Steven M. Thurman

Cognitive Sciences University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Vision, Motion
"Steven Thurman"
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Emily D. Grossman grad student 2006-2011 UC Irvine
 (Behavioral and computational analysis of human biological motion perception.)
Hongjing Lu post-doc 2011-2013 UCLA
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Garcia JO, Ashourvan A, Thurman SM, et al. (2020) Reconfigurations within resonating communities of brain regions following TMS reveal different scales of processing. Network Neuroscience (Cambridge, Mass.). 4: 611-636
Cohen Hoffing RA, Lauharatanahirun N, Forster DE, et al. (2020) Dissociable mappings of tonic and phasic pupillary features onto cognitive processes involved in mental arithmetic. Plos One. 15: e0230517
Thurman SM, Wasylyshyn N, Roy H, et al. (2018) Individual differences in compliance and agreement for sleep logs and wrist actigraphy: A longitudinal study of naturalistic sleep in healthy adults. Plos One. 13: e0191883
Thurman SM, van Boxtel JJ, Monti MM, et al. (2016) Neural adaptation in pSTS correlates with perceptual aftereffects to biological motion and with autistic traits. Neuroimage
Thurman SM, Lu H. (2016) A comparison of form processing involved in the perception of biological and nonbiological movements. Journal of Vision. 16: 1
Venezia JH, Thurman SM, Matchin W, et al. (2015) Timing in audiovisual speech perception: A mini review and new psychophysical data. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Thurman SM, Lu H. (2015) Revisiting the importance of common body motion in human action perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Thurman SM, Lu H. (2014) Perception of social interactions for spatially scrambled biological motion. Plos One. 9: e112539
Thurman SM, Lu H. (2014) Bayesian integration of position and orientation cues in perception of biological and non-biological forms. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 91
Thurman SM, Lu H. (2013) Physical and biological constraints govern perceived animacy of scrambled human forms. Psychological Science. 24: 1133-41
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