 23(11-12), 149-159. [PDF]

Marinsek, N., Gazzaniga, M.S., & Miller, M.B. (2016) Split-brains, split mind. The Neurology of Consciousness 2nd edition, 271-279.


Kantner, J., Vettel, J.M., & Miller, M.B. (2015) Dubious decision evidence and criterion flexibility in recognition memory. Frontiers in Psychology, 1-18. [PDF]

Gu, S., Pasqualetti, F., Cieslak, M., Telesford, Q.K., Yu, A.B., Kahn, A.E., Medaglia, J.D., Vettel, J.M., Miller, M.B., Grafton S.T., & Bassett, D.S. (2015) Controllability of structural brain networks . Nature Communications, 1-10. [PDF]

Turner, B.O., Marinsek, N., Ryhal, E., & Miller, M.B. (2015) Hemispheric lateralization in reasoning. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 47-64. [PDF]

King, D.R., Schubert, M.L., & Miller, M.B. (2015) Lateral posterior parietal activity during reality monitoring discriminations of memories of high and low perceptual vividness. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience 15, 662-679. [PDF]

Turner, B.O., Lopez, B., Santander, T., & Miller, M.B. (2015) One dataset, many conclusions: BOLD variability’s complicated relationship with age and motion artifacts. Brain Imaging and Behavior 9, 1-13. [PDF]

Aminoff, E.M., Freeman, S., Clewett, D., Tipper, C., Frithsen, A., Johnson, A., Grafton, S.T., & Miller, M.B. (2015) Maintaining a cautious state of mind during a recognition test: a large-scale fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 67, 132-147. [PDF]

Davison, E.N., Schlesinger, K.J., Bassett, D.S., Lynall, M-E., Miller, M.B., Grafton, S.T., & Carlson, J.M. (2015) Brain network adaptability across task states. PLOS Computational Biology. 11(1), e1004029. [PDF]


Miller, M.B., & Dobbins, I.G. (2014). Memory as decision-making. In M.S. Gazzaniga & G.R. Mangun (Eds.) The Cognitive Neurosciences V. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA; 551 – 563. [PDF]

Marinsek, N., Turner, B. O., Gazzaniga, M., & Miller, M. B. (2014). Divergent hemispheric reasoning strategies: reducing uncertainty versus resolving inconsistency. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 839. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00839 [PDF]

Frithsen, A., & Miller, M.B. (2014). The posterior parietal cortex: comparing remember/know and source memory tests of recollection and familiarity. Neuropsychologia, 61, 31 – 44. [PDF]

Freeman, S.M., Clewett, D.V., Bennett, C.M., Kiehl, K.A., Gazzaniga, M.S., & Miller, M.B. (2014). The posteromedial region of the default mode network shows attenuated task-induced deactivation in psychopathic prisoners. Neuropsychology. [PDF]

Hermundstad, A.M., Brown, K.S., Bassett, D.S., Aminoff E.M., Clewett, D., Freeman, S., Frithsen, A., Johnson, A., Tipper, C., Miller, M.B., Grafton, S.T., & Carlson, J.M. (2014). Structurally-constrained relationships between cognitive states in the human brain. PLOS Computational Biology, 10(5), e1003591. [PDF]

King, D.R., & Miller, M.B. (2014) Lateral posterior parietal activity during source memory judgments of perceived and imagined events. Neuropsychologia, 53(1), 122 – 136. [PDF]


Bennett, C. M., & Miller, M. B. (2013). Fmri reliability: Influences of task and experimental design. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 13(2). [PDF]

Turner, B. O., & Miller, M. B. (2013). Number of events and reliability in fmri. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 13(3). [PDF]

Hermundstad, A. M., Bassett, D. S., Brown, K. S., Aminoff, E. M., Clewett, D., Freeman, S., Frithsen, A., Johnson, A., Tripper, C.M., Miller, M.B., Grafton, S.T., & Carlson, J. M. (2013). Structural foundations of resting-state and task-based functional connectivity in the human brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(15). [PDF]


Aminoff, E.M., Clewett, D., Freeman, S., Frithsen, A., Tipper, C., Johnson, A., Grafton, S.T., & Miller, M.B. (2012). Individual differences in shifting decision criterion: a recognition memory study. Memory and Cognition, 40, 1016 – 1030. [PDF]

Miller, M. B., Donovan, C., Bennett, C. M., Aminoff, E. M., & Mayer, R. E. (2012). Individual differences in cognitive style and strategy predict similarities in the patterns of brain activity between individuals. Neuroimage, 59(1), 83-93. [PDF]

Bennett, C.M., Baird, A.A., Miller, M.B., & Wolford, G.L. (2012). Neural correlates of interspecies perspective taking in the post-mortem Atlantic Salmon: an argument for multiple comparisons correction. In A.D. Smith & C. Moulin (Eds.) Neuropsychology. Sage Publications Ltd., London: Vol. 5, 391 – 394. [reprint]

Bennett, C.M., & Miller, M.B. (2012) How reliable are the results from functional magnetic resonance imaging? In A.D. Smith & C. Moulin (Eds.) Neuropsychology. Sage Publications Ltd., London: Vol. 5, 395 – 429. [reprint]


Miller, M.B., Donovan, C.L., Aminoff, E.M., Bennett, C.M., & Mayer, R. (2011) Individual differences in cognitive style and strategy that account for inter-individual variability in brain activity during a memory retrieval task. Neuroimage. PMID: 21651986 [PDF]

Miller, M.B., Guerin, S.A., & Wolford, G.L. (2011). The strategic nature of false recognition in the DRM paradgim. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory & Cognition. PMID: 21767060 [PDF]

Guerin, S.A., & Miller, M.B. (2011). Parietal cortex tracks the amount of information retrieved even when it is not the basis of a memory decision. Neuroimage, 55(2), 801 - 807. PMID: 21126590 [PDF]

Miller, M.B., & Kingstone, A. (2011). Interview with Michael Gazzaniga. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1224, 1 – 9.


Bennett, C.M., & Miller, M.B. (2010) How reliable are the results from functional magnetic resonance imaging? The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience 2010, 1191, 133 - 155. PMID: 20392279 [PDF]

Miller, M.B., & Guerin, S.A. (2010). My dinner with Mike. In P.A. Reuter-Lorenz, K. Baynes, G.R. Mangun, & E. Phelps (Eds.) The Cognitive Neuroscience of Mind: A Tribute to Michael S. Gazzaniga. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA; 111 - 122.

Miller, M.B., Sinnott-Armstrong, W.A., Young, L., King, D., Paggi, A., Fabri, M., Polonara, G. & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2010). Abnormal moral reasoning in complete and partial callosotomy patients. Neuropsychologia 48(7), 2215 - 2220. PMID: 20188113 [PDF]

Bennett, C.M., Baird, A.A., Miller, M.B., & Wolford, G.L. (2010). Neural correlates of interspecies perspective taking in the post-mortem Atlantic Salmon: an argument for multiple comparisons correction. Journal of Serendipitous and Unexpected Results, 1(1), 1 - 5. [PDF]


Guerin, S.A., & Miller, M.B. (2009). Lateralization of the parietal old/new effect: an event-related fMRI study comparing recognition memory for words and faces. Neuroimage, 44(1), 232-242. PMID: 18817883 [PDF]

Miller, M.B., Donovan, C.L., Sokol-Hessner, P., German, E., Van Horn, J.D., & Wolford, G.L. (2009). Unique and persistent individual patterns of brain activity across different memory retrieval tasks. Neuroimage, 48, 625 - 635. PMID: 19540922 [PDF]

Miller, M.B. (2009). Individual differences in the engagement of the cortex during an episodic memory task. In M.S. Gazzaniga's (Ed.) The Cognitive Neurosciences IV. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA; 739 - 750.

Ortique, S., King, D., Gazzaniga, M., Miller, M.B., & Grafton, S.T. (2009). Right hemispheric dominance for understanding intentions of others: evidence from a split-brain patient. BMJ Case Reports, doi: 10.1136/bcr.07.2008.0593.

Bennett, C.M., Wolford, G.L., & Miller, M.B. (2009) The principled control of false positives in neuroimaging. Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience, 4, 417 - 422. PMID: 20042432 [PDF]


Guerin, S.A., & Miller, M.B. (2008). Semantic organization of study materials has opposite effects on recognition and recall. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15(2), 302-308.

Gazzaniga, M.S., & Miller, M.B. (2008). The left hemisphere does not miss the right hemisphere. In S. Laureys & G. Tononi (Eds.) The Neurology of Consciousness: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropathology, Elsevier Ltd., London; p. 261- 270.

Van Horn, J.D., Grafton, S.T., & Miller, M.B. (2008). Individual variability in brain activity: a nuisance or an opportunity? Brain Imaging and Behavior, 2(4), 327-334.

2005 - 2007

Miller, M.B., & Van Horn, J.D. (2007). Individual variability in brain activations associated with episodic retrieval: a role for large-scale databases. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 63(2), 205-213.

Ermer, E., Guerin, S.A., Cosmides, L., Tooby, J., & Miller, M.B. (2006). Theory of mind broad and narrow: reasoning about social exchange engages TOM areas, precautionary reasoning does not. Social Neuroscience, 1(3-4), 196-219.

Keehner, M., Miller, M.B., Guerin, S.A., Turk, D., & Hegarty, M. (2006). Neural correlates of object-based versus egocentric spatial transformations. Neuroimage, 33(1), 391-398.

Miller, M.B., Valsangkar-Smyth, M., Newman, S., Dumont, H., & Wolford, G. (2005). Brain activations associated with probability matching. Neuropsychologia, 43(11), 1598-1608.

Miller, M.B., & Valsangkar-Smyth, M. (2005). Probability matching in the right hemisphere. Brain & Cognition, 57(2), 165-167.

Miller, M.B., & Kingstone, A., (2005). Taking the high road on subcortical transfer. Brain & Cognition, 57(2), 162-164.

2002 - 2004

Woflord, G.L., Miller, M.B., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2004). Split Decisions. In M.S. Gazzaniga's (Ed.) The Cognitive Neurosciences III. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA; 1189-1201.

German, T.P., Niehaus, J.L., Roarty, M., Giesbrecht, B., & Miller, M.B. (2004). Neural correlates of detecting pretense: Automatic engagement of the intentional stance under covert conditions. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(10), 1805-1817.

Wolford, G.L., Newman, S.E., Miller, M.B., & Wig, G.S. (2004). Searching for patterns in random sequences. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58(4), 221-228.

Handy, T.C., Miller, M.B., Schott, B., Shroff, N.M., Janata, P., Van Horn, J.D., Inati, S., Grafton, S.T., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2004). Visual imagery and memory: do retrieval strategies affect what the mind's eye sees? European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 16(5), 631-652.

Wig, G., Miller, M.B., Kingstone, A., & Kelley, W. (2004). Separable routes to human memory formation: dissociating task and material contributions in prefrontal cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(1), 139-148.

Miller, M.B., Van Horn, J., Wolford, G.L., Handy, T.C., Valsangkar-Smyth, M., Inati, S., Grafton, S., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2002). Extensive individual differences in brain activations during episodic retrieval are reliable over time. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 14(8), 1200-1214.

Miller, M.B., Kingstone, A., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2002). Hemispheric encoding asymmetries are more apparent than real. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 14(5), 702-708.

1996 - 2001

Miller, M.B., Handy, T.C., Cutler, J., Inati, S., & Wolford, G.L. (2001). Brain activations associated with shifts in response criterion on a recognition test. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology: Special Issue: Cognitive Neuroscience, 55(2), 164-175.

Miller, M.B. & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2000). Recovered memory function following lateralized cortical damage. In P. Williamson, A. Siegel, D. Roberts, & M.S. Gazzaniga (Eds) Neocortical Epilepsies: Advances in Neurology, Vol. 84. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA; 15-21.

Miller, M.B. (2001). Memory and higher-order cognition. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology: Special Issue: Cognitive Neuroscience, 55(2), 152 – 153.

Gazzaniga, M.S., & Miller, M.B. (2000).Testing Tulving: the split-brain approach. In E. Tulving's (Ed.) Memory, Consciousness, and the Brain: The Tallinn Conference. Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, PA; 307-318.

Wolford, G.L., Miller, M.B., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2000). The left hemisphere's role in hypothesis formation. Journal of Neuroscience, 20:RC63; 1-6.

Henke, K., Kroll, N.A., Behniea, H., Amaral, D.G., Miller, M.B., Rafal, R., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (2000). Memory lost and regained following bilateral hippocampal damage. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 11(6), 682-697.

Miller, M.B., & Wolford, G.L. (1999). Theoretical commentary: the role of criterion shift in false memory. Psychological Review, 106(2), 398-405.

Miller, M.B. & Gazzaniga, M.S. (1998). Creating false memories for visual scenes. Neuropsychologia, 36(6), 513-520.

Miller, M.B., Fendrich R., Eliassen, J. C., Demirel, S., & Gazzaniga, M.S. (1996). Transcranial magnetic stimulation: delays in visual suppression due to luminance changes. Neuroreport, 7, 1740-1744.