Papers

2003

1. Chatterjee G. Indian objection to export of human tissue for research. British Medical Journal (2003), 326(7382):224

2. Sengupta M, Chatterjee G, et al. Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in the Ganga-Padma-Meghna-Brahmaputra Plain of India and Bangladesh. Archives of Environmental Health (2003), 58(11):701-2.

2005

1. Mukherjee A, Chatterjee G, et al. Are some animals more equal than others? Toxicology (2005), 208(1): 165-9.

2. Chatterjee G. Applied cognitive neuroscience – the pitfalls. Current Science (2005), 89(9),1454

3. Mitra R, Vyas A, Chatterjee G & Chattarji S. Chronic-stress induced modulation of different states of anxiety-like behavior in female rats. Neuroscience Letters (2005), 383(3): 278-83.

2006

1. Ahamed S, Chatterjee G, et al.Arsenic groundwater contamination and its health effects in the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP) in upper and middle Ganga plain, India: A severe danger. Science of the Total Environment (2006), 370(2-3): 310-22.

2. Cognitive neuroscientist’s approach to death. Ed: Makarand Paranjape (Samvad India Foundation)

2010

1. Wilmer JB, Germine L, Chabris CF, Chatterjee G, Williams M, Loken E, Nakayama K & Duchaine B. Human face recognition ability is specific and highly heritable. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2010), 107(11):5238-41.

2. Wilmer JB, Germine L, Chabris CF, Chatterjee G, Williams M, Loken E, Nakayama K & Duchaine B. Is human face recognition ability entirely genetic : Response to Thomas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2010), 107(24) E101

2011

1. Chatterjee G, Wu DA & Sheth BR. Phantom flashes caused by interactions across visual space. Journal of Vision (2011), 22; 11(2)

2012

1. Russell R, Chatterjee G & Nakayama K. Developmental prosopagnosia and super-recognition:  no special role for surface reflectance processing. Neuropsychologia (2012), 50(2): 334-40

2. Germine L, Nakayama K, Duchaine BC, Chabris CF, Chatterjee G & Wilmer JB. Is the Web as good as the lab? Comparable performance from Web and lab in cognitive/perceptual experiments. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review (2012),19(5):847-57.

3. DeGutis J, Chatterjee G & Nakayama K. Face gender recognition in developmental prosopagnosia: Evidence for holistic processing and use of configural information. Visual Cognition (2012)

4. Wilmer JB, Chatterjee G et al. Capturing specific abilities as a window into human individuality: example of face recognition. Cognitive Neuropsychology (2012) Jul;29(5-6):360-92

5. Chatterjee G. & Nakayama K. Normal facial age and gender perception in developmental prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology (2012) Jul;29(5-6):482-502

2013

1. Sinha P, Chatterjee G, Gandhi T & Kalia A. Restoring vision through “Project Prakash”: the opportunities for merging science and service. PLoS Biology (2013) Dec; 11(12):e1001741

2014

1. Kalia A, Chatterjee G et al. Development of pattern vision following early and extended blindness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2014) Feb 4;111 (5):2035-9.

2. Ganesh S, Chatterjee G et al. Results of late surgical intervention in children with early-onset bilateral cataracts. British Journal of Ophthalmology (2014) Oct; 98(10):1424-8.

3. Chatterjee G. Ophthalmology beyond Ophthalmologists and Also Including Ophthalmologists. Current Indian Eye Research (2014), 1(1): 42-43