Kira Wegner-Clemens
cog neuro phd student
Hi! I'm a cognitive neuroscience student at George Washington University interested in multisensory attention.

Before moving to DC, I spent six years in Texas as an undergrad at Rice University and then as a research coordinator at Baylor College of Medicine.

Email: kira at gwu dot edu

Wegner-Clemens, K., Malcolm, G. L., Shomstein, S. (2022) How much is a cow like a meow? A novel database of human judgements of audiovisual semantic relatedness. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. link; preprint


Magnotti, J.F., Dzeda, K.B., Wegner-Clemens, K., Rennig, J., & Beauchamp, M.S. (2020). Weak observer-level correlation and strong stimulus-level correlation between the McGurk effect and audiovisual speech-in-noise: a causal inference explanation. Cortex. doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2020.10.002 pdf; link

Wegner-Clemens, K., Rennig, J., & Beauchamp, M.S. (2020) A relationship between Autism-Spectrum Quotient and face viewing behavior in 98 participants. PLoS ONE 15(4): e0230866. pdf; link


Wegner-Clemens K, Rennig J, Magnotti JF, Beauchamp MS. (2019) Using principal components analysis to characterize eye movement fixation patterns during face viewing. Journal of Vision, November 2019, Vol.19, 2. doi:10.1167/19.13.2 pdf; link

Rennig, J., Wegner-Clemens, K., & Beauchamp, M.S. (2019) Face Viewing Behavior Predicts Multisensory Gain During Speech Perception. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 27, 70–77(2020) pdf; link

Convento, S., Wegner-Clemens, K. A., & Yau, J. M. (2019). Reciprocal Interactions Between Audition and Touch in Flutter Frequency Perception, Multisensory Research, 32(1), 67-85. pdf; link