Robert M. McPeek

Affiliations: 
Biological Sciences SUNY Optometry, New York, NY, United States 
Website:
http://poseidon.sunyopt.edu/mcpeek/McPeek_Lab/Home.html
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Peter H. Schiller research assistant 1990-1991 MIT
 (Actually, undergraduate honors thesis advisor.)
Ken Nakayama grad student 1992-1997 Harvard
Edward L. Keller post-doc 1997-2002 Smith Kettlewell
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Cooper B, McPeek RM. (2021) Role of the Superior Colliculus in Guiding Movements Not Made by the Eyes. Annual Review of Vision Science
Nanjappa R, McPeek RM. (2021) Microsaccades and attention in a high-acuity visual alignment task. Journal of Vision. 21: 6
Azadi R, Zhu EY, McPeek RM. (2021) Modulation of Saccade Trajectories During Sequential Saccades. Journal of Neurophysiology
Nanjappa RK, McPeek RM. (2019) Inhibitory tagging of previously-foveated locations in the superior colliculus during visual search Journal of Vision. 19: 133
Nanjappa R, McPeek R. (2017) Microsaccades while aiming are not just limited by gaze relocation demands. Journal of Vision. 17: 886
Azadi R, McPeek R. (2017) Saccadic curvature is gradually modulated by the direction and amplitude of other saccades in a sequence Journal of Vision. 17: 1277
Willeford K, McPeek R. (2017) Variation of primary target contrast supports independence between race components in a search-step task Journal of Vision. 17: 1132
Khan AZ, Munoz DP, Takahashi N, et al. (2016) Effects of a pretarget distractor on saccade reaction times across space and time in monkeys and humans. Journal of Vision. 16: 5
Willeford K, Azadi R, McPeek R. (2016) Curvature is a Characteristic of Saccades in Planned Sequences Journal of Vision. 16: 852
Nanjappa R, Azadi R, McPeek R. (2016) Contextual saccade adaptation as a tool to investigate sequential saccades. Journal of Vision. 16: 848
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