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Department of Psychiatry Faculty

Michael Snodgrass, Ph.D.

Contact Information


Primary Programs/Services:
Molecular and Behavioral Neurosciences Institute


  • University of Michigan (Postdoctoral Fellowship)
  • Ohio University (Ph.D.--Clinical Psychology)
  • Cornell University (B.A.—Psychology)

Clinical Interest:

  • Psychodynamic approaches
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depression

Research Interest:

  • Unconscious processes
  • Consciousness
  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Signal detection theory

Academic Appointment:

  • Assistant Research Professor (UM—Dep’t of Psychiatry)

Recent or Representative Publications:

  • Snodgrass, M., Winer, E. (2009). Unconscious perception. In T. Baynes, A. Cleermans, & P. Wilken (Eds.), Oxford Companion to Consciousness: 508-512. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Snodgrass, M., & Shevrin, H. (2006). Unconscious inhibition and facilitation at the objective detection threshold: Replicable and qualitatively different unconscious perceptual effects. Cognition, 101: 43-79.
  • Snodgrass, M., Bernat, E., & Shevrin, H. (2004a). Unconscious perception: A model-based approach to method and evidence. Perception & Psychophysics, 66: 846-867.
  • Bernat, E., Shevrin, H., & Snodgrass, M. (2001). Subliminal visual oddball stimuli evoke a P300 component. Clinical Neuophysiology, 112: 159-171.